Jan 12, 2016 Sports Comments Off on Leacock, Denhart, DeNobrega and King ensure Friendship Cavaliers reach finals
BCB/NSC/Berbice River Cricket Association second division cricket…
The 3-team Berbice River Second Division 40-Over Cricket Competition got cracking recently with Friendship
Cavaliers making light work for both Ebini Ranch Raiders and Kimbia in their preliminary matches to end on top and thus earning their place in the final of the competition.
In the rain affected match against Kimbia, Friendship rattled up 300 for 6 their 35-Overs with Daniel Leacock left high and dry on 97 N.O. which included 4 fours and 10 sixes. Supporting him were Jason Denhart with 51 (3 fours and 4 sixes), Michael Caple 43, Brian King 35 N.O. and Joshua Leacock 31. When Kimbia relied, offspinner Brian King took 4 for 5 from 4-Overs to help bowl them out for just 90 giving his team a whopping 210 runs victory.
In the other match against Ranch Raiders, Ryan DeNobrega made a crucial 56 (6 four) to help them to a modest 126 in 29.2 Overs. However it turned out to be more than enough for the boys from Ebini as they were bowled out for just 73 in 21.2 Overs with Joshua Leacock and John McKenzie picking up 3 wickets each.
In summarised scores:
At Friendship, Friendship Cavaliers beat Kimbia by 210 runs.
Friendship Cavaliers 300 for 6 in 35-Overs with Daniel Leacock 97 N.O, Jason Denhart 51, Michael Caple 43, Brian King 35 N.O; Joshua Leacock 31 and Byron Lindee 4 for 50.
Kimbia 90 in 20.5 Overs with Lloyd Gilliard 33, Brian King 4 for 5 and Daniel Leacock 2 for 9.
At Ebini, Friendship Cavaliers beat Ebini Ranch Raiders by 53 runs.
Friendship Cavaliers 126 in 29.2 Overs with Ryan De Nobrega 56, Alvin Hareman 4 for 22, Ian Lyte 2 for 22 and Martin Leacock 2 for 30.
Ebini Ranch Raiders 73 in 21.1 Overs with John Mc Kenzie 3 for 10, Joshua Leacock 3 for 12 and Daniel Leacock 2 for 3.
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