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Belmont upstages Belair in WSG Primary Schools Cricket Competition

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SVUT Co-operative Credit Union Belmont upstaged the previously unbeaten RSVG Police Belair last Sunday at the Belair Playing Field{{more}} as the KFC West St. George Primary Schools Cricket Competition continued.

Belair batted first and made 92 all out in 18.4 overs. Dominic Richards made 14.

Bowling for Belmont, Akeem Thomas took 3 for 19, and Rayon Williams, 2 for 12.

In reply, Belmont scraped home by one wicket as they reached 94 for 9 in 14.5 overs. Keron Williams led the way with 26.

Bowling for Belair, Devin Woods grabbed 4 for 18, and Jahiel Walters, 3 for 33.

On Saturday, Belmont made light work of First Caribbean International Bank Sion Hill Government by eight wickets at the Dorsetshire Hill Playing Field.

Sion Hill was shot out for 35 all out in 7.2 overs, as Kemron Williams bagged 5 for 8, and Zenron Chance, 3 for 18. Belmont cantered to 36 for 2 in 7.3 overs.

Sion Hill returned on Sunday at the same venue to record their first win over Dorsetshire Hill Government.

Sion Hill posted 115 for 9 in 20 overs. Brian Hannibal made 27, and Ricardo Dasent, 22.

Johndale Greaves, Anil Greaves and Shackeem Greaves took three wickets each.

In reply, Dorsetshire Hill could only reach 67 all out in 15.2 overs. Shamar Tittle took 3 for 28, while Chevon Williams and Brian Alexander took two wickets each bowling for Sion Hill, which won by 48 runs.

But Coreas Hazells Inc. Gomea Methodist maintained their unbeaten run with a thumping of Log Enterprises Dorsetshire Hill on Saturday at the Belair Playing Field.

Gomea Methodist batted first and posted 174 for 9 in 20 overs. Delshan Welcome made 40, Kyle Chandler, 23, and Darron Matthews, 17.

Bowling for Dorsetshire Hill, Shackeem Greaves took 3 for 21, and Lemard Charles, 2 and 29.

In response, Dorsetshire Hill could only reach 58 all out in 14.1 overs, to lose by 116 runs.

Rodniel Tash took 4 for 8, Milkiel Pierre, 3 for 6, and Delshan Welcome, 2 for 29, were Gomea’s most successful bowlers. (RT)

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