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Date Published: 2018-05-12 

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Three centuries in Series 2 of BCA Super Cup Championship

Bridgetown, Barbados, May 12 - (www.bcacricket.org) - There were three centuries and two five-wicket hauls in Series 2 of the BCA Super Cup Championship.

Craig St. Hill slammed 173 and Shanaldo Taylor hit 102 in a double-century opening partnership for Wildey, who beat Foundation by 212 runs at SJPI in Zone ‘B’.

St. Hill faced 136 balls and struck ten fours and eight sixes after reaching his century off 102 balls with seven fours and two sixes, while left-hander Taylor received 112 deliveries and counted ten fours.

Wildey made 396 for six off 50 overs after they were sent in.

Foundation were then penalised 12 runs for a slow over-rate and responded with 196 for seven.

Kevin Stoute scored 101 off 122 balls with seven fours for ICBL Empire in a total of 287 for six off 50 overs against Nicholls Baking Combermere, who lost by 30 runs at Waterford ‘A’ in Zone ‘A’.

Combermere were bowled out for 257 in 49.2 overs.

Left-arm spinner Derick Bishop took six for 16 off 9.5 overs as newcomers Lords fell for 121 in 27.5 overs against Crane Resort St. Catherine who triumphed by nine wickets in 19.5 overs at Bayfield in Zone ‘B’.

And pacer Ramon Simmons snatched five for 41 off ten overs for Barbados Cricket Supplies Barbados Youth in a three-wicket win against Ince Transport MTW at Kensington Oval in Zone ‘A’.

MTW scored 202 for eight off 50 overs and Barbados Youth reached their target in 42.3 overs.


At Rices:

Gladiola beat title holders CounterPoint Wanderers by ten runs.

After winning the toss, Gladiola recovered from 18 for three in the eighth over to score 173 all out in 42.3 overs.

Aubrey Towler and Devon Phillips jointly topscored with 35.

The total was boosted by a last wicket partnership of 32 between Jamal Forde (18) and Rachid O’Neale (11 not out).

Pacer Diego Stuart took three for 37, leg-spinner Nikolai Charles, three for 41 and medium-pacer Roshon Primus, two for 29.

Wanderers lost wickets steadily after reaching 64 for one off 14 overs and were bowled out for 163 in 42 overs.

Primus scored 58 not out off 72 balls including six threes and three fours at No. 5. Opener Shayne Moseley made 27 and Jonathan Drakes, 20.

None of the last six batsman reached double-figures.

Off-spinner Ashley Nurse took three for 38 off ten overs, while pacer O’Neale and leg-spinner Hayden Walsh each picked up two for 29.

At Kensington Oval:

Kadeem Alleyne hit a solid half-century as Barbados Youth beat MTW by three wickets.

Chasing 203 to win, Barbados Youth triumphed in 42.3 overs.

Alleyne, who went to the crease at No. 4, made 65 off 67 balls with one four and one six before he was run out, leaving the score  128 for five in the 29th over.

Jadan Jones scored 41 not out off 33 balls including four fours and two sixes and opener Marc Cyrus, 36 off 69 balls.

Antonio Austin took two for 43.

MTW scored 202 for eight after winning the toss.

Demario Richards topscored with an unbeaten 60 off 94 balls containing four fours and one six at No. 5. He featured in a fifth wicket stand of 60 with Junior Holder, who made 36 off 39 balls. Akeal Headley contributed 33.

Pacer Ramon Simmons grabbed five for 41 off ten overs.

At Waterford ‘A’:

Kevin Stoute hit a century in a 30-run win for Empire over Combermere.

After winning the toss, Empire scored 287 for six.

Stoute made 101 off 122 balls with seven fours, Justin Greaves 75 off 87 balls including seven fours and Jamal Smith 57 off 61 deliveries, counting five fours and two sixes.

Johann Jeremiah took two for 72.

Combermere were dismissed for 257 in 49.2 overs.

Seth Agard scored 72 off 134 balls with three fours and one six and Dante Niles lashed 55 off 43 deliveries including five fours and three sixes. Keon Wiltshire got 33 and Kestaun Stoute 28.

Shaquille Cumberbatch took three for 22, Jomel Warrican, two for 25 and Lemar Mascoll, two for 64.

At Friendship:

Five batsmen scored half-centuries for Sagicor Life UWI in a crushing victory by 270 runs over IGS Insurance Brokers Yorkshire.

Sent in, UWI amassed 371 for seven off 50 overs.

Kavem Hodge hit a run-a-ball 72 with seven fours, skipper Jonathan Carter made 71 (45 balls, 6 fours, 4 sixes), Leniko Boucher 70 (85 balls, 10 fours, 1 six), Aaron Daley 53 not out (24 balls, 6 fours, 3 sixes) and Kyle Corbin 51 (43 balls, 3 fours, 3 sixes).

Timothy Legall took three for 61 and Jamar Layne, two for 64.

Yorkshire were dismissed for 92 in 22.3 overs with Lamar Wiggins scoring 41 off 42 balls including six fours and one six.

Left-arm spinner Linton Buchanan took three for 38, pacer Jermaine Levy, two for 15 and left-arm spinner Kavem Hodge, two for 32.


At Bayfield:

St. Catherine raced to a nine-wicket win over Lords.

After winning the toss, Lords collapsed from 91 for two in the 18th over to 121 all out in 27.5 overs.

Opener Brandon Thompson made 66 off 74 balls with nine fours and one six before he was fourth out, leg before wicket by left-arm spinner Derick Bishop, who took six for 16 off 9.5 overs.

St. Catherine achieved their target in 19.5 overs with Neil Browne and Ulric Batson hitting half-centuries.

Batson made 54 off 55 balls with two fours and one six, while Browne was unbeaten on 50 off 55 deliveries as well, including six fours as the pair added 109 in 18.2 overs for the first wicket.

At Beckles Road:

Dwayne Smith slammed a hurricane half-century as Bayview Hospital YMPC bushed aside ESA Field Pickwick by nine wickets.

Set 112 to win, YMPC took just 12.4 overs.

Smith made 74 off 38 balls including 12 threes and eight fours in an opening stand of 99 in ten overs with Kevin Gittens (23 not out).

Pickwick scored 111 all out after they were sent in.

Kyle Hope made 43 off 40 balls at the top, while his younger brother, Shai, scored 20.

Off-spinner Kemar Jabbary Smith took four for 20, left-arm spinner Nkosi Ross, three for 18 and leg-spinner Mario Miller, two for 21.

At Queen’s Park:

Set up by a trio of spinners, Massy Stores Spartan beat Carlton by five wickets.

Carlton fell for 113 in 33 overs after losing the toss.

Marlon Welcome-Goodman made 29 at No. 5.

Chad Williams took four for 20, fellow left-arm spinner Andre Marshall, three for 26 and off-spinner Chaim Holder, three for 31.

Spartan triumphed in 27 overs.

Marrodon Bend and Joshua Drakes each scored 23 and Andre Gill was unbeaten on 21.

Kevin Earle took two for 16 and Matthew Jones, two for 35.


Spurred by a double-century opening partnership between century-makers Craig St. Hill and Shanaldo Taylor, Wildey went on a run-spree against Foundation before winning by 212 runs.

Sent in, Wildey piled up 396 for six. Foundation were then penalised 12 runs for a slow over-rate.

The in-form St. Hill slammed 173 and Taylor hit 102 as the pair added 254 in 36.4 overs.

St. Hill faced 136 balls and struck ten fours and eight sixes, while left-hander Taylor received 112 deliveries and counted ten fours.

Joshua Corbin took four for 58.

Chasing 409 to win, Foundation responded with 196 for seven. 

Jared Lovell scored 70 off 76 balls including nine fours at No. 3.

Nhamo Winn made 36 not out and Antonio Morris, 25.

Left-arm spinner Steve Pinder took two for 21 and left-arm pacer Jerome Jones, two for 42.


POINTS (with matches in brackets)

ZONE A - UWI 8 (2), Empire 8 (2), Gladiola 8 (2), Barbados Youth 8 (2), BDFSP 0 (1), Wanderers 0 (1), Combermere 0 (2), MTW 0 (2), Yorkshire 0 (2).

ZONE B - Wildey 8 (2), YMPC 8 (2), Maple 4 (1), St. Catherine 4 (2), Pickwick 4 (2), Spartan 4 (2), Foundation 0 (1), Lords 0 (2), Carlton 0 (2).



ZONE A - MTW v Wanderers at Pine Basin; Empire v Gladiola at Bank Hall; Combermere v Yorkshire at Waterford ‘A’; NB: May 23 - UWI v BDFSP at 3Ws Oval. BYE: Barbados Youth.

ZONE B - YMPC v Lords at Beckles Road; Spartan v Pickwick at Queen’s Park; Maple v Wildey at Trents; Foundation v Carlton at Church Hill. BYE: St. Catherine.

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Date Published 2018-05-12
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