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Date Published: 2017-06-26 

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UWI beat Wanderers by 6 wickets, Sagicor General T20, Semi-final 1, Update 9

Bridgetown, Barbados, June 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Sagicor Life UWI beat CounterPoint Wanderers by six wickets with one over remaining in the first semi-final of the BCA Sagicor Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

Set 140 to win, UWI made 141 for four off 19 overs.

Leniko Boucher topscored with 66 off 46 balls including nine fours. His half-century came off 34 balls and contained seven fours.

Skipper Nicholas Kirton scored 50 not out off 46 balls with two fours and one six.

Left-hander Jervain Benjamin was bowled by leg-spinner Nikolai Charles for one (6-1; 1.2 overs).

Boucher was caught at long-off by Jason Greene off Charles (100-2; 13 overs).

Shaquille Williams was caught at midwicket by Roshon Primus off left-arm spinner Chad Clarke-Reifer for six (114-3; 15.3 overs). 

And left-hander Marlon Welcome-Goodman was caught at the wicket by Sylvester Moore off Clarke-Reifer for three (127-4; 17.4 overs).

Ryan Hinds was not out on 11.

Bowling: Stuart 2-0-24-0, Charles 4-0-23-2 (w1), Agard 4-0-23-0, Brathwaite 2-0-18-0, Primus 3-0-31-0, Clarke-Reifer 4-0-22-2.

Wanderers scored 139 for nine off 20 overs after winning the toss.

Jonathan Drakes and Rey Matthews jointly topscored with 30.

Drakes faced 17 balls and struck five fours and one six, while left-hander Matthews received 20 deliveries and hit three sixes.

Veteran left-arm spinner Hinds was the leading wicket-taker with four for 24 off four overs.

Kraigg Brathwaite was comprehensively bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for nine (10-1; 1.2 overs).

Drakes, trying to force through the off side, was caught at the wicket by Benjamin off Hinds (41-2; 6.1 overs).

Greene was brilliantly caught, low at long-off by Boucher off Hinds for ten (54-3; 8.3 overs).

Primus was bowled by Hinds for three (65-4; 11 overs).

Left-hander Shayne Moseley, swinging, was caught at midwicket by Hinds off medium-pacer Welcome-Goodman for 15 (80-5; 13.5 overs).

Matthews was bowled by fast bowler Chemar Holder (109-6; 15.4 overs).

Michael Agard was caught at extra-cover by Hinds off Holder for nine (122-7;; 18 overs).

Moore was bowled by Hinds for one (132-8; 19.2 overs).

And Clarke-Reifer was run out for nought (136-9; 19.5 overs).

The not out batsmen were Diego Stuart on 18 and Charles, nought.

Bowling: Holder 4-0-25-2 (nb1), Hodge 4-1-7-1, Kirton 2-0-28-0, Hinds 4-0-24-4 (w8), Welcome-Goodman 2-0-12-1 (w1), Edward 2-0-27-0, Pennyfeather 2-0-13-0 (w1).

SCORECARD

WANDERERS

J. Greene c Boucher b Hinds                                   10   (23 balls, 1x4)

K. Brathwaite b Hodge                                            9     (6 balls, 1x4)

J. Drakes c wk Benjamin b Hinds                             30    (17 balls, 5x4, 1x6)

S. Moseley c Hinds b Welcome-Goodman                15    (19 balls)

R. Primus b Hinds                                                   3    (9 balls)

R. Matthews b Holder                                            30     (20 balls, 3x6)

*D. Stuart not out                                                 18    (17 balls, 1x4, 1x6)

M. Agard c Hinds b Holder                                       9     (9 balls, 1x6)

+S. Moore b Hinds                                                  1    (2 balls)

C. Clarke-Reifer run out (Hodge)                              0    (0 balls)

N. Charles not out                                                   0    (0 balls)

Extras (b1, lb2, w10, nb1)                                      14

TOTAL (9 wks, 20 overs)                                       139

Fall of wickets: 1-10 (Brathwaite, 1.2 ov), 2-41 (Drakes, 6.1), 3-54 (Greene, 8.3), 4-65 (Primus, 11), 5-80 (Moseley, 13.5), 6-109 (Matthews, 15.4), 7-122 (Agard, 18), 8-132 (Moore, 19.2), 9-136 (Clarke-Reifer, 19.5).

Bowling: Holder 4-0-25-2 (nb1), Hodge 4-1-7-1, Kirton 2-0-28-0, Hinds 4-0-24-4 (w8), Welcome-Goodman 2-0-12-1 (w1), Edward 2-0-27-0, Pennyfeather 2-0-13-0 (w1).


UWI

L. Boucher c Greene b Charles                                66   (47 balls, 9x4)

+J. Benjamin b Charles                                            1   (3 balls)

*N. Kirton not out                                                   50    (46 balls, 2x4, 1x6)

S. Williams c Primus b Clarke-Reifer                          6    (7 balls, 1x4)

M. Welcome-Goodman c wk Moore b Clarke-Reifer      4   (8 balls)

R. Hinds not out                                                     11   (6 balls, 2x4)

Extras (w2, nb1)                                                      3

TOTAL (4 wks, 19 overs)                                        141

Fall of wickets: 1-6 (Benjamin, 1.2 ov), 2-100 (Boucher, 13), 3-114 (Williams, 15.2), 4-128 (Welcome-Goodman, 17.4).

Did not bat: K. Hodge, F. Reifer, C. Holder, C. Pennyfeather, L. Edward.

Bowling: Stuart 2-0-24-0, Charles 4-0-23-2 (w1), Agard 4-0-23-0, Brathwaite 2-0-18-0 (w1), Primus 3-0-31-0 (nb1), Clarke-Reifer 4-0-22-2.

Toss: Wanderers.

Result: UWI won by six wickets.

Umpires: Dave Thompson, Ryan Willoughby.

Match referee: Sherlock Wall.


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UWI

113-2 (15 overs), chasing 140 to win v Wanderers, Sagicor General T20, Semi-final 1, Update 8




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Sagicor Life UWI, chasing 140 to win, were 113 for two off 15 overs against CounterPoint Wanderers in the first semi-final of the BCA Sagicor Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were Nicholas Kirton on 37 and Shaquille Williams, six.

Left-hander Jervain Benjamin was bowled by leg-spinner Nikolai Charles for one (6-1; 1.2 overs).

And Leniko Boucher was caught at long-off by Jason Greene off Charles for 66 (100-2; 13 overs).

Boucher faced 46 balls and struck nine fours. His half-century came off 34 balls and contained seven fours.

Wanderers scored 139 for nine off 20 overs after winning the toss.

Jonathan Drakes and Rey Matthews jointly topscored with 30.

Drakes faced 17 balls and struck five fours and one six, while left-hander Matthews received 20 deliveries and hit three sixes.

Veteran left-arm spinner Ryan Hinds was the leading wicket-taker with four for 24 off four overs.

Kraigg Brathwaite was comprehensively bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for nine (10-1; 1.2 overs).

Drakes, trying to force through the off side, was caught at the wicket by Benjamin off Hinds (41-2; 6.1 overs).

Greene was brilliantly caught, low at long-off by Boucher off Hinds for ten (54-3; 8.3 overs).

Roshon Primus was bowled by Hinds for three (65-4; 11 overs).

Left-hander Shayne Moseley, swinging, was caught at midwicket by Hinds off medium-pacer Marlon Welcome-Goodman for 15 (80-5; 13.5 overs).

Matthews was bowled by fast bowler Chemar Holder (109-6; 15.4 overs).

Michael Agard was caught at extra-cover by Hinds off Holder for nine (122-7;; 18 overs).

Sylvester Moore was bowled by Hinds for one (132-8; 19.2 overs).

And Chad Clarke-Reifer was run out for nought (136-9; 19.5 overs).

The not out batsmen were Diego Stuart on 18 and Charles, nought.

Bowling: Holder 4-0-25-2 (nb1), Hodge 4-1-7-1, Kirton 2-0-28-0, Hinds 4-0-24-4 (w8), Welcome-Goodman 2-0-12-1 (w1), Edward 2-0-27-0, Pennyfeather 2-0-13-0 (w1).

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UWI

83-1 (10 overs), chasing 140 to win v Wanderers, Sagicor General T20, Semi-final 1, Update 7




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Sagicor Life UWI, chasing 140 to win, were 87 for one off ten overs against CounterPoint Wanderers in the first semi-final of the BCA Sagicor Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were Leniko Boucher on 57 and Nicholas Kirton, 23.

Boucher's half-century came off 34 balls and contained seven fours.

Left-hander Jervain Benjamin was bowled by leg-spinner Nikolai Charles for one (6-1; 1.2 overs).

Wanderers scored 139 for nine off 20 overs after winning the toss.

Jonathan Drakes and Rey Matthews jointly topscored with 30.

Drakes faced 17 balls and struck five fours and one six, while left-hander Matthews received 20 deliveries and hit three sixes.

Veteran left-arm spinner Ryan Hinds was the leading wicket-taker with four for 24 off four overs.

Kraigg Brathwaite was comprehensively bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for nine (10-1; 1.2 overs).

Drakes, trying to force through the off side, was caught at the wicket by Benjamin off Hinds (41-2; 6.1 overs).

Jason Greene was brilliantly caught, low at long-off by Boucher off Hinds for ten (54-3; 8.3 overs).

Roshon Primus was bowled by Hinds for three (65-4; 11 overs).

Left-hander Shayne Moseley, swinging, was caught at midwicket by Hinds off medium-pacer Marlon Welcome-Goodman for 15 (80-5; 13.5 overs).

Matthews was bowled by fast bowler Chemar Holder (109-6; 15.4 overs).

Michael Agard was caught at extra-cover by Hinds off Holder for nine (122-7;; 18 overs).

Sylvester Moore was bowled by Hinds for one (132-8; 19.2 overs).

And Chad Clarke-Reifer was run out for nought (136-9; 19.5 overs).

The not out batsmen were Diego Stuart on 18 and Charles, nought.

Bowling: Holder 4-0-25-2 (nb1), Hodge 4-1-7-1, Kirton 2-0-28-0, Hinds 4-0-24-4 (w8), Welcome-Goodman 2-0-12-1 (w1), Edward 2-0-27-0, Pennyfeather 2-0-13-0 (w1).

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UW

I 41-1 (5 overs), chasing 140 to win v Wanderers, Sagicor General T20, Semi-final 1, Update 6




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Sagicor Life UWI, chasing 140 to win, were 41 for one off five overs against CounterPoint Wanderers in the first semi-final of the BCA Sagicor Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were Leniko Boucher on 28 and Nicholas Kirton, 12.

Left-hander Jervain Benjamin was bowled by leg-spinner Nikolai Charles for one (6-1; 1.2 overs).

Wanderers scored 139 for nine off 20 overs after winning the toss.

Jonathan Drakes and Rey Matthews jointly topscored with 30.

Drakes faced 17 balls and struck five fours and one six, while left-hander Matthews received 20 deliveries and hit three sixes.

Veteran left-arm spinner Ryan Hinds was the leading wicket-taker with four for 24 off four overs.

Kraigg Brathwaite was comprehensively bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for nine (10-1; 1.2 overs).

Drakes, trying to force through the off side, was caught at the wicket by Benjamin off Hinds (41-2; 6.1 overs).

Jason Greene was brilliantly caught, low at long-off by Boucher off Hinds for ten (54-3; 8.3 overs).

Roshon Primus was bowled by Hinds for three (65-4; 11 overs).

Left-hander Shayne Moseley, swinging, was caught at midwicket by Hinds off medium-pacer Marlon Welcome-Goodman for 15 (80-5; 13.5 overs).

Matthews was bowled by fast bowler Chemar Holder (109-6; 15.4 overs).

Michael Agard was caught at extra-cover by Hinds off Holder for nine (122-7;; 18 overs).

Sylvester Moore was bowled by Hinds for one (132-8; 19.2 overs).

And Chad Clarke-Reifer was run out for nought (136-9; 19.5 overs).

The not out batsmen were Diego Stuart on 18 and Charles, nought.

Bowling: Holder 4-0-25-2 (nb1), Hodge 4-1-7-1, Kirton 2-0-28-0, Hinds 4-0-24-4 (w8), Welcome-Goodman 2-0-12-1 (w1), Edward 2-0-27-0, Pennyfeather 2-0-13-0 (w1).

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Wanderers score 139-9 (20 overs) v UWI, Sagicor General T20, Semi-final 1, Update 5




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - CounterPoint Wanderers scored 139 for nine off 20 overs after winning the toss against Sagicor Life UWI in the first semi-final of the BCA Sagicor Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

Jonathan Drakes and Rey Matthews jointly  topscored with 30.

Drakes faced 17 balls and struck five fours and one six, while left-hander Matthews received 20 deliveries and hit three sixes.

Veteran left-arm spinner Ryan Hinds was the leading wicket-taker with four for 24 off four overs.

Kraigg Brathwaite was comprehensively bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for nine (10-1; 1.2 overs).

Drakes, trying to force through the off side, was caught at the wicket by Jervain Benjamin off Hinds (41-2; 6.1 overs).

Jason Greene was brilliantly caught, low at long-off by Leniko Boucher off Hinds for ten (54-3; 8.3 overs).

Roshon Primus was bowled by Hinds for three (65-4; 11 overs).

Left-hander Shayne Moseley, swinging, was caught at midwicket by Hinds off medium-pacer Marlon Welcome-Goodman for 15 (80-5; 13.5 overs).

Matthews was bowled by fast bowler Chemar Holder (109-6; 15.4 overs).

Michael Agard was caught at extra-cover by Hinds off Holder for nine (122-7;; 18 overs).

Sylvester Moore was bowled by Hinds for one (132-8; 19.2 overs).

And Chad Clarke-Reifer was run out for nought (136-9; 19.5 overs).

The not out batsmen were Diego Stuart on 18 and Nikolai Charles, nought.

Bowling: Holder 4-0-25-2 (nb1), Hodge 4-1-7-1, Kirton 2-0-28-0, Hinds 4-0-24-4 (w8), Welcome-Goodman 2-0-12-1 (w1), Edward 2-0-27-0, Pennyfeather 2-0-13-0 (w1).

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Wanderers 105-5 (15 overs) v UWI, Sagicor General T20, Semi-final 1, Update 4




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - CounterPoint Wanderers were 105 for five off 15 overs after winning the toss against Sagicor Life UWI in the first semi-final of the BCA Sagicor Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were left-hander Rey Matthews on 28 and Diego Stuart, four. 

Kraigg Brathwaite was comprehensively bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for nine (10-1; 1.2 overs).

Jonathan Drakes, trying to force through the off side, was caught at the wicket by Jervain Benjamin off left-arm spinner Ryan Hinds for 30 (41-2; 6.1 overs).

Jason Greene was brilliantly caught, low at long-off by Leniko Boucher off Hinds for ten (54-3; 8.3 overs).

Roshon Primus was bowled by Hinds for three (65-4; 11 overs).

And left-hander Shayne Moseley, swinging, was caught at midwicket by Hinds off medium-pacer Marlon Welcome-Goodman for 15 (80-5; 13.5 overs).

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Wanderers 60-3 (10 overs) v UWI, Sagicor General T20, Semi-final 1, Update 3




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - CounterPoint Wanderers were 60 for three off ten overs after winning the toss against Sagicor Life UWI in the first semi-final of the BCA Sagicor Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were left-hander Shayne Moseley on seven and Roshon Primus, two. 

Kraigg Brathwaite was comprehensively bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for nine (10-1; 1.2 overs).

Jonathan Drakes, trying to force through the off side, was caught at the wicket by Jervain Benjamin off left-arm spinner Ryan Hinds for 30 (41-2; 6.1 overs).

And Jason Greene was brilliantly caught, low at long-off by Leniko Boucher off Hinds for ten (54-3; 8.3 overs).

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Wanderers 41-1 (5 overs) v UWI, Sagicor General T20, Semi-final 1, Update 2




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - CounterPoint Wanderers were 41 for one off five overs after winning the toss against Sagicor Life UWI in the first semi-final of the BCA Sagicor Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were Jason Greene on two and Jonathan Drakes, 30.

Kraigg Brathwaite was comprehensively bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for nine (10-1; 1.2 overs).

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Wanderers batting after winning toss, Sagicor General T20, Semi-final 1, Update 1




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 26 - (www.bcacricket.org) - CounterPoint Wanderers are batting after winning the toss against Sagicor Life UWI in the first semi-final of the BCA Sagicor Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

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Date Published 2017-06-26
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