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Century makers in NL cricket competition quickly compensated

Century makers in NL cricket competition quickly compensated
Hyron Shallow (left) accepts his prize from Jennifer Charles

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The two century makers in last weekend’s VINLEC North Leeward 20/20 cricket competition, were instantly rewarded for the feats. Chrisroy John and Hyron Shallow were awarded $100 each, when they scored 111 not out and 105 not out, respectively, for Ajuba of Spring Village versus Ruddy’s Electrical.

 John’s knock was composed of 9 fours and 7 sixes, in his 65 ball innings, while Shallow made his ton from 58 balls, which contained 14 fours and 4 sixes.

 The two shared an unbroken stand, to see Ajuba to 235 without loss from their 20 overs.

 Presenting century-makers with cash prizes immediately after achieving their milestone, is a new undertaking of the cricket committee of the North Leeward Sports Association.

 John and Shallow, joined RSVG Police’s Desron Maloney, who got the 2018 edition going with a century.

 Previously, recipients had to wait until the hosting of the North Leeward Sports Association’s awards and presentation ceremony.

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