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Whole Ah Pasture pocket South Rivers’ first tapeball title

Whole Ah Pasture pocket South Rivers’ first tapeball title


Whole Ah Pasture defeated Centre Street by seven wickets, to cart off the inaugural South Rivers Twenty/20 title at the South Rivers Playing Field on Heroes Day.{{more}}

Batting first, Centre Street scored 96 off 11-overs; Marvin Small top scored with 47.

Bowling for Whole Ah Pasture, Ulran Wilkinson took 2 for 6; Antonio Butler had 2 for 37 and Shanetta Chewitt 2 for 40.

Whole Ah Pasture replied with 98 for 3 off 9.2-overs; Most Valuable Player of the final Ulran Wilkinson stroked 25 and Torangy Butler chipped in with 20.

Marvin Small took 2 for 39, to be Centre Street’s most successful bowler.

Prior to the final, Royal Tags beat Chapel Hill Tallawahs by four wickets, to clinch the third place. Chapel Hill Tallawahs scored 137 for 4 in a match reduced to 10 overs because of rain. Kadier Nedd struck 60 and Javid Williams 28.

Bowling for Royals Tags, Davian Barnum pocketed 2 for 23.

Royal Tags then responded with 138 for 6 off 9.3-overs, led by Davian Barnum’s 94. Stanley Butler grabbed 3 for 2, in a losing cause for Chapel Hill Tallawahs.

At the presentation ceremony which followed, Davian Barnum collected the trophy for scoring the most runs and he was also one of two centurions. The other to get into triple figures was Kadier Need.

Wasim Nickie of Matches Lane snared the most wickets.

Meanwhile, Kathleen James of Chapple Tallawahs was adjudged the best female player on show and Cameron Moore of Centre Street – the best Under-15 player.

Centre Street was deemed to be the Most Disciplined outfit in the five-team competition.

Played under the lights at the South Rivers Playing Field, the competition was organized by the South Rivers Progressive Organization (SORPO).

Under the competition stipulations, each team had to field one female player and two Under-15 male players. (RT)