Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Never in doubt about victory, says Edwards

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THE?CONTEST between the Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) and Barbados has often produced tense, gruelling battles. Yet the ease with which his team crushed  their opponents within three days at Kensington Oval last weekend was in no way a surprise to Barbados captain Kirk Edwards.
“I expected it to be an easy win. I thought we could have finished it a bit earlier. I expected it to be clinical,” Edwards told MIDWEEK SPORT?following Barbados’ 189-run victory over the CCC.
Edwards was, however, concerned about the number of extras conceded through no-balls and admitted to being disappointed at losing specialist wicketkeeper Jamal Smith to injury on the first day of the match. He was quick, however, to praise the work done by stand-in ’keeper Jonathan Carter.
 
Read full story in today’s MIDWEEK NATION.

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