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RSVG Police detained by Kingstown in Masters Cricket

RSVG Police detained by Kingstown in Masters Cricket


Defending champions RSVG Police were detained last Sunday by Log Enterprises Kingstown at the Grammar School Playing Field, as the SVG Masters Cricket Competition continued.{{more}}

Kingstown batted first and made 208 for 6 off 20 overs. Their innings was led by Bradley Brooker, who stroked 76. Elgin Richards was the lawmen’s most successful bowler with 2 for 21.

Former national players Gosnel Cupid struck 38, Oneil Thomas hit 37, and Elvis Browne, 28, as Police fell short by 35 runs, as their innings stopped at 176 for 6 from their allotment of 20 overs.

Colin Shoy, Joseph Medford and Leopold Simmons took two wickets each.

Also on Sunday, Computec Belfongo laced Bickles Fun Masters by 116 runs at Arnos Vale Two.

Belfongo batted first and got up to 180 for 4 from their 20 overs, thanks to Elton Williams who made 52, Peter Campbell scored 42, and Jocimac Browne, 27.

Elberto Dublin and Godfrey Brewster were responsible for two wickets each.

In reply, Bickles Fun Masters were shot out for 64. Lance Audain snared 3 for 12, and Samuel Holder and Sylvannus Morgan accounted for two wickets apiece.

At Buccament on Sunday, Henny Penny Masters defeated Joyette’s Auto Slater Development Pastures Masters by five wickets.

Pastures batted first and were restricted to 97 for 9 off 20 overs. Ornel Browne was Henny Penny’s lead bowler with 3 for 12. He was aided by Reynold Neil and Brent Barker, who shared four wickets equally between them.

Henny Penny responded with 98 for 5. Venold Collis cracked 49 not out, with Winston Peters grabbing 4 for 15.

In Sunday’s other match, Rudy’s Electrical Barrouallie whipped Premier Distributors Robertson Surveying Richards Masters by 14 runs at the Grammar School Playing Field.

Barrouallie reeled off 148 all out. Lance John, 30, and David Porter with 29 were the main contributors. Patmos Richards captured 4 for 19, with Glenroy Durrant and Kenrick Whyttle taking two wickets each.

Carl Primus struck 36 and Patmos Richards, 22. Richards Masters replied with 134 for 8.

With the ball, Samuel Byam picked up 3 for 20 and Lenniff Hector, 2 for 15, ensured their team’s 14 run triumph.

The lone match played on Saturday at the Grammar School venue,resulted in Stubbs earning a six wicket win over St. Vincent Co-operative Bank P’tani.

Walford Ambris compiled 45, as P’tani reached 118 for 9 from their 20 overs. Livingston John had bowling figures of 4 for 15 and Leon Samuel, 2 for 18.

Stubbs responded with 122 for 4, led by Leon Samuel’s 43 and Christopher Campbell’s 23. Walford Ambris in the interim picked up 2 for 17.(RT)