- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRc †Ryan Ebanks b Bovell26245950108.33b Taylor921261042.85b Taylor011000.00c †Ryan Ebanks b Taylor064000.00lbw b Ronald Ebanks044000.00c †Ryan Ebanks b Ronald Ebanks22245009.09not out731031489170.87c Irving b Ronald Ebanks712131058.33c Irving b Ronald Ebanks18200012.50run out2959411049.15lbw b Taylor011000.00Extras40 (lb 8, w 32)TOTAL187 all out (43.3 Overs, RR: 4.29)Fall of wickets: 1-26 (Sandeep Jyoti), 2-26 (Ashish Bagai), 3-31 (Ian Billcliff), 4-32 (Abdool Samad), 5-48 (John Davison), 6-72 (Durand Soraine), 7-85 (Kendon Ottley), 8-94 (Austin Codrington), 9-187 (Steven Welsh), 10-187 (Easan Sinnathamby)
- BATSMENRBM4s6sSRnot out701141768061.40c Soraine b Welsh3338477086.84c Jyoti b Sinnathamby22300100.00not out61971247262.88Extras22 (b 1, lb 1, nb 1, w 19)TOTAL188/2 (42.2 Overs, RR: 4.44)Fall of wickets: 1-55 (Keneil Irving), 2-57 (Michael Wight)
- Tue, 22 Aug - day 1 - Cayman Islands 188/2 (42.2 ov)
- 3rd Umpire: K Bayney
- Scorers: Petra Pompey and Kaitul Patel
Two Ugandan cricketers who disappeared at the end of the World cricket League in Darwin earlier this month have been found by Australia’s Immigration Department in Adelaide.
Despite the lack of preparation, the Uganda’s chairman William Musoke is delighted with his team winning Division Two of the World Cricket League.
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