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Inside the BCA Super Cup

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Date Published: 2019-08-31 

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SPECIAL: Wildey wallop Wanderers to end 40-year title drought in top BCA one-day Championship

Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - With great relief, wily Wildey walloped Wanderers by 43 runs in the Final of the BCA Super Cup to end a 40-year drought of silverware in the island’s premier one-day Championship.

And it was only their second limited overs title in six Finals, having last reached the big stage 38 years ago.

On a hot, sunny day at the 3Ws Oval, Carlos Maynard’s team also inflicted a painful record on Wanderers, sending them tumbling to the lowest total in a Final since 1975 - 80 all out in 40.2 overs.

The match total itself of 203 runs was the lowest as well in a Final where both teams lost all of their wickets. Just four batsmen reached double-figures - two on either side - and there were only nine boundaries with Wildey scoring seven.

Of the 20 wickets, which tumbled on a slow pitch, spinners accounted for 13 including eight to three left-armers, all bowling orthodox.

The previous lowest innings total in a Final since 1975 when Barbados Fire (later renamed Sagicor General) took over the sponsorship after three years under the banner of Derrick Robins, and which they maintained for a remarkable 41 years, was 81 in 29.4 overs by Carlton against Maple in a 116-run defeat at Kensington Oval in 1977 (October 9).

For the 2019 Final, there was real law and order in the middle with two of the most colourful, in terms of their eccentric styles - Ryan Willoughby and Troy Tudor, both members of the Royal Barbados Police Force - as the umpires.

For over four decades known as Banks before twice changing their name - first to Banks Wildey in 2013 and then to Wildey the following season after they were forced to give up their treasured facility at The Brewery, the outcome was deserving and a very big relief for a club which now uses the Samuel Jackman Prescod Institute of Technology (SJPIT) as its home ground and has been crying out for financial assistance. Just ask their outspoken and highly respected president Mark Estwick or secretary/treasurer Pedro Greaves.

Now Wildey will deposit $15 000 into their account, while Wanderers pocketed $8 000.

For the records, however, Wanderers and Wildey have the ignominious tag of going the longest and second longest period without a major limited overs title.

Dayrells Road-based Wanderers, the oldest club in the island at 142 years, took 45 years to attain their only success in 2017.

As far as Wildey are concerned, Colin Burke could very well be singing in his grave - and rolling, too - at St. Patrick’s in Christ Church. A leg-spinning all-rounder with an affable personality, he was the captain of the 1979 Banks team which defeated neighbours Barclays (now defunct), then a strong Intermediate division team, including current BCA president Conde Riley, by two wickets in the Final at Kensington Oval.

That was in a era when Banks played in five Finals in six seasons - 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980 and 1981 - a record for consistency on the big stage, surpassed only by Empire who contested six in nine years between 2000 and 2008.

The fact that this was their first Final in 38 years makes the success even more memorable. And only three times in the past 12 seasons had they reached the semi-finals including last year (the other was in 2007) when they flattered to deceive by falling for just 82 in 36 overs to lose by six wickets at the 3Ws Oval to eventual champions Sagicor Life UWI.

2007 is the last year Banks captured the most prestigious local domestic title - the Division 1 three-day (rebranded Elite division from 2012) - as they came from behind to defeat Maple by 51 runs in the Final at Kensington Oval. That was the first of only two years in modern history that the BCA, pressured by a growing number of teams, which escalated to 16, experimented with the teams divided in two zones before turning to the promotion and relegation system from 2009.

The Banks captain in 2007 was left-arm spinner Winston Reid, who boasts of the most top division wickets ever - an amazing 1579 after his debut in 1981 for YMPC before moving to Banks in 1998 (his last match at that level was in 2015). Fittingly, Reid, now aged 56, was among the spectators at the 3Ws Oval for the Super Cup Final on Saturday.

It is hard to do away with the old school tie and that was significant as far as the captains of the two champion Banks/Wildey one-day teams are concerned.

Like Burke, who died tragically by drowning at Bath in St. John on February 23, 1985 at the age of 35 while picknicking, wicket-keeper/batsman Maynard is a product of Christ Church Foundation School after the latter’s early upbringing at Alleyne School in Belleplaine, St. Andrew.

Furthermore, the Church Hill institution produced five other players in the Final on Saturday  - opening batsman Zachary McCaskie, middle order batsman Aaron Jones, the unrelated left-arm fast bowler Jerome Jones and left-arm spinners Steve Pinder and Pius Emilien. And a seventh Foundationer, medium-pacer Latrell Callender, turned out in nine Super Cup matches for Wildey this season.

McCaskie hit the match topscore of 48 off 63 balls with four boundaries and took four catches at slip to earn the Player of The Match award, the experienced Pinder grabbed three for 11 off eight overs including three maidens to end with 14 wickets, and Emilien, who like Maynard first attended Alleyne, picked up two for 18 off ten overs to finish with the most wickets all told in the 18-team Tournament - 24 at an average of 8.58 and an amazing economy rate of 2.31, having sent down 89 overs.

Only another left-arm spinner, Nkosi Ross of YMPC, has taken more wickets in a season (30 - from 93.3 overs; ave: 9.30; ER: 2.98)) three years ago when YMPC won the Championship, beating Maple by 39 runs in the Final at the Windward Cub ground, Lucas Street in St. Philip.

Born in Carrington Village, St. Michael to St. Lucian parents, the 23-year-old Emilien has also made his mark in track and field as a long distance athlete in the 800, 1500, 3000 and 5000 metres. Now in his third and final year of a Sports Science course at the UWI after completing sixth form at Foundation, he was good enough to win a bronze medal in the 1500 metres for Barbados at the Carifta Games in Bermuda in 2012. He also attained gold in the 800 and 1500 metres at the Barbados Secondary Schools’ Athletic Championships.

Apart from the seven players who turned out this season for Widey, the Foundation School connection with the club stretches even further as long-standing team manager Dale Callender is a past student.

And if one wants to rub it in from a historical perspective, even the presentation of the Cup to Banks 40 years carried a Foundation link.

On November 4, 1979, a beaming Burke accepted the silverware from the great Barbados and West Indies batsman Everton Weekes (now Sir Everton), whose son Andy Weekes and grandson, Ricky Hoyte, were schooled at Foundation and played cricket with some distinction as well. Andy, an elegant batsman, represented the Barbados Under-19 team in the late 1960s before migrating to Europe, while Hoyte, son of former Barbados and West Indies wicket-keeper/batsman David Murray, was also a wicket-keeper/batsman, who played for the national Under-19 and senior teams.

Ironically, the presentation of the 2019 Cup was made to Maynard by Riley, two days after he retained the BCA presidency with a convincing 198-112 win over Foundation’s most illustrious cricketer, Joel Garner, who was seeking to regain the top post, which he held for ten years (2007-17).

And by the way, Sir Everton, at the age of 94, was the oldest voter at the BCA elections on the 2nd Floor of the 3Ws Stand at Kensington Oval last Thursday.

As far as the Final on Saturday was concerned, the atmosphere lacked that of yesteryear for several reasons.

Sundays are traditional for playing the two major BCA limited overs Finals - the Super Cup and Shield. Furthermore, to be contested on the very same day when there was competition in the Intermediate, Second and Schools’ divisions - was mind-boggling to say the least. No elaboration is needed.

In the middle, the pitch brought back memories of the period when spinners licked their fingers, whether it was a club or first-class match at the 3Ws Oval.

But simply put, the batsmen were not nimble against the slow bowlers.

Wildey were bowled out for 123 in 33.5 overs after winning the toss as the last nine wickets tumbled for 53 runs 20.1 overs.

There was a fairly enterprising start with McCaskie and Craig St.Hill adding 33 in six overs for the first wicket before St. Hill was spectacularly bowled middle stump for five as played across a yorker from medium-pacer Roshon Primus.

St. Hill, however, finished with the highest aggregate for Wildey - 343 (ave: 34.30) including one century and two half-centuries.

McCaskie and Shane Parris then put on 37 in 7.4 overs before the dismissal of Parris, leg before wicket by left-arm spinner Ryshon Williams for 16 as he pushed forward, led to the collapse.

In the next over, Aaron Jones, fresh from representing the USA against Canada in a 15-run win for the latter in the ICC T20 World Cup Americas Region Final at White Hill Field, Sandys Parish in Hamilton the previous Saturday, was caught at slip by Jason Greene off off-spinner Ian Boyce without scoring.

Aaron Jones, however, still topped his team’s batting averages with 43.40, having scored 217 runs in six matches.

Leg-spinner Nikolai Charles then had left-hander Shanaldo Taylor caught at mid-off for two and in the following over, McCaskie, pushing at one outside the off stump, was caught by wicket-keeper Jonathan Drakes off Williams.

Three balls later, all-rounder Romario Greaves (one) edged a drive off a wide ball ball from Williams and was caught at slip by Greene, leaving the score on 86 for six off 20 overs.

It meant that Wildey had suddenly lost five wickets for 16 runs in 6.2 overs.

Maynard and Jerome Jones added 15 in 7.4 overs before the latter was bowled middle stump for six by another superb yorker from Primus and without addition, left-hander Maynard, sweeping, was leg before wicket by Charles for nine as umpire Willoughby, in his familiar style, belatedly and very slowly gave the decision.

Charles accounted for Akeem Jordan (five), caught at extra-cover, and Boyce, after a nine-over opening spell from the southern end, returned from the north to end the innings, having Pinder leg before wicket for five.

Charles took three for 16, Williams, three for 22, Primus, two for 28 and Boyce, two for 32.

Wanderers started woefully slowly and to such an extent that they were reeling on 37 for five after 20.2 overs.

Left-hander Shayne Moseley, a Barbados Pride player, who holds the record for the most runs in a season in the top BCA one-day Championship (620 including two centuries and three-half-centuries; ave: 68.89) last season, was first to go for three with the score eight after 5.1 overs. Searching for a drive off Jordan, who was operating from the southern end, he edged a comfortable catch to second slip in St.Hill.

Jordan, who returned home from St. Kitts where he only a few days earlier started preparations for the Caribbean Premier League as a member of the St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots, also removed Drakes (two), caught at short midwicket from a pull, in what was an impressive six-over spell in which he bowled two maidens and conceded only four runs.

Emilien then took the vital wicket of Raymon Reifer (one), who has represented West Indies in one Test and two One-Day Internationals, inducing an edge to slip in McCaskie, who grabbed it one-handed.

Greene (eight) was also a victim of the Emilien-McCaskie combination and an uncertain Williams was leg before wicket by Pinder for six.

There was no respite.

Diego Stuart (nought) was also leg before wicket by the underrated Pinder and when Primus, attempting a cut, was snapped up by McCaskie off Pinder for 22 off 44 balls, which turned out to be the best strike rate of the innings, Wanderers were left wandering at 52 for seven in the 27th over.

Pushing and prodding delayed the inevitable before Jordan returned to remove Boyce, leg before wicket for five in the 34th overs.

Jerome Jones accounted for Charles (six), playing defensively, as McCaskie took his fourth catch and skipper Kevin McClean was caught at long-on by Jerome Jones off off-spinner Romario Greaves for 13 to send the Wildey team and their supporters into wild celebrations.

SCORECARD

WILDEY

Z. McCaskie c Drakes b Williams         48    (63 balls, 4x4)

C. St.Hill b Primus                               5    (18 balls)

S. Parris lbw b Williams                      16   (21 balls, 2x4)

A. Jones c Greene b Boyce                   0    (6 balls)

S. Taylor c McClean b Charles               2    (10 balls)

*+C. Maynard lbw b Charles                9    (30 balls)

R. Greaves c Greene b Williams            1    (2 balls)

J. Jones b Primus                                6   (21 balls)

A. Jordan c Primus b Charles                5    (16 balls)

S. Pinder lbw b Boyce                          4   (17 balls)

P. Emilien not out                                5    (2 balls, 1x4)

Extras (b2, lb4, w13, nb3)                 22

TOTAL (all out, 33.5 overs)               123

Fall of wickets: 1-33 (St.Hill, 6 ov), 2-70 (Parris, 13.4), 3-71 (A. Jones, 15), 4-84 (Taylor, 18.5), 5-84 (McCaskie, 19.3), 6-86 (Greaves, 20), 7-101 (J. Jones, 27.4), 8-101 (Maynard, 28.2), 9-116 (Jordan, 32.1), 10-123 (Pinder, 33.5).

Bowling: Boyce 9.5-0-32-2 (w2), Reifer 2-0-19-0 (w1), Primus 6-0-28-2 (w4, nb1), Williams 8-0-22-3 (w2, nb2), Charles 8-3-16-3 (w4).

WANDERERS

J. Greene c McCaskie b Emilien            8    (33 balls)

S. Moseley c St.Hill b Jordan               3    (19 balls)

+J. Drakes c Greaves b Jordan            2    (14 balls)

R. Reifer c McCaskie b Emilien             1    (4 balls)

R. Primus c McCaskie b Pinder            22   (44 balls, 1x4)

R. Williams lbw b Pinder                      6   (26 balls)

D. Stuart lbw b Pinder                         0   (6 balls)

*K. McClean c J. Jones b Greaves       13   (55 balls)

I. Boyce lbw b Jordan                          5   (18 balls)

N. Charles c McCaskie b J. Jones          6   (22 balls, 1x4)

J. McAllister not out                            1   (3 balls)

Extras (lb5, w6, nb2)                         13

TOTAL (all out, 40.2 overs)                 80

Fall of wickets: 1-8 (Moseley, 5.1 ov), 2-11 (Drakes, 7.5), 3-16 (Reifer, 10.2), 4-23 (Greene, 12.4), 5-37 (Williams, 20.2), 6-45 (Stuart, 22.2), 7-52 (Primus, 26.3), 8-65 (Boyce, 33.1), 9-78 (Charles, 39.2), 10-80 (McClean, 40.2).

Bowling: Emilien 10-1-18-2 (w2), Jordan 10-4-14-3 (w3, nb1), J. Jones 6-0-19-1 (nb1), Pinder 8-3-11-3, Greaves 6.2-1-13-1 (w1).

Result: Wildey won by 43 runs.

Toss: Wildey.

Player-of-the-Match: Zachary McCaskie.

Umpires: Troy Tudor, Ryan Willoughby. Reserve: Dave Thompson.

Match referee: Colin Bowen.

Scorers: Marsha Barker (Wildey), Melissa King (Wanderers), Jackie Crick (BCA), Amelia Crick (Broadcast Media).

NB: Length of innings - Wildey (2 hours, 26 minutes), Wanderers (2 hours, 56 minutes).

Editor’s note: Following are the teams for the 1979 Final:

Banks - Colin Burke (captain), Arnold Gilkes, George Brathwaite, Hubert “Ellis” Brathwaite, Adrian Ashby, Junior Holder, Clyde Beckles, Richard Holder, Keith Beckles, Len Howard. Anderson Bowen. NB: The Holders are brothers as well as the Beckles’ (Clyde Beckles died in 2001 at the age of 52; Burke, as mentioned earlier, passed in 1985 at the age of 35).

Barclays - Jeffrey Wiggins (captain), Conde Riley, Granville Estwick, Allison Parris, O’Neale Payne, Raphael Cave (now deceased), Richard Jeffers, Clavair Squires, Richard Gaskin, Tyrone Sargeant, Roger Doughlin.

CUP CHAMPIONS/RUNNERS-UP

Year    Champions        Runners-up

DERRICK ROBINS CUP

1972    Spartan             BCL   

1973    BCL                  Spartan

1974    Carlton             Empire

BARBADOS FIRE CUP

1975    Spartan             Empire

1976    Spartan             Banks

1977    Maple                Carlton

1978    St. Catherine     Banks

1979    Banks               Barclays

1980    Maple               Banks

1981    BCL                  Banks

1982    Spartan            Maple

1983    Yorkshire          Wanderers

1984    BCL                  Carlton

1985    Spartan            Maple

1986    BCL                  YMPC

1987    BCL                  Yorkshire

1988    Spartan            Carlton

1989    Carlton             St. Catherine

1990    Spartan            Empire

1991    Police               YMPC

1992    St. Catherine    Police

1993    Empire             Wanderers

1994    Police               Pickwick

1995    YMPC               Spartan

1996    St. Catherine    C&W (BET)

1997    Spartan            YMPC

1998    No Final

1999    C&W (BET)       Police

2000    C&W (BET)       Empire

2001    Empire             Carlton

2002    Spartan            YMPC

2003    Police               Empire

SAGICOR GENERAL SUPER CUP

2004    Pickwick          BCL

2005    Empire            St. Catherine

2006    Empire            Spartan

2007    UWI                Carlton

2008    Empire            UWI

2009    Carlton            LIME

2010    NO FINAL

2011    St. Catherine   Carlton

2012    UWI                Maple

2013    LIME               Maple

2014    Maple             Pickwick

2015    UWI               BDFSP

BCA SUPER CUP

2016    YMPC             Maple

2017    Wanderers      St.Catherine

2018    UWI               YMPC

2019    Wildey           Wanderers

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Wildey beat Wanderers by 43 runs, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 16


RESULT

Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wildey beat Wanderers by 43 runs in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Chasing 124 to win, Wanderers were bowled out for 80 in 40.2 overs.

Out: Shayne Moseley 3, Jonathan Drakes 2, Raymon Reifer 1, Jason Greene 8, Ryshon Williams 6, Diego Stuart 0, Roshon Primus 22, Ian Boyce 5, Nikolai Charles 6, Kevin McClean 13.

Not out: Jair McAllister 1.

Bowling: Emilien 10-1-18-2, Jordan 10-4-14-3, J. Jones 6-0-19-1, Pinder 8-3-11-3, Greaves 6.2-1-13-1.

Wldey were bowled out for 123 off 33.5 overs after winning the toss.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1, Jerome Jones 6, Carlos Maynard 9, Akeem Jordan 5, Steve Pinder 4.

Not out: Pius Emilien 5.

Bowling: Boyce 9.5-0-32-2, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 6-0-28-2, Williams 8-0-22-3, Charles 8-3-16-3.

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Wanderers 66-8 (35 overs) chasing 124 to win v Wildey, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 15




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wanderers, chasing 124 to win, were 66 for eight off 35 overs against Wildey in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Kevin McClean 8, Nikolai Charles 1.

Out: Shayne Moseley 3, Jonathan Drakes 2, Raymon Reifer 1, Jason Greene 8, Ryshon Williams 6, Diego Stuart 0, Roshon Primus 22, Ian Boyce 4.

Bowling: Emilien 10-1-18-2, Jordan 8-3-8-3, J. Jones 5-0-16-0, Pinder 8-3-11-3, Greaves 4-0-8-0.

Wldey were bowled out for 123 off 33.5 overs after winning the toss.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1, Jerome Jones 6, Carlos Maynard 9, Akeem Jordan 5, Steve Pinder 4.

Not out: Pius Emilien 5.

Bowling: Boyce 9.5-0-32-2, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 6-0-28-2, Williams 8-0-22-3, Charles 8-3-16-3.

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Wanderers 59-7 (30 overs) chasing 124 to win v Wildey, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 14




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wanderers, chasing 124 to win, were 59 for seven off 30 overs against Wildey in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Kevin McClean 5, Ian Boyce 4.

Out: Shayne Moseley 3, Jonathan Drakes 2, Raymon Reifer 1, Jason Greene 8, Ryshon Williams 6, Diego Stuart 0, Roshon Primus 22.

Bowling: Emilien 10-1-18-2, Jordan 6-2-7-2, J. Jones 5-0-9-0, Pinder 5-2-7-3, Greaves 4-0-8-0.

Wldey were bowled out for 123 off 33.5 overs after winning the toss.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1, Jerome Jones 6, Carlos Maynard 9, Akeem Jordan 5, Steve Pinder 4.

Not out: Pius Emilien 5.

Bowling: Boyce 9.5-0-32-2, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 6-0-28-2, Williams 8-0-22-3, Charles 8-3-16-3.

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Wanderers 53-7 (27 overs) chasing 124 to win v Wildey, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 13




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wanderers, chasing 124 to win, were 53 for seven off 27 overs against Wildey in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Kevin McClean 2, Ian Boyce 0.

Out: Shayne Moseley 3, Jonathan Drakes 2, Raymon Reifer 1, Jason Greene 8, Ryshon Williams 6, Roshon Primus 22.

Bowling: Emilien 10-1-18-2, Jordan 6-2-7-2, J. Jones 5-0-9-0, Pinder 3-0-4-0, Greaves 2-0-4-0.

Wldey were bowled out for 123 off 33.5 overs after winning the toss.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1, Jerome Jones 6, Carlos Maynard 9, Akeem Jordan 5, Steve Pinder 4.

Not out: Pius Emilien 5.

Bowling: Boyce 9.5-0-32-2, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 6-0-28-2, Williams 8-0-22-3, Charles 8-3-16-3.

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Wanderers 37-4 (20 overs) chasing 124 to win v Wildey, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 12




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wanderers, chasing 124 to win, were 25 for four off 15 overs against Wildey in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Roshon Primus 9, Williams 6.

Out: Shayne Moseley 3, Jonathan Drakes 2, Raymon Reifer 1, Jason Greene 8.

Bowling: Emilien 10-1-18-2, Jordan 6-2-7-2, J. Jones 4-0-9-0.

Wldey were bowled out for 123 off 33.5 overs after winning the toss.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1, Jerome Jones 6, Carlos Maynard 9, Akeem Jordan 5, Steve Pinder 4.

Not out: Pius Emilien 5.

Bowling: Boyce 9.5-0-32-2, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 6-0-28-2, Williams 8-0-22-3, Charles 8-3-16-3.

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Wanderers 25-4 (15 overs) chasing 124 to win v Wildey, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 11




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wanderers, chasing 124 to win, were 25 for four off 15 overs against Wildey in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Roshon Primus 5, Williams 0..

Out: Shayne Moseley 3, Jonathan Drakes 2, Raymon Reifer 1, Jason Greene 8.

Bowling: Emilien 8-1-14-2, Jordan 6-2-7-2, J. Jones 1-0-1-0.

Wldey were bowled out for 123 off 33.5 overs after winning the toss.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1, Jerome Jones 6, Carlos Maynard 9, Akeem Jordan 5, Steve Pinder 4.

Not out: Pius Emilien 5.

Bowling: Boyce 9.5-0-32-2, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 6-0-28-2, Williams 8-0-22-3, Charles 8-3-16-3.

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LUNCH SCORES


Wanderers 22-3 (12 overs) chasing 124 to win v Wildey, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 10


LUNCH

Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wanderers, chasing 124 to win, were 22 for three off 12 overs against Wildey at lunch in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Jason Greene 8, Roshon Primus 3.

Out: Shayne Moseley 3, Jonathan Drakes 2, Raymon Reifer 1.

Bowling: Emilien 6-0-13-1, Jordan 6-2-7-2.

Wldey were bowled out for 123 off 33.5 overs after winning the toss.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1, Jerome Jones 6, Carlos Maynard 9, Akeem Jordan 5, Steve Pinder 4.

Not out: Pius Emilien 5.

Bowling: Boyce 9.5-0-32-2, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 6-0-28-2, Williams 8-0-22-3, Charles 8-3-16-3.

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Wanderers 8-0 (5 overs) chasing 124 to win v Wildey, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 9




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wanderers, chasing 124 to win, were eight without loss off five overs against Wildey in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Jason Greene 2, Shayne Moseley 3..

Bowling: Emilien 3-0-6-0, Jordan 2-1-1-0.

Wldey were bowled out for 123 off 33.5 overs after winning the toss.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1, Jerome Jones 6, Carlos Maynard 9, Akeem Jordan 5, Steve Pinder 4.

Not out: Pius Emilien 5.

Bowling: Boyce 9.5-0-32-2, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 6-0-28-2, Williams 8-0-22-3, Charles 8-3-16-3.

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Wildey score 123 (33.5 overs) v Wanderers, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 8




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wldey were bowled out for 123 off 33.5 overs after winning the toss against Wanderers in bright, sunny conditions in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1, Jerome Jones 6, Carlos Maynard 9, Akeem Jordan 5, Steve Pinder 4.

Not out: Pius Emilien 5.

Bowling: Boyce 9.5-0-32-2, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 6-0-28-2, Williams 8-0-22-3, Charles 8-3-16-3.

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Wildey 110-7 (30 overs) v Wanderers, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 7




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wldey were 110 for seven off 30 overs after winning the toss against Wanderers in bright, sunny conditions in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Akeem Jordan 2, Steve Pinder  0.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1, Jerome Jones 6, Carlos Maynard 9.

Bowling: Boyce 9-0-27-1, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 5-0-26-2, Williams 8-0-22-3, Charles 6-3-10-2.

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Wildey 91-6 (25 overs) v Wanderers, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 6




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wldey were 91 for six off 25 overs after winning the toss against Wanderers in bright, sunny conditions in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Carlos Maynard 4, Jerome Jones 2.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1.

Bowling: Boyce 9-0-27-1, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 3-0-20-1, Williams 7-0-16-3, Charles 4-3-3-1.

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Wildey 86-6 (20 overs) v Wanderers, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 5




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wldey were 86 for six off 20 overs after winning the toss against Wanderers in bright, sunny conditions in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Carlos Maynard 1, Jerome Jones 0.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Jones 0, Shanaldo Taylor 2, Zachary McCaskie 48, Romario Greaves 1.

Bowling: Boyce 9-0-27-1, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 3-0-20-1, Williams 5-0-14-3, Charles 1-1-0-1.

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Wildey 72-3 (15 overs) v Wanderers, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 4




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wldey were 72 for three off 15 overs after winning the toss against Wanderers in bright, sunny conditions in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Zachary McCaskie 42, Shanaldo Taylor 0.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5, Shane Parris 16, Aaron Joneds 0.

Bowling: Boyce 8-0-24-1, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 3-0-20-1, Williams 2-0-4-1.

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Wildey 58-1 (10 overs) v Wanderers, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 3




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wldey were 58 for one off ten overs after winning the toss against Wanderers in bright, sunny conditions in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Zachary McCaskie 36, Shane Parris 11.

Out: Craig St.Hill 5.

Bowling: Boyce 5-0-18-0, Reifer 2-0-19-0, Primus 3-0-20-1.

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Wildey 31-0 (5 overs) v Wanderers, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 2




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wldey were 31 without loss off five overs after winning the toss against Wanderers in bright, sunny conditions in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Batting: Zachary NcCaskie 22, Craig St.Hill 4.

Bowling: Boyce 3-0-10-0, Reifer 2-0-19-0.

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Wildey batting after winning toss v Wanderers, BCA Super Cup, Final, Update 1




Bridgetown, Barbados, August 31 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Wldey are batting after winning the toss against Wanderers in bright, sunny conditions in the Final of the BCA Super Cup Championship at 3Ws Oval today.

Teams:

Wildey - Carlos Maynard (captain),  Zachary McCaskie, Craig St.Hill, Shanaldo Taylor,  Shane Parris, Aaron Jones, Romario Greaves, Jerome Jones, Akeem Jordan, Steve Pinder, Pius Emilien.

Wanderers - Kevin McClean (captain), Shayne Moseley, Jason Greene,  Ryshon Williams, Jonathan Drakes, Roshon Primus, Raymon Reifer, Diego Stuart, Ian Boyce, Jair McCallister, Nikolai Charles.

Umpires: Troy Tudor, Ryan Willoughby.

Match referee: Colin Bowen.

Document Author Keith Holder
Date Published 2019-08-31
Division BCA Super Cup
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Historical Batting Stats
Pos. Name (Club) MT I NO R HS AVE 100 50 Division
1. Zachary McCaskie (Wildey) 5 5 0 110 53 22.00 0 1 2019 Sagicor Twenty20
2. Zachary McCaskie (Wildey) 8 14 0 455 100 32.50 1 2 2018 Elite Division
3. Zachary McCaskie (Wildey) 2 2 0 12 12 6.00 0 0 2018 BCA Super Cup
4. Zachary McCaskie (Wildey) 5 5 1 64 33 16.00 0 0 2016 Sagicor Twenty20
5. Zachary McCaskie (Wildey) 7 11 1 502 154 50.20 1 2 2016 Elite Division
6. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 8 16 0 319 61 19.93 0 1 2015 Elite Division
7. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 5 5 0 79 39 15.80 0 0 2014 Sagicor Twenty20
8. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 8 15 0 217 56 14.46 0 1 2014 Elite Division
9. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 5 5 0 99 39 19.80 0 0 2014 Sagicor Cup
10. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 8 13 0 195 65 15.00 0 1 2013 Elite Division
11. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 2 2 0 40 27 20.00 0 0 2013 Sagicor Cup
12. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 3 6 1 31 11 6.20 0 0 2012 Elite Division
13. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 2 2 0 8 5 4.00 0 0 2012 Sagicor Cup
Historical Bowling Stats
Pos. Name (Club) MT O M R W AVE BB 5W 10W ER Tournament
1. Zachary McCaskie (Wildey) 8 2.0 0 3 0 0.00 0-0 0 0 1.50 2018 Elite Division
2. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 8 23.0 2 107 1 107.00 1-41 0 0 4.65 2015 Elite Division
3. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 8 9.0 0 59 2 29.50 1-19 0 0 6.55 2014 Elite Division
4. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 8 1.0 1 0 0 0.00 0-0 0 0 0.00 2013 Elite Division
5. Zachary McCaskie (Bdos Youth) 2 2.0 0 8 1 8.00 1-8 0 0 4.00 2013 Sagicor Cup
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