result
11th Match (N), Coolidge, Jul 25 2006, Stanford 20/20
Trinidad & T won by 8 wickets (with 56 balls remaining)
player of the match
Samuel Badree
Trinidad & Tobago

Dissapointment for the crowd who were expecting a lot more from the Cayman's

They could not match their performance from last week when they scored 170+

92 was never going to enough and they can blame the 3 silly run outs for that

1 of the run outs was just a bit of brilliant fielding from Mervyn Dillon and he should walk away with the $ 10,000 for that Play of the Day

Samuel Badree will walk the Man of the Match award for an excellent spell of bowling

Until tomorrow night we thank you and hope that you will join me, Keith, then

10.4
1
Wight to Ganga, 1 run

drives down the ground to long-on and a very easy win for T & T

10.3
W
Wight to Belcon, OUT

looks to finish it in glory, gets under it and the man at cow corner this time takes it

Mario Belcon c Linton b Wight 26 (26b 3x4 0x6) SR: 100

scores are level

10.2
1
Wight to Ganga, 1 run

on the back foot, drives ppunching to the cover sweeper

10.1
6
Wight to Ganga, SIX runs

short and that is whipped off the back foot over square leg

end of over 108 runs
T&T: 85/1CRR: 8.50 RRR: 0.80 • Need 8 runs from 60b
Mario Belcon26 (25)
Daren Ganga5 (7)
Kevin Bazil4-0-30-1

Eight needed, could see it this over

9.6
4
Bazil to Belcon, FOUR runs

drgas that on the slog sweep from outside off between wide midwicket and long off

9.5
Bazil to Belcon, no run

looks to work that to the on side, taken on the legs

9.4
1
Bazil to Ganga, 1 run

lofted drive to long-off

9.3
1
Bazil to Belcon, 1 run

quick run taken off the legs to short fine leg

9.2
1
Bazil to Ganga, 1 run

drives well to the on side, deep wide midwicket cleans up

9.1
1
Bazil to Belcon, 1 run

sweeps to deep backward square leg

end of over 95 runs
T&T: 77/1CRR: 8.55 RRR: 1.45 • Need 16 runs from 66b
Mario Belcon20 (21)
Daren Ganga3 (5)
Michael Wight1-0-5-0
8.6
1
Wight to Belcon, 1 run

drives inside out towards the cover sweeper

8.5
2
Wight to Belcon, 2 runs

on the slog sweep, deep midwicket is under it, but gets too far under it and does not get a hand to it

8.4
1
Wight to Ganga, 1 run

very short, premeditated sweep, laps it to long leg

8.3
1
Wight to Belcon, 1 run

well forward, open face, runs it just wide of the gully

8.2
Wight to Belcon, no run

short, looks for the late cut, not timed, ends at his feet

8.1
Wight to Belcon, no run

back defends to the off, cover in quick