Trinidad and Tobago Red Force skipper Darren Bravo scored his 12th first-class century yesterday to put his team in total control against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes after the second day, of their second round West Indies Championship four-day fixture at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, in Tarouba.
The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force made a solid start to their second round West Indies Championship four-day match against the Leeward Islands Hurricanes at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba yesterday, with the visitors being dismissed for 186 before the hosts closed the opening day on 74 for one, still trailing by 112 runs.
The Trinidad and Tobago Red Force bowlers lacked the penetrative edge on a flat pitch at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy, in Tarouba, yesterday and eventually had to settle for a draw on the final day of the West Indies Championship four-day match against a dogged Jamaica Scorpions outfit.
The few fans at the Brian Lara Cricket Academy in Tarouba yesterday were treated to an exhibition of batting as rookie Joshua Da Silva scored his maiden first-class century while Yannic Cariah notched his fourth, as the home team posted 460 for four against Jamaica Scorpions on day two of their West Indies Championship four-day match.
Hayden Walsh Jr likened the West Indies’ nerve-wracking one-wicket win over Ireland in the second ODI on Thursday night to a marathon and said he benefitted from a major source of inspiration to play what was easily the innings of his career thus far.
Twenty-year-old Keagan Simmons showed maturity beyond his years to fight through a tough opening session before finding his rhythm in the next two, to top-score in a dominant batting display by the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force on day one of their West Indies Championship four-day fixture against Jamaica Scorpions in Tarouba, yesterday.