The Inaugural Prime Consulting Casper Davis Tape-ball T20 Competition bowled off on Saturday at the Richland Park Playing Field.

The tournament opener was between Kellipar Hillsiders and Oval Wonderers.

Hillsiders won the toss and decided to bowl, and went on to restrict Oval Wonderers to 110 for 7 from the allotted 20 overs.

Las Haywood rescued the innings with a fighting 39 not out, while captain Mc Cleon contributed 26.

Bowling for Hillsiders, captain Kenroy Peters delivered 4 overs, 1 maiden, 3 wickets for 11 runs.

At their turn at the crease, Kellipar Hillsiders only needed 10 overs to achieve their target, making 111 for 3.

Sunil Ambris made 38 not out, Jeron John, 29, and Orlanzo Jackson, 20 not out.

Man of the match was Las Haywood.

Two games were played on Sunday,  the first being Shanty Town Ballblazers versus Cotton Ground Smashers.

Batting First, Cotton Ground made 130 all out from 13.2 overs, with top scores coming from skipper Nickie Antoine — 38, and 26 to Vibert King.

Bowling for Shanty Town, Desron Maloney and Calty Phillips took 2 wickets a piece.

In reply, Shanty Town got to the total in 12.2 overs, with Desron Maloney top scoring with 37 not out, supported by team mates Miles Bascombe and Vincent Cupid, who made 27 and 24, respectively.

Man of the man was Desron Maloney.

In the second game on Sunday — between Limehill Knight Riders and Riverside Warriors — Rickford Walker scored the first century of the competition.

Limehill Knight Riders powered their way to 286 for 6 off 20 overs. Rickford Walker made 116, and Gasnel Cupid scored the highest individual score: 127. Dougal James took 5 for 36.

In reply, Riverside Warriors scored 157 all out, with Kevin Samuel contributing 46, and Kamron Lucas and Kendol Henderson making 26 each.

Norlan Williams took 4 for 22 and Andre Hunte 2 for 28

Man of the Match was Dougal James.

Games will continue next weekend in Richland Park.

Six teams are in the competition, representing villages from the Richland Park. Each team will feature two national players from outside the Marriaqua constituency.

Some of the players on showcase are Windward Islands players Kenroy Peters, Rommel Currency, Sunil Ambris, Donwell Hector, Keron Cottoy and Seon Sween from Marriaqua.

Also playing are Windward Islands youth player Alistair Shallow, and former National Under-15 players Jeremy Layne, Vis toney, and Etano Trimimgham.

Some of the outside players are Salvan Brown, Lindon James, Kesrick Williams, Deighton Butler, Olanzo Jackson and Gasnel Cupid.