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The four other premier division teams will look to close the deficit between them and current leaders Flow Radcliffe, when weekend four action is played in the National Lotteries SVG Cricket Association Inc. competition on Saturday and Sunday.

Fresh off an inspiring win against Victors One, Police Two will look to arrest and lock away Flow Rivals, when they do battle at the main Arnos Vale Playing Field.

Flow Rivals showed signs of getting into their strides two weekends ago, but will have to contain a resolute and focus Salvan Browne, who has his eyes set on another ton this weekend.

Browne, who notched up the third individual triple-figure score for the 2020 premier division season last weekend, 108 not out, is “looking to produce much of the same, after a relative drought in century making, despite the high-quality bowling in the opposing teams”.

The other Premier Division game down for decision this weekend pits Guardian General Saints against Victors One at the Sion Hill Playing Field.

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Guardian General Saints will look to continue their improvement that was evident in their last match up, while their opponents, Victors One, are anxious to correct the weak areas of their game from last weekend, offering for a tantalizing encounter.

In the National Lotteries 50 overs First Division, the entertaining, hard-hitting teams Pollard Investments North Windward Combine and CJ Julius Anthony MSDA Northern Stars will go head to head on the batting paradise of Arnos Vale two. 

Batters from both teams will do well to emulate the outstandingly blazing inning of 94 in 45 balls by Ronald Scott of Smashers last weekend. Scott sent a firm warning to all comers that his “only goal at the crease each time he bats is to score a century, by dispatching the bad deliveries”, nine of which went the full distance and another eight crossed the boundary line in his last innings.

Also in the First Division on Sunday, Feb. 9, Coreas Distribution Belfongo will go in hunt of their second four points when they meet Radcliffe Two at Stubbs. This is Radcliffe Two second match of the season after their opening weekend loss.

Then up in North Windward, at the London Playing Field, Vee Jay’s Roof Top and Bar North Windward will host the French Verandah SVG Community College. Vee Jay’s Roof Top and Bar North Windward go in search of their third win in succession while the French Verandah SVG Community College will look to bounce back after a heart-wrenching loss last weekend.