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U-19 World Cup: Earthquake felt at Eire-Zimbabwe match | Cricket Information

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TAROUBA: An earthquake was felt through the U19 World Cup match between Zimbabwe and Eire right here on the Queen’s Park Oval.
An earthquake off the coast of Port of Spain had despatched gentle tremors on the stadium whereas Zimbabwe was batting in opposition to Eire on the ongoing event, reported ESPNcricinfo.
It didn’t influence the play however the commentators did speak concerning the tremors they skilled through the dwell broadcast.

As per a report in ESPNcricinfo, Eire spinner Matthew Humphreys was bowling the fifth ball of the sixth over to Brian Bennett and it was then that the front-on digicam confirmed the environment shaking furiously.
Eire beat Zimbabwe by eight wickets to seal their path by to the Plate Last, the place they are going to face the United Arab Emirates.
Jack Dickson and Tim Tector placed on a batting masterclass with a 159-run partnership and Muzamil Sherzad took 5 wickets as Eire comfortably beat Zimbabwe by eight wickets to succeed in the Plate Last.

Zimbabwe received the toss in Port of Spain and elected to bat however they made a sluggish begin, with Matthew Welch run out for a nine-ball duck and captain Emmanuel Bawa trapped lbw by Matthew Humphreys for 4.
Steven Saul (24) and Brian Bennett (37) placed on 52 for the third wicket earlier than Saul was clear bowled by Humphrey, whereas Bennett turned the primary of Sherzad’s victims eight overs later.
David Bennett hit three boundaries in his 35 however he had little assist down the order, as Zimbabwe have been finally dismissed for 166 in 48.4 overs.
Sherzad was the decide of the Eire bowlers, taking his event wicket tally to 13 with 5 for 20.

Zimbabwe made an equally robust begin with the ball, as Mcgini Dube had Nathan McGuire caught in simply the third over for six.
Joshua Cox then adopted McGuire again to the pavilion as he was trapped lbw by Tendekai Mataranyika for a duck however Eire shortly settled down.
However Dickson and skipper Tector shortly developed a partnership they usually went on to see Eire over the road, with Dickson ending 78 not out and Tector 76 not out in an unbeaten third-wicket stand of 159.

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