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Date Published: 2016-12-13 

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Winn calls Foundation capture of three titles in one season "top notch" after retaining 40-over

Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Top notch and fantastic.

That's how ecstatic coach of D's Mega Styles Foundation, Nhamo Winn, described his team's memorable feat of winning three major BCA Schools' titles this season after they beat arch-rivals Nicholls Baking Combermere by 23 runs in a rain-hit 40-over Final to retain the Championship at Bayfield.

After Foundation were set up by an attacking half-century from heavy-set opener Glennico King and then a telling new ball burst by gifted left-armer Jediah Blades, Winn had every reason to beat his chest about the success for the Church Hill, Christ Church boys, which was their second in quick succession at the same venue following the capture of the three-day title last Saturday in the Final against St. Leonard's.

In August, Foundation lifted the long-standing Under-15 Championship with a  comprehensive win by an innings and two runs with a day and a session to spare over Lodge in the Final at Desmond Haynes Oval.

Over the last seven seasons, Foundation and Combermere have consistently dominated schools' cricket and it resulted in both clinching the much tougher Intermediate division three-day Competition in successive years to gain promotion to the First division Championship after the BCA introduced the promotion/demotion system in 2009.

Yet, there is a special rivalry which schoolboys enjoy and today was another example as Foundation no doubt wanted to prove a point after beating the Waterford team in last year's Final as well, by five wickets with three balls to spare at Kensington Oval.

Since Winn took up duties as the Foundation head coach in 2010, the school has now captured nine titles in 11 finals - four in the Under-19s, two in the three-day (formerly known as Goddard Enterprises), and one each in the Sir Garfield Sobers Schools' International, Intermediate division and Under-15.

No wonder Winn is over the moon and furthermore after climaxing 2016 with a third trophy.

"To win three titles in one year, I would describe it as top notch. It is fantastic," he told BCAcricket.org.

"It was good commitment from the boys and from the coaching staff. It is just basically doing the right things over and over, staying disciplined and focussing on the small things which are the most important things. Also good preparation, good team spirit and good guidance.

"You are dealing with young men and you need to be able to lead them in the right direction and provide the adequate knowledge.

"It is about doing the right things consistently and staying humble and disciplined," Winn said.

Winn is a former Alexandra school captain, Bristol and University of West Indies (UWI) all-rounder, who knows what success is all about, having played in champion UWI top league and limited overs teams. And he still plays for the Foundation First division side.

For bragging rights, it was the sixth Under-19 limited overs title in eight Finals for Foundation with all six titles coming in seven showdowns against Combermere, who boast of the most titles all told (nine) in 19 Finals since the Tournament started in 1984.

Interestingly as well, Foundation’s 40-over trophies have been back-to-back: 1999, 2000, 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2016. The lost to the Barbados “O” Level Institute in 1987 and to Combermere in 1998.

But while Winn has emerged as the coach in the forefront, credit also has to be given to the likes of Denis Osbourne and Bruce Cosens, who played pivotal roles before Winn arrived at Foundation.

The unassuming Osbourne, affectionately called “Parker”, is a former Lodge School and Wanderers top league cricketer, known for his left-arm pace. He has been a household name at Foundation for over two decades and as a former national basketball player as well, he has played a key role in that sport as a coach at the school, apart from his involvement with cricket and swimming.

Two of Osbourne’s greatest moments came when Foundation won the 2006 Under-15 title with Lodge as the opponents in the Final at Wildey, and the Under-13 Competition one season later when they met Combermere in the Final at the Lester Vaughan ground, Cane Garden.

It will also be a proud period for head of the Physical Education department, Seibert Straughn, a former Olympian who played cricket, too, when he was at The Lodge School.

And there is yet another Lodge School connection at Foundation in the person of principal Robert Cumberbatch, who ensured he was at Bayfield for both the three-day and 40-over Competitions.

Former Foundation students Shomari Davis and Joshua Drakes who assisted as coaches during the season and still play in the First division team, as well as loyal school employees Charles Hackett, Fabian Weekes and the now retired Holrick Smith, along with regular scorers Shakira Adams and Aaliyah Holder and other supporters must also feel very proud.

Today, Winn watched the match mainly from the southern end, at times in the company of Roderick Estwick, the highly successful Combermere coach, who is also currently one of the West Indies team coaches just back from tours of the United Arab Emirates for a three-match Test series against Pakistan and the Tri-nation one-day series in Zimbabwe.

The St. Catherine Club groundstaff, with former Division 1 batsman and loyal club member Ryle Stuart in the forefront, must also be highly commended for providing an excellent, hard, true pitch.

With the luck of the toss, Foundation were put on course for what proved to be a challenging total of 161 for nine off 40 overs, by left-hander King, who lashed 66 off 75 balls including three fours and four sixes to fittingly earn the Player-of-the-Match award.

Then after rain interrupted the Combermere innings and lasted roughly one hour with the score 40 for three off 10.5 overs - the impressive Blades having taken all three wickets - they were set a revised target of 102 in 25 overs.

On the surface, it  appeared to be an easy task of scoring 62 more runs off 14.1 overs with seven wickets intact but helped by two run outs and a trio of spinners - Joshua Corbin, Rondre Yearwood and Antonio Morris - who all bowled intelligently, Foundation stood solid as Combermere plunged to 78 all out in 22.4 overs, losing their last four wickets for just two runs in two overs.

Left-hander Seth Agard topscored with 21 at the top.

Blades grabbed three for 22 off six overs, while off-spinner Morris took two for nine off 2.4 overs to complete a solid all-round performance and left-armer Yearwood, two for 13 off five overs.

Yearwood and Morris are the sons of well-known BCA top league  players for many years - Rondelle Yearwood, who distinguished himself as a wicket-keeper/batsman for Pickwick and who has also turned to off-spin bowling in recent years, and Anthony Morris, an off-spinner as well and hard-hitting batsman for BET (renamed Cable & Wireless and LIME during his career at Wildey).

Anthony Morris watched the match today as he did for the three-day Final against St. Leonard's.

Operating from the Neville Mason at the north, Blades looked the part of a fast bowler with a bright future as he bowled an excellent line and length and also jolted the batsmen with pace and swing.

He is one of four members of the champion Foundation Under-15 team who played today. The others are Yearwood, Morris and Dasani Griffith.

Off the fourth ball of the innings, Blades had Kastun Stoute plumb leg before wicket for nought as the batsman missed a full one with the score on three.

Agard batted solidly and with Shakkae Marshall added 30 in 8.1 overs for the second wicket before wickets fell steadily.

Driving without moving his feet, Agard edged a catch to gleeful wicket-keeper Shem Watson and two balls later, another left-hander, Zidane Clarke, also driving, was bowled for five.

The rain interruption seemed to have put panic into the Combermere camp when it called for cool, level heads.

A full toss from Yearwood was swung by Marshall (five) into the hands of short midwicket in Kevon Connell and off the last ball of the same over, Thaddaeus Chase was run out for five.

Dante Niles was another run out victim for five as well to leave the score 60 for six in the 17th over.

Wicket-keeper Matthew Forde and Ronaldo Callender were consolidating and had added 16 in 3.5 overs to again raise Combermere's hopes of winning when Forde, driving, was bowled by Yearwood for 14 in the 21st over.

The end came swiftly.

Callender (seven) edged a drive off off-spinner Corbin into the hands of short third-man in Yearwood and Morris then comprehensively bowled a tentative Daren Cuffie and had Tyrse Brathwaite leg before wicket two balls later as he missed a low full toss - both batsmen falling for "ducks" to leave captain Runeko Layne high and dry on one not out.

Earlier, King and skipper Danyl Husbands added 49 in 14.2 overs for the first wicket to set the stage for Foundation. Apart from King's attacking batting, they were helped by sloppy fielding which was one of Combermere's disappointing features throughout the innings.

Husbands took 48 balls to score 14 before he was bowled by Clarke, one of five off-spinners used by Combermere - the others were Marshall, Niles, Callender and Layne  - among six bowlers all told.

After a stand of 39 in 9.3 overs between King and Corbin, again dominated by the former, who reached his half-century off 56 balls with two fours and three sixes, was broken, Combermere clawed their way back into the game as four wickets crashed for five runs 2.3 overs.

Corbin was bowled by Clarke for six and one run later, left-hander Watson, a Barbados Under-19 team player, was caught at backward square-leg by Niles, another national Under-19 team player, as he essayed a sweep off Clarke before he had scored.

Urged on by supporters to bat through the innings, King could not resist his attacking style and soon drove Niles into the hands of Clarke at mid-off.

Then Griffith was caught at slip by Layne off Clarke for one to leave the score 93 for five in the 27th over.

Morris and Connell then consolidated by putting on 38 in eight overs for the sixth wicket before both fell in successive overs.

Connell was bowled by Callender for 12 and Morris was caught at mid-on by Layne off Marshall for 25.

But there was another handy partnership of 27 in 3.4 overs between Christopher Taitt and Cherran Thompson before Taitt was caught at cover by Chase off Layne for 13 and Thompson was leg before wicket two balls later for 12.

Clarke was the leading wicket-taker with three for 42 off eight overs, Layne picked up two for 13 off two overs and Niles, two for 24 off eight overs.

SCORECARD

FOUNDATION

G. King c Clarke b Niles                   66   (75 balls, 3x4, 4x6)

*D. Husbands b Clarke                    14   (48 balls)

J. Corbin b Niles                               6   (23 balls)

+S. Watson c Niles b Clarke              0   (3 balls)

A. Morris c Layne b Marshall            25   (36 balls, 1x4)

D. Griffith c Layne b Clarke               1   (5 balls)

K. Connell b Callender                    12   (21 balls, 1x4)

C. Taitt c Chase b Layne                 13   (17 balls, 1x6)

C. Thompson lbw b Layne               12   (11 balls, 1x4)

J. Blades not out                             1   (1 ball)

R. Yearwood not out                        0   (1 ball)

Extras (b3, lb1, w6, nb1)               11

TOTAL (9 wks, 40 overs)               161

Fall of wickets: 1-49 (Husbands, 14.2 ov), 2-88 (Corbin, 23.5), 3-89 (Watson, 24.3), 4-90 (King, 25.1), 5-93 (Griffith, 26.2), 6-131 (Connell, 34.2), 7-133 (Morris, 35.5), 8-160 (Taitt, 39.3), 9-161 (Thompson, 39.5).

Bowling: Marshall 8-0-30-1, Brathwaite 8-3-19-0 (w2), Clarke 8-0-42-3 (w2), Niles 8-0-24-2 (w1), Callender 6-1-29-1 (w1, nb1), Layne 2-0-13-2.

COMBERMERE

S. Agard c wk Watson b Blades         21   (33 balls, 2x4)

K. Stoute lbw b Blades                      0    (1 ball)

S. Marshall c Connell b Yearwood       8   (27 balls)

Z. Clarke b Blades                            5   (9 balls)

T. Chase run out (Connell)                5    (8 balls)

+M. Forde b Yearwood                    14   (29 balls)

D. Niles run out (Griffith)                  5   (10 balls)

R. Callender c Yearwood b Corbin      7   (15 balls)

*R. Layne not out                            1   (3 balls)

D. Cuffie b Morris                             0   (2 balls)

T. Brathwaite lbw b Morris                 0   (2 balls)

Extras (lb2, w7, nb3)                      12

TOTAL (all out, 22.4 overs)              78

Fall of wickets: 1-3 (Stoute, 0.4 ov), 2-33 (Agard, 8.5), 3-40 (Clarke, 10.5), 4-45 (Marshall, 12.1), 5-48 (Chase, 13), 6-60 (Niles, 16.5), 7-76 (Forde, 20.4), 8-78 (Callender, 22), 9-78 (Cuffie, 22.2), 10-78 (Brathwaite, 22.4).

Bowling: Blades 6-1-22-3 (w2, nb1), Thompson 5-0-17-0 (w1, nb2), Corbin 4-0-15-1, Yearwood 5-0-13-2 (w2), Morris 2.4-0-9-2 (w2).

Result: Foundation won by 23 runs.

Toss: Foundation.

Player-of-the-Match: Glennico King (Foundation).

Umpires: Antonio Mayers, Michael Nurse.

Match manager: Colin Bowen.

BCA Board representative: Hartley Reid.

Scorers: Jordan Knight (Foundation), Kesmar Jackman (Combermere), Suzanne Belle (BCA).

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Foundation beat Combermere by 23 runs to retain title, BCA Schools' 40-over, Final, Update 14


RESULT

Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - D's Mega Styles Foundation beat Nicholls Baking Combermere by 23 runs in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today to retain the title.

Chasing a revised target of 102 off 25 overs, Combermere were bowled out for 78 in 22.4 overs.

Opener Seth Agard topscored with 21.

Left-arm fast bowler Jediah Blades was the leading wicket-taker with three for 22 off six overs.

Kastun Stoute was leg before wicket by a full toss from Blades for nought (3-1; 0.4 overs).

Left-hander Agard, driving, was caught at the wicket by Shem Watson off Blades for 21 (33-2; 8.5 overs).

Another left-hander, Zidane Clarke, also driving, was bowled by Blades for five (40-3; 10.5 overs).

Shakkae Marshall was caught at short midwicket by Kevon Connell off a full toss from left-arm spinner Rondre Yearwood for eight (45-4; 12.1 overs).

Thaddaeus Chase was run out for five (48-5; 13 overs).

Dante Niles was run out for five (60-6; 16.5 overs).

Matthew Forde was bowled by Yearwood for 14 (76-7; 20.4 overs).

Ronaldo Callender was caught at short third man by Yearwood off off-spinner Joshua Corbin for seven (78-8; 22 overs).

Daren Cuffie was bowled by Morris for nought (78-9; 22.2 overs).

And Tyrese Brathwaite was leg before wicket by Morris for nought (78 all out; 22.4 overs).

Captain Runeko Layne was not out on one.

Bowling: Blades 6-1-22-3 (w2, nb1), Thompson 5-0-17-0 (w1, nb2), Corbin 4-0-15-1, Yearwood 5-0-13-2 (w2, nb1), Morris 2.4-0-9-2 (w2).

Foundation scored 161 for nine off 40 overs after winning the toss.

Opener Glennico King, a left-hander, topscored with an attacking 66 off 75 balls including three fours and four sixes, which earned him the Player-of-the-Match award. His half-century came off 56 balls and included two fours and three sixes.

Off-spinner Clarke was the leading wicket-taker with three for 42 off eight overs.

Captain Danyl Husbands was bowled by Clarke for 14 (49-1; 14.2 overs).

Corbin was bowled by off-spinner Niles for six (88-2; 23.5 overs).

Left-hander Watson, sweeping, was caught at backward square-leg by Niles off Clarke for nought (89-3; 24.3 overs).

King, driving, was caught at mid-off by Clarke off Niles for 66 (90-4; 25.1 overs).

Dasani Griffith was caught at slip by Layne off Clarke for one (93-5; 26.2 overs).

Kevon Connell was bowled by off-spinner Callender for 12 (131-6; 34.2 overs).

Morris was caught at mid-on by Layne off off-spinner Marshall for 25 (133-7; 35.5 overs).

Christopher Taitt was caught at cover by Chase off Layne for 13 (160-8; 39.3 overs).

And Cherran Thompson was leg before wicket by Layne for 12 (161-9; 39.5 overs).

The not out batsmen were Blades on one and Yearwood, nought.

Bowling: Marshall 8-0-30-1, Brathwaite 8-3-19-0, Clarke 8-0-42-3, Niles 8-0-24-2, Callender 6-1-29-1, Layne 2-0-13-2.

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Combermere

78-8 (22 overs), chasing 102 off 25 overs v Foundation, BCA Schools' 40-over, Final, Update 13




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Nicholls Baking Combermere, chasing a revised target of 102 off 25 overs, were 78 for eight off 22 overs against D's Mega Styles Foundation in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

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Combermere

72-6 (20 overs), chasing 102 off 25 overs v Foundation, BCA Schools' 40-over, Final, Update 12




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Nicholls Baking Combermere, chasing a revised target of 102 off 25 overs, were 72 for six off 20 overs against D's Mega Styles Foundation in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

The not out batsmen were Matthew Forde on ten and Ronaldo Callender, six.

Kastun Stoute was leg before wicket by a full toss from left-arm fast bowler Jediah Blades for nought (3-1; 0.4 overs).

Left-hander Seth Agard, driving, was caught at the wicket by Shem Watson off Blades for 21 (33-2; 8.5 overs).

Another left-hander, Zidane Clarke, also driving, was bowled by Blades for five (40-3; 10.5 overs).

Shakkae Marshall was caught at short midwicket by Kevon Connell off a full toss from left-arm spinner Rondre Yearwood for eight (45-4; 12.1 overs).

Thaddaeus Chase was run out for five (48-5; 13 overs).

And Dante Niles was run out for five (60-6; 16.5 overs).

Blades took three for 22 off six overs.

Foundation scored 161 for nine off 40 overs after winning the toss.

Opener Glennico King, a left-hander, topscored with an attacking 66 off 75 balls including three fours and four sixes. His half-century came off 56 balls and included two fours and three sixes.

Off-spinner Clarke was the leading wicket-taker with three for 42 off eight overs.

Captain Danyl Husbands was bowled by Clarke for 14 (49-1; 14.2 overs).

Joshua Corbin was bowled by off-spinner Niles for six (88-2; 23.5 overs).

Left-hander Watson, sweeping, was caught at backward square-leg by Niles off Clarke for nought (89-3; 24.3 overs).

King, driving, was caught at mid-off by Clarke off Niles for 66 (90-4; 25.1 overs).

Dasani Griffith was caught at slip by captain Runeko Layne off Clarke for one (93-5; 26.2 overs).

Kevon Connell was bowled by off-spinner Ronaldo Callender for 12 (131-6; 34.2 overs).

Antonio Morris was caught at mid-on by Layne off off-spinner Marshall for 25 (133-7; 35.5 overs).

Christopher Taitt was caught at cover by Chase off Layne for 13 (160-8; 39.3 overs).

And Cherran Thompson was leg before wicket by Layne for 12 (161-9; 39.5 overs).

The not out batsmen were Blades on one and Rondre Yearwood, nought.

Bowling: Marshall 8-0-30-1, Brathwaite 8-3-19-0, Clarke 8-0-42-3, Niles 8-0-24-2, Callender 6-1-29-1, Layne 2-0-13-2.

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Combermere

53-5 (15 overs), chasing 102 off 25 overs v Foundation, BCA Schools' 40-over, Final, Update 11




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Nicholls Baking Combermere, chasing a revised target of 102 off 25 overs, were 53 for five off 15 overs against D's Mega Styles Foundation in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

The not out batsmen were Matthew Forde and Dante Niles, both on three.

Kastun Stoute was leg before wicket by a full toss from left-arm fast bowler Jediah Blades for nought (3-1; 0.4 overs).

Left-hander Seth Agard, driving, was caught at the wicket by Shem Watson off Blades for 21 (33-2; 8.5 overs).

Another left-hander, Zidane Clarke, also driving, was bowled by Blades for five (40-3; 10.5 overs).

Shakkae Marshall was caught at short midwicket by Kevon Connell off a full toss from left-arm spinner Rondre Yearwood for eight (45-4; 12.1 overs).

And Thaddaeus Chase was run out for five (48-5; 13 overs).

Blades took three for 22 off six overs.

Foundation scored 161 for nine off 40 overs after winning the toss.

Opener Glennico King, a left-hander, topscored with an attacking 66 off 75 balls including three fours and four sixes. His half-century came off 56 balls and included two fours and three sixes.

Off-spinner Clarke was the leading wicket-taker with three for 42 off eight overs.

Captain Danyl Husbands was bowled by Clarke for 14 (49-1; 14.2 overs).

Joshua Corbin was bowled by off-spinner Niles for six (88-2; 23.5 overs).

Left-hander Watson, sweeping, was caught at backward square-leg by Niles off Clarke for nought (89-3; 24.3 overs).

King, driving, was caught at mid-off by Clarke off Niles for 66 (90-4; 25.1 overs).

Dasani Griffith was caught at slip by captain Runeko Layne off Clarke for one (93-5; 26.2 overs).

Kevon Connell was bowled by off-spinner Ronaldo Callender for 12 (131-6; 34.2 overs).

Antonio Morris was caught at mid-on by Layne off off-spinner Marshall for 25 (133-7; 35.5 overs).

Christopher Taitt was caught at cover by Chase off Layne for 13 (160-8; 39.3 overs).

And Cherran Thompson was leg before wicket by Layne for 12 (161-9; 39.5 overs).

The not out batsmen were Blades on one and Rondre Yearwood, nought.

Bowling: Marshall 8-0-30-1, Brathwaite 8-3-19-0, Clarke 8-0-42-3, Niles 8-0-24-2, Callender 6-1-29-1, Layne 2-0-13-2.

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Comberme

re set revised target of 102 off 25 overs v Foundation, BCA Schools' 40-over, Final, Update 10




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Nicholls Baking Combermere have been set a revised target of 102 off 25 overs against D's Mega Styles Foundation in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

Rain had stopped play with the score 40 for three off 10.5 overs chasing 162 to win.

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Comberm

ere 40-3 (10.5 overs), chasing 162 to win v Foundation, BCA Schools' 40-over, Final, Update 9




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Nicholls Baking Combermere, chasing 162 to win in 40 overs, were 40 for three off 10.5 overs against D's Mega Styles Foundation when rain stopped play in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

Shakkae Marshall was not out on seven.

Kastun Stoute was leg before wicket by a full toss from left-arm fast bowler Jediah Blades for nought (3-1; 0.4 overs).

Left-hander Seth Agard, driving, was caught at the wicket by Shem Watson off Blades for 21 (33-2; 8.5 overs).

And another left-hander, Zidane Clarke, also driving, was bowled by Blades for five (40-3; 10.5 overs).

Blades had three for 22 off 5.5 overs.

Foundation scored 161 for nine off 40 overs after winning the toss.

Opener Glennico King, a left-hander, topscored with an attacking 66 off 75 balls including three fours and four sixes. His half-century came off 56 balls and included two fours and three sixes.

Off-spinner Clarke was the leading wicket-taker with three for 42 off eight overs.

Captain Danyl Husbands was bowled by Clarke for 14 (49-1; 14.2 overs).

Joshua Corbin was bowled by off-spinner Dante Niles for six (88-2; 23.5 overs).

Left-hander Shem Watson, sweeping, was caught at backward square-leg by Niles off Clarke for nought (89-3; 24.3 overs).

King, driving, was caught at mid-off by Clarke off Niles for 66 (90-4; 25.1 overs).

Dasani Griffith was caught at slip by captain Runeko Layne off Clarke for one (93-5; 26.2 overs).

Kevon Connell was bowled by off-spinner Ronaldo Callender for 12 (131-6; 34.2 overs).

Antonio Morris was caught at mid-on by Layne off off-spinner Marshall for 25 (133-7; 35.5 overs).

Christopher Taitt was caught at cover by Chase off Layne for 13 (160-8; 39.3 overs).

And Cherran Thompson was leg before wicket by Layne for 12 (161-9; 39.5 overs).

The not out batsmen were Blades on one and Rondre Yearwood, nought.

Bowling: Marshall 8-0-30-1, Brathwaite 8-3-19-0, Clarke 8-0-42-3, Niles 8-0-24-2, Callender 6-1-29-1, Layne 2-0-13-2.

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Comb

ermere 24-1 (5 overs), chasing 162 to win v Foundation, BCA Schools' 40-over, Final, Update 8




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Nicholls Baking Combermere, chasing 162 to win in 40 overs, were 25 for one off five overs against D's Mega Styles Foundation in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

The not out batsmen were left-hander Seth Agard on 17 and Shakkae Marshall, three.

Kastun Stoute was leg before wicket by a full toss from left-arm fast bowler Jediah Blades for nought (3-1; 0.4 overs).

Foundation scored 161 for nine off 40 overs after winning the toss.

Opener Glennico King, a left-hander, topscored with an attacking 66 off 75 balls including three fours and four sixes. His half-century came off 56 balls and included two fours and three sixes.

Off-spinner Zidane Clarke was the leading wicket-taker with three for 42 off eight overs.

Captain Danyl Husbands was bowled by Clarke for 14 (49-1; 14.2 overs).

Joshua Corbin was bowled by off-spinner Dante Niles for six (88-2; 23.5 overs).

Left-hander Shem Watson, sweeping, was caught at backward square-leg by Niles off Clarke for nought (89-3; 24.3 overs).

King, driving, was caught at mid-off by Clarke off Niles for 66 (90-4; 25.1 overs).

Dasani Griffith was caught at slip by captain Runeko Layne off Clarke for one (93-5; 26.2 overs).

Kevon Connell was bowled by off-spinner Ronaldo Callender for 12 (131-6; 34.2 overs).

Antonio Morris was caught at mid-on by Layne off off-spinner Marshall for 25 (133-7; 35.5 overs).

Christopher Taitt was caught at cover by Chase off Layne for 13 (160-8; 39.3 overs).

And Cherran Thompson was leg before wicket by Layne for 12 (161-9; 39.5 overs).

The not out batsmen were Blades on one and Rondre Yearwood, nought.

Bowling: Marshall 8-0-30-1, Brathwaite 8-3-19-0, Clarke 8-0-42-3, Niles 8-0-24-2, Callender 6-1-29-1, Layne 2-0-13-2.

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Foundation

score 161-9 (40 overs) v Combermere, BCA Schools' 40-over  Championship, Final, Update 7




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - D's Mega Styles Foundation scored 161 for nine off 40 overs after winning the toss against Nicholls Baking Combermere in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

Opener Glennico King, a left-hander, topscored with an attacking 66 off 75 balls including three fours and four sixes. His half-century came off 56 balls and included two fours and three sixes.

Off-spinner Zidane Clarke was the leading wicket-taker with three for 42 off eight overs.

Captain Danyl Husbands was bowled by Clarke for 14 (49-1; 14.2 overs).

Joshua Corbin was bowled by off-spinner Dante Niles for six (88-2; 23.5 overs).

Left-hander Shem Watson, sweeping, was caught at backward square-leg by Niles off Clarke for nought (89-3; 24.3 overs).

King, driving, was caught at mid-off by Clarke off Niles for 66 (90-4; 25.1 overs).

Dasani Griffith was caught at slip by captain Runeko Layne off Clarke for one (93-5; 26.2 overs).

Kevon Connell was bowled by off-spinner Ronaldo Callender for 12 (131-6; 34.2 overs).

Antonio Morris was caught at mid-on by Layne off off-spinner Shakkae Marshall for 25 (133-7; 35.5 overs).

Christopher Taitt was caught at cover by Chase off Layne for 13 (160-8; 39.3 overs).

And Cherran Thompson was leg before wicket by Layne for 12 (161-9; 39.5 overs).

The not out batsmen were Jediah Blades on one and Rondre Yearwood, nought.

Bowling: Marshall 8-0-30-1, Brathwaite 8-3-19-0, Clarke 8-0-42-3, Niles 8-0-24-2, Callender 6-1-29-1, Layne 2-0-13-2.

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ation 131-6 (35 overs) v Combermere, BCA Schools' 40-over  Championship, Final, Update 6




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - D's Mega Styles Foundation were 131 for six off 35 overs after winning the toss against Nicholls Baking Combermere in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

The not out batsmen were Antonio Morris on 24 and Christopher Taitt, nought.

Captain Danyl Husbands was bowled by off-spinner Zidane Clarke for 14 (49-1; 14.2 overs).

Joshua Corbin was bowled by off-spinner Dante Niles for six (88-2; 23.5 overs).

Left-hander Shem Watson, sweeping, was caught at backward square-leg by Dante Niles off Clarke for nought (89-3; 24.3 overs).

Another left-hander, Glennico King, driving, was caught at mid-off by Clarke off off-spinner Niles for 66 (90-4; 25.1 overs).

Dasani Griffith was caught at slip by captain Runeko Layne off Clarke for one (93-5; 26.2 overs).

And Kevon Connell was bowled by off-spinner Ronaldo Callender for 12 (131-6; 34.2 overs).

King faced 75 balls and struck three fours and four sixes. His half-century came off 56 balls and included two fours and three sixes.

Clarke took three for 42 off eight overs and Niles, two for 22, also off his allotted eight overs.

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ation 110-5 (30 overs) v Combermere, BCA Schools' 40-over  Championship, Final, Update 5




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - D's Mega Styles Foundation were110 for five off 30 overs after winning the toss against Nicholls Baking Combermere in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

The not out batsmen were Antonio Morris on nine and Kevon Connell, eight.

Captain Danyl Husbands was bowled by off-spinner Zidane Clarke for 14 (49-1; 14.2 overs).

Joshua Corbin was bowled by off-spinner Dante Niles for six (88-2; 23.5 overs).

Left-hander Shem Watson, sweeping, was caught at backward square-leg by Dante Niles off Clarke for nought (89-3; 24.3 overs).

Another left-hander, Glennico King, driving, was caught at mid-off by Clarke off Niles for 66 (90-4; 25.1 overs).

 And Dasani Griffith was caught at slip by captain Runeko Layne off Clarke for one (93-5; 26.2 overs).

King faced 75 balls and struck three fours and four sixes. His half-century came off 56 balls and included two fours and three sixes.

Clarke took three for 42 off eight overs, while Niles had two for 22 off seven overs.

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tion 92-4 (25.5 overs) v Combermere, BCA Schools' 40-over  Championship, Final, Update 4




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - D's Mega Styles Foundation were 92 for four off 25.5 overs after winning the toss against Nicholls Baking Combermere when rain stopped play briefly in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

The not out batsmen were Antonio Morris and Dasani Griffith, both on one.

Captain Danyl Husbands was bowled by off-spinner Zidane Clarke for 14 (49-1; 14.2 overs).

Joshua Corbin was bowled by off-spinner Dante Niles for six (88-2; 23.5 overs).

Left-hander Shem Watson, sweeping, was caught at backward square-leg by Dante Niles off Clarke for nought (89-3; 24.3 overs).

And another left-hander, Glennico King, driving, was caught at mid-off by Clarke off Niles for 66 (90-4; 25.1 overs).

King faced 75 balls and struck three fours and four sixes. His half-century came off 56 balls and included two fours and three sixes.

Niles had two for 12 off 4.5 overs and Clarke, two for 39 off seven overs.

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dation 72-1 (20 overs) v Combermere, BCA Schools' 40-over  Championship, Final, Update 3




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - D's Mega Styles Foundation were 72 for one off 20 overs after winning the toss on a hard, true pitch in bright, sunny conditions against Nicholls Baking Combermere in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

The not out batsmen were left-hander Glennico King on 50 and Joshua Corbin, five.

King's half-century came off 56 balls and included two fours and three sixes.

Captain Danyl Husbands was bowled by off-spinner Zidane Clarke for 14 (49-1; 14.2 overs).

Bowling: Marshall 6-0-22-0, Brathwaite 8-3-19-0, Clarke 4-0-20-1, Niles 2-0-7-0.

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dation 51-1 (15 overs) v Combermere, BCA Schools' 40-over  Championship, Final, Update 2




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - D's Mega Styles Foundation were 51 for one off 15 overs after winning the toss on a hard, true pitch in bright, sunny conditions against Nicholls Baking Combermere in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

The not out batsmen were left-hander Glennico King on 33 and Joshua Corbin, two.

Captain Danyl Husbands was bowled by off-spinner Zidane Clarke for 14 (49-1; 14.2 overs).

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Foundation 26-0 (10 overs) v Combermere, BCA Schools' 40-over Championship, Final, Update 1




Bridgetown, Barbados, December 13 - (www.bcacricket.org) - D's Mega Styles Foundation were 26 without loss off ten overs after winning the toss on a hard, true pitch in bright, sunny conditions against Nicholls Baking Combermere in the Final of the BCA Schools' 40-over Championship at Bayfield today.

The not out batsmen were left-hander Glennico King on 16 and captain Danyl Husbands, nine.

Teams:

Foundation - Danyl Husbands (captain), Glennico King, Shem Watson, Dasani Griffith, Antonio Morris, Joshua Corbin, Christopher Taitt, Kevon Connell, Cherran Thompson, Jediah Blades, Rondre Yearwood.

Combermere - Runeko Layne (captain), Kastun Stoute, Seth Agard, Shakkae Marshall, Zidane Clarke, Thaddaeus Chase, Matthew Forde, Dante Niles, Daren Cuffie, Tyrese Brathwaite, Ronaldo Callender.

Umpires: Antonio Mayers, Michael Nurse.

Match manager: Colin Bowen.

BCA Board representative: Hartley Reid.

Scorers: Jordan Knight (Foundation), Kesmar Jackman (Combermere), Suzanne Belle (BCA).

Document Author Keith Holder
Date Published 2016-12-13
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