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North Windward Tape Ball Cricket Competition moving on


The Hairoun Beer/ Byam Physical Therapy Services North Windward Tape Ball Twenty/20 Cricket Competition resumed last weekend, following a break for international cricket at the Arnos Vale Playing Field.

And, the full complement of matches went on uninterrupted at the London Playing Field.

Recording wins were Magum Fresh Starz, Shaolin XI, Orange Hill All Stars and Cum Bust E Links.

Magum Fresh Starz defeated Young Warriors by six wickets.

Young Warriors scored 87 all out from 17.4 overs. Only Jurani Baptiste, with 16, made any notable score.

Bowling for Fresh Stars, Cleus Cato had 3 for 7 and Stevon Harry 3 for 15.

Magum Fresh Starz responded with 89 for 4 in 10.4 overs; Philmore Mc Coy led with 27. In between, Jurani Baptiste took 2 for 14.

Also, Shaolin XI got the better of Owia by 82 runs.

Shaolin XI scored 131 for 9 wickets in 15.4 overs, led by Kanhi Mack’s 54.

Javadean Browne was the lead bowler for Owia with 4 for 20, but at their turn, Owia crashed out for 49.

Only Shem Browne, with 29, made any score of note, as Shane Edwards took 4 for 24 and Selwyn Lavia – 4 for 25.

On Sunday, Orange Hill All Stars defeated Country Groceries Shooters by two wickets.

Shooters, batting first made 93 in 18.4 overs; Jamal Byron scored 28. Shelton Mack, with 2 for 9, was Orange Hill’s leading bowler.

Calroy Jordan then struck a topscore of 27, as Orange Hill All Stars reached 94 for 8 in 14 overs.

Neil Baptiste picked up 3 for 22, in a losing cause for Shooters.

And, Cum Bust E Links outgunned Overland by 84 runs.

Links scored 177 for 9 from their 20 overs; Asroy Baptiste was the mainstay with 36 and Stardford Ballantyne contributed 27.

Bowling for Overland, Urnel Thomas grabbed 4 for 21, but his team’s batsmen faltered for 93 in 15.4 overs. Teshorne Byron hit 17.

Starring with the ball for Links was Hanif Edwards, who bagged 5 for 33. (RT)