Canada April 20, 2008

Canada slump to another heavy defeat

The Trinidad & Tobago Development XI thrashed Canada's women by 151 runs at the National Cricket Centre

The Trinidad & Tobago Development XI thrashed Canada's women by 151 runs at the National Cricket Centre. The home side eased to 203 for 7, with Amanda Samaroo (60) and Jerveena Pollocksingh (49) leading the way. Canada were as good as down and out as they limped to 6 for 4, and although they extended their innings to the 33rd over they only scraped 52.

Martin Williamson is executive editor of ESPNcricinfo and managing editor of ESPN Digital Media in Europe, the Middle East and Africa

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  • CricBay on May 2, 2008, 21:46 GMT

    For any team(cricket or any other sport), there is always a start and for most, the beginning would be tough. By just giving it up, nothing is achieved. They should try to improve and I believe, with dedication, they sure can.

  • Dassanayakka on April 30, 2008, 19:30 GMT

    I don't think Canada needs a women team now,. it's just waste of money, they should start building a proper men team than women team.

  • CricBay on May 2, 2008, 21:46 GMT

    For any team(cricket or any other sport), there is always a start and for most, the beginning would be tough. By just giving it up, nothing is achieved. They should try to improve and I believe, with dedication, they sure can.

  • Dassanayakka on April 30, 2008, 19:30 GMT

    I don't think Canada needs a women team now,. it's just waste of money, they should start building a proper men team than women team.

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  • Dassanayakka on April 30, 2008, 19:30 GMT

    I don't think Canada needs a women team now,. it's just waste of money, they should start building a proper men team than women team.

  • CricBay on May 2, 2008, 21:46 GMT

    For any team(cricket or any other sport), there is always a start and for most, the beginning would be tough. By just giving it up, nothing is achieved. They should try to improve and I believe, with dedication, they sure can.