Trinidad and Tobago need 111 to win against Canada
Canada rallied late in the innings to reach 110-8 against Trinidad and Tobago in Match 1 of the West Indies Board’s Caribbean T20 Tournament at Kensington Oval on Thursday afternoon. Trinidad and Tobago will need to make 111 in 20 overs to secure four points.
Canada were in trouble at one stage on 61-5 in the 14th over but some powerful hitting by the lower middle-order saw them to their eventual score. The best knock was 37 from experienced left-hander Geoff Barnett, who smashed two sixes and two fours; while Zubin Sukari, hit a six and two fours in his 26. Sukari added 42 for the sixth wicket with Umar Bhatti, who ended on 17 not out.
The leading bowler for Trinidad and Tobago was left-arm spinner Dave Mohammed who ended with 2-10 from his four overs while seamer Kieron Pollard took 2-23 from three overs.