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Log Enterprises rebound in masters’ cricket


Defending league champions of the SVG Masters Twenty/20 Cricket Competition, LOG Enterprises Kingstown, rebounded from their previous loss to Barrouallie, {{more}} to oust Sion Hill by eight wickets on Sunday at the Arnos Vale One Playing Field.

Sion Hill batted first and made 112 for 7 off 20 overs. Sylvester Vanloo struck 30 and Keyon Jack 28.

Kingstown replied with 115 for 2, with two balls to spare.

Winston Springer — 37, Bradley Brooker — 23 and Felix Greaves — 21, were the lead scorers for Kingstown.

Prior to the Kingstown versus Sion Hill encounter at the same venue, Stanley Browne Stubbs defeated Bickles Fun Masters by 53 runs.

Leon Samuel hit 62 and Micah Joseph 29, as Stubbs piled up 147 for 7 from their 20 overs.

Cauldric Harry was Fun Masters’ most successful bowler with 2 for 24.

Bickles Fun Masters struggled to 94 for 7, from their allotment of 20 overs. Lauron Baptiste was the topscorer, with 36.

At the Buccament Playing Field on Sunday, Ruddy’s Electrical Barrouallie stopped Joyette’s Auto Slater Development Pastures by 46 runs in the first of a double-header.

Barrouallie reached 119 for 8, batting first, using up all of their 20 overs. Garfield Charles was Barrouallie’s lead batsman with 41.

Bowling for Pastures, Ardon Hall took 2 for 15 and Wendell Browne had 2 for 29

At their turn, Pastures fell for 73 all out, off 19.2 overs. Samuel Byam with 3 for 6 and Leniff Hector 3 for 12, were the main destroyers of Pastures’ unsuccessful reply.

Also at Buccament on Sunday, RSVG Police overcame Cato’s Heavy Equipment Glamorgan by eight wickets.

Glamorgan was strangled by the bowling of Renford Jack who packed in 4 for 27 and Sigmon Allen 3 for 11, as they made 80 for 9 from their maximum 20 overs.

Trevor Bailey then hit 45, as RSVG Police replied with 81 for 2 in 17 overs.

At the Paget Farm Playing Field in Bequia on Sunday, Computec Belfongo emerged victorious over Bequia by 86 runs

Belfongo posted 202 for 7 from their 20 overs. Junior Bacchus hit 59, Peter Campbell made 52 and Curtis King, 27. Ellis Lavia was the pick of the Bequia bowlers, with 4 for 24.

Bequia, in response, made 116 all out, off 15.2 overs. Daniel McMillan with 2 for 16 and Wendell Glasgow, 2 for 22, were Belfongo’s most successful bowlers.

And, Saturday’s lone match at Arnos Vale One saw St Vincent Co-operative Bank P’tani making light work of Da Silva La Croix by seven wickets.

La Croix scored 60 for 8 from their 20 overs, batting first. Isaac Haywood snapped up 4 for 10, bowling for P’tani, who rushed to 61 for 3 in 9 overs.

Jerome Samuel was P’tani’s topscorer with 21 not out, as Elmondo Shoy picked off 3 for 26, bowling for La Croix.(RT)