Arnos Vale, St. Vincent – With only three more round of matches to go in the National Lotteries Premier Division, is there any stopping FLOW Radcliffe? Probably not, as they have a 35 points distance between them and their closest rival. Captain of the Flow Radcliffe unit, Asif Hooper, outlined that “staying focus and not to become complacent at the task at hand, is what his team will be working on to ensure they complete the job.” Hooper’s goal of 50 wickets is 15 scalps away and this would also play an important role in ensuring Flow Radcliffe winning the 2020 Premier Division. Flow Radcliffe will square off against their other organization unit and closest combatant, Flow Rivals at the Park Hill Playing field, in one of two Premier Division matches this weekend. The other match would see Police Two against Victors One outfit at the Sion Hill Playing Field.
In the National Lotteries 50 overs First Division, it’s down to crunch time, as teams eye one of the quarter-final places up for grabs, with the first round nearing its end. Matches for Sunday 1st March, Pollard Investments North Windward Combine and Corea’s Distribution Belfongo go in search of another vital four points which will secure them one of the quarter-final spots from Group B, when they meet at Stubbs.
CJ Jules Anthony MSDA Northern Stars can eliminate Victors Two when they clash at Buccament while the hard hitters of Smashers and Strike Eagles will attempt to follow suit Dan Williams and score an individual triple-figure score when they meet at Arnos Vale Two.
Dan Willams was pleased to score the first century in the 2020 first division competition and thinks his team, Keegan’s Bequia XI have a very good chance to win the competition.
The National Female division 40 overs matches on for Saturday 29th February, brings together the National U15 Boys team and JG Tigress & Sons at Arnos Vale Two.
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