The 33rd annual Sir Garfield Sobers International Schools’ cricket tournament in Barbados continued on Tuesday with both Guyana Schools suffering heavy defeats.
At Rubis: Alleyne School beat Queen’s College by 114 runs.
Alleyne made 197-9 in 40 overs with Hans Campbell 74, Roland Husbands 46 and Achilles Browne 31 all wasting excellent starts. Bhedesh Persaud captured 5-41 for Queen’s College who were bowled out for 83 from 29.5 overs with Navindra Persaud top scoring with 12 in a disappointing batting performance as Shamar Marshall 4-14, Jechoni Holder 2-20 and D’Angelo Springer 2-22 did the damage with the ball for the Bajan School.
At Content: St Leonard’s Boys’ beat The Business School of Guyana by 71 runs.
St Leonard’s made 167 all out in 31.2 overs with Corey Hoyte 23, Tremaine Dowrich 18, Jai Clarke 17, Coshon Scott 16, Tauron Gibson 11, Jaron Riley 14 and Todd Miller 10 all getting into double figures.
Tathesh Shivrattan 3-34, Christopher Harry, the Business School’s leading wicket-taker continuing his work with 3-38. Marlon Boele 2-6 and Ushardeva Balgobin 2-48 supported with a couple of scalps each.
The Business School were bundled out for 96 in 25.1 overs despite Ushardeva Balgobin 18, Christopher Harry 15, Joel Gilkes 13 not out and Jamel Montel 12 offering token resistance as Tremaine Dowrich sliced through the Guyanese batting like a hot knife cutting butter to finish with 6-14. (Sean Devers)
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