Trinidad & Tobago were struggling on 29 for four after 10 overs against Combined Campuses & Colleges †in the first Day/Night semi-final of the WICB Super50 championship at Kensington Oval tonight.
When Barbados TODAY went live tonight fast bowler Kesrick Williams had captured three of those wickets.
Earlier the CCC scored 232 for seven off 50 overs after winning the toss.
Nineteen-year-old opener Anthony Alleyne, in only his second match in the tournament, top-scored with 99 before he was given out leg before wicket by umpire Patrick Gustard as he tried to turn off-spinner Sherwin Ganga through the on-side. Television replays showed the ball had pitched outside leg stump.
Left-hander Alleyne, one of seven Barbadians in the CCC team, faced 139 balls and struck eight fours.
Alleyne and another Barbadian, Nekoli Parris, who made 43 off 60 balls with three fours and one six, added 83 in 20.4 overs for the fourth wicket.
Left-arm spinner Yannick Ottley was the leading wicket-taker for Trinidad with three for 37 off ten overs, while leg-spinner Imran Khan took two for 37 off ten overs and Ganga, two for 39 off 9.5 overs.††