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Gomea Methodist go under again in WSG primary schools’ cricket competition


Defending champion of the Kentucky Fried Chicken West St George Primary Schools’ Cricket Competition — Coreas Hazells Inc Gomea Methodist School, is finding their defence of the title a rocky one, as they suffered another loss last weekend.{{more}}

Gomea was looking to rebound after their loss to Dorsetshire Hill, the previous weekend, but were whipped by arch rival RSVG Police Belair Government on a faster scoring rate.

Gomea Methodist batted first and made 94 all out in 15 overs. Shayne Lynch, 32 not out and Dontay Williams, 25, were the main contributors.

Rondre John, Jahiel Walters, Devin Woods and Dominic Richards took two wickets each, bowling for Belair Government.

In reply, Belair reached 71 for 5 in 11.2 overs when rain stopped play, but Belair triumphed on a faster scoring rate.

Jowanza Woods made 15 not out and Devin Woods 13.

Bowling for Gomea Methodist, Tomar Jack took 2 for 6 and Rodniel Tash 2 for 24.

Belair’s other win on the weekend was their sevenwicket triumph over LOG Enterprises Dorsetshire Hill.

Taking first strike, Dorsetshire Hill was dismissed for 59 in 16 overs. Anil Greaves was the top scorer with 16.

Shamar Conliffe – 4 for 9, Rondre John – 3 for 9 and Devin Woods – 2 for 1 were the major wicket takers for Belair Government, who then reached 62 for 3 in just 6.2 overs. Rajev Questelles hit 20. Bowling for Dorsetshire Hill, Johndale Greaves picked up 2 for 15. Dorsetshire Hill, though, got over FCIB Sion Hill Government by a faster scoring rate. Dorsetshire Hill scored 122 all out – Terrique Lawrence topped their batting with 23. Sion Hill’s bowling saw Mario Alexander taking 3 for 18 and Hamid Bynoe 3 for 20. In response, Sion Hill reached 58 for 9 in 13 overs when rain stopped play. Bowling for Dorsetshire Hill, Edon Herbert took 5 for 19 and Terrique Lawrence 3 for 20.

And, Sion Hill beat St Vincent Teachers’ Co-operative Credit Union Belmont Government by 12 runs. Sion Hill posted 62 all out in 19 overs. Keymore Williams took 3 for 16 and Akeem Thomas had 2 for 10. But the Sion Hill bowlers conjured up to dismiss Belmont for 50 in 13 overs. Jessie Edwards, CJ Warner and Brian Alexander, each had two wickets and Zacroy John made 10 for Belmont. Another slate of matches will be played this weekend. (RT)