Miguel Cummins has enjoyed a fine season for Barbados.
And yesterday the medium-fast bowler put his team in a position to press for an unprecedented 21st regional first-class title.
Exploiting a grassy pitch at Kensington Oval, the tall fast bowler grabbed five wickets for 30 runs to restrict Trinidad and Tobago to a modest 110 on the opening day of the WICB Regional Four-Day final.
By stumps, Barbados had already gained first innings lead, closing the day on 144 for two.
Here, Cummins, who took 26 wickets in seven matches ahead of the final, bending his back during his five-wicket haul.