Dec 11, 2016 Sports Comments Off on Digicel Regional First-Class Cricket …Rain at Providence wash out two sessions on day two
By Sean Devers
The truncated second day of the Day/Night Digicel Regional First-Class match last night at Providence between the Guyana Jaguars and the Barbados Pride was called off the wet ground condition at Tea which was scheduled
Play was stopped by rain at 18:30hrs resulting in the entire last two sessions being washed out with the visitors on 48-2. Shai Hope (20) has so reached the boundary twice while Shamar Brook is on 10 and their team still 263 runs away from the Jaguars’ 311.
Earlier, a sharp shower delayed the start of play by 90 minutes and the left-handed Anthony Alleyne, who made 88 and 186 in the second round against T&T, got going with consecutive back foot punches for cover boundaries off Raymon Reifer before slashing the left-arm pacer to gully in the fourth over with the score on 15-1.
Kraigg Braithwaite (6) attempted an out of character hook when Keon Joseph bowled short and gloved a catch to the Keeper two runs and one over later and the Bajans were in early trouble as the sun reappeared.
Shai Hope came out with a positive mind set and smashed Reifer to the cover boundary and along with Shamar Brooks carried the score to 48-2 by the extended Dinner break. Hope was on 20 and Brooks, a former West Indies U-19 Captain, unbeaten on 10.
Pride 1st inns
Kraigg Braithwaite c wkt Bramble b Joseph 6
A Alleyne c Chandrika b Reifer 8
S Hope not out 20
S Brooks not out 10
Extras (nb-4) 4
Total: (19 overs) 48
Fow: 15, 17,
Bowling: Joseph 5-1-13-1, Reifer 5-0-20-1,
Barnwell 5-1-13-0, Permaul 4-3-2-0
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