Caribbean T20 2013

A wet beginning in Port of Spain

ESPNcricinfo staff

January 7, 2013

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The Caribbean T20 had an anti-climatic start as rain prevented a result in the opening fixture between Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago at Queen's Park Oval. After T&T played their entire innings, Jamaica batted only 1.2 overs before the players had to go off. The teams earned two points each.

T&T had found batting tough after they won the toss. They lost early wickets, were 39 for 3 and reached 50 only in 8.5 overs. Dwayne Bravo, who made 30, was the only batsman to score more than 20. T&T had progressed to 87 for 3 but then lost Denesh Ramdin and Bravo in the space of two runs, after which they slumped to 128 for 9 in 20 overs. Krishmar Santokie and David Bernard took two wickets each for Jamaica.

Jamaica were 4 for 0 in their chase before the game was washed out.

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Posted by   on (January 7, 2013, 20:52 GMT)

you kidding? that was more than enough to beat Jamaica, they always succumb to our bowling attack.

Posted by   on (January 7, 2013, 19:16 GMT)

Reinforces the old saying [to paraphrase] "If you want rain in Trinidad, put up three stumps in the Oval"

Posted by GREIGGSMAN on (January 7, 2013, 9:45 GMT)

The Cricketing Gods smiled in TNT's favor

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