Queen’s College defeated St. George Secondary by 10 wickets today as action continued in the Lime Under-15 Cricket Tournament.†Playing at Queen’s College’s Husbands, St James ground, St. George made 103 for nine in their first innings and Queen’s College replied with 157 for seven, a first innings lead of 54 runs. St. George Secondary were all out in their second innings for 61 runs and the home side duly knocked off the eight runs for victory.
†In other matches played today, Foundation won by an innings and 87 runs against Parkinson School. Foundation made 263 for four in 31 overs, Parkinson replied with 105 in 27 overs and in their second innings made 71 all out in 30 overs.
†The game between Alexandra and Harrison College was drawn. The St. Peter boys batted first at home and made 150 for eight in 35 overs, Harrison College responded with 100 for seven in 35 overs giving Alexandra an innings lead of 50. In Alexandra’s second innings they made 170 and at the end of the game Harrison College were 159 for one in their second innings.
†At Grantley Adams, Grantley Adams and the Garrison Secondary also drew their game. Grantley Adams batted first and made 140 for seven in 35 overs and Garrison Secondary replied with 111 for six. Grantley Adams were all out in their second innings for 134 and at the end of today’s play Garrison were 38 for five.
†At St Leonard’s, St. Leonard’s and St. Michael School also played to a draw. In-form batsman Deswin Currency made 142 in St. Leonard’s innings of 245 for three, in response to St. Michael’s first innings total of 145 for nine. In St. Michael’s second innings they made 196 for seven.
†At Waterford, Combermere won their game against The Lodge School. Combermere made 180 for six and Lodge made 99 for four in their first innings and 36 all out in their second to give Combermere a comprehensive victory by 134 runs. (ML)
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