Arnos Vale, St. Vincent – Guardian General Saints stemmed the wave of dominance that streamed through the realms of the Flow sponsored Premier Division teams last weekend, when they walked away with first innings honors from Flow Rivals, as Flow Radcliffe maintained their run of form, earning first innings points in their drawn match on the weekend gone.
At the Sion Hill Playing field, Flow Radcliffe held off a stern challenge for Police Two to come away with first innings points. Police Two batted first and got up to 188 all out mainly due to a well compiled 75 from Wicketkeeper batsman Salvan Browne. Asif Hooper was again imposing with the ball for Flow Radcliffe bagging 5 for 69 while Delorn Johnson chiped in with 2 for 22. Flow Radcliffe were in the precarious position of 65 for 5 before their lower order wagged and wagged well, taking their team to 240 all out. Shamon Hooper and Othniel Lewis both contributed 47 each. Romario Bibby produced the early fire for Police Two as he took 4 for 40. Behind by 52 runs on first innings, Police Two were 90 for 5 when the match was called. Andrew Thomas was not out 40 while bowling for Flow Radcliffe Rasheed Fredericks 3 for 29 and Asif Hooper 2 for 28 had taken the five wickets to fall.
At the Arnos Vale Playing Field, Guardian Genaral Saints won on first innings from Flow Rivals. Flow Rivals led by the 2019 Local cricketer of the Year, Lindon James, who made 64, ended their turn at the crease on 194 for 9. Jaheil Walter 2 for 20 and Jeremy Layne 2 for 46 were Guardian Genaral Saints main wicket takers. Romel Currency then stepped up and led from the front with the season’s second century, 109, as Guardian General Saints got up to 200 for 7 when the match was called off. Olanzo Jackson had taken 4 for 89 bowling fof Flow Rivals.
In the National Lotteries fifty overs first Division competition, the French Verandah SVG Community College and Keegan’s Bequia XI chalked up their second consecutive wins in their respective groups in contrasting styles.
At the Arnos Vale Two playing field, the French Verandah SVG Community College fought tooth and nail to edge Police One by nine runs. The college lads scored 246 all out in 39.2 overs behind a 4th wicket partnership of 108 between Tilron Harry 71 and Rayshone Durrant 67. Donson Andrews grabbed 5 for 66 and Parnel Browne 3 for 30 with the ball for Police One, who were reeling at 3 for 3. Vertil Davis 71 and Parnel Browne 58 then took control but could not see the Police unit over the line as they were dismissed for 237 in 39.5 overs. Azar Williams 5 for 51 and Aleon Ceasar 3 for 54 bowled well of the college unit.
At Buccament, Keegan’s Bequia XI over came Victors Two by 51 runs. Keegan’s Bequia XI made 162 all out in 30.1 overs, led once again by Orlando Lavia who made 48. Kishore Shallow who was belatedly introduced into the attack for Victors Two bagged 5 for 17 while Ian Allen took 3 for 27. Victors Two in reply were restricted to 111 all out in 21.2 over. Jenry Ollivierre was the chief destroyer of the Victors Two Innings taking 5 for 15.
Also in the First Division Sunday, C.J Jules Anthony MSDA Northern Stars bounce back to winning ways with a four wickets win over Coreas Distribution Belfongo at Cumberland. Renrick Williams 50 and Andre Hunte 44 took Coreas Distribution Belfongo to 169 all out in 29.1 overs. Maxwell Edwards returned the figures of 6 for 37 with the ball for C.J Jules Anthony MSDA Northern Stars, who lost six wickets on route to 170 in 28.5 overs, with Mcleon Williams 45, Newborn Joseph 33 and Allison Samuel 24 not out, guiding them to victory.
North Windward Combine had the better of Radcliffe Two at London by 74 runs. North Windward Combine made 126 all out in 22.4 overs with Shem Browne scoring 41. Daveian Barnum took 3 for 37 bowling for Radcliffe Two who could only manage 52 all out in reply. Twin Brothers Kerwin Williams 3 for 4 and Erwin Williams 3 for 10 were too much for Radcliffe two to handle.
And Vee Jay Roof top and Bar North Windward defeated Strike Eagles by 80 runs at Stubbs. Vee Jay Roof top and Bar North Windward blasted 176 all out in 22.4 overs, mainly due to 49 from Mickron Mc Donald. Tyson Richards 3 for 16 and Chris Humphery 3 for 35 got amonst the wickets for Strike Eagles who were dismissed for 96 in 22.3 overs. Kevin Peters stroked 43. Jernoth Brackin 5 for 17 recked the Strike Eagles innings.
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