Barbados crash for record low
BARBADOS crashed to a record low total to hand Guyana a comprehensive innings victory on the final day of their fifth round WICB regional four-day cricket match Kensington Oval on Monday.
Resuming their second innings on for five one and needing to bat most of the day to avoid defeat, Barbados dramatically collapsed in the pre-lunch session and were dismissed for 58 to lose by an innings and 66 runs.
It was Barbados’ lowest total at this level since regional first-class competitions were sponsored in 1966.
Their previous lowest was 79 against Trinidad and Tobago in 1993 at the same venue.
Off-spinner Narsingh Deonarine, more known for his batting, grabbed a career-best seven for 26.
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