Arnos Vale, St. Vincent – Police Two, off the back of a scintillating performance last weekend when they swept aside Victors One, now have renewed aspirations of catching the current Premier Division leaders, Flow Radcliffe, and in so doing disturb the status quo that had been established over the previous seven weeks of competition. These were the words of Rickford Walker who played a pivotal role in Police Two’s last outing with the tournament’s highest individual score to date, 170. Not scheduled for this weekend, Walker expressed his pleasure of achieving his personal best individual score and noted that Police Two will stay focused on winning the division and pay close attention to the results from this coming weekend.
Down for decision this weekend in the Premier Division, Flow Radcliffe, whose lead at the top has been reduced to twenty points, will take on Victors One, who are desperate of putting in a much better showing, when they meet at Arnos Vale One. Match two of the Premier division for March 7th and 8th brings together Team Rivals versus Guardian General Saints at Sion Hill.
In the National Lotteries 50 overs First Division for Sunday 8th March, defending champions CJ Julius Anthony MSDA Northern Stars will fight for their survival when they battle Radcliffe Too at Arnos Vale Two. The French Verandah SVG Community College will be in a similar survival scuffle when they engage Smashers at Stubbs, while Vee Jay’s Roof Top and Bar North Windward will look to consolidate their final position in Group A when they play at London against Police One, who is in search of a win to improve their hopes of a quarter-final spot.
And in the National Female division 40 overs competition, matches on for Saturday 7th March, CJ Julius Anthony MSDA Northern Girls come up against JG Tigress and Sons at Buccament while the National Under 15 male team lock horns with United Survivors at Arnos Vale Two.
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