Unlucky! ... Dominant Palmer falls to injury


Unlucky! ... Dominant Palmer falls to injury

Monday, January 27, 2020

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Former St Elizabeth Technical High School (STETHS) captain Paul Palmer was sorely missed by the Jamaica Scorpions against Barbados Pride in the third round of the regional 4-day cricket championship, which ended on the weekend at Sabina Park.

The 28 year-old left-hand batsman, who has captained Jamaica at first-class and Under-19 level, missed the Barbados contest after suffering an injury to his thumb in the second-round drawn game against the Windward Islands Volcanoes.

Palmer, a native of Westmoreland, was in immaculate form in the first two rounds scoring 262 runs with a highest score of 116 not out, for an average of 87.22. File photo shows Palmer playing an extra-cover drive.

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