Barbados vs. CCC match abandoned because of rain

SHAW PARK, Tobago,  CMC – The NAGICO Super50 match between Barbados and Combined Campuses and Colleges scheduled for Shaw Park in Tobago was abandoned yesteday as a result of rain.

20140207logoPersistent rain across Scarborough forced officials to abandon the zone B match around the middle of the afternoon without a ball being bowled.

Officials, at one point, were hoping play would start after the scheduled luncheon interval after the covers came on when the rain subsided around mid-morning.

But another deluge forced the covers back on leaving a wet outfield.

Barbados now moves to seven points in Zone B while CCC is in second position on 6 points.

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