Nokia Champions League T20 - Qualifying Tournament Pool B

Ruhuna v Trinidad & Tobago

Trinidad & Tobago won by 5 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)

Dressed in identical reds both teams walk out, and there is a red carpet laid out for them. Thankfully, to tell the teams apart from each other, and the carpet, Ruhunu have shades of black on their kit. Jayasuriya takes guard, his captain at the non-striker's end. Samuel Badree, the leg spinner, will bowl the first over

Not long ago he was commentating on the Test matches in Sri Lanka. Not long before that, he was sorting out issues in his constituency. And here he is opening in a Twenty20 club tournament. The versatile Mr Jayasuriya is here.

3.30pm Heads if the call from Mahela Udawatte, it is a head. Ruhuna choose to bat. Udawatte says 150-160 will be a good score on this track. Daren Ganga says his team would have loved to bat first as well. "We have fond memories of Hyderabad," he says recalling their run to the final in the inaugural season of the CLT20. Of course T&T are missing their regional stars, Kieron Pollard and Dwayne Bravo. Ganga is quick to point out, though, that the side has come this far without them.

3pm Hello and welcome to day 1, match 1 of Champions League T20 2011. ESPNcricinfo has introduced you to the qualifiers here. To know more about the tournament itself, click here. I'll be back with the toss at 3.30pm

0.1

Badree to Jayasuriya, no run, flights the first ball up, around off, pushed back to Badree

0.2

Badree to Jayasuriya, 1 run, opens the face on this push, and Udawatte rushes through, finishing the single with a dive

0.3

Badree to Udawatte, 1 run, googly, nudged against the turn, single wide of square leg

0.4

Badree to Jayasuriya, no run, the slider, and Jaysuriya hasn't read it. Plays for the turn, and then angle across him beats him

0.5

Badree to Jayasuriya, no run, flat, quick, accurate, pushed back to Badree

0.6

Badree to Jayasuriya, no run, still not reading him, still playing for the turn, and still getting beaten, moral victory for Bardee, whose first over goes for just two runs

End of over 1 (2 runs) Ruhuna 2/0 (RR: 2.00)
ST Jayasuriya    1* (5b)      S Badree    1-0-2-0
ML Udawatte    1* (1b)     

Sumith: "This is Mahela Udawatte's 3rd straight CLT20 tournament. By the way last 2 seasons he played for team Wayamba." Now he will face Ravi Rampaul

1.1

Rampaul to Udawatte, 1 run, short of a length, brisk, 83mph, seems to have hit the hip, but it is given runs

1.2

Rampaul to Jayasuriya, 1 run, Jayasuriya is late into this pull, 83mph, the under edge gets him a single

1.3

Rampaul to Udawatte, no run, Rampaul is not setting the world on fire, but he seems to be too quick for the Sri Lankans here... 127ks, short, and Udawatte is late into the pull. The top edge falls just short of mid-off

1.4

Rampaul to Udawatte, 1 run, I don't believe this speed gun, still showing around 130, but both these batsmen have been late on every shot, this time the inside edge goes for a single

1.5

Rampaul to Jayasuriya, 2 runs, this time Jayasuriya uses Rampaul's pace, opening the face late, guiding it past point

1.6

Rampaul to Jayasuriya, 1 run, makes room, Ravi follows him, and Jayasuriya is late again. The inside edge bounces towards mid-on for a single

End of over 2 (6 runs) Ruhuna 8/0 (RR: 4.00)
ST Jayasuriya    5* (8b)      R Rampaul    1-0-6-0
ML Udawatte    3* (4b)      S Badree    1-0-2-0

2.1

Badree to Jayasuriya, FOUR, never too old to pull one out of your hat... Jayasuriya reverses his stance early and plays a reverse-sweep over point

2.2

Badree to Jayasuriya, FOUR, now the orthodox way, gets a full delivery, plans the front foot down, and lofts him inside-out over extra cover

2.3

Badree to Jayasuriya, OUT, Badree gets his own back as Jayasuriya tries the reverse again. This time he misses a full straight delivery and seems to be hit smack in front. The only question is, did it straighten enough to not be missing off stump with the angle? The replays show it didn't turn, which means it couldn't have pitched within the stumps. Only a part of it pitched inside the line of leg, which by the way Jayasuriya converted into off by reversing his stance

ST Jayasuriya lbw b Badree 13 (11m 11b 2x4 0x6) SR: 118.18

Dinesh Chandimal is in. Many Sri Lankans believe he should be in the Test squad

2.4

Badree to Chandimal, 1 run, straight ball, no turn, the inside edge takes it past square leg for one

2.5

Badree to Udawatte, 2 runs, shortish and flat, pulled wide of deep square for a double

2.6

Badree to Udawatte, FOUR, too short, a hit-me long hop really, and he pulls it over midwicket

End of over 3 (15 runs) Ruhuna 23/1 (RR: 7.66)
ML Udawatte    9* (6b 1x4)      S Badree    2-0-17-1
LD Chandimal    1* (1b)      R Rampaul    1-0-6-0

3.1

Rampaul to Chandimal, no run, short of a length, pushed to cover, no room

3.2

Rampaul to Chandimal, 1 run, hits the bat hard again, this time Chandimal works it off his hip for a single

3.3

Rampaul to Udawatte, 1 run, OUT, Strange running. Udawatte has run himself out. Length ball, middle and off, worked away to fine leg, and they come back for the non-existent two. Adrian Barath's throw is flat, quick, on the bounce, and by the stumps. Mahela is well short

ML Udawatte run out 10 (16m 7b 1x4 0x6) SR: 142.85

3.4

Rampaul to Siriwardana, 1 run, pushes at a shortish delivery outside off, the extra bounce takes the shoulder edge, wide of first slip

3.5

Rampaul to Chandimal, OUT, Another run-out. Some will bring up the spirit of cricket debate here. Chandimal has pushed this not too wide of the bowler, Siriwardana rushes through for the non-existent single, Rampaul goes after the ball too, and there is a minor collision. That has hardly put Siriwardana off his track, and Jason Mohamed rushes in from midwicket to run his out. I think he would have struggled even if there hadn't been a collision. He was on his feet anyway

TAM Siriwardana run out 1 (2m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 100.00

Gunaratne is the new batsman

3.6

Rampaul to Chandimal, 1 run, steered to third man for a single

End of over 4 (4 runs) Ruhuna 27/3 (RR: 6.75)
LD Chandimal    3* (5b)      R Rampaul    2-0-10-0
LJP Gunaratne    0* (0b)      S Badree    2-0-17-1

4.1

Badree to Chandimal, no run, full on off, pushed to cover

4.2

Badree to Chandimal, no run, full and straight again, driven back to the bowler

4.3

Badree to Chandimal, FOUR, short and quick, and he has crashed it through the cordon, between cover and point

4.4

Badree to Chandimal, no run, short again, gets the top edge on the cut, but it falls short of short third man

4.5

Badree to Chandimal, no run

4.6

Badree to Chandimal, 1 wide, wide down the leg side, pushed through

4.6

Badree to Chandimal, 1 run, gets one wide of midwicket and charges through for a single

End of over 5 (6 runs) Ruhuna 33/3 (RR: 6.60)
LD Chandimal    8* (11b 1x4)      S Badree    3-0-23-1
LJP Gunaratne    0* (0b)      R Rampaul    2-0-10-0

Sunil Narine is the new bowler. Gentle offbreaks

5.1

Narine to Chandimal, no run, watches the first one onto the bat and defends

5.2

Narine to Chandimal, SIX, he fancies himself against Narine, as he charges at him and lofts a length ball inside out over long-off

5.3

Narine to Chandimal, 1 run, works this wide of mid-on for a single

5.4

Narine to Gunaratne, no run, flat, quick, middle and off, defended back

5.5

Narine to Gunaratne, no run, short and flat again, pushed back

5.6

Narine to Gunaratne, no run, another flat straight delivery, another defensive shot

End of over 6 (7 runs) Ruhuna 40/3 (RR: 6.66)
LJP Gunaratne    0* (3b)      SP Narine    1-0-7-0
LD Chandimal    15* (14b 1x4 1x6)      S Badree    3-0-23-1

"Are you guys feeling lonely? Are you reviving any commentary feedback at all? Am the only one who is watching this game on TV? The stadium looks predictably empty," says Gussie Fink-Nottle. Gussie old man, you at least have newts for company. Badree to bowl out

6.1

Badree to Chandimal, 1 run, short and wide, cut away, he now has cover after the end of the Powerplay

6.2

Badree to Gunaratne, 1 run, full and wide again, deep cover comes into play again

6.3

Badree to Chandimal, 1 run, pitched up on the pads, flicked away for a single to deep midwicket

6.4

Badree to Gunaratne, 1 leg bye, slower through the air, but no turn on this, and beats the inside edge because of that. Can't prevent the leg-bye

6.5

Badree to Chandimal, 2 runs, the scoop over the keeper's head, doesn't get all on it, but enough to clear the keeper

6.6

Badree to Chandimal, 1 run, short of a length, worked away off the pads for a single

End of over 7 (7 runs) Ruhuna 47/3 (RR: 6.71)
LD Chandimal    20* (18b 1x4 1x6)      S Badree    4-0-29-1
LJP Gunaratne    1* (5b)      SP Narine    1-0-7-0

7.1

Narine to Chandimal, 1 run, short of a length, hit back down the ground, gets the single

7.2

Narine to Gunaratne, no run, he is actually not a gentle offbreak bowler, he looks like an offspinner, but he just drifts them in, and uses the fingers to bowl leg cutters. This legcutter beats the outside edge

7.3

Narine to Gunaratne, no run, another legcutter, plays for the offbreak again, beaten again

7.4

Narine to Gunaratne, no run, tossed up gently outside off, goes straight through and beats the edge again

7.5

Narine to Gunaratne, no run, flatter, but Gunaratne can't beat point

7.6

Narine to Gunaratne, 2 runs, clipped off the pads, finds the gap this time

End of over 8 (3 runs) Ruhuna 50/3 (RR: 6.25)
LJP Gunaratne    3* (10b)      SP Narine    2-0-10-0
LD Chandimal    21* (19b 1x4 1x6)      S Badree    4-0-29-1

Kevon Cooper to bowl dibbly-dobbies

8.1

Cooper to Chandimal, no run, gentle pace, around off, defended back

8.2

Cooper to Chandimal, no run, offcutter this time, hits the pads in front, but the inside edge saves Chandimal

8.3

Cooper to Chandimal, 1 run, a big swipe across the line, he is getting frustrated, gets the inside edge for a single

8.4

Cooper to Gunaratne, no run, slower ball, a near replica of the Pollard slower ball, beats him again

8.5

Cooper to Gunaratne, 1 run, regulation pace, driven square with an open face

8.6

Cooper to Chandimal, 1 run, full toss on middle and leg, forced to deep midwicket for one

End of over 9 (3 runs) Ruhuna 53/3 (RR: 5.88)
LD Chandimal    23* (23b 1x4 1x6)      KK Cooper    1-0-3-0
LJP Gunaratne    4* (12b)      SP Narine    2-0-10-0

9.1

Narine to Chandimal, 1 run, regulation offbreak from Narine, worked away into the leg side for one

9.2

Narine to Gunaratne, 1 run, this one holds its line, nudged into the on side for another single

9.3

Narine to Chandimal, 1 run, fires it in after seeing the batsman charge at him, Chandimal pushes it down to long-on for one

9.4

Narine to Gunaratne, 1 run, short, not much room, forced away for a single to deep cover

9.5

Narine to Chandimal, FOUR, the rare rank poor delivery, fired full and down the leg side, he gets a tickle on it, enough to beat the keeper

9.6

Narine to Chandimal, 1 run, tossed up on the pads, clipped to deep midwicket for one

End of over 10 (9 runs) Ruhuna 62/3 (RR: 6.20)
LD Chandimal    30* (27b 2x4 1x6)      SP Narine    3-0-19-0
LJP Gunaratne    6* (14b)      KK Cooper    1-0-3-0

10.1

Cooper to Chandimal, 1 run, low full toss, driven to long-on for a single

"Back home in Trinidad there is no coverage whatever! No radio or television, I'm following it on ESPNcricinfo." I envy you, Zaid Mohammed

10.2

Cooper to Gunaratne, no run, rolls his fingers on this one; not only is this an offcutter, it spits off the surface, beating him for the bounce

10.3

Cooper to Gunaratne, 1 run, full on the pads, flicked away for one

10.4

Cooper to Chandimal, no run, this is his quicker one, 125ks, and there is some action on this. It nips back in a touch and bounces more than expected. Goes between the bat and pad

10.5

Cooper to Chandimal, 1 run, back to bowling slow, he waits and waits before cutting this for a single

10.6

Cooper to Gunaratne, FOUR, by now the batsmen know that the slow balls are to expected and the quick ones variations. Gunaratne waits for this one, and it sits up for a hit over point

End of over 11 (7 runs) Ruhuna 69/3 (RR: 6.27)
LJP Gunaratne    11* (17b 1x4)      KK Cooper    2-0-10-0
LD Chandimal    32* (30b 2x4 1x6)      SP Narine    3-0-19-0

More spin. S Ganga here

11.1

S Ganga to Chandimal, 1 run, short outside off, no turn, cut away for one

11.2

S Ganga to Gunaratne, no run, no turn again, opens the face on this, can't beat point

11.3

S Ganga to Gunaratne, 1 run, comes down the track, too close to the pitch of the ball, doesn't get any elevation, gets a single to long-on

11.4

S Ganga to Chandimal, SIX, It seemed Chadimal had picked out long-on to perfection. Gave Ganga the charge, nowhere close to the pitch of the ball, went ahead with the shot, and just about got enough to clear long-on. Not a short boundary, mind you

11.5

S Ganga to Chandimal, 1 run, overpitched, driven down the ground

11.6

S Ganga to Gunaratne, FOUR, leaves the crease again, Ganga fires this in, he opens the face on this, placing it between the keeper and short third man

End of over 12 (13 runs) Ruhuna 82/3 (RR: 6.83)
LJP Gunaratne    16* (20b 2x4)      S Ganga    1-0-13-0
LD Chandimal    40* (33b 2x4 2x6)      KK Cooper    2-0-10-0

12.1

Narine to Chandimal, 1 run, short, flat, worked away to deep midwicket

12.2

Narine to Gunaratne, no run, there the legcutter, defended off the front foot

12.3

Narine to Gunaratne, 2 runs, short but not too short, pulled away between long-on and deep midwicket

12.4

Narine to Gunaratne, 1 run, overpitched, hit back to Narine, who misfields and lets through a single

12.5

Narine to Chandimal, 1 run, short, punched away to deep midwicket

12.6

Narine to Gunaratne, no run, the legcutter again, Gunaratne opens the face, but can't get it wide of point

End of over 13 (5 runs) Ruhuna 87/3 (RR: 6.69)
LJP Gunaratne    19* (24b 2x4)      SP Narine    4-0-24-0
LD Chandimal    42* (35b 2x4 2x6)      S Ganga    1-0-13-0

13.1

S Ganga to Chandimal, 1 run, takes this on the full and hits it to extra cover where D Ganga misfields

13.2

S Ganga to Gunaratne, 1 run, shortish, pulled away to deep midwicket

13.3

S Ganga to Chandimal, 1 run, comes down the track, takes this on the full, drives it to long-off

13.4

S Ganga to Gunaratne, 1 leg bye, is beaten in the flight, thrusts his pad at, and takes the leg-bye. I don't see how he is perceived to be playing a shot here

13.5

S Ganga to Chandimal, 1 run, driven down to long-off for another single

13.6

S Ganga to Gunaratne, no run, comes down the track again, beaten in the flight, opens the bat face, but can't beat short third man

End of over 14 (5 runs) Ruhuna 92/3 (RR: 6.57)
LJP Gunaratne    20* (27b 2x4)      S Ganga    2-0-17-0
LD Chandimal    45* (38b 2x4 2x6)      SP Narine    4-0-24-0

14.1

Cooper to Chandimal, 1 run, another full toss hit down to long-off for a single - quite a few full tosses have gone unpunished

14.2

Cooper to Gunaratne, no run, yorker, just misses the leg stump, 134k, Cooper can produce pace, but is big on slower balls

14.3

Cooper to Gunaratne, OUT, and the slower one gets him a wicket. The offcutter. Pitches on a length, outside off, beats the wild slog, pegs back the off stump

LJP Gunaratne b Cooper 20 (33m 29b 2x4 0x6) SR: 68.96

TM Sampath, brother of TM Dilshan, is the new batsman in

14.4

Cooper to Sampath, 1 run, low full toss on middle and leg, goes for a single

14.5

Cooper to Chandimal, no run, overpitched outside off, but driven straight to extra cover. Chandimal looks sapped

14.6

Cooper to Chandimal, no run, yorker on middle and leg, no room to do anything with it, keeps it out

End of over 15 (2 runs) Ruhuna 94/4 (RR: 6.26)
LD Chandimal    46* (41b 2x4 2x6)      KK Cooper    3-0-12-1
TN Sampath    1* (1b)      S Ganga    2-0-17-0

"No Dave Mohammed, No Fun" +1, Milan, or whatever the Facebook people do to suggest they liked something. Lendl to bowl now. Not Ivan

15.1

Simmons to Sampath, 1 run, slower ball outside off, driven straight to extra cover

15.2

Simmons to Chandimal, 1 leg bye, beats him for the lack of pace again, hits the pad, concedes just the leg-bye

15.3

Simmons to Sampath, 1 run, looks to play across the line, the inside edge hits the pad, and rolls to cover for one

15.4

Simmons to Chandimal, 1 run, slogged away, along the ground to long-on

15.5

Simmons to Sampath, FOUR, slower ball, 102ks, but gives him the width, and Sampath opens the face on it, placing it fine of short third man

15.6

Simmons to Sampath, FOUR, this time he has edged it to the same area. This was fuller, just outside off, Sampath pushed at it, and the thick edge flew between the keeper and short third man

End of over 16 (12 runs) Ruhuna 106/4 (RR: 6.62)
TN Sampath    11* (5b 2x4)      LMP Simmons    1-0-11-0
LD Chandimal    47* (43b 2x4 2x6)      KK Cooper    3-0-12-1

16.1

Cooper to Chandimal, 1 run, swiped across the line, places it wide of deep square, but doesn't risk the second

16.2

Cooper to Sampath, 1 run, slower ball, short and wide, glided to point for one

16.3

Cooper to Chandimal, 1 run, yorker, the inside edge hits the boot, rolls to off, and they take the single. Cooper goes for a direct hit at Sampath's end but misses

16.4

Cooper to Sampath, 1 run, comes down the track and hits this low full toss straight to deep point for one

16.5

Cooper to Chandimal, 1 run, slower short one again, Chandimal is early into it, but the bottom edge gets him to a fifty, an innings that has avoided what could have been absolute disaster

16.6

Cooper to Sampath, 1 run, tries an imitation of his brother's scoop, is late into it, ends up lobbing it in front of square. However, the leg-side 30-yard circle has only one man in, at short fine leg

End of over 17 (6 runs) Ruhuna 112/4 (RR: 6.58)
TN Sampath    14* (8b 2x4)      KK Cooper    4-0-18-1
LD Chandimal    50* (46b 2x4 2x6)      LMP Simmons    1-0-11-0

Rampaul comes back to finish off. He'll bowl round the stumps

17.1

Rampaul to Sampath, 1 run, Sampath tries the scoop again, misses, takes the leg-bye

17.2

Rampaul to Chandimal, 1 wide, angled too far outside off, a big wide

17.2

Rampaul to Chandimal, no run, Chandimal tries the big slog from outside off, ends up swinging inside the line, that's Rampaul's idea, to cut out the leg-side shots

17.3

Rampaul to Chandimal, OUT, Rampaul has been too quick for Ruhuna all day. This is an accurate bouncer, at his throat, Chandimal is late into the shot, top-edges the pull back to RR

LD Chandimal c & b Rampaul 50 (54m 48b 2x4 2x6) SR: 104.16

17.4

Rampaul to Sampath, 2 runs, flicks it from wide outside off, into the open leg-side infield, takes a couple

17.5

Rampaul to Sampath, 1 run, makes room, digs this yorker out to deep point for a single

Kusal Perera, left-hand batsman, to face for the first time. RR goes over the stumps

17.6

Rampaul to MDKJ Perera, 1 run, full and straight, hit down to long-off for one

End of over 18 (6 runs) Ruhuna 118/5 (RR: 6.55)
MDKJ Perera    1* (1b)      R Rampaul    3-0-16-1
TN Sampath    18* (11b 2x4)      KK Cooper    4-0-18-1

Simmons will bowl No. 19

18.1

Simmons to MDKJ Perera, FOUR, Not the most clever bit of bowling... short, at gentle pace, with the short fine up, and Perera pulls it nicely over that man, flicking late to get it fine

18.2

Simmons to MDKJ Perera, 2 runs, the slower one, Perera gets a big top edge on the swipe, but it falls just wide of the diving Jason Mohamed at fine leg

18.3

Simmons to MDKJ Perera, SIX, Perera is getting Ruhuna important runs here. another slower ball but he has picked it, and murdered it over long-on. A typical tailender's swipe, with a lot of bottom hand in it, but it goes sailing over long-on

18.4

Simmons to MDKJ Perera, 2 runs, pulled wide of deep midwicket, hares back for two

18.5

Simmons to MDKJ Perera, OUT, this is short across him, and he has to pull from way outside off, the top edge settles with short fine leg who takes a smart catch running backwards

MDKJ Perera c Badree b Simmons 15 (5m 6b 1x4 1x6) SR: 250.00

18.6

Simmons to Sampath, 1 wide, angled down the leg side, called a wide

18.6

Simmons to Sampath, FOUR, again angling down the leg side with the fine leg up, and Sampath has muscled this fine for another four. A poor over, especially after T&T bowled so well for the first 18 overs

End of over 19 (19 runs) Ruhuna 137/6 (RR: 7.21)
TN Sampath    22* (12b 3x4)      LMP Simmons    2-0-30-1
DNA Athulathmudali    0* (0b)      R Rampaul    3-0-16-1

Rampaul will bowl the last over. Amal Athulathmudali, another left-hand batsman, to face for the first time

19.1

Rampaul to Athulathmudali, no run, length ball, angled across him, misses on the swipe

19.2

Rampaul to Athulathmudali, OUT, yorker outside off, Ramdin is smart behind the stumps. Sees that Sampath has charged through for the bye, and lobs this to the bowler who runs Amal out to ensure another dot

DNA Athulathmudali run out 0 (2m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

"Sid: How many people are following the match in the ground (esp after India's disastrous English tour)?" Vivek Bhandari, except for the team entourage, umpires and the commentators, zilch, zero, nil. Rampaul goes round the stumps to the right-hand batsman

19.3

Rampaul to Sampath, 1 run, low full toss, hit to cover for just a single

19.4

Rampaul to Karunanayake, OUT, big wild slog, misses, Sampath wants the bye to retain strike, this time Ramdin is quicker and goes for the striker's end, and hits bull's eye

TN Sampath run out 23 (23m 13b 3x4 0x6) SR: 176.92

19.5

Rampaul to GACR Perera, OUT, Timber. Golden duck for Chintaka Perrea. Too good for a No. 10. Middle-stump yorker. The best in the world would have had to be alert to keep this out

GACR Perera b Rampaul 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

19.6

Rampaul to Janoda, OUT, Four wickets and a run in this over. Janoda gets inside the line to try to clear short fine, gets too far inside the line, is beaten, and Ramdin lobs the throw to Rampaul to prevent the bye. The fifth run-out of the innings

JGA Janoda run out 0 (1m 1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

T&T have been the better side for the 19 of the 20 overs. That one over, the 19th, went for 19, which gives Ruhuna something to bowl at. Do join us for the chase

End of over 20 (1 run) Ruhuna 138/10
     R Rampaul    4-0-17-2
KPSP Karunanayake    0* (1b)      LMP Simmons    2-0-30-1
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Sep 19, 2011

Darren Bravo works the ball to the leg side, Ruhuna v T&T, CLT20 qualifier, Hyderabad, September 19, 2011

Darren Bravo works the ball to the leg side

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Sep 19, 2011

Trinidad & Tobago celebrate their win, Ruhuna v T&T, CLT20 qualifier, Hyderabad, September 19, 2011

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