Cordel Jack cops multiple awards at SVGCA Inc ceremony
Cordel Jack was called to the presentation lectern several times last Saturday night at the Arnos Vale Sporting Complex, during the St Vincent and the Grenadines Cricket Association Inc (SVGCA) Annual Awards and Gala Dinner.
Among Jackâs accolades were the Phernel Charles Local Female Cricketer of the Year and the Cinda Bobb Regional Cricketer of the Year awards.
During the year, Jack accumulated 446 runs, batting for United Survivors Cricket Club, in the local womenâs 40-over competition.
Inclusive of her tally were three centuries and one half-century.
Jack went on to play for the first combined Windward Islands, in the regional 50-over competition. She was her teamâs leading batter and registered the highest individual score for the Windward Islands.
Jack, 35, is a former West Indies player, who made her debut for St Vincent and the Grenadines in 2001.
She earned her West Indies call-up in 2004 at the Under-23 level. One year later, Jack got her full international assignment with the senior outfit against
South Africa in the womenâs World Cup.
Jack last represented the West Indies in 2010, after playing in 20 One Day Internationals and 13 Twenty/20 Internationals.
Playing supporting roles to Jack last Saturday night, were her teammate Sherma Wright and Garifuna Starsâ Juliana Nero.
Wright scalped the most wickets â 12, at an average of 11.42 runs, while Nero was the Best All-rounder.
Nero compiled 319 runs and captured 11 wickets.
The efforts of Jack and Wright helped United Survivors to win the 40-over title, ahead of Garifuna Stars and JG Tigress, in that order.