East Ruimveldt, Mae’s Secondary and Smith’s Memorial registered victories when the 27th Annual Christmas term school girls five-over Windball Champions Trophy continued recently at the National Gymnasium.
East Ruimveldt Secondary made 114-3, taking first strike. Shania Kingston struck 62 and Yosonda Hoppie 44; Safisha Austin took 2-31. Central High in reply were restricted to 45-3, Tiquamba Hunte got 22. Kingston returned to capture 2-20.
Mae’s Secondary scored 120 without loss, batting first; Chrystal Melville stroked 79 and A. Gentle 57. Queenstown Secondary were limited to 44-4 in reply; Kellisa Cosier made 19.
Smith Memorial Primary managed 38-3, batting first. East Ruimveldt Secondary responded with 40 without loss.
Central High and Queenstown Secondary played to a tie with both teams scoring 81-2. Queenstown were led by Charmaine Warrick 35 and Venetta McKenzie 23; Ashanti Brown 35 and Tiquamba Hunte 23 were Central leading batters.
East Ruimveldt managed 73-1, taking first turn in the middle. Shania Kingston led with while Mae’s Secondary reached 74-1 off three overs in reply. A. Gentle made 40.
Tucville Secondary mustered 89-2, taking first knock. Kiaian London struck 51 and Jonika Hackett 20. Central High responded with 92 without loss in 2.3 overs. Tiquamba Hunte made 42 and Ashanti Browne 30.
In the Primary division, Enterprise Primary batted first and got to 53-2. Salome Duncan scored 30. Smith Memorial replied with 54-3; Dellana Small got 18.
Sophia Primary made 48-1, taking first knock with Odessa Bisson scoring 25. Enterprise got to 51 without loss in response. Salome Duncan and Semacy Suttan made 22 and 20 in that order.
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