Barbados cricket captain Kirk Edwards says he is not too disappointed with his team’s performance after losing to Trinidad and Tobago in their final preliminary round match of the regional super50 tournament on Sunday.
The 41 run defeat also saw the Bajans being edged out of a spot in the semi-final phase of the competition scheduled to take place in Barbados April 18 and 19.
“As far as our cricket is concerned, I’m not too disappointed in the way the guys played,” said Edwards. “We just have to keep learning and go forward from here”.
Barbados were in a strong position at one stage as Trinidad and Tobago tottered on five runs for three wickets.
However a fourth wicket partnership of 170 between captain Denesh who scored 134 and Jason Mohammed 63 rescued the Trinidadians.
“I thought it was a good game. All credit to Ramdin, he rode his luck, he had a few chances as well,” the Barbados captain said.
“It was good to see that he’s improving all the time. That’s only a positive for West Indies cricket”.
Trinidad and Tobago and Barbados were scheduled to start their four-day fixture on Wednesday.