Cricket: Catalogue of calamity: First West Indies test
Friday 30 January 1998
10.12: Curtly Ambrose hits Alec Stewart on the shoulder. Physiotherapist Wayne Morton comes on to the field to treat the injury.
10.14: Michael Atherton out.
10.16: Mark Butcher out first ball.
10.25: Stewart edges a ball from Walsh short of Carl Hooper at second slip.
10.27: West Indies appeal for a catch off Stewart by the wicketkeeper David Williams from the bowling of Walsh.
10.32: Nasser Hussain hit on the right hand by Ambrose. Morton back on the field.
10.39: Nasser Hussain out.
10.47: Graham Thorpe hit on left forearm by Walsh. Morton on.
10.51: Stewart hit on the left hand by an Ambrose no-ball. Morton on.
10.57: Stewart hit on the right hand by Ambrose. Morton on again.
10.59: Non-striker Stewart and Walsh, who is about to bowl the 11th over, discuss the situation.
11.00: Thorpe hit on the right hand by Walsh. Morton returns to the field.
11.01: Umpire Steve Bucknor calls for the drinks trolley. Atherton comes on to the field to talk to the West Indies captain, Brian Lara.
11.05: Match referee Barry Jarman takes the field to talk to the two umpires, Steve Bucknor and Srinivas Venkataraghavan.
11.08: The two captains join in the discussion.
11.11: The players, umpires and match referee leave the field.
12.20: Tannoy announces that the Test match has been abandoned.
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