PORT OF SPAIN – Opener Anthony Alleyne stroked his second straight half-century and fourth in first-class cricket to lead a Barbados Pride rally against Trinidad and Tobago Red Force on the opening day of their second-round game in the Regional Four-Day Championship yesterday.
The left-hander, in only his 11th first-class game and second for Barbados, carved out a solid 88 as Pride, sent in at Queen’s Park Oval, battled to the close on 214 for seven.
Kenroy Williams contributed 46 batting at number six, while opener Omar Phillips made 22.
Leg-spinner Imran Khan has been the best bowler with three for 49.
Alleyne and Phillips gave Pride a solid start, putting on 45 for the first wicket, to see them safely through the first hour. (CMC)
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