Left-arm bowler Raymon Reifer has offered a robust case for stepping into the taking part in XI, when West Indies play towards England within the upcoming Test sequence. The 29-year-old bagged 5 wickets in a span of 11 deliveries on day two of the West Indies’ intra-squad match at Emirates Old Trafford.
He prouduced an inspiring spell and wreaked havoc on Jason Holder’s XI, whereas taking part in for Kraigg Brathwaite’s XI. After batting first, the latter scored 275, whereas the opposition have been in a robust place at 95/2, when Reifer got here to the occasion.
He eliminated Nkrumah Bonner, Joshua da Silva, Holder, Sheyne Moseley and Rahkeem Cornwall to go away the opposition reeling at 111/7. Later they have been dismissed for 193. He ended up with figures of 5/37.
SCORE UPDATE: Holder’s XI have barely collapsed right here in Manchester! 😨
They are presently 117-7 (35 Overs)
Bonner, Da Silva, J. Holder, Moseley and Cornwall wickets have all fell for the reason that lunch break!
Reifer is having a day with the ball; figures: 9-1-37-5#MenInMaroon 🌴 pic.twitter.com/40zGth0rWM
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West Indies quick bowler Shannon Gabriel is ready to affix the Test squad having regained his tempo and health, head coach Phil Simmons had mentioned.
The 32-year-old right-arm fast arrived in England as certainly one of 11 reserve gamers, with doubts about his health following an ankle harm.
Simmons informed British media on Monday Gabriel might be a part of the touring occasion and that he was trying match.
“The last week he’s been at full tilt and he looks fit,” added Simmons. “He’s bowling as fast as I’ve seen him for a while so he’s ready and close enough to the Test match.”