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Police take it all

Police take it all


RSVG Police secured the Log Enterprises SVG Masters Winner Takes it All Knock Out title with a six wicket win over Log Enterprises Kingstown last Sunday afternoon at the Stubbs Playing Field.{{more}}

Kingstown made 131 for 6 off their 20 overs. Colin Shoy slammed 87 not out, striking seven sixes and four fours. Shoy revived the innings, as at one point, Kingstown was 52 for 4 in the 12th over. Sigmund Allen took 2 for 13 for the lawmen.

In reply, Police reached 132 for 4 in 19.4 overs.

Parnel Browne scored 58, before he was needlessly run out and the in form Gosnel Cupid hit 29 and Trevor Bailey compiled a patient 23 not out.

Both teams had played unbeaten leading up to Sunday’s final.

They reached the final with semi finals victories on Saturday.

Police advanced to the final with a comfortable 75 run win over Sion Hill.

Oneil Thomas scored 71 and Gosnel Cupid, 44, piloted Police to 185 for 5 from their 20 overs. Sylvester Vanloo snapped up 4 for 51.

Sion Hill got to 110 for 9 from their 20, with Augustine Victory making 30.

Bowling for Police, Sammy Francis took 3 for 25 and Elvis Browne, 2 for 14.

Kingstown, though, had a hard fight to overcome CK Greaves Vintage Arnos Vale, in their quest for the title.

Arnos Vale scored 138 for 9 from their 20 overs, with Stephen Gibson leading the way with 54.

Kingstown, without some of their key players, were tottering at 14 for 4, before Winsbert Spring came to the party and struck 67, to see Kingstown to 139 for 6, in 17.1 overs, and a place in the final.

Police, who also won the league competition, pocketed $1000.(RT)