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Three more century makers in First Division cricket competition

Three more century makers in First Division  cricket competition


William “Bill” Edwards, Shammon Hooper and Ronnique Laborde all hit centuries last weekend in the National Lotteries Authority First Division of the national cricket competition.

Edwards, Laborde and Hooper joined SVG Community College’s Jeremy Layne, who opened the season’s account the previous weekend.

Playing for Ruddy’s Electrical Unique Warriors, Edwards slammed 144 off the Prime Consulting Marriaqua bowlers, last Sunday at the Stubbs Playing Field.

His knock contained 7 fours and 14 sixes, as Unique Warriors posted 336 for 9 from 47 overs.

Also contributing were 80 extras conceded by Marriaqua, while Christopher Campbell scored 35.

Bowling for Marriaqua, Jamali Wales picked up 3 for 60, Suneel Paul, 2 for 37 and Glenroy Jacobs, 2 for 57.

Marriaqua’s reply was short-circuited by Ansil Hooper, who bagged 4 for 24 and Leon Samuel, 3 for 19, as they folded for 124 off 33 overs.

Unique Warriors, therefore won by 212 runs.

At Buccament, winners of the 2016 competition Smashers were handed a 243-run beating by Providence Electronic Solutions North Leeward.

Shammon Hooper clubbed 169 not out, punctuated by 18 fours and 6 sixes and Ronnique Laborde punched 101 not out, as they shared in a fifth-wicket unbroken partnership of 227 runs.

North Leeward amassed 357 for 4 from 37 overs.

In response, Smashers scored 114 for 7, with their innings closed at that point. Ronald Scott, who scored 29 and Deptor Culzac, 26, were the main contributors. There were two wickets apiece for Shammon Hooper, Nigel Small and Winston Samuel.

Four matches are carded for this Sunday. At Arnos Vale One, Radcliffe Too meets Victors Two, with North Leeward entertaining Triumph United at Buccament.

At Arnos Vale Two, Combined Youths play SVG Co-operative Bank Glamorgan United and at Stubbs, French Verandah SVG Community College take on Belfongo.