Saturday, 16 March 2013

Mini-session Analysis 1st Test, WI Zim, Bridgetown Barbados 2013

Here is the final mini-session analysis for the first test between West Indies and Zimbabwe at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados

A mini-session is (normally) half a session, either between the start of the session and the drinks break or the drinks break and the end of the session. Occasionally a long session will have 3 mini-sessions where it will be broken up with 2 drinks breaks.

Mini-SessionScoreWinner
1-1aZimbabwe 30/1 off 14West Indies
1-1bZimbabwe 61/1 off 13Zimbabwe
1-2aZimbabwe 38/2 off 15West Indies
1-2bZimbabwe 33/2 off 15West Indies
1-3aZimbabwe 34/1 off 15.5draw
1-3bZimbabwe 15/3 off 3.5Zimbabwe
West Indies 18/2 off 11
2-1aWest Indies 63/1 off 9.3West Indies
2-1bWest Indies 63/2 off 20.1Zimbabwe
2-2aWest Indies 73/1 off 15.2West Indies
2-2bWest Indies 48/1 off 15West Indies
2-3aWest Indies 42/3 off 13.2Zimbabwe
2-3bZimbabwe 41/3 off 14West Indies
3-1aZimbabwe 36/3 off 16West Indies
3-1bZimbabwe 30/4 off 10.2West Indies
West Indies 9/1 off 3

Final update, click here
West Indies win the match by 9 wickets and the mini-session count 9 - 4


Lunch, Day 1: The mini-session count is tied up, 1-1

A reasonable start from Mawoyo, it's good to see him hitting some form again. - Mykuhl

Stumps, Day 1: West Indies lead the mini-session count 3-2

When Kyle Jarvis was playing for Central Districts he produced a couple of magic spells. This is certainly a good start from him.

Lunch, Day 2: West Indies lead the mini-session count 4-3

Zimbabwe have an opening here. If they can wrap up the tail cheaply they could be back in this match.

Final drinks, Day 2: West Indies lead the mini-session count 6-4

Darren Sammy is an interesting cricketer. Not quite a batsman, not quite a bowler, and yet he's capable of turning a match with either. That was a sensational innings in the context of this match.

Stumps, Day 2: West Indies lead the mini-session count 7-4

Things are suddenly looking very grim for Zimbabwe. They desperately need a big partnership.

End of match, Day 3: West Indies lead the mini-session count 9-4

The big partnership never came. Shane Shillingford has done this to a couple of teams now, he's starting to look a little like West Indies version of Abdul Rehman, generally doesn't look particularly special, but has days where he is almost unplayable. Despite generally being good at playing spin, the Zimbabwe batsmen were all at sea against him here.

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