Etihad Summer Festival, 2011 / Fall of wickets and partnerships

Scorecard | Partnership table | Career averages

Etihad Summer Festival - 6th match

Canada v Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad & Tobago won by 7 wickets (with 21 balls remaining)

Canada innings | Trinidad & Tobago innings
Partnerships - Trinidad & Tobago innings
Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
1st 10 2.0 5.00 WKD Perkins AB Barath - 1/10 (1.6)
2nd 8 1.5 4.36 D Ganga AB Barath 1/10 (1.6) 2/18 (3.5)
3rd 71 10.1 6.98 JN Mohammed AB Barath 2/18 (3.5) 3/89 (13.6)
4th 24* 2.3 9.60 D Ramdin AB Barath 3/89 (13.6) 3/113 (16.3)
Highest partnerships in the match
Inns Wkt Runs Overs RR Player Player Start End
2 3rd 71 10.1 6.98 JN Mohammed AB Barath 2/18 (3.5) 3/89 (13.6)
1 8th 26 4.0 6.50 TG Gordon Khurram Chohan 7/67 (14.3) 8/93 (18.3)
2 4th 24* 2.3 9.60 D Ramdin AB Barath 3/89 (13.6) 3/113 (16.3)
1 5th 19 3.3 5.42 AS Hansra Usman Limbada 4/41 (9.1) 5/60 (12.4)
1 4th 19 3.1 6.00 Rizwan Cheema AS Hansra 3/22 (5.6) 4/41 (9.1)
1 10th 18* 1.2 13.50 HS Baidwan PA Desai 9/93 (18.4) 9/111 (20.0)
1 3rd 14 3.5 3.65 KP Wadia AS Hansra 2/8 (2.1) 3/22 (5.6)
2 1st 10 2.0 5.00 WKD Perkins AB Barath - 1/10 (1.6)
2 2nd 8 1.5 4.36 D Ganga AB Barath 1/10 (1.6) 2/18 (3.5)
1 2nd 8 2.0 4.00 R Gunasekera KP Wadia 1/0 (0.1) 2/8 (2.1)
1 7th 6 1.2 4.50 Hamza Tariq TG Gordon 6/61 (13.1) 7/67 (14.3)
1 6th 1 0.3 2.00 Usman Limbada Hamza Tariq 5/60 (12.4) 6/61 (13.1)
1 9th 0 0.1 0.00 Khurram Chohan HS Baidwan 8/93 (18.3) 9/93 (18.4)
1 1st 0 0.1 0.00 H Patel KP Wadia - 1/0 (0.1)
Tournament Results
Canada v Trinidad & T at King City (NW) - Aug 13, 2011
Trinidad & T won by 7 wickets (with 21 balls remaining)
Afghanistan v U.S.A. at King City (NW) - Aug 13, 2011
Afghanistan won by 48 runs
Trinidad & T v U.S.A. at King City (NW) - Aug 12, 2011
Trinidad & T won by 111 runs
Canada v Afghanistan at King City (NW) - Aug 12, 2011
Canada won by 4 wickets (with 0 balls remaining)
Canada v U.S.A. at King City (NW) - Aug 11, 2011
Canada won by 72 runs
Afghanistan v Trinidad & T at King City (NW) - Aug 11, 2011
Afghanistan won by 35 runs
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