Having gone into the match as underdogs, Anguilla’s dramatic victory saw them pick up a cheque for $10,000 after beating the strongly fancied Antigua and Barbuda by two wickets in front of a big crowd at the Caribe Lumber Ballpark.
Facing the eight-time winners of the tournament, Anguilla lost the toss and were asked to bowl first, Antigua and Barbuda posting 273-9; Hughes the pick of the bowlers with figures of 3-51 from 10 overs.
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Written by Chris Stonor.
The November edition of All Out Cricket magazine carries a feature on a familiar face at the County Ground, with AOC catching up with Derbyshire's 2011 Clubman of the Year Andy Lewis; who reveals his amazing story of over 30 years service to the club despite being visually impaired.
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The squad will make for the Caribbean on Monday, 11th March to return on Saturday, 23rd March after an intense period of warm weather preparation for the new season.
The trip marks the fourth consecutive year that Derbyshire have toured Barbados following successful tours in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
A combination of English and local opposition are set to take part in the schedule which will see Derbyshire contest a brace of two-day fixtures, a 40 over match and the showpiece Twenty20 tournament at the Kensington Oval.
While they would support head coach Karl Krikken in strengthening their squad, neither he nor ‘Krik’ had any intention of tearing up the blueprint which had brought them success by blowing the playing budget on a couple of marquee signings.
So far the Club has been as good as their word. In the last couple of weeks the young players who contributed hugely towards the winning of the Division Two title, including Dan Redfern, Tom Poynton, Wes Durston, Ross Whiteley and Jon Clare, have been rewarded with new and improved contracts.
Both have been plying their trade in the Zimbabwean domestic competition since the start of October, and the flashes of brilliance both showed during the limited-overs fixtures have been well and truly eclipsed by the performances of both on days 1 and 2 of their first four day contest.
Slater, opening the batting against the Mashonoland Eagles, made 89 in an innings that included nine boundaries, struck all over the billiard table outfield of the Harare Sports Club.
When Slater was finally dismissed in the 70th over as the fourth man out, it meant Burgoyne came to the crease; and the Denby born all-rounder showed no signs of nerves on his first class debut.
Find out more about the Derbyshire skipper spending his time coaching – but not the sport of cricket.
Also find out Wayne’s motivation for bulking up in the gym, which England fast bowler he’s looking forward to facing next season and why he’d like to see one of the world’s top tennis stars face the red ball.
The Derbyshire all-rounder contributed cameo contributions of 15*, 14* and 22 during the Karp Group Hong Kong Sixes tournament at Kowloon Cricket Club. But he couldn’t prevent England from crashing out on Day 1 of the tournament following defeats to hosts Honk Kong and to eventual winners South Africa.
England, who began the competition brightly with a ten wicket victory over Australia, also lost to the Netherlands in their Plate Semi Final on Sunday, a match in which Whiteley didn’t feature.
South Africa, meanwhile, romped past Hong Kong and Pakistan to lift the trophy for the second time in four years.
With the well-earned fanfare that the Derbyshire class of 2012 are enjoying after the historic achievement of their first promotion into the top tier of the LV=County Championship, I thought it appropriate to look back at the championship campaign as a whole, and the five season-defining moments that came along the way (if you can’t reminisce after a season like this one, when can you!).
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