Premier Division leaders, FLOW Radcliffe squeezed out a 5-wickets win over the Guardian General Saints at Arnos Vale One as the SVG Cricket association Inc. National cricket season 2020 moved into the sixth weekend of action last week.
Guardian General Saints totalled 142 all out in their first innings led by 47 not out from Kevin Samuel.
Asif Hooper moved to 35 wickets for the season, 5 of which he bagged from the Saints first innings as he took 5 for 40. Flow Radcliffe were 6 runs better in their first turn at bat, 148 all out, with Gidron Pope leading the way with 32.
Jeremy Haywood 3 for 14 and Jahiel Walters 3 for 57 got amongst the wickets for Guardian General Saints, who could only manage 112 in their second innings.
Alex Samuel, 55, was their main stay. Rasheed Fredericks grabbed 5 for 13 for the Flow sponsored unit.
Set 107 for full points, Flow Radcliffe lost 5 wickets in getting to 110 in just 16.4 overs, as Gidron Pope stroked 53 not out. Ray Charles had taken 3 for 52, as a second innings bowling effort for Guardian General Saints.
In the second Premier division fixture of the weekend, Flow Rivals had a commanding innings-and-33-run win over Police Two. Flow Rivals stroked their way to 358 for 9 in their only completed batting innings.
Centuries from Hyron Shallow 146 and Lindon James 117, set up Flow Rivals total. Darius Martin picked up 4 for 56 bowling for Police Two, who were shot out for 91, as they replied in their first innings. Four bowlers combined their efforts to wreak the Police Two first batting effort, with Deighton Butler returning the best figures of 3 for 11.
Behind by 267 runs, and asked to follow on, Police Two managed 234 in their second innings. Kesrick Williams 79, Salvan Browne 47 and Andrew Thomas 44 got amongst the runs. Dyke Cato 5 for 61 did most of the damage with the ball for Flow Rival in their second bowling effort.
In the National Lotteries 50 overs First Division matches from Sunday, Pollard Investments North Windward Combine stayed unbeaten as they humbled Victors Two by 9 wickets.
Victors Two managed 113 all out in 32.1 overs. Leon Quashie scored 30. Dean Browne’s 5 for 30 destroyed the Victors Two innings, setting up the nine wickets win, as Browne himself, 54, parthered Shem Browne, 55 not out, in a 110 runs first wicket stand, that eased Pollard Investments North Windward Combine to 114 for 1 in 5.2 overs.
Strike Eagles helped themselves to a six wickets win over St. Vincent Distillers Glamorgan. St. Vincent Distillers Glamorgan were dismissed for 86 in 24.3 overs. Chris Humphrey 3 for 14 and Keron Roberts 3 for 18 did the damage for Strike Eagles, who replied with 88 for 4 from 15 overs; Delon Woodley was left not out on 32.
And Keegans’s Bequia XI maintained their unbeaten record, with a ninety runs win over Corea’s Distribution Belfongo. Keegans’s Bequia XI totaled 305 for 8 in their reduced 42 overs. Dan Williams scored the first triple figure individual score for the 50 overs competition, 110 while Jarell Edwards was unbeaten on 73.
Rajiv Roberts 2 for 46 returned the best figures for Corea’s Distribution Belfongo, who fell short in their reply, at 215 all out in 28.3 overs. Andre Hunt scored 49. Jenry Ollivierre 3 for 36 and Chelson Stowe 3 for 37 restricted Belfongo in their reply.
And in the lone Female division 40 overs matches from Saturday, United Survivors had the better of Radcliffe Girls by 3 wickets. Radcliffe Girls made 113 all out in 26.1 overs. Kendicia Barker scored 26. Cordel Jack 4 for 19 and Jeniellia Glasgow 3 for 18 did the damage for United Survivors, who lost seven wickets in getting to 114 in just 16 overs. Shevorne Clarke scored 28. Jenisha Hackshaw 4 for 32 bowled well for Radcliffe Girls.