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Ambris, Dember top batting, bowling in Windwards cricket tournament

Ambris, Dember top batting, bowling in Windwards cricket tournament


Vincentians Sunil Ambris and Kenneth Dember were the leading batsman and bowler respectively, in the just concluded Windward Islands senior men’s two–day cricket tournament, held in Dominica.

When the statistics were compiled, Ambris, the St Vincent and the Grenadines’ captain, tallied 298 runs. Among Ambris’ accomplishments were one century and two half centuries.

His aggregate of runs was attained from four innings, at an average of 74.5.

Ambris, too, had the best batting average.

Second behind Ambris was St Lucia’s Jamal James with 230. James batted six times, hitting two half centuries, returning an average of 46.

The next best was St Lucia’s Tarryck Gabriel, who scored a total of 203 runs from six innings, at an average of 33.83, with one century

In the bowling department, Dember collected 17 wickets, the same as Dominica’s Liam Sebastian.

Dember’s tally of wickets came at a cost of 14.12 runs, while Sebastian got his at 11.59.

The third highest bowler was Dominica‘s Tyrone Theophile, who captured 15, getting them at 17.4 runs apiece.

Meanwhile, there were six centuries recorded, with SVG’s batsmen accounting for three.

The Vincentians attaining triple figures were Donwell Hector, Miles Bascombe and Ambris.

They join St Lucia’s Tarryck Gabriel and the Grenada’s Andre Fletcher and Ronald Cato, as the other centurions.