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Ramdin wants runs

ST. AUGUSTINE, Trinidad, CMC – Denesh Ramdin is well aware that he was dropped from the West Indies team principally because of his lack of prowess in front of the stumps, rather than behind. The Trinidad & Tobago wicketkeeper/batsman has, therefore, set himself a big target of between 600 and 700 runs during the WICB Regional first-class championship. Two cheap dismissals against the Combined Campuses & Colleges did not help his cause, but Ramdin is working hard to regain his place in the West Indies team.

Ganga leads TT to tense win

St Augustine, Trinidad - Trinidad and Tobago beat the Combined Campuses and Colleges on the final morning at UWI Spec to take the full 12 points in the second round fixture of the WICB Regional 4 Day Tournament, but only just. Starting the final day needing 84 runs to win with five wickets in hand, every progress T&T made was met with resistance by the CCC.

Tense battle between TT & CCC

St Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago - With a lead of 102 runs at the end of Day Two at UWISPEC, and with only five CCC wickets remaining, Trinidad and Tobago would normally feel confident. However, with a batting collapse earlier in the day, T&T would have felt relieved to be in such a strong position at stumps having been bowled out by the Combined Campuses and Colleges, for 164 runs.

Ramdin equals record as T&T dominate

St Augustine, Trinidad, CMC – Trinidad and Tobago wicket-keeper Denesh Ramdin held seven catches as his side dominated Combined Campuses & Colleges on the first day of their second round WICB Regional Four-day match.

CC&C were bowled out for 131 and the home side reached 45-2 in reply on a rain-shortened day at the UWI Sports & Physical Education Complex.

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SCOREBOARDS: First day of Round 2 of WICB Regional Four-day Tournament

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Full scoreboards on the opening day of the second round match in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Regional Four-day first-class matches on Friday:

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