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Masters reach quarter final stage


Ptani Masters beat C. K. Greaves Arnos Vale Masters by 40 runs as the Masters 20/20 Cricket tournament continued last weekend. Ptani Masters scored 120 for 6 in 20 overs with Walford Ambris, 56, and Adolphus Campbell, 28, being the main contributors.

Tedd Roberts, 2 for 15, and Leroy Glasgow, 2 for 22, were the wicket takers for Arnos Vale.{{more}}

Arnos Vale crawled to 80 for 9 from 20 overs. Monty Warner, 21, was the main stay.

Augustus Mofford, 3 for 1 from 3 overs, and Austin Douglas, 3 for 6 from 4 overs, did the damage for Ptani.

Barrouallie Masters 125 for 8 from 20 overs, with Cecil Gordon, 21, Noel Samuel, 20, and Osbert Young, 20 not out, beat P.H. Veira Masters by 24 runs. Cecil Charles, 4 for 22, and Bradley Brooker, 3 for 10, were the strike bowlers for Kingstown Masters.

Kingstown Masters fell for 101 for 7 from 20 overs.

Brooker, 25, turned in a fair all round performance, and Brian Alexander, 21, tried to overhaul the total. But Winston Hazelwood, 3 for 18, supported by Man of the Match Osbert Young, 2 for 19, diffused the Kingstown charge.

Stubbs Masters, powered by an all round performance from Man of the Match Christopher Campbell, secured an eight-wicket win over Police Masters. Campbell bagged 3 for 4 from 3 overs and hit 30 not out.

Police Masters were bundled out for 55 in 12.3 overs. Allan John, 16, was the only Police player to offer any resistance.

Stubbs rattled up 56 for 2 from 8.5 overs.

Ajuba Masters beat South Leeward by 85 runs at Buccament Playing Field.

Ajuba Masters made 151 for 8 from 20 overs.

Man of the Match Gemel Jeffrey, 50, supported by David Ellis/Porter, 43, and Selwin Gould, 34, contributed to the Ajuba total.

South Leeward struggled to 66 for 8 from 20 overs. They were undermined by Federal Jeffrey who bagged 4 for 14.

Belfongo Masters trounced North Windward Combined at the London Playing Field.

Belfongo piled up 215 for 6 from 20 overs. They were led by Man of the Match, Junior Bacchus, 53. Tommy King, 42, Theo Huggins, 34, and Curtis King, 21, also contributed to the rampage.

North Windward reached 99 for 8 from 20 overs, with David Nero, 24, and Selwyn Lavia, 23, the principal scorers.

Junior Bacchus, 2 for 18 from three overs, enhanced his claim for the award. Samuel Holder and Curtis King with 2 for 16 from 4 overs and 2 for 16 from 4 overs respectively, also contributed to their team’s victory.

Six quarter-final places have been determined. Mr. Cool Masters, Ajuba Masters and Barrouallie Masters have qualified from Zone A, along Ptani Masters, C.K. Greaves Arnos Vale Masters, and Belfongo Masters from Zone B. The two other spots will be decided during this weekend’s fixtures.