overpitched at leg stump. Gives it the full face and lifts it over the umpire. It swerves away from long-on, keeps long-off interested, but beats both of them
12:54 am That's all from our coverage today. Thanks for joining us.
Darren Sammy: Would have been nice to get in a full game and see how deep we could have taken it. I think we could have executed a little bit better. We have to play an all-round game. Last year it was a similar situation (1 win out of 5 games) and we won 5 out of the remaining 6. We're not out of it yet. We have to make some changes.
Man of the match, Kieron Pollard: I'm happy with the performance. I've been trying to come in and lead from the front. We went and got 195 and it was defendable on this track. I'm not frustrated with the rain stop, Sammy was getting in. (laughs)
12:33 am The rain has gotten too heavy. The ground staff has got the signal. The captains have embraced. The match has been called off. The Barbados Tridents win by 21 runs (DLS method).
12:27 am Aaaand it's back on. They're all off now. Par score: 150
12:25 am The drizzle seems to have stopped.
12:23 am Uh-oh. Sammy is unhappy. It's because the drizzle is back and the umpires have deemed it's heavy enough to bring on the covers.
full as he tries to follow him down the leg side. Sammy nimbly gets out of the way after being in line
slower ball, overpitched outside off. Driven to long-off
length and into leg stump, swept to long leg
short and wide, shuffles to cut, straight to point
fired wide again, left alone. Gets it this time
short and wide, left alone again, wide not given again
back of a length, into the pads, whipped to deep midwicket
short ball at off stump. Spanks it back at his partner, who arches to avoid it
short and wide. Watches it spin past the wide marker. Then looks at the umpire. He thought that was a wide
overpitched at leg stump, driven to long-on
the fastest fifty of the season! Short and into his mid-riff. Gets under it, pulls it over deep square leg. His team has been woeful today, but Sammy has done well for them. And his home crowd who've stayed back despite an abject performance
back of a length, angled across off stump. Pulled to long-on
overpitched at leg stump, drilled straight to long-on
the perfect yorker. At leg stump. He can't do anything with that other than keep it from hitting the stumps
slower ball, full outside off. Hammered to sweeper cover
good length and in at the corridor. Leans in, opens the face, gets a nick past the keeper and runs down the track to hug the bowler
short and wide. Swings at it, succeeds. Off the outside half of the bat, but over backward point
nails the yorker. At leg stump. Tapped into the leg side for a single
good length, into the pads. Whipped to short fine's left
good length, wide outside off and it. is. creamed. Extends the arms, gets the bat under it, finishes with a flourish and watches it sail over the extra cover boundary
bouncer at middle stump. Looks to pull, gets struck in the ribs