Pathetic Jamaica routed for 72 in CT20

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

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PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) -- Barbados defeated Jamaica by five wickets in the fourth game of the Caribbean Twenty20 at Queen's Park Oval here yesterday.



N Bonner st Dowrich b Benn 21

J Campbell c Brooks b C Brathwaite 13

*T Lambert lbw b C Brathwaite 7

D Hyatt c J Brathwaite b Benn 2

D Bernard c Brooks b Hinds 1

A Russell c Smith b C Brathwaite 1

+A Thomas c Smith b C Brathwaite 0

J Santokie c wkp Dowrich b Hinds 13

N Miller c Smith b Best 6

O Brown not out 0

Extras (lb3, w5) 8

TOTAL (all out; 17.3 overs) 72

Fall of wickets: 1-38 (Campbell, 4 overs), 2-40 (Bonner, 6.1), 3-42 (Hyatt, 8.1), 4-49 (Bernard, 10.3), 5-50 (Lambert, 11.1), 6-50 (Thomas, 11.3), 7-51 (Merchant, 13), 8-51 (Russell, 13.2), 9-72 (Santokie, 17), 10-72 (Miller, 17.3)

Bowling: Best 2.3-0-16-1 (w3), C Brathwaite 4-1-23-4 (w2), Benn 4-0-14-2, Smith 3-2-4-0, Hinds 4-1-12-3


*D Smith run out 2

J Brathwaite b Santokie 23

R Hinds lbw b Merchant 6

J Carter lbw b Santokie 0

S Brooks b Miller 1

+S Dowrich not out 16

K Mayers not out 17

Extras (b4, lb2, w2) 8

TOTAL (5 wkts, 11.1 overs) 73

To bat: C Brathwaite, A Nurse, S Benn, T Best

Fall of wickets: 1-18 (Smith, 2 overs), 2-30 (J Brathwaite, 3), 3-36 (Hinds, 3.3), 4-36 (Carter, 4.1), 5-40 (Brooks, 6.2)

Bowling: Santokie 3-1-14-2, Bernard 1-0-14-0 (w1), Merchant 3-0-14-1 (w1), Miller 2-0-15-1, Brown 1.1-0-5-0, Russell 1-0-5-0

Result: Barbados won by five wickets

Points: Barbados 4, Jamaica 0

Man-of-the-Match: Carlos Brathwaite

Toss: Jamaica

Umpires: Peter Nero, Joel Wilson;
TV - Leslie Reifer




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