Police Two continued to act on proper surveillance, as they made yet another arrest in the NLA Premier Division on the weekend gone. This time around, Team Rivals were the team to be on the bad side of the law, losing by 10 wickets. Police Two totalled 284 for 3 declared in just 33.3 overs. Desron Maloney hammered 120 not out that included five sixes and nine boundaries. Marcus John 62 and Andrew Thomas 50 also contributed to the onslaught of the Team Rivals bowlers. Dillon Douglas 2 for 97 was Team Rivals’ best bowler. Team Rivals, the Premier Division front runners up to last weekend, replied with 160 when their innings closed. Randel Williams top scored with 48 while Harley Skerritt added 23. Sylvan Spencer 2 for 34 and Desron Maloney 2 for 35 got amongst the wickets for Police Two. Asked to follow on, Team Rivals fared worst, as they totalled 128. Dillon Douglas 70 and Asif Hooper 22 were the main contributors. Andrew Thomas 3 for 17 and Kevin Abraham 2 for 31 did the damage for the lawmen this time around. With only 5 runs for victory, the Police Two unit gained maximum points.
In the only National Lotteries Authority 50 overs Sunday League game to be played on Sunday May 28th, Radcliffe Too had a 109 runs win over Triumph United at the Park Hill playing field. Radcliffe Too scored 212 all out in 31.1 overs. Denison Hoyte led the way with 92 while Anthoneil Browne added 31. Radcliffe Two crashed from 206 for 5 to be all out for 212. Rohan Ash bagged 5 for 39 while Donroy Sampson and Felix Greaves picked up 2 for 21 and 2 for 42 respectively. Triumph United in reply could only manage 103 all out in 19.3 overs. Andrew Gasglow scored 25. 4 for 33 by Shawn Browne and 4 for 43 from Imran Smith sealed the victory for Radcliffe Too.
The other three 50 overs Sunday League games were abandoned with a ball being bowled due to rain. Combined Youths were to play Prime Consulting Marriaqua at Buccament, Strike Eagles were to come up against Providence Electronic Solutions North Leeward at Arnos Vale Two while Belfongo and French Verandah SVG Community College were to go head to head at Stubbs.
The weekend of June 3rd and 4th has five matches down for decision. In the NLA Premier Division Guardian General Saints will tackle Police Two at Arnos Vale One while Flow Radcliffe face off with Victors One at Sion Hill.
On Sunday June 4th, the last three first round games in the NLA 50 overs Sunday League will be played. Defending Champions Smashers will meet Victors Two at Arnos Vale Two, Ruddy’s Electrical Unique Warriors plays Combine Youths at Stubbs while Edward Conliffe Belfongo take on a St. Vincent Cooperative Bank Glamorgan United at Buccament.