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Hector slams another ton in BCL


St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Windwards middle order batsman Donwell Hector hit his second successive century in the Brooklyn Cricket League (BCL) when he hit 113 not out last Saturday at Marine Park A.{{more}}

This followed his 119 made the previous weekend.

Hector’s knock consisted of five fours and five sixes, as he batted all of the 30 overs. Dominic Audain made 41 not out, as the Vincentian outfit Middlesex posted 226 for 3.

Brooklyn Knights replied with 195 all out. Moshim Bhatti top scored with 49, which included 6 sixes. Mark Audain, 2 for 20, Dominic Audain, 2 for 28, Mc Nevin OGarro, 2 for 28, and former West Indies fast bowler Adam Sanford ,2 for 35, as Middlesex won by 31 runs.

Also in winner’s row was another Vincy team Cavaliers in their match against Warriors. Taking first strike Warriors made 223. Albert Tesheira, 2 for 23, and Peter Haywood, 2 for 33, bowling for Cavaliers.

Replying, Cavaliers reached 224 for 9, Albert Tesheira top scored with 54, Brian Henry, 42, and Cameron Cuffy, 26, were the chief scorers.

But for Imperial, it was lose one, win one.

On Saturday at Marine Park D, Imperial scored 145 all out in 23 overs. Orient Bostic struck 45. Zafar Khan took 3 for 26, and Junaid Qasim, 2 for 13. Punjab in their turn at the crease got to 146 for 2 in 23 overs, winning the match by 8 wickets. Bilal Ahmad made 79 not out, and Adnan Khan, 37 not out.

Imperial, though, made amends against their fellow countrymen Queensbury on Sunday.

Taking first strike, Imperial amassed 252 for 8 in 34 overs. Kester Sylvester, the former Grenada and Windwards opener, scored 117 not out.

Andrew McCarthy bagged 4 for 30, and Joseph Shortte, 2 for 37.

Replying, Queensbury’s innings could only get as far as 121 all out in 25 overs.

Mark Lawerence had figures of 4 for 43, Shamroy Primo, 3 for 27, and Arthur Caines, 2 for 12, as Imperial romped to a 131 runs triumph. (RT)