DASGS Combined takes SVGCC 10/10 cricket title
The Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies combined (DASGS) inked the inaugural SVG Community College T/10 cricket competition, registering a 40-run win over Jules Anthony Youth Academy by 40 runs in the finals last Friday at the Arnos Vale Two Playing Field.
DASGS Combined choosing to bat, reached 100 for 3 in their 10 overs. Irvin Warrican Jr., with 40 not out and captain Tijorn Pope, 33, were the leading scorers. Embeki Lewis had 2 for 15, for the Jules Anthony Youth Academy.
Embeki Lewis, with 20, was the highlight for the Jules Anthony Youth Academy, but ended 60 for 9 from their 10 overs.
Irvin Warrican Jr. took 2 for 6, Eddison Jacobs, 2 for 7 and Randall Roberts, 2 for 10, to complete the win for the Division of Arts, Sciences and General Studies combined.
Meanwhile, the Division of Technical and Vocational Education Combined (DTVE) had a five-wicket win over the Barrouallie Secondary School to take the third place. Barrouallie Secondary reached 69 for 2 from 8 overs, as the match was reduced because of a late commencement. Kirk Hamlett carried his bat for 33 not out.
In reply, DTVE scored 70 for 5, from six overs. Newton Browne scored 21. Lebron Douglas took 2 for 13 and Watson Seaton took 2 for 21
Douglas of the Barrouallie Secondary School, with eight wickets, was the top wicket-taker. HE was also his team’s MVP. Other awards that were presented to Tijorn Pope, who took the MVP for the DASGS Combined and the award for the most runs in the competition, 184. Pope was also adjudged the best fielder. Rayshorn Lewis, of Barrouallie Secondary was named the MVP of the Jules Anthony Youth Academy, the best wicketkeeper and also picked up the award for the highest individual score of 100. Shahiem Samuel, also of the Jules Anthony Youth Academy, took the award for the best bowling figures in a match (4 for 3). Azar Williams of the DTVE Combined was named the MVP of the third place play-off and Bradley Abraham was named MVP of DTVE.