Jamaica v Barbados: Rain forces end to day's play

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Jamaica v Barbados: Rain forces end to day's play

Friday, November 10, 2017

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Regional four-day contest between hosts Jamaica Scorpions and Barbados Pride seems headed for a draw, as rain again forced an early end to proceedings here at Sabina Park.

Only an hour and 11 minutes of play was possible and during that time, the Scorpions after winning the toss and resuming on their overnight score of 77-0, progressed to 111-2 from 32.3 overs.

They lost both overnight batsmen John Campbell (44) and Garth Garvey (39) in the first hour of play.
Guyanese Assad Fudadin on 15 and Brandon King on 5 are the batsmen set to resume batting on Saturday.

Medium-pacer Kevin Stoute has so far picked up both wickets for 39 runs.

Sherdon Cowan

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