Guyana- Trindad Scoreboard

Scoreboard for Saturday night’s match between Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago at the Queen’s Park Oval which Trinidad won by 80 runs.

Scoreboard

T&T
L Simmons c wkp Christian b Barnwell    3
W Perkins b Crandon                                       8
DM Bravo not out                                            82
DJ Bravo c Jacobs b Deonarine                 19
*+D Ramdin c Deonarine b Barnwell      20
K Pollard not out                                            44
Extras (lb4, w10, nb1)                                  15
TOTAL (4 wkts, 20 overs)                         191
Did not bat: K Cooper, R Emrit, S Narine, S Badree, S Gabriel
Fall of wickets: 1-11 (Simmons, 2.4 overs), 2-26 (Perkins, 5), 3-74 (DJ Bravo, 10.3), 4-127 (Ramdin, 15.3)
Bowling: Barnwell 4-0-29-2 (w4, nb1), Jacobs 4-0-40-0, Crandon 2-0-19-1, Permaul2-0-25-0 (w1), Deonarine 4-0-41-1 (w3), Bishoo 4-0-33-0 (w2)

GUYANA
T Griffith c Perkins b Gabriel                1
S Chanderpaul c Cooper b Narine   53
+D Christian c & b Emrit                       9
R Sarwan  b Emrit                                    2
N Deonarine run out                             14
C Barnwell c wkp Ramdin b Cooper   1
R Crandon not out                                  10
J Foo not out                                           10
Extras (lb6, w5)                                      11
TOTAL (6 wkts, 20 overs)                 111
Did not bat: S Jacobs, *V Permaul, D Bishoo.
Fall of wickets: 1-7 (Griffith, 2.1 overs), 2-43 (Christian, 7.2), 3-53 (Sarwan, 9.3), 4-87 (Chanderpaul, 14.5), 5-88 (Barnwell, 15.1), 6-88 (Deonarine, 15.3)
Bowling: Gabriel 3-0-17-1 (w3), Narine 4-0-12-1, Emrit 4-0-18-2 (w1), Badree 2-0-18-0, DJ Bravo 4-0-28-0 (w1), Cooper 3-1-12-1.
Result: T&T won by 80 runs.
Points: T&T 4, Guyana 0.
Man-of-the-Match: Darren Bravo.
Toss: Guyana.
Umpires: Gregory Brathwaite, Leslie Reifer; TV – Nigel Duguid.

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