Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Shane on song


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Little?Shane Dowrich stood tall at Kensington Oval yesterday.
The Barbados wicketkeeper/batsman, however, might have been a little disappointed after narrowly missing out on a maiden first-class century.
Dowrich, one of a record five former Combermere students in the national side, was left stranded on 95 when he ran out of partners on the second day of the WICB Regional Four-day match against the Leeward Islands.
His effort helped Barbados gain a significant lead of 179, lifting the hosts to 317 in reply to Leewards’ modest 138.
Barbados will be fancying their chances of completing victory today when the opponents resume their second innings on 121 for five, still trailing by 58.
Here, Dowrich hits over the top.

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