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Masters Cricket moving on


Another six matches were completed last weekend in the Masters Cricket Competition.{{more}}

Gaining victories were Sion Hill, Ajuba, Stubbs, Police, Kingstown and Bequia.

Sion Hill defeated SVG Cooperative Bank P’tani by 10 wickets. P’tani was dismissed for 57. Brian Davis was the pick of the bowlers with 3 for 14. Andrew Bramble and Augustine Victory took two wickets each.

Sion Hill responded with 58 for no loss off 7.5 overs. Joe Horne, 27 not out, and Colbert Sutherland, 24 not out, as Sion Hill cantered to victory.

Ajuba beat Buccament Valley Masters by 62 runs Ajuba batted first and scored 183 for 8 off 20 their overs. Ike Jeffrey, 36, Walliston Stapleton and Jamal Jeffrey both scored 35.

Cornelius Fredericks bagged 4 for 46, bowling for Buccament, who at their turn made 121 all out. Conrod Jack hit 45 and Cornelius Frederick, 24.

Stubbs humbled C.K.Greaves Vintage Arnos Vale by 56 runs. Former St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Windwards and West Indies A team batsman, Dawnley Joseph cracked 53 in Stubbs’ total of 129 for 7 off 20 overs.

Pat Warner and Elson Crick took two wickets each, bowling for Arnos Vale. Arnos Vale labored to 73 for 6 off 20 overs, with Ted Roberts making 28, as Godfrey Brewster grabbed 4 for 15.

Police had a two wicket triumph over Joyette’s Auto/Slater Development Pastures.

Pastures got to 136 all out off 20 overs. Anthony Trimmingham, 35, and Robert Hackshaw, 25, were the main contributors.

Elgin Richards took 3 for 32, with Elvis Browne and Parnel Browne , both taking two wickets each for the lawmen.

In response, Police made 138 for 8, led by Gosnel Cupid’s 34 and Jeffrey Laborde, 20.

Frederick Trimingham had figures of 3 for 28 and Ardon Hall, 3 for 20, in a losing effort for Pastures.

The other two scheduled matches were decided by the default route, as Log Enterprises Kingstown won from Dasent Cottage and Bequia rode the seas to win without any sweat against London. (RT)