Photo: West Indies captain Jason Holder plays a shot through the onside during his inningg of 30 not out in the first innings of the firts Test against Pakistan in the Brighto Paints presents the Q Mobile Cup Series being played at Sabina Park,
Pakistan held the advantage over the West Indies after day one of the first Test in the Brighto Paints presents the Q Mobile Cup Series, being played at Sabina Park, after they reduced the home team to 244/7 at stumps on a day when only 81 overs were possible due to bad light.
Photo: West Idies Test captain Jason Holder
Jamaica’s most historic international cricket ground, Sabina Park, will host its 50th Test match today when the West Indies takes on Pakistan in the first of a three match Test Series beginning at 10am.
Two other Test venues in the region have reached that milestone, The Kensington Oval in Barbados and the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad and Tobago.
Photo: Kl Rahul raises his bat after reaching his third test century in only his sixth test match at Sabina Park on Sunday. Rahul went on to make 158 as India closed on 357/5, leading by 162 runs after day 2.
India continued to dominate on day 2 of the second Test match against the West Indies at Sabina Park after century maker Kl Rahul's patient 158 runs ensured the Indians stayed on top with a 162 runs lead. With 5 wicket remaining in the first innings and a score of 357/5 at stumps on day 2, the visitors will be looking to go for the kill on day 3.
All systems are in place for the start of the 2nd leg of the Test Cricket series between the West Indies and India at Sabina Park in Kingston. The action gets underway this Saturday July 30 and runs until August 3.
Plans were outlined at a media launch held Wednesday July 27 at Sabina Park. Among those in attendance at the launch were Sports and Culture Minister Olivia ‘Babsy’ Grange, Director of Tourism Paul Pennicook, Charge d’ Affairs at the India High Commission Subbalaskshmi Mohan and executives of the Jamaica Cricket Association.
Photo: Andre Russell had a man of the match performance as the Jamaica Tallawahs made it three straight home wins at Sabina Park in the Hero CPL at Sabina Park on Monday night. Ruseell scored 44 runs to help guide the Tallawahs to 158/7 before returning to claim four wickets as the Trinbago Knight Riders were restricted to 139/8 from their 20 overs.
Photo: Tamika West of Tallawahs sponsors Appleton, Andre Russell, Krishmar Santokie and Kamal Powell Senior Sponsorship Manager at league sponsors Digicel, at the arrival of the Jamaica Tallawahs at the Norman Manley Airport in Kingston on Sunday.
Jamaica Tallawahs are home and ready to play in front there home supporters for the first time this season in the HERO Caribbean Premier League (CPL). Starting today, they will play four matches in a six days with the hopes of claiming maximum points at Sabina Park.
Photo: Steven Smith scored 199 and 54 not out to set up the massive Australia win by 277 runs over the West Indies at Sabina Park inside four days as the tourists ran out 2-0 series winners.
Australia won the second Test against the West Indies by a margin of 277 runs, inside four days at Sabina Park to win the series 2-0 and retain the Sir Frank Worrell Trophy.