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Barath back in action today
Fit again T&T player Adrian Barath will be back in action today, when he takes part in the national 50-over trial match at the National Cricket Centre (NCC) today.
Barath, speaking to T&T Guardian yesterday said he has fully recovered from his bruised thumb that has kept him out of action this season so far. The pint-sized powerhouse has signed fro Queen’s Park after spending seven years at Clarke Road United but could not take part in their first two matches due to his injured thumb.
“The thumb injury is fully taken care off now and I will be in action at the National trials this week. I am looking forward to getting some good scores at the trial matches to get back into the national team for the First Class and 50 overs tournament and then hope to address the West Indies selectors from that position with consistent scores.”
Barath, who set the place afire with a century on Test debut against Australia has been beset by injuries ever since and is now looking forward to an extended run. “I am looking to play for quite a while and hopefully have no injury worries so that I can focus on making runs.”
Barath says he is greatful for the years at Clarke Road but Queen’s Park is now his calling. “I spent seven years at Clarke Road and enjoyed very minute of it. I have now decided to take up a new challenge and this is why I decided to go to Queen’s Park. It is closer to home and hence it would be easier to get to practice and matches.
“Queen’s Park is a great team and I am looking forward to being around the club and making my contribution in taking them to titles. At this point in time I am looking to develop my cricket further and I think that Queen’s Park has fallen into that equation nicely for me.”
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