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T&T stage fighback on day 2 against Guyana in Regional Four Day Championship

Posted: March 17, 2012
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Trinidad and Tobago’s cricketers were staging a fight-back at stumps on day two of their 6th round clash against second place Guyana in the Regional Four Day Cricket Championship.

The Guyanese who resumed on their overnight 260 for 6 were dismissed for 290 with Narsingh Deonarine 87 and Shivnarine Chanderpaul 80 the leading scorers.

The Trinidadians in reply reached 158 for 1 before the bails were removed.

Adrian Barath 74 and Marlon Barclay 33 the batsmen who will return to the crease on day 3.

At Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Shane Dowrich hit an unbeaten 95 to while Kraigg Brathwaite made 42 to guide Barbados to 317.

The Leewards batting a second time reached 121 for 5 at the close of play, a deficit of 58 runs.

Scores in that match so far, the Leeward Islands 138 and 121 for 5, Barbados 317.

Over at the over at the National Stadium in Grenada, the Windward Islands batting in their second innings reached 106 for 4 at stumps in their rain affected match against the Combined Campuses and Colleges.

Andre Fletcher 47 and Dalton Polius 14 are the not out batsmen.

Scores in the match so far the Windwards 149 and 106 for 4, the CCC 208.

Leaders and defending champions Jamaica are idle this round.

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