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Sagicor Twenty20

UWI sweep to hat-trick of Sagicor T20 titles as St. Catherine crash to lowest ever total in a Final


Bridgetown, Barbados, June 30 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Ruthless Sagicor Life UWI continue to be the envy of all and sundry as they created more amazing history in climaxing the 10th edition of the BCA Sagicor General Twenty20 Championship.

Often maligned by critics for the luxury of unmatched facilities at the well-appointed 3Ws Oval, Cave Hill, and a privileged selection pool of players, UWI tonight became the first ever team to capture a hat-trick of titles, lifting their record total to five - all in the last six seasons. It was the sixth time UWI were playing in a T20 Final - also a record - following their first in 2010 when they lost to ICBL Empire.

Furthermore, in crushing Elite division three-day champions Crane Resort St. Catherine by 65 runs at Kensington Oval, they sent the clannish St. Philip first-time finalists tumbling to the lowest ever total in a Final - 80 all out in 18.4 overs.

The margin of victory was the second largest in terms of runs in a Final, just one run behind the 66-run defeat inflicted on BDFSP at 3Ws Oval last season when UWI amassed the highest ever score in a Final - 186 for seven off 20 overs.

UWI's T20 titles now show: 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

And since they were admitted to the top flight in 2006, their silverware is very impressive with five three-day titles - 2009, 2010 (shared with Spartan), 2011, 2012 and 2015, in addition to three in the Super Cup (50-over) - 2007, 2012 and 2015.

For the records, one can also add UWI's capture of the Intermediate division title last season, propelling them to the First division Competitions.

Expectations of a nerve-jangling showdown based on the performances of both UWI and St. Catherine throughout the 12-team Tournament fell flat. It was too one-sided, no doubt leaving St. Catherine wondering whether they were overwhelmed by the big occasion or a truly, strong unit.

UWI silenced baffling criticism by commentators of their batting approach in the first ten overs by lifting the tempo in the 'death" overs to score 145 for five off 20 after they were sent in on a slow, dampish pitch with heavy clouds hovering over the ground, amidst a threat of rain.

The stage was intelligently set by diminutive stroke-player Leniko Boucher and wicket-keeper Justin Bramble, who added 76 in 12.3 overs for the first wicket.

Boucher, in his first season with UWI after representing his alma mater Combermere in the past couple years instead of Barbados Youth (formerly known as Combined Schools) in what has been become an increasingly contentious issue, topscored with 56 off 48 balls including five fours and two sixes, while Bramble, in only his second match of the Tournament this season because of injury, made 26 off 35 deliveries.

Player-of-the-Match Boucher ended the Tournament as the third highest run-getter (224; average 32.00).

Once they were parted, the next four wickets fell for 25 runs in 4.5 overs, as St. Catherine no doubt felt they were back in the game.

But skipper Nicholas Kirton, the Barbados Under-19 team captain of last season and who also put his school Combermere ahead of Barbados Youth for local domestic competitions in the previous two seasons, lifted the tempo significantly in breath-taking style with former Barbados captain and West Indies all-rounder Ryan Hinds.

Kirton and Hinds put on 44 in just 2.4 overs with Kirton blasting an unbeaten 29 including one four and three sixes off 16 balls, while Hinds made 16 not out containing two sixes off only six deliveries.

Significantly, apart from Boucher, a former national Under-19 team player, the top seven batsmen in the UWI team are left-handers. It is arguably a unique batting line-up at any level of the game.

With a varied combination of pace and spin, UWI then sliced through the cream of the St. Catherine batting, leaving them tottering on 29 for six by the end of the eighth over.

It took a last wicket partnership of 21 in 5.1 overs between veteran bowling all-rounder Derick Bishop and Damien Browne to bring a little respectability to the total, with Bishop hitting the topscore of 23 not out off 25 balls.

Chemar Holder, a talented fast bowler who was one of the key players in spurring the West Indies Under-19 team to the title at the ICC Youth World Cup in Bangladesh last year, created the early problems by firing out skipper Omar Phillips and fellow Barbados Pride player Kenroy Williams in the space of four balls in the third over of the innings.

A combination of sharp fielding, which resulted in two run outs, and crafty bowling from a trio of left-arm spinners - Kavem Hodge, Hinds and Larry Edward - tightened UWI's grip.

Then burly Marlon Welcome-Goodman, better known for his powerful left-hand batting, grabbed the last three wickets with clever right-arm medium-pace bowling.

Welcome-Goodman, in his first season with UWI after representing four other teams - Barbados Youth, Maple, Carlton and BDFSP - took three for 17 off 3.4 overs.

The previous lowest total in a Final was 92 all out in 20 overs by CounterPoint Wanderers in 2014 when they lost by eight wickets to Massy Stores (formerly Super Centre) Spartan.

In fact, only one other team - Empire - were bowled out for under 100 in a Final. That was in 2011 when they fell for 96 in 19 overs as Maple swept to a 31-run win to become the first team to capture the title twice.

St. Catherine's batting woes started from the fourth ball of the innings with Shamar Cooke being run out for nought by a direct underarm throw from short midwicket by the fleet-footed Jonathan Carter to the 'keeper's end as a sharp single was attempted.

Left-hander Phillips, who went into the match as one of only six batsmen with over 200 runs (210), was a victim of the pull, caught at mid-on by an ecstatic Kirton for eight in the third over.

Williams, flashing outside the off stump, was caught at the wicket by Bramble for a 'duck' to make in 19 for three.

Mario Rampersaud, another Barbados Pride player, who keeps wicket when Shai Hope and Shane Dowrich are on duties with West Indies, was bowled by Hinds for four as the left-hander searched for a drive in the fifth over.

Ulric Batson was yet another victim of the drive, bowled off stump by Hodge for one to leave the score 17 for five after 5.5 overs.

And when veteran Alcindo Holder was run out for 15 by Edward's throw from backward point, a sorry looking scoreboard of 29 for six after 7.5 overs mirrowed sad looking faces of the St. Catherine supporters in the 3Ws Stand.

The dismissals of the last four batsmen summed up St. Catherine's mindset.

A desperate Dwayne Skeete, swinging, was bowled by Edward for four before Welcome-Goodman said goodbye by snapping up the last three wickets.

Darnell Greenidge, swinging, was caught at long-on by Kirton for 15, Shakeem Blades was brilliantly caught low at deep square-leg by Boucher for nought and Browne, swiping, was bowled middle stump for five.

UWI had been given a fairly brisk start with 33 runs coming off the first four overs. One of the most memorable strokes was a drive for six over extra-cover by Boucher off off-spinner Blades in the third over.

Bramble was badly dropped on six with the score 30 by Rampersaud, running to short fine-leg, off left-arm pacer Greenidge in the fourth over.

At the end of the Powerplay (sixth over), the score was 44 with Boucher on 30 off 21 balls and Bramble, 12.

Boucher, oozing with confidence, drove off-spinner Williams over cover for six to move to 45 in the 11th over. In the same over, he reached his half-century as Browne parried the ball into the long-off boundary. It came off 43 balls and contained five fours and two sixes.

Williams broke the stand by bowling Bramble as he attempted a pull.

Welcome-Goodman, hitting out, was caught at long-on by Browne off Bishop for one to make it 77 for two in the 14th over.

Then Boucher hit a full toss from Williams into the hands of long-off in Blades.

Carter, back in the side after he was dropped from the West Indies One-Day International team for the last three matches against India in the current series, struck Bishop for six over midwicket in the 16th over.

But, in swinging across a low full-toss from medium-pacer Batson, he was leg before wicket in the first ball of the next over as the bowler cleverly sent down a maiden with 44-year-old head coach and former West Indies captain Floyd Reifer at the crease.

Reifer failed to score off six balls - caught at point by Blades from a drive off Greenidge.

It let in Hinds, the UWI assistant coach.

The onslaught by Kirton and Hinds was telling as St. Catherine soon found out.

And UWI and their loyal supporters had every reason to celebrate in style.

SCORECARD

UWI

L.Boucher c Blades b Williams                    56   (48 balls, 5x4, 2x6)

+J. Bramble b Williams                             26   (35 balls, 1x4)

M. Welcome-Goodman c Browne b Bishop    1   (4 balls)

J. Carter lbw b Batson                              11   (9 balls, 1x6)

*N. Kirton not out                                    29   (13 balls, 1x4, 3x6)

F. Reifer c Blades b Greenidge                     0   (6 balls)

R. Hinds not out                                      16   (6 balls, 2x6)

Extras (lb2, w3, nb1)                                 6

TOTAL (5 wks, 20 overs)                         145

Fall of wickets: 1-76 (Bramble, 12.3 ov), 2-77 (Welcome-Goodman, 13.1), 3-88 (Boucher, 14.5), 4-100 (Carter, 16.1), 5-101 (Reifer, 17.2).

Did not bat: K. Hodge, C. Holder, L. Edward, S. Williams.

Bowling: Blades 2-0-18-0 (w1), Greenidge 4-0-43-1 (w1, nb1), Batson 4-1-26-1, Browne 2-0-9-0, Williams 4-0-22-2 (w1), Bishop 4-0-25-1.

ST. CATHERINE

*O. Phillips c Kirton b Holder                        8   (13 balls, 1x4)

S. Cooke run out (Carter)                             0   (1 ball)

+M. Rampersaud b Hinds                             4   (7 balls)

K. Williams c wk Bramble b Holder                0   (3 balls)

A. Holder run out (Edward)                         15   (15 balls, 1x6)

U. Batson b Hodge                                      1   (4 balls)

D. Greenidge c Kirton b Welcome-Goodman  15  (16 balls, 1x4, 1x6)

D. Skeete b Edward                                     4   (7 balls)

D. Bishop not out                                      23   (25 balls, 1x4, 1x6)

S. Blades c Boucher b Welcome-Goodman     0   (2 balls)

D. Browne b Welcome-Goodman                  5   (19 balls)

Extras (lb2, w3)                                          5

TOTAL (all out, 18.4 overs)                         80

Fall of wickets: 1-1 (Cooke, 0.4 ov), 2-9 (Phillips, 2.3), 3-9 (Williams, 3), 4-14 (Rampersaud, 4.2), 5-17 (Batson, 5.5), 6-29 (Holder, 7.5), 7-46 (Skeete, 10.3), 8-50 (Greenidge, 11.5), 9-59 (Blades, 13.3), 10-80 (Browne, 18.4).

Bowling: Holder 4-1-11-2 (w1), Hodge 4-0-22-1, Hinds 3-0-8-1, Edward 4-0-20-1, Welcome-Goodman 3.4-0-17-3 (w2).

Result: UWI won by 65 runs with eight balls remaining.

Toss: St. Catherine.

Umpires: Jonathan Blades, Kevin Sisnett.


Match referee: Stephen Proverbs.

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UWI beat St. Catherine by 65 runs, Sagicor General T20, Final, Update 9




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 30 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Sagicor Life UWI beat Crane Resort St. Catherine by 65 runs to capture the 2017 BCA Sagicor General Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

Chasing 146 to win, St. Catherine were bowled out for 80 in 18.4 overs.

Derick Bishop topscored with an unbeaten on 23 at No. 9. He featured in the best partnership of the innings - 21 for the last wicket - with Damien Browne.

Burly medium-pacer Marlon Welcome-Goodman was the leading wicket-taker with three for 17 off 3.4 overs.

Shamar Cooke was run out for nought (1-1; 0.4 overs).

Skipper and left-hander Omar Phillips, pulling, was caught at mid-on by his opposite number Nicholas Kirton off pacer Chemar Holder for eight (9-2; 2.3 overs).

Kenroy Williams was caught at the wicket by Justin Bramble off Holder for nought (9-3; 3 overs).

Left-hander Mario Rampersaud was bowled by left-arm spinner Ryan Hinds for four (14-4; 4.2 overs).

Ulric Batson was bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for one (17-5; 5.5 overs).

Alcindo Holder was run out for 15 (29-6; 7.5 overs).

Dwayne Skeete was bowled by left-arm spinner Larry Edward for four (46-7; 10.3 overs).

Darnell Greenidge was caught at long-on by Kirton off Welcome-Goodman for 15 (50-8;11.5 overs).

Shakeem Blades was caught by Leniko Boucher off Welcome-Goodman for nought (59-9; 13.3 overs).

And Browne was bowled by Welcome-Goodman for five (80 all out; 18.4 overs).

Bowling: Holder 4-1-11-2 (w1), Hodge 4-0-22-1, Hinds 3-0-8-1, Edward 4-0-20-1, Welcome-Goodman 3.4-0-17-3 (w2).

UWI scored 145 for five off 20 overs after they were sent in.

Player-of-the-Match Boucher led the way with an attractive 56 off 48 balls including five fours and two sixes. His fifty came off 43 balls and contained five fours and two sixes.

The not out batsmen were left-handers Kirton on 29 (13 balls, 1 four, 3 sixes) and veteran Ryan Hinds 16 (6 balls, 2 sixes).

Left-hander Justin Bramble, pulling, was bowled by off-spinner Williams for 26 (76-1; 12.3 overs).

Another left-hander, Welcome-Goodman, hitting out, was caught at long-on by Browne off left-arm spinner Bishop for one (77-2; 13.1 overs).

Boucher was caught at long-off by Blades off Williams (88-3; 14.5 overs).

Left-hander Jonathan Carter was leg before wicket by medium-pacer Ulric Batson for 11 (100-4; 16.1 overs).

And yet another left-hander, oldstager Floyd Rifer, was caught at point by Blades off left-arm pacer Greenidge for nought (101-5; 17.2 overs).

Bowling: Blades 2-0-18-0 (w1), Greenidge 4-0-43-1 (w1, nb1), Batson 4-1-26-1, Browne 2-0-9-0, Williams 4-0-22-2 (w1), Bishop 4-0-25-1.

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St. Catherine 71-9 (15 overs) v UWI, Sagicor General T20, Final, Update 8




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 30 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Crane Resort St. Catherine, chasing 146 to win, were 71 for nine off 15 overs against Sagicor Life UWI in the Final of the 2017 BCA Sagicor General Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were Derick Bishop on 19 and Damien Browne, two.

Shamar Cooke was run out for nought (1-1; 0.4 overs).

Skipper Omar Phillips, pulling, was caught at mid-on by Nicholas Kirton off pacer Chemar Holder for eight (9-2; 2.3 overs).

Kenroy Williams was caught at the wicket by Justin Bramble off Holder for nought (9-3; 3 overs).

Mario Rampersaud was bowled left-arm spinner Ryan Hinds for four (14-4; 4.2 overs).

Ulric Batson was bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for one (17-5; 5.5 overs).

Alcindo Holder was run out for 15 (29-6; 7.5 overs).

Dwayne Skeete was bowled by left-arm spinner Larry Edward for four (46-7; 10.3 overs).

Darnell Greenidge was caught at long-on by Kirton off medium-pacer Marlon Welcome-Goodman for 15 (50-8;11.5 overs).

And Shakeem Blades was caught by Leniko Boucher off Welcome-Goodman for nought (59-9; 13.3 overs).

UWI scored 145 for five off 20 overs after they were sent in.

Boucher topscored with 56 off 48 balls including five fours and two sixes. His fifty came off 43 balls and contained five fours and two sixes.

The not out batsmen were left-handers, captain Kirton on 29 (13 balls, 1 four, 3 sixes) and Hinds 16 (6 balls, 2 sixes).

Left-hander Bramble, pulling, was bowled by off-spinner Williams for 26 (76-1; 12.3 overs).

Another left-hander, Welcome-Goodman, hitting out, was caught at long-on by Browne off left-arm spinner Bishop for one (77-2; 13.1 overs).

Boucher was caught at long-off by Blades off Williams (88-3; 14.5 overs).

Left-hander Jonathan Carter was leg before wicket by medium-pacer Batson for 11 (100-4; 16.1 overs).

And yet another left-hander, Floyd Reifer, was caught at point by Blades off left-arm pacer Darnell Greenidge for nought (101-5; 17.2 overs).

Bowling: Blades 2-0-18-0, Greenidge 4-0-43-1, Batson 4-1-26-1, Browne 2-0-9-0, Williams 4-0-22-2, Bishop 4-0-25-1.

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St. Catherine 45-6 (10 overs), chasing 146 to win v UWI, Sagicor General T20, Final, Update 7




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 30 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Crane Resort St. Catherine, chasing 146 to win, were 45 for six off ten overs against Sagicor Life UWI in the Final of the 2017 BCA Sagicor General Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were Darnell Greenidge on 12 and Dwayne Skeete on four.

Shamar Cooke was run out for nought (1-1; 0.4 overs).

Skipper Omar Phillips, pulling, was caught at mid-on by Nicholas Kirton off pacer Chemar Holder for eight (9-2; 2.3 overs).

Kenroy Williams was caught at the wicket by Justin Bramble off Holder for nought (9-3; 3 overs).

Mario Rampersaud was bowled by left-arm spinner Ryan Hinds for four (14-4; 4.2 overs).

Ulric Batson was bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for one (17-5; 5.5 overs).

Alcindo Holder was run out for 15 (29-6; 7.5 overs).

And Dwayne Skeete was bowled by left-arm spinner Larry Edward for four (46-7; 10.3 overs).

UWI scored 145 for five off 20 overs after they were sent in.

Leniko Boucher topscored with 56 off 48 balls including five fours and two sixes. His fifty too 43 balls and contained five fours and two sixes.

The not out batsmen were left-handers, captain Kirton on 29 (13 balls, 1 four, 3 sixes) and Hinds 16 (6 balls, 2 sixes).

Left-hander Justin Bramble, pulling, was bowled by off-spinner Williams for 26 (76-1; 12.3 overs).

Another left-hander, Marlon Welcome-Goodman, hitting out, was caught at long-on by Damien Browne off left-arm spinner Derick Bishop for one (77-2; 13.1 overs).

Boucher was caught at long-off by Shakeem Blades off Williams for 56 (88-3; 14.5 overs).

Left-hander Jonathan Carter was leg before wicket medium-pacer Ulric Batson for 11 (100-4; 16.1 overs).

And yet another left-hander, Floyd Reifer, was caught at point by Blades off left-arm pacer Darnell Greenidge for nought (101-5; 17.2 overs).

Bowling: Blades 2-0-18-0, Greenidge 4-0-43-1, Batson 4-1-26-1, Browne 2-0-9-0, Williams 4-0-22-2, Bishop 4-0-25-1.

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St. Catherine 16-5 (5 overs) chasing 146 to win v UWI, Sagicor General T20, Final, Update 6




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 30 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Crane Resort St. Catherine, chasing 146 to win, were 16 for five off five overs against Sagicor Life UWI in the Final of the 2017 BCA Sagicor General Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were Alcindo Holder on three and Ulric Batson, one.

Shamar Cooke was run out for nought (1-1; 0.4 overs).

Skipper Omar Phillips, pulling, was caught at mid-on by Nicholas Kirton off pacer Chemar Holder for eight (9-2; 2.3 overs).

Kenroy Williams was caught at the wicket by Justin Bramble off Holder for nought (19-3; 3 overs).

Mario Rampersaud was bowled by left-arm spinner Ryan Hinds for four (14-4; 4.2 overs).

And Ulric Batson was bowled by left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge for one (17-5; 5.5 overs).

Bowling: Holder 2-1-2-2, Hodge 2-0-12-0, Hinds 1-0-2-1.

UWI scored 145 for five off 20 overs after they were sent in.

Leniko Boucher topscored with 56 off 48 balls including five fours and two sixes. His fifty took 43 balls and contained five fours and two sixes.

The not out batsmen were left-handers, captain Kirton on 29 (13 balls, 1 four, 3 sixes) and Ryan Hinds 16 (6 balls, 2 sixes).

Left-hander Justin Bramble, pulling, was bowled by off-spinner Williams for 26 (76-1; 12.3 overs).

Another left-hander, Marlon Welcome-Goodman, hitting out, was caught at long-on by Damien Browne off left-arm spinner Derick Bishop for one (77-2; 13.1 overs).

Boucher was caught at long-off by Shakeem Blades off Williams for 56 (88-3; 14.5 overs).

Left-hander Jonathan Carter was leg before wicket by medium-pacer Ulric Batson for 11 (100-4; 16.1 overs).

And yet another left-hander, Floyd Reifer, was caught at point by Blades off left-arm pacer Darnell Greenidge for nought (101-5; 17.2 overs).

Bowling: Blades 2-0-18-0, Greenidge 4-0-43-1, Batson 4-1-26-1, Browne 2-0-9-0, Williams 4-0-22-2, Bishop 3-0-15-1.

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UWI score 145-5 (20 overs) v St. Catherine, Sagicor General T20, Final, Update 5




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 30 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Sagicor Life UWI scored 145 for five off 20 overs after they were sent in by Crane Resort St. Catherine in the Final of the 2017 BCA Sagicor General Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

Leniko Boucher topscored with 56 off 48 balls including five fours and two sixes. His fifty took 43 balls and contained five fours and two sixes.

The not out batsmen were left-handers, captain Nicholas Kirton on 29 (13 balls, 1 four, 3 sixes and Ryan Hinds 16 (6 balls, 2 sixes).

Left-hander Justin Bramble, pulling, was bowled by off-spinner Kenroy Williams for 26 (76-1; 12.3 overs).

Another left-hander, Marlon Welcome-Goodman, hitting out, was caught at long-on by Damien Browne off left-arm spinner Derick Bishop for one (77-2; 13.1 overs).

Boucher was caught at long-off by Shakeem Blades off Williams for 56 (88-3; 14.5 overs).

Left-hander Jonathan Carter was leg before wicket by medium-pacer Ulric Batson for 11 (100-4; 16.1 overs).

And yet another left-hander, Floyd Rifer, was caught at point by Blades off left-arm pacer Darnell Greenidge for nought (101-5; 17.2 overs).

Bowling: Blades 2-0-18-0, Greenidge 4-0-43-1, Batson 4-1-26-1, Browne 2-0-9-0, Williams 4-0-22-2, Bishop 4-0-25-1.

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UWI 90-3 (15 overs) v St. Catherine, Sagicor General T20, Final, Update 4




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 30 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Sagicor Life UWI were 90 for three off 15 overs after they were sent in by Crane Resort St. Catherine in the Final of the 2017 BCA Sagicor General Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were left-handers Jonathan Carter on three and captain Nicholas Kirton, one.

Left-hander Justin Bramble, pulling, was bowled by off-spinner Kenroy Williams for 26 (76-1; 12.3 overs).

Another left-hander, Marlon Welcome-Goodman, hitting out, was caught at long-on by Damien Browne off left-arm spinner Derick Bishop for one (77-2; 13.1 overs).

And Leniko Boucher was caught at long-off by Shakeem Blades off Williams for 56 (88-3; 14.5 overs).

Boucher faced 48 balls and struck five fours and two sixes. His fifty off 43 balls and included five fours and two sixes.

Bowling: Blades 2-0-18-0, Greenidge 2-0-15-0, Batson 2-0-10-0, Browne 2-0-9-0, Williams 4-0-22-2, Bishop 3-0-15-1.

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UWI 59-0 (10 overs) v St. Catherine, Sagicor General T20, Final, Update 3




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 30 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Sagicor Life UWI were 59 without loss off ten overs after they were sent in by Crane Resort St. Catherine in the Final of the 2017 BCA Sagicor General Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were Leniiko Boucher on 38 and left-hander Justin Bramble, 19.

Bowling: Blades 2-0-18-0, Greenidge 2-0-15-0, Batson 2-0-10-0, Browne 2-0-9-0, Williams 1-0-4-0, Bishop 1-0-3-0.

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UWI 37-0 (5 overs) v St. Catherine, Sagicor General T20, Final, Update 2




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 30 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Sagicor Life UWI were 37 without loss off five overs after they were sent in by Crane Resort St. Catherine in the Final of the 2017 BCA Sagicor General Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

The not out batsmen were Leniiko Boucher on 23 and left-hander Justin Bramble, 12.

Bowling: Blades 2-0-18-0, Greenidge 2-0-15-0, Batson 1-0-4-0.

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UWI batting after St. Catherine win toss, Sagicor General T20, Final, Update 1




Bridgetown, Barbados, June 30 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Sagicor Life UWI are batting after they were sent in by Crane Resort St. Catherine in the Final of the 2017 BCA Sagicor General Twenty20 Championship at Kensington Oval tonight.

Teams:

UWI - Nicholas Kirton (captain), Leniko Boucher,  Justin Bramble, Jonathan Carter, Floyd Reifer, Kavem Hodge, Ryan Hinds, Shaquille Williams, Chemar Holder, Larry Edward, Marlon Welcome-Goodman.

St. Catherine - Omar Phillips (captain), Shamar Cooke, Mario Rampersaud, Kenroy Williams, Alcindo Holder, Ulric Batson, Darnell Greendige, Dwayne Skeete, Damien Browne, Derick Bishop, Shakeem Blades.

Umpires: Jonathan Blades, Kevin Sisnett.

Match referee: Stephen Proverbs.

Document Author Keith Holder
Date Published 2017-06-30
Division Sagicor Twenty20
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