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Nedd slams a ton in Softball Cricket

Nedd slams a ton in Softball Cricket

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National Under-19 cricketer Kadier Nedd hit the second century of the 2011 National Lotteries Authority Top Belair Progressive Organisation Softball Cricket Competition,{{more}} currently taking place at the Dauphine Playing Field.

Nedd powered 122 for Street Fighters on Sunday, as Street Fighters batted first and made 227 for 4 in 15 overs against Sunset Strikers. Richie Richards hit 43 and Rodney Lawrence scored 40 not out.

Bowling for Sunset Strikers, Kyron Cumberbatch took 2 for 25, and Adolphus Matthews, 3 for 31.

In reply, Sunset reached 29 all out in 8.5 overs. Bowling for Street Fighters, Asif Hooper took 5 for 9, and Marvin Small, 2 for 11.

On Sunday, in what was one of the more anticipated matches in the competition, CGM Gallagher Novice batted first and made 151 for 3 in 20 overs. Renwick Williams made 76 not out, and Chris King, 32.

In reply, Glen United reached 111 all out in 19.3 overs. Wayne Garraway made 22. Bowling for Novice, Chris King took 2 for no runs. Everton Durrant, Desmond Bramble and Kentish Phillips took two wickets each.

Also on Sunday, Sting Power Nice Radio Clinchers got past Computec Vintage Older Boys by nine wickets.

Older Boys batted first and made 83 for 6 in 12 overs. Rohan King made 20 not out.

Bowling for Clinchers, Kevin Harry took 2 for 7, and Dowell Hector, 2 for 25.

In reply, Clinchers reached 85 for 1 in 9.3 overs, and Oheyon Toby made 34, and O’Keefe Andrews, 29.

On Saturday, Street Fighters recorded the first of their back to back wins.

Street Fighters batted first and were 199 for 6 in 13.5 overs when one of Mac Sprott I’s players left the field, leaving them with only six players. The game was, therefore, awarded to Street Fighters.

Lenroy Dalzell made 45, Rodney Lawrence was 37 not out and Kevorn Clarke made 28.

Novice leads Group A, with Bank of SVG and ASCO ahead in Group B. Street Fighters is on top of Group C and Clinchers is out front in Group D. (RT)

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