F.E. Pollard, St. Ann’s, North Georgetown and St. Stephen’s were in winners’ row when
play in the Ministry of Education (MoE), National Sports Commission (NSC) and AL Sport & Tour Promotions 20th Annual End of School Year Primary Schools Day/Night Overhand Windball Cricket Competition continued recently.
In full results:
Girls – :
St. Stephen’s upset Enterprise, beating them by 67 runs to book a place in the last 8.
St. Stephen’s after being invited to take first strike made 96-0, with Odelli Straughn 40, Chanle Barry 12.
Enterprise in their turn at the wicket was restricted to 29. O. Straughn picked up 2 wkts.
St. Ann’s beat Thomas More by 10 wickets.
Thomas More 61-3, Shaquanna Codrington 28. Angelique Morris 2-5.
St. Ann’s in reply, ended on 64-0, Melissa Clarke 38, A Morris 18.
F.E. Pollard then defeated Winfer Gardens by 10 wickets.
Winfer Gardens batted first and made 80-1, Keasha Jones 58.
F. E. Pollard replied with 86-0, Cadranessa Benn 64 (10x6s), Condelezza Dos Santos 16.
North Georgetown scraped past Graham’s Hall by 8 runs.
North Georgetown took first strike and posted 98-6, Tiffany Johnson 28, Naiomi Barckoy 26 and Anya McKenzie 24.
Graham’s Hall in their turn at the crease reached 90-4 when the allotted overs expired. Susanna Ketwaroo 25, Tawana Courtman 20 and Marcia Katwaroo 24 were the principal scorers.
St. Ambrose then beat F.E. Pollard by 9 wickets.
F. E. Pollard 91-3, Oswald George 38, Rasheed Bristol 32.
St. Ambrose 94-1, Sherwin Gomes 40, Rovin Henry 36.
NSC Sports Officer Allister Munroe is the Organiser of the competition.
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