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A couple weeks ago; Jamaica won the Cricket West Indies T20 Blaze Tournament – big congrats to them. The defending champs, T&T finished third and Barbados finished second in what can only be described as a heart breaking and most disappointing finish to a great tournament played… up to that point. 

 

A week later, Barbados continued their fine form, picked up bonus points in every match played and this time, their unbeaten run counted for something and they became the new Super50 Champions. 

 

 

If i’m being honest though, outside of Barbados’ run up until their fifth round match, I was not at all impressed with the majority of cricket played throughout the event. It was another year of sub par team and individual performances, outside of a handful of players  and not majority WI players.

West Indies teams are known to be one of the most exciting teams in T20 cricket not just because of their flair, but also because of their unpredictability. Their long term team and player form are never real indicators of their ability to show up when it really matters, and of course, T20 cricket is a funny game – anything can happen on the day.

That being said however, if I were part of the coaching staff of the West Indies Women’s cricket team, I would be just a touch bit worried following their annual T20 tournament. Of course … that could have been said at the tournament just prior to them winning the ICC Women’s T20 two years ago as well.

But contrary to the many minds blown during last years’ ICC Women’s World Cup, anyone following women’s cricket in the two years leading up to that event, would have predicted the results of the WIW, maybe not the South Africa result, but the performances were surely on the cards. And the team selection would have cemented all predictions.

A time is coming in international women’s cricket when we must, as a region, move away from hoping that we fire on the day. In fact, I believe that that time is already upon us. Our players have to begin producing consistent performances throughout the year and especially when they come down a level, like in the T20 Blaze.

Hayley Matthews top scored at the end of the competition with 167 runs from 5 matches and the leading wicket taker was a part-timer – Chedean Nation – who is selected largely as a batswoman at the international level. It should also be noted that WI skipper, Stafanie Taylor was injured in Jamaica’s fourth round encounter with T&T and thus did not bat in that innings, while she also nursed that same injury in the following match. She managed 38, but it was a patient innings lacking her usual flair, no doubt due to that injury. 

Otherwise, no other WI player dominated in a tournament that is nowhere near the international standard they are accustomed to. Such is always the case, year after year, but as mentioned before, based on the developments around the world, this may no longer be acceptable. As we saw in the WWC last year, other countries are now reaping the rewards of having invested time and resources in developing the future of their teams.

Also noteworthy is the fact that the WI women have been engaged in two, month long camps this year in preparation for the upcoming ICC Women’s T20 World Cup. That’s two months, out of less than 6 that they were in camp. The second of those camps ended just under two weeks before the start of the T20 Blaze. It can therefore be assumed, that even if the other players were not adequately prepared, the WI players were. Yet, we did not really see any real positive result.

There were some exciting matches played, but looking at the overall team performances, much was also left to be desired.

Guyana lost two wickets chasing 50 runs against the weakest team in the tournament and the highest total of 143 came in Windward Islands match against Leeward Islands (the team that finished last and without a win).

The defending champions, T&T, were out of the competition half-way through, thanks to their late arrival to the format of cricket they were actually playing. On all accounts and comments, it seems they were preparing for the 50-over competition, up until the 4th round. Barbados lived up to their reputation of ‘only being good on paper’ yet another year (worrying considering their players make up nearly half the WIW team) and Jamaica, though champions, played very sloppy cricket in the end. Though, to their credit, drop catches, poor batting and misfielding or not, they held their nerve where Barbados could not, and such a thing is always most crucial in any final. It’s not just about how much runs you make or wickets you take.

It’s easy to look back on a tournament and sing praises and hand out congratulations without really analyzing the performances, but unless we eventually do that in a serious way, the West Indies Women will be in for some trouble moving forward.

It’s also easy to look at the performances from the perspective of individual teams, but let’s consider that if everyone doesn’t develop, then the entire region actually suffers. We need to remember that the regional tournament is where WI players are scouted and selected. In the larger scheme of things, countries are just clubs in a sense. This is the field where our international players come from, and it seems as though the field needs watering. And it gives one an indication of why the same players have been in constant rotation for years, despite mediocre performances.

The top three teams are the top three teams because they consist largely of the top players. Barbados has the most, with Deandra Dottin, Hayley Matthews, Shakera Selman, Shamilia Connell and Kycia Knight. Usually if not for an injury, Kyshona Knight is counted among them. T&T has three senior WI players in former skipper, Merissa Aguilleira, Anisa Mohammed and Britney Cooper, former WI all-rounder, Stacy-Ann King and current new comers to the team, Reniece Boyce and Felicia Walters. Jamaica has the least, with two – Stafanie Taylor and Chedean Nation.

The other regular WI players are Affy Fletcher (Windward Islands), who did not play due to injury, Akeira Peters and Quiana Joseph (Windward Islands), and Tremaine Smartt (Guyana). Shemaine Campbell who was recently dropped from the team had a fairly decent tournament with the bat and gloves. She led her team from the front in most matches.

The only solution of course is to provide each territory with more resources so that more work can be put into developing players and players can play more cricket throughout the year. This is the obvious solution, but as is always the obvious challenge, money makes this an issue.

Players also need to take more responsibility and step up when they are called, or rather put their hands up when they know their team needs them. International players should stand out, not fit in with players, many of who only play that single tournament each year. For many years, many of our international players have been seamlessly fitting in with players who do not play half the amount of cricket they do, nor at that level. 

Getting quality cricket when countries only play a single, two-week tournament each year is no easy task. Some teams only prepare a month or so before the tournament.

The current strategy doesn’t seem to be improving regional cricket. And if cricket at the regional level does not improve, then the international cricket team won’t either. And this would be all well and good, if the rest of the world were not investing heavily in their women. But it is, and the WI needs to do more to keep up. Long gone are the days when we could rely solely on talent when everyone else is merging talent with technology and proper preparation. notably, after the team’s embarrassing outing at its’ last World Cup, the CWI has endeavored to make changes to its preparation process. Hopefully this is not only because the WI are hosting the event. But rather because it has rightfully acknowledged that 1 week camps before tours and limited exposure for new players cannot work anymore. 

Either way, regardless of the challenges, a way forward must be found. Do we sit back and be complacent? Or honest and critical in order to get the job done?

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The two teams which started off the Courts Women’s T20 Grand Slam Franchise Tournament as underdogs, will meet in the playoff eliminator tonight from 7pm at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba, for a chance in the final.

LCB Contractors Central Sharks, who finished second on the points table, will meet Trident Sports Phoenix who finished third. The both teams played each other on Wednesday night, with the Sharks getting the better of Phoenix by seven wickets. Both teams got off to rough starts in the tournament, losing their first two matches. Sharks’ first match vs TECU Southern Titans was called off due to a wet outfield, and they proceeded to lose their next two matches. They rebounded however and won all three of their second round matches. Similarly, Phoenix lost their first two matches but rebounded to win their next three before going down to the Sharks on Wednesday night.

Over at the National Cricket Center (NCC), Couva, TECU Southern Titans defeated the defending champions, UDECOTT North Starblazers by 77 runs to knock them out of the competition, as they remained on 4 points and thus at the bottom of the four-team table.

At BLCA, Phoenix were inserted by Sharks skipper, Anisa Mohammed and went about building a decent total of 142 at the end of their 20 overs, despite a superb spell of bowling from Samantha Bissoon who picked up all four of the wickets to fall in the innings. However, steady, pivotal contributions from skipper Stacy Ann King (34), Rosalie Dolabaille (28) and Bajan, Kycia Knight (27) were enough to get them to what seemed like a defendable total.

In reply, Sharks started slowly, as openers Felicia Walters and Canadian Achini Perera struggled to get the ball away, but their patience paid off and despite losing Perera for 8 off 13 balls and Bissoon shortly after for 5, WI wicket-keeper batswoman, Shemaine Campbell paired up with Walters to provide the stability the Sharks desperately needed.

Walters top scored with 71, and was run out only in the final over while Campbell was 47 n.o when the winning run was struck by Akaze Thompson, with a ball to spare. The win put the Sharks on 7 points while Phoenix stayed on 6 from their three wins.

At NCC, Titans skipper, Britney Cooper smashed an unbeaten 92 to send the defending champions, Starblazers packing and out of the competition. Starblazers were the only team in a must win situation at the start of the 6th and final round and Titans ensured that their hopes of reaching the playoffs for a shot at defending their title would be no more.

Thanks to Cooper, Titans amassed a massive total of 191 for 5 at the end of their 20 overs. Cooper’s 92 came off of 59 balls, which was way out of the reach of the Lee-ann Kirby led Starblazers. Kirby herself would lead from the front, top scoring with a valiant 34, but she found no support and her side was eventually bowled out for 114 in 15.1 overs.

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Courts T20 Grand Slam Tournament Tecu Southern Titans v Udecott North Starblazers

Wednesday, July 25 2018 (19:00) at Ncc

Tecu Southern Titans Won By 77 runs

Udecott North Starblazers won toss and decided to field

 

Tecu Southern Titans

Udecott North Starblazers

191 for 5 (20.0 overs)

114 all out (15.1 overs)

1 Hour, 34 Minutes.

1 Hour, 19 Minutes.

 

Tecu Southern Titans

Batsman

Runs

Balls

Mins

4s

6s

Dots

S/r

Shenelle Lord

lbw

b L Kirby

5

4

2

1

0

2

125.00

Divya Saxena

run out (S O’neil)

18

11

21

3

0

3

163.64

Britney Cooper*+

not out

92

59

91

13

1

21

155.93

Sheneta Grimmond

b L Kirby

4

5

4

1

0

4

80.00

Deandra Dottin

lbw

b N Mclean

25

20

30

3

0

8

125.00

Shania Abdool

b K Alexander

19

16

29

2

0

7

118.75

Shakera Selman

not out

8

5

7

1

0

0

160.00

Renelle Dookie

Patrina Walcott

Kajol Dalgir

Rosemary Samaroo

Extras

2b 2lb 16w 0nb 0pen

20

Provisional Score For Innings

191

Penalties awarded following Innings

0

Total

191

for 5

 

Bowler

O

M

R

W

Wd

Nb

Dots

S/r

Econ

4s

6s

Leeann Kirby

4.0

0

24

2

1 (1)

0 (0)

11

12.50

6.00

2

0

Kirbyina Alexander

3.0

0

39

1

4 (5)

0 (0)

7

22.00

13.00

6

1

Jodian Morgan

3.0

0

34

0

1 (2)

0 (0)

7

0.00

11.33

7

0

Amanda Samaroo

3.4

0

40

0

1 (1)

0 (0)

4

0.00

10.91

4

0

Shabika Gajnabi

4.0

0

29

0

1 (1)

0 (0)

8

0.00

7.25

2

0

Natasha Mclean

2.2

0

21

1

2 (6)

0 (0)

8

16.00

9.00

3

0

    

Udecott North Starblazers

Batsman

Runs

Balls

Mins

4s

6s

Dots

S/r

Rachel Vincent

b S Selman

15

16

24

2

0

8

93.75

Shabika Gajnabi

b D Dottin

0

2

3

0

0

2

0.00

Amanda Samaroo

b D Dottin

15

12

17

2

0

5

125.00

Jerveena Pollucksingh+

lbw

b P Walcott

6

16

26

0

0

10

37.50

Leeann Kirby*

c D Dottin

b R Samaroo

34

20

32

4

0

3

170.00

Natasha Mclean

c S Abdool

b S Grimmond

19

10

24

1

1

1

190.00

Kirbyina Alexander

b R Samaroo

0

2

2

0

0

2

0.00

Selene O’neil

b R Samaroo

7

6

8

1

0

3

116.67

Jodian Morgan

c D Dottin

b S Grimmond

2

4

7

0

0

2

50.00

Felina Jack

run out (D Saxena)

1

1

5

0

0

0

100.00

Anna Marie Perera

not out

1

2

4

0

0

1

50.00

Extras

2b 3lb 9w 0nb 0pen

14

Provisional Score For Innings

114

Penalties awarded following Innings

0

Total

114

all out

 

Bowler

O

M

R

W

Wd

Nb

Dots

S/r

Econ

4s

6s

Deandra Dottin

3.0

0

16

2

2 (4)

0 (0)

13

10.00

5.33

2

0

Shakera Selman

3.0

0

25

1

1 (1)

0 (0)

5

19.00

8.33

3

0

Renelle Dookie

4.0

0

42

0

1 (1)

0 (0)

2

0.00

10.50

3

1

Patrina Walcott

2.0

0

14

1

3 (3)

0 (0)

6

15.00

7.00

1

0

Rosemary Samaroo

2.1

0

9

3

0 (0)

0 (0)

8

4.33

4.15

1

0

Sheneta Grimmond

1.0

0

3

2

0 (0)

0 (0)

3

3.00

3.00

0

0

 

Courts T20 Grand Slam Tournamnet 2018 Trident Sports Phoenix v LCB Contractors Central Sharks

Wednesday, July 25 2018 (18:43) at Brian Lara Cricket Academy

LCB Contractors Central Sharks Won By 7 wickets

LCB Contractors Central Sharks won toss and decided to field

 

Trident Sports Phoenix

LCB Contractors Central Sharks

142 for 6 (20.0 overs)

143 for 3 (19.5 overs)

1 Hour, 27 Minutes.

1 Hour, 30 Minutes.

 

Trident Sports Phoenix

Batsman

Runs

Balls

Mins

4s

6s

Dots

S/r

R Boyce+

lbw

b S Bissoon

18

25

26

3

0

16

72.00

K Knight

c L Ramdeen

b S Bissoon

27

25

25

2

1

11

108.00

R Dolabaille

run out (G Seetahal)

28

22

52

2

0

6

127.27

S King*

c F Walters

b S Bissoon

34

23

33

5

0

7

147.83

T Smartt

c G Seetahal

b S Bissoon

9

6

5

1

0

2

150.00

K Ramharack

not out

16

14

17

1

0

5

114.29

S Connell

run out (C Henry)

7

5

8

0

0

0

140.00

A Collins

not out

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.00

A Gomez

S Ragoonath

T Marquis

Extras

0b 1lb 2w 0nb 0pen

3

Provisional Score For Innings

142

Penalties awarded following Innings

0

Total

142

for 6

 

Bowler

O

M

R

W

Wd

Nb

Dots

S/r

Econ

4s

6s

A Mohammed

4.0

0

30

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

10

0.00

7.50

4

0

F Walters

4.0

0

27

0

1 (1)

0 (0)

8

0.00

6.75

2

0

K Ragoobar

4.0

0

28

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

9

0.00

7.00

2

1

L Ramdeen

3.0

0

31

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

4

0.00

10.33

4

0

S Bissoon

4.0

0

19

4

1 (1)

0 (0)

13

6.25

4.75

1

0

A Perera

1.0

0

6

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

3

0.00

6.00

1

0

 

 

LCB Contractors Central Sharks

Batsman

Runs

Balls

Mins

4s

6s

Dots

S/r

F Walters

run out (S King)

71

66

86

11

0

30

107.58

A Perera

c S Connell

b S Ragoonath

8

13

17

1

0

9

61.54

S Bissoon

b A Collins

5

5

12

1

0

3

100.00

S Campbelle+

not out

47

33

58

5

0

6

142.42

A Thompson

not out

2

2

3

0

0

0

100.00

C Henry

A Mohammed*

K Ragoobar

L Ramdeen

G Seetahal

S John

Extras

0b 1lb 9w 0nb 0pen

10

Provisional Score For Innings

143

Penalties awarded following Innings

0

Total

143

for 3

 

Bowler

O

M

R

W

Wd

Nb

Dots

S/r

Econ

4s

6s

S Ragoonath

4.0

0

23

1

2 (2)

0 (0)

11

26.00

5.75

2

0

A Collins

4.0

0

21

1

2 (3)

0 (0)

16

26.00

5.25

3

0

T Smartt

1.0

0

3

0

1 (1)

0 (0)

4

0.00

3.00

0

0

S King

4.0

0

43

0

1 (2)

0 (0)

5

0.00

10.75

7

0

K Ramharack

4.0

0

25

0

1 (1)

0 (0)

7

0.00

6.25

2

0

S Connell

2.0

0

22

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

4

0.00

11.00

4

0

A Gomez

0.5

0

5

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

1

0.00

6.00

0

0

 



  

 


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Titans Upset Phoenix, Sharks Shoot Starblazers Down

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Kycia Knight had a vital knock of 68 as Trident Sports Phoenix earned a six-wicket victory over TECU Southern Titans at the National Cricket Centre, Balmain, Couva on Tuesday night, as the Courts T20 Grand Slam Tournament continued.

In the other game on Tuesday night, LCB Contractors Central Sharks recorded a 20-run win over 2017 champs UDECOTT North Starblazers, at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, Tarouba.

Last evening, in the final set of games in the preliminary round, Southern Titans faced North Starblazers at Couva and Phoenix met Central Sharks at Couva.

The top team overall will move automatically to Saturday’s final at Tarouba, and the second and third-placed teams will face each other in an eliminator tomorrow, also at Tarouba, for a spot in the title match.

After five matches, Phoenix have a total of six points, with Southern Titans and Central Sharks on five points apiece, and North Starblazers at the bottom of the standings with four points.

In Tuesday’s contest at Couva, Phoenix, chasing a victory target of 160, reached 162 runs for four wickets in 18.5 overs.

Knight, opening the batting, struck 11 fours in her 46-ball knock. The Barbadian, who was named Player of the Match, got good support from Reniece Boyce, who made a 33-ball 34 (three fours and a six) and Rosalie Dolabaille with 20 off 19 balls.

Another Bajan, Shakera Selman, took two wickets for 36 runs for Southern Titans.

The Southern Titans, who were sent in to bat, posted 159/4 with veteran Bajan and West Indies all-rounder Deandra Dottin slamming an unbeaten 70, which was decorated with seven fours and three sixes off 36 balls.

Captain Britney Cooper made 21 and Shenelle Lord chipped in with 20. Karishma Ramharack, skipper Stacy Ann King and Allison Collins took a wicket apiece for Phoenix.

At Tarouba, Central Sharks, who were offered first strike, scored 142/7 in their allotted 20 overs.

Samanta Bissoon had a top score of 65 (57 balls, 11 fours), with other useful knocks from Chinelle Henry (31 not out off 17 balls with four fours) and Akaze Thompson (25 from 31 balls with two fours). Lee Ann Kirby was the leading wicket-taker for North Starblazers with 2/15.

Bissoon, who copped the Player of the Match award, returned figures of 3/12, and veteran national and West Indies off-spinner Anisa Mohammed got 2/22 as North Starblazers were restricted to 122/8 in reply.

Shabika Gajnabi led the way for North Starblazers with 42 (43 balls, one four and three sixes), and Kirbyina Alexander chipped in with 35 (30 balls, four fours).

 

Courts T20 Grand Slam Tournamnet 2018 Udecott North Starblazers v LCB Contractors Central Sharks

Tuesday, July 24 2018 (18:38) at Brian Lara Cricket Academy

LCB Contractors Central Sharks Won By 20 runs

Udecott North Starblazers won toss and decided to field

 

LCB Contractors Central Sharks

Udecott North Starblazers

142 for 7 (20.0 overs)

122 for 8 (20.0 overs)

1 Hour, 31 Minutes.

1 Hour, 25 Minutes.

 

LCB Contractors Central Sharks

Batsman

Runs

Balls

Mins

4s

6s

Dots

S/r

A Perera

run out (R Vincent)

0

2

1

0

0

2

0.00

F Walters

lbw

b K Alexander

0

3

6

0

0

3

0.00

S Bissoon

c K Alexander

b A Collins

65

57

76

11

0

30

114.04

S Campbelle+

lbw

b L Kirby

3

5

9

0

0

3

60.00

A Thompson

c J Morgan

b S Gajnabi

25

31

47

2

0

16

80.65

C Henry

not out

31

17

26

4

0

2

182.35

A Mohammed*

c and b

L Kirby

1

2

4

0

0

1

50.00

K Ragoobar

run out (S Gajnabi)

6

3

7

0

1

2

200.00

G Seetahal

not out

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.00

L Ramdeen

T Juman

Extras

2b 0lb 9w 0nb 0pen

11

Provisional Score For Innings

142

Penalties awarded following Innings

0

Total

142

for 7

 

Bowler

O

M

R

W

Wd

Nb

Dots

S/r

Econ

4s

6s

L Kirby

4.0

2

15

2

1 (1)

0 (0)

19

12.50

3.75

1

1

K Alexander

4.0

0

33

1

0 (0)

0 (0)

11

24.00

8.25

5

0

J Morgan

4.0

0

23

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

12

0.00

5.75

3

0

S O’neil

1.0

0

15

0

1 (5)

0 (0)

2

0.00

15.00

2

0

A Collins

2.0

0

9

1

1 (1)

0 (0)

5

13.00

4.50

0

0

H Shamsad

3.0

0

21

0

1 (2)

0 (0)

8

0.00

7.00

2

0

S Gajnabi

2.0

0

24

1

0 (0)

0 (0)

2

12.00

12.00

4

0

 

Batsman

Fall of Wicket

Partnership

Batsmen

Over

A Perera

1-0

0

A Perera (0) F Walters (0)

0.2

F Walters

2-0

0

F Walters (0) S Bissoon (0)

1.3

S Campbelle

3-7

7

S Campbelle (3) S Bissoon (4)

4.1

A Thompson

4-85

78

A Thompson (25) S Bissoon (42)

14.5

S Bissoon

5-117

32

S Bissoon (19) C Henry (13)

17.4

A Mohammed

6-121

4

A Mohammed (1) C Henry (3)

18.3

K Ragoobar

7-138

17

K Ragoobar (6) C Henry (11)

19.5

 

Udecott North Starblazers

Batsman

Runs

Balls

Mins

4s

6s

Dots

S/r

R Vincent

st S Campbelle

b A Mohammed

12

12

8

2

0

7

100.00

S Gajnabi

run out (A Mohammed)

42

43

58

1

3

21

97.67

J Morgan

b A Mohammed

0

2

1

0

0

2

0.00

N Mc Lean+

run out (K Ragoobar)

6

9

7

1

0

7

66.67

K Alexander*

b S Bissoon

35

30

48

4

0

8

116.67

L Kirby

c A Mohammed

b S Bissoon

1

2

11

0

0

1

50.00

F Jack

c and b

S Bissoon

9

8

15

1

0

3

112.50

S O’neil

not out

7

11

15

0

0

5

63.64

AM Perera

lbw

b K Ragoobar

1

3

1

0

0

2

33.33

A Collins

not out

0

0

0

0

0

0

0.00

H Shamsad

Extras

4b 2lb 3w 0nb 0pen

9

Provisional Score For Innings

122

Penalties awarded following Innings

0

Total

122

for 8

 

Bowler

O

M

R

W

Wd

Nb

Dots

S/r

Econ

4s

6s

A Mohammed

4.0

0

22

2

0 (0)

0 (0)

13

12.00

5.50

3

0

F Walters

4.0

0

12

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

16

0.00

3.00

1

0

K Ragoobar

4.0

0

19

1

0 (0)

0 (0)

10

24.00

4.75

1

0

L Ramdeen

3.0

0

26

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

8

0.00

8.67

2

2

G Seetahal

2.0

0

25

0

1 (2)

0 (0)

1

0.00

12.50

2

1

S Bissoon

3.0

0

12

3

1 (1)

0 (0)

8

6.33

4.00

0

0

 

Batsman

Fall of Wicket

Partnership

Batsmen

Over

R Vincent

1-14

14

R Vincent (12) S Gajnabi (2)

2.4

J Morgan

2-14

0

J Morgan (0) S Gajnabi (0)

2.6

N Mc Lean

3-23

9

N Mc Lean (6) S Gajnabi (3)

5.2

S Gajnabi

4-88

65

S Gajnabi (37) K Alexander (22)

14.2

K Alexander

5-102

14

K Alexander (13) L Kirby (1)

16.1

L Kirby

6-103

1

L Kirby (0) F Jack (1)

16.3

F Jack

7-117

14

F Jack (8) S O’neil (3)

18.6

D Joseph

8-122

5

D Joseph (1) S O’neil (4)

19.6

 

Match Report

 

Man of the Match:

Samanta Bissoon

 

 

 

Courts T20 Grand Slam Tournament Tecu Southern Titans v Trident Sports Phoenix

Tuesday, July 24 2018 (19:00) at Ncc

Trident Sports Phoenix Won By 6 wickets

Trident Sports Phoenix won toss and decided to field

 

Tecu Southern Titans

Trident Sports Phoenix

159 for 4 (20.0 overs)

162 for 4 (18.5 overs)

1 Hour, 29 Minutes.

1 Hour, 36 Minutes.

 

Tecu Southern Titans

Batsman

Runs

Balls

Mins

4s

6s

Dots

S/r

Shenelle Lord

c K Knight

b A Collins

20

19

17

2

1

11

105.26

Divya Saxena

b K Ramharack

19

31

57

1

0

18

61.29

Britney Cooper*+

run out (S Ragoonath)

21

15

18

2

1

6

140.00

Shania Abdool

lbw

b S King

0

3

5

0

0

3

0.00

Deandra Dottin

not out

70

36

47

7

3

8

194.44

Shakera Selman

not out

14

17

31

1

0

8

82.35

Renelle Dookie

Kajol Dalgir

Patrina Walcott

Rosemary Samaroo

Steffi Soogrim

Extras

0b 0lb 14w 1nb 0pen

15

Provisional Score For Innings

159

Penalties awarded following Innings

0

Total

159

for 4

 

Bowler

O

M

R

W

Wd

Nb

Dots

S/r

Econ

4s

6s

Shamilla Connell

4.0

0

43

0

2 (3)

1 (1)

10

0.00

10.75

4

2

Stephanie Ragoonath

4.0

0

25

0

5 (5)

0 (0)

13

0.00

6.25

2

0

Allison Collins

4.0

0

37

1

1 (5)

0 (0)

8

25.00

9.25

3

1

Stacy Ann King

4.0

0

34

1

1 (1)

0 (0)

9

25.00

8.50

3

1

Karishma Ramharack

4.0

0

20

1

0 (0)

0 (0)

13

24.00

5.00

1

1

 

Batsman

Fall of Wicket

Partnership

Batsmen

Over

Shenelle Lord

1-27

27

Shenelle Lord (20) Divya Saxena (6)

4.4

Britney Cooper

2-59

32

Britney Cooper (21) Divya Saxena (4)

8.3

Shania Abdool

3-61

2

Shania Abdool (0) Divya Saxena (2)

9.3

Divya Saxena

4-80

19

Divya Saxena (7) Deandra Dottin (11)

12.6

 

Trident Sports Phoenix

Batsman

Runs

Balls

Mins

4s

6s

Dots

S/r

Reniece Boyce

run out (K Dalgir)

34

33

46

3

1

17

103.03

Kycia Knight+

b S Selman

68

46

86

11

0

15

147.83

Rosalie Dolabaille

c D Dottin

b S Selman

20

18

26

0

0

5

111.11

Stacy Ann King*

not out

13

12

22

1

0

5

108.33

Shamilla Connell

run out (S Selman)

10

3

6

2

0

0

333.33

Tremayne Smartt

not out

4

1

2

1

0

0

400.00

Stephanie Ragoonath

Karishma Ramharack

Trisha Marquis

Alysha Gomez

Allison Collins

Extras

1b 5lb 7w 0nb 0pen

13

Provisional Score For Innings

162

Penalties awarded following Innings

0

Total

162

for 4

 

Bowler

O

M

R

W

Wd

Nb

Dots

S/r

Econ

4s

6s

Deandra Dottin

3.5

0

43

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

8

0.00

11.22

8

0

Shakera Selman

4.0

0

36

2

1 (1)

0 (0)

11

12.50

9.00

5

1

Rosemary Samaroo

4.0

0

31

0

4 (4)

0 (0)

7

0.00

7.75

2

0

Renelle Dookie

2.0

0

12

0

1 (1)

0 (0)

5

0.00

6.00

1

0

Patrina Walcott

1.0

0

2

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

5

0.00

2.00

0

0

Kajol Dalgir

1.0

0

8

0

0 (0)

0 (0)

2

0.00

8.00

1

0

Steffi Soogrim

3.0

0

24

0

1 (1)

0 (0)

4

0.00

8.00

1

0

 

Batsman

Fall of Wicket

Partnership

Batsmen

Over

Reniece Boyce

1-85

85

Reniece Boyce (34) Kycia Knight (46)

9.4

Rosalie Dolabaille

2-126

41

Rosalie Dolabaille (20) Kycia Knight (17)

15.2

Kycia Knight

3-144

18

Kycia Knight (5) Stacy Ann King (10)

17.3

Shamilla Connell

4-155

11

Shamilla Connell (10) Stacy Ann King (1)

18.1

 

Match Report

 

Man of the Match:

Kycia Knight

 

 

 

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