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    West Indies Domestic Cricket

    Watching the West Indians:

    Yesterday Daren Ganga scored a solid 93 before being trapped LBW by Marlon Samuels. Tishan Maraj struggled for 31 runs as the next highest Trinidadian score. Today, Denesh Ramdin is approaching a century, unbeaten on 88 at the moment.

    Trying to get score updates of the Barbados v Windwards game, but yesterday Dwayne Smith was out for 13, and today Rawl Lewis has troubled the Bajan middle order.
    Sreesanth said, "Next ball he was beaten and I said, 'is this the King Charles Lara? Who is this impostor, moving around nervously? I should have kept my mouth shut for the next ball - mind you, it was a length ball - Lara just pulled it over the church beyond the boundary! He is a true legend."

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    hows Sammy doing ?
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    Can't say for sure. It's extremely hard to get scores from West Indies regional cricket until several hours after stumps. What I can so thus far is that Ramdin struck a lovely 120odd, Gareth Breese took 5 wickets, Rawl Lewis took 6 wickets, Alcindo Holder blazed a quickfire 84, and Devon Smith got someone out.

    Marlon Samuels batted beautifully for 63 off 75 balls as he dominated the Jamaican innings, before he was surprised by a sharp short ball from Bravo and was brilliantly caught behind by a diving Ramdin. The score was 84/2 when he fell, showing how much of an impact he had.

    I heard Sammy was bowling well this morning, but I don't know what kind of payoff he got. He got smacked about a bit by Holder in the afternoon though.
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    Close of Play Day 2:

    T&T vs Jamaica

    T&T 1st 386 ao
    Denesh Ramdin 125 not out
    Daren Ganga 93
    Richard Kelly 61
    Gareth Breese 5/106
    Jerome Taylor 2/42

    Jamaica 1st 93/3
    Marlon Samuels 63
    A wicket each to Kelly, Bravo, Mohammed. Mohammed got smacked around by Samuels though.

    Barbados vs Windwards

    Barbados 1st 365 ao
    Alcindo Holder 84
    Wayne Blackman 60
    Ryan Hinds 46 - loose shot to get out
    Patrick Browne 41
    Ryan Nurse 33 - batting at number 11
    Rawl Lewis 6/105
    Darren Sammy 21.1-6-48-2

    Windwards 1st 13/0
    Devon Smith 7 not out - dropped by Hinds off Best

    The man who Devon Smith got out was Tino Best. He bowled him for 16. It was just his 2nd FC wicket.


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    Not gone into the matches till now.

    But hae to say was surprised/shocked seeing Dillon was dropped despite a good performance in the earlier match.

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    Reyad Emrit appears to be part of the future of Trinidad and Tobago cricket and Richard Kelly is potentially our version of Lance Klusener. Very exciting talent. No room for Dillon right at this moment.

    Close of Play Day 2:

    T&T vs Jamaica

    T&T 1st 386 ao
    Denesh Ramdin 125 not out
    Daren Ganga 93
    Richard Kelly 61
    Gareth Breese 5/106
    Jerome Taylor 2/42

    Jamaica 1st 193 ao
    Marlon Samuels 63
    Dave Mohammed 4/56 - didn't bowl overly well though
    Dwayne Bravo 3/35 (? - uncertain about the amount of runs, but he took 3)

    T&T 2nd 178/7
    Richard Kelly 43 not out - very exciting knock late in the day
    Tishan Maraj 26 - scratchy
    Daren Ganga 4
    Denesh Ramdin 6
    Dwayne Bravo 3 - loose shot outside offstump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    Reyad Emrit appears to be part of the future of Trinidad and Tobago cricket and Richard Kelly is potentially our version of Lance Klusener. Very exciting talent. No room for Dillon right at this moment.
    Quite amazing that a player of Dillon's callibre after this match http://ind.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2...05DEC2005.html finds himself out of the side.

    Ganga has said that Dillon will bounce back and hopefullly he will.

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    The man who Devon Smith got out was Tino Best. He bowled him for 16. It was just his 2nd FC wicket.
    What does he bowl?

    EDIT: Cricinfo says off breaks. Is he any good?
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    Alcindo Holder!

    83 in the first match, 84 here coming in with his team in trouble.


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    Score card after day 3 of T and T vs Jamaica -

    http://www.windiescricket.com/Article.asp?ID=351138

    Agressive 2nd inning batting sets them for a possible victory on the last day.

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    I can't understand why Ganga didn't enforce the follow-on though. It would've made victory even more likely. If not for Kelly, it could have backfired horribly.

    Richard Kelly looks the stuff this season. He was outstanding as a bowling allrounder in his debut efforts last year, but now he's really pushing along with the bat. A big hitting allrounder. I'd earmark him for WC 2007.

    The Windwards closed the at 180/3 in reply to Barbados' 365 all out. Devon Smith scored 55 and Craig Emmanuel got to 51 not out. Smith was dropped on 34 and Barbados dropped at least six chances.

    I haven't seen Smith's bowling, but I'd suggest that he's not very good, as he hasn't really done much to develop it. He bowls about as often as Dwayne Smith doesn't get himself out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratyush
    Alcindo Holder!

    83 in the first match, 84 here coming in with his team in trouble.

    Those are his first 2 FC innings too, so it's a bright start career-wise for the young man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Mxyzptlk
    Reyad Emrit appears to be part of the future of Trinidad and Tobago cricket and Richard Kelly is potentially our version of Lance Klusener. Very exciting talent. No room for Dillon right at this moment.

    Close of Play Day 2:

    T&T vs Jamaica

    T&T 1st 386 ao
    Denesh Ramdin 125 not out
    Daren Ganga 93
    Richard Kelly 61
    Gareth Breese 5/106
    Jerome Taylor 2/42

    Jamaica 1st 193 ao
    Marlon Samuels 63
    Dave Mohammed 4/56 - didn't bowl overly well though
    Dwayne Bravo 3/35 (? - uncertain about the amount of runs, but he took 3)

    T&T 2nd 178/7
    Richard Kelly 43 not out - very exciting knock late in the day
    Tishan Maraj 26 - scratchy
    Daren Ganga 4
    Denesh Ramdin 6
    Dwayne Bravo 3 - loose shot outside offstump
    Shockingly suicidal strokeplay by the Jamaicans, but brilliant bowling by Emrit set the tone early on.

    Jamaica 2nd 89 ao
    Carlton Baugh jr. 39
    Wavell Hinds - some low score - bowled legstump by Emrit
    Marlon Samuels 10 - bowled middle stump by Emrit
    Dave Bernard jr. 2
    Gareth Breese 0
    Dave Mohammed 14.2-4-41-5 - 9 in the match
    Reyad Emrit 10-4-13-3
    Sanjiv Gooljar (on debut) 4-1-8-2

    Trinidad and Tobago won by 283 runs.

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    Did you see any of Jerome Taylor's bowling?

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    Only brief highlights. From all reports, neither he nor Jermaine Lawson were particularly impressive. They didn't make the batsmen play often enough.

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