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Rivals, Police Two, Pastures take full points

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Rivals and Police Two both took maximum points over their opponents at Arnos Vale Two and One, respectively, last weekend, in the Premier Divsion of the National Lotteries Authority/ RBTT Premier Divsion of the national Cricket Programme.{{more}}

The Rivals bowling led by Kesrick Williams’ 4 for 12, Deighton Butler, 2 for 7, and Casmond Walter, 2 for 19, sent Eat Rite Saints packing for 98. Devane Warner, 38, and Kenroy Peters, 30, were the only bright sparks for Saints.

Rivals, led by national T/20 selectees Marvin Small, 71, and Hyron Shallow, 68, replied with 211 for 6 declared.

Kenroy Peters took 2 for 33, and Devane Warner, 2 for 39.

Saints were dismissed for 93 in their second innings, as Rivals romped to an innings and 30 runs triumph.

Orlanzo Jackson took 3 for 13, and Deighton Butler, 2 for 12.

Police Two pushed over their fraternal team Police One without much of a sweat.

Police Two was aided by some poor out cricket in which several catches went abegging. This allowed Police Two, batting first, to reach 276 for 6 declared.

Calvin Glasgow, batting at number 10, and Elmore Alexander, who came in at the fall of the seventh wicket, had a happy hour, as they helped themselves to 62 not out and 44, respectively.

Earlier in the innings, Salvan Browne had scored an even 50.

Bowling for Police One, Vertil Davis took 3 for 49, Wendell Corridon, 2 for 25, and Gerald Gould 2 for 50.

Police One folded for 46. Elmore Alexander, 4 for 4, Sylvan Spencer, 3 for 20, and Kenroy Martin, 2 for 2.

And, asked to follow on, Police One made 144. Vertil Davis, 47, and Randy Yorke, 31. Alexander was again among the wicket takers with 3 for 38, and Rolando Wright, 2 for 25, as Police Two won by an innings and 86 runs.

In the First Divsion, Pastures Youths beat Robertson’s Surveys Belmont by four wickets at Stubbs. elmont made 62. Isaac Trimmingham bagged 6 for 24. Pastures responded with 86. Damol Philips struck 35, as Augustus Mofford snared 5 for 54. Belmont’s second innings stopped at 103, with Augustus Mofford making 32, and Isaac Trimmingham picking up 4 for 15.

Pastures reached 82 for 6. Ozico Williams hit 53. Javed Cordice bagged 5 for 12.

Meanwhile, Smashers and Neil Williams Academy shared the points in their abandoned match at North Union.

Raydon Bentick made 106 and Ronald Scott, 31, in Smashers’ total of 187. Roland Mc Kie, 3 for 21, Mickhail Weekes, 3 for 27, and Triston Browne, 2 for 26.

The Neil Williams Academy was 45 for 3, as heavy rains forced the abandonment of the match.

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