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Ryan Hinds has achieved a remarkable feat: he is the first batsman in the history of West Indies cricket to make more than 150 in both innings of a first-class match.
In marching to another commanding 150 to add to his 168 in the first innings, Hinds became the first batsman in the long history of West Indies cricket to make more than 150 in both innings of a regional first-class match.
"It is a great achievement. I told myself just hang in there and get another hundred. I didn't know I would get 150. Praises to God for guiding me through this day. I'm very grateful," Hinds told NATIONSPORT.