Fudadin slams unbeaten ton

Opener Assad Fudadin’s unbeaten century backed up by Captain Leon Johnson’s 46 gave the national team the upper hand over the Rest XI yesterday on the third day of the four-day practice match at the Guyana National Stadium, Providence ground.

Fudadin, who resumed on his overnight 21, went on to score a poised 117 an innings which included 15 fours. He batted for approximately 450 minutes and shared a productive fourth-wicket stand of 110 with all-rounder Chris Barnwell who managed four boundaries in his knock of 59.

The Rest XI, bowled out for 200 in 59.1 overs, trailed by three runs on  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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