Bookmark Jamaica-Gleaner.com
Go-Jamaica Gleaner Classifieds Discover Jamaica Youth Link Jamaica
Business Directory Go Shopping inns of jamaica Local Communities

Home
Lead Stories
News
Business
Sport
Commentary
Letters
Entertainment
Social
Caribbean
International
The Star
E-Financial Gleaner
Overseas News
The Voice
Communities
Hospitality Jamaica
Google
Web
Jamaica- gleaner.com

Archives
1998 - Now (HTML)
1834 - Now (PDF)
Services
Find a Jamaican
Library
Live Radio
Weather
Subscriptions
News by E-mail
Newsletter
Print Subscriptions
Interactive
Chat
Dating & Love
Free Email
Guestbook
ScreenSavers
Submit a Letter
WebCam
Weekly Poll
About Us
Advertising
Gleaner Company
Contact Us
Other News
Stabroek News

Bernard, Baugh in form
published: Friday | November 4, 2005


BAUGH

DAVID BERNARD Jr., Carlton Baugh Jr. and Dwight Stewart shared the spotlight on yesterday's opening day of Jamaica's first practice match at Melbourne Oval.

In preparation for Jamaica's defence of the Carib Beer Series and Challenge Shield four-day titles which bowls off on November 25, West Indies batsmen Bernard scored 76 and Baugh 73 not out while Stewart took four wickets in Tamar Lambert's XI 291 for seven against Gareth Breese's XI.

Bernard, who hit six fours and two sixes from 146 balls, and Baugh, who struck four fours and one six off 119 deliveries, batted well in a 128-run sixth wicket stand.

Xavier Marshall, another Test player, made 40 at the top of the innings while Brenton Parchment scored 12.

Apart from Stewart's 4-44 off 17 overs, Jerome Taylor bowled 14 overs and took 1-53, Odean Brown claimed 1-45 and Leon Bent 1-19.

Andrew Richardson bowled impressively but ended the day wicketless in 11 overs, which cost him 24 runs, as did Nikita Miller (0-44 off 17 overs).

Action continues this morning at 10:00.

More Sport



Print this Page

Letters to the Editor

Most Popular Stories
















Copyright 1997-2005 Gleaner Company Ltd.
Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Letters to the Editor | Suggestions | Add our RSS feed
Home - Jamaica Gleaner