Police made heavy weather of a small total at Weymouth yesterday, but in the end defeated Yorkshire by five wickets as action in the Barbados Cricket Association’s Sagicor General Twenty20 championship continued.
Batting first on the two-paced track, Yorkshire made 104 for nine in their 20 overs with Kevin Ramsay top-scoring with 24. In response, Police laboured to 107 for five in 18.4 overs with Richard Greaves getting the best score in the game with 35.
Police’s Derek Boyce had a good all-round game in the circumstances, taking two wickets for 19 when Yorkshire batted and then contributed an unbeaten 17 as the lawmen crawled to their win.
The victory, their first, took Police to fifth in Zone B with four points from their two games. The lawmen take on the BCL at Blenheim ‘A’ this weekend.
At Trents, CGI Maple defeated Carlton by six runs in an exciting match- up.Maple made 149 for five off their 20 overs with opener Shane Parris leading the way with 46. He got assistance from Shane Ramsay who made 27 and captain Pedro Agard chipped in with 25.
Carlton could only muster 143 for seven with opener Martin Nurse, crazily overlooked for national duty in this format in the regional tournament in January, making 52 off 49 balls.
Off-spinner Renaldo Parris took three for 27 off four overs.
Yesterday’s summarised scores:
At Weymouth: Seven Seas Police beat Yorkshire by five wickets. Yorkshire 104-9 (20 overs)(Kevin Ramsay 24, Khismar Catlin 19, Peter Patterson 12 not out, Junior Moore 11; Jason Smith 2-14, Rico Webb 2-15, Derek Boyce 2-19).Poilce 107-5 (18.4 overs)(Richard Greaves 35, Roger Williams 12, Derek Boyce 17 not out, Larry Babb 16; Timothy Legall 2-23, Jamel Noel 2-24).
At Trents: CGI Maple beat TeleBarbados Carlton by six runs. Maple 149-5 (20 overs)(Shane Parris 46, Shane Ramsay 27, Pedro Agard 25; Donovan Lovell
2-19, Kyle Mayers 2-34). Carlton 143-7 (20 overs)(Martin Nurse 52, Dawayne Sealy 30 not out, Kyle Mayers 18, Vonrick Nurse 17; Renaldo Parris 3-27).
At Society A: Banks beat Nature Valley Lodge by seven wickets.Lodge 115-9 (20 overs)(Rasheed Padmore 21, Jamar Hollingsworth 17; Marlon Hoyte 2-18, Gregory Alleyne 2-28). Banks 120-3 (13.4 overs)(Sherwin Campbell 38 not out, Keegan Alleyne 37, Barry Callender 20).
At 3Ws Oval: Sagicor Life UWI beat Ince Transport MTW by nine wickets. MTW 87-8 (20 overs)(Junior Holder 29 not out, Kevin Gittens 15, Raymond Kellman 10; Ryan Austin 3-12, Kevin McClean 2-13). UWI 91-1 (12.1 overs) (Kyle Corbin 44 not out, Chadwick Walton 39 not out)
At Dayrells: Match tied – Counter Point Wanderers beat ICBL Empire in the one-over eliminator.Wanderers 123 all out (20 overs)(Justin Guillen 54, Chad Clarke-Reifer 14 not out; Alcindo Holder 2-15, Jason Hinds 2-22, Nikolai Charles 2-22).Empire 123-5 (20 overs)(Roston Chase 41, Kevin Stoute 29, Ryan Hinds 25 not out, Alcindo Holder 16, Chad Clarke-Reifer 3-21).
At Beckles Road: YMPC beat ESA Field Pickwick by 27 runs. YMPC 148-9 (20 overs)(Matthew King 54, Shane Dowrich 35, Ryan Wiggins 13; Jared Gilkes 4-21, Jade Padmore 2-22). Pickwick 121 all out (18.5 overs)(Shai Hope 34, Tino Best 28, Michael Matthews 18, Jamal Phillips 13; Chad Williams 4-11, William Lashley 3-22, Nkosi Ross 2-26).
At Blenhein A: Guardian General Barbados Youth beat BRC BCL by two wickets.BCL 94 all out (20 overs)(Corey Scantlebury 22, Dave Clarke 13, Andrew Emtage 13; Akeem Jordan 3-24). Barbados Youth 95-8 (19.4 overs) (Jonathan Drakes 32, Craig St. Hill 16, Jameel Stuart 13; Dave Clarke 3-20, Andrew Emtage 2-17).
At Paragon: Super Centre Spartan beat BDFSP by 21 runs. Spartan 92-6 (20 overs)(Shane Browne 37, Shamarh Brooks 18, Sulieman Benn 10; Renaldo Brathwaite 2-12, Ravendra Persaud 2-25). BDFSP 71 all out (19.5 overs)(Athelbert Brathwaite 15, Antonio Greenidge 15. Andre Marshall 3-7, Andre Gill 2-13, Jeremy Marshall 2-16).
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