Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Teen talent

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Little Shane Dowrich continues to stand tall.
The Barbados wicketkeeper-batsman was one of the bright spots on the second day of their fifth-round WICB regional four-day match against Windward Islands at Kensington Oval yesterday.
The 19-year-old made a solid unbeaten 56 to complete his second successive half-century.
He made an early impression with a pulled six over square-leg and proceeded to bat responsibly in an unbeaten 56 that came from 113 balls in an hour and three quarters at the crease.
 It helped Barbados to a first innings total of 341 to which Windwards responded with 116 for two at the close.
Here, Dowrich flicks through the onside during his innings yesterday.

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