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Date Published: 2020-06-15 

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BCA Top 40: 1994 treat - Callender, Reid, Puckerin set new records as BET, Spartan share title

Bridgetown, Barbados, June 15 - (www.bcacricket.org) - This year, 2020, marks the 40th in which Keith Holder has been compiling statistics on the premier Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) Championship.

Formerly known as the First division since 1892, it was rebranded as the Elite division in 2012 - three years after the promotion and demotion system was introduced.

To mark his four decades of keeping track on the performances of all the teams and players, Holder will ultimately feature a BCA Top 40 in batting, bowling and fielding (most runs, most wickets etc).

Over the next couple of months, he will be highlighting the leading performances in each season.

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Batsmen dominate with 34 centuries, “double” feats for Herbert, Puckerin

Beefy Barry Callender, the Banks captain, and wily Winston Reid, the YMPC left-arm spinner, set new marks for batting and bowling in the 1994 BCA Division 1 Championship, which was jointly captured by a brilliant BET for the first time ever in their sixth season and solid Spartan with 70 points.

It was a record-breaking season in several aspects, marked especially in the batting with 34 centuries - eight more than the previous highest number in 1983 for the era under review.

“Country boy” Callender, 27, a rank resident of St. Philip and with a reputation for hitting the ball hard, far and clean, amassed 919 runs including four centuries, at an average of 41.77. He eclipsed by just one run the record for the most runs in a season which stood for 11 years by Hubert “Ellis” Brathwaite, the former Banks, St. Catherine and Barbados batsman.

Brathwaite slammed a record six tons in his 918 runs, at an outstanding average of 65.57 for St. Catherine in 1983.

After the first three rounds, Callender had reeled off three centuries including two against Carlton at Black Rock (now Desmond Haynes Oval) in an aggregate of 439 (ave: 87.80).

Reid, then aged 32, hauled in 80 wickets at 10.98 runs each - the most in a season since fast bowler Neville Mason of St. Catherine took 77 in 1984.

And for the second straight season and the third all told, one player performed the double of over 500 runs and 50 wickets.

That honour went to the ebullient BCL all-rounder Winston “Freddie” Herbert, who scored 659 runs with one hundred (ave: 34.68) and as a lively medium-pacer, took 53 wickets (ave: 16.56).

The others with the “double” bragging rights were George Linton of Spartan in 1981 (556 runs, ave: 34.70 and 51 wickets, ave: 14.82) and Empire’s Sherlon Greaves (522 runs, ave: 38.53 and 63 wickets, ave: 11.30) in 1993.

Spartan captain and wicket-keeper/batsman Livingstone Puckerin, also boasted of performing a special “double”, having made the second highest aggregate of 752 runs (ave: 44.23), along with an amazing 50 victims, equally divided with catches and stumpings to follow his 43 victims the previous season.

In fact, Puckerin’s feat of 50 victims in a season remains a record. Sadly, he died at the age of 49 in 2018 after a long battle with colon cancer.

Puckerin, like Callender, a former student of Princess Margaret Secondary, which had a growing reputation since the early 1970s for producing exciting cricketers including the likes of batting ace Thelston “Carew” Payne and fast bowler Wayne “Zephyr” Daniel - both of whom went on to represent West Indies - had the honour of scoring four centuries as well.

Fo the records, Callender joined Hubert Brathwaite and Puckerin in hitting two centuries in the same match since the turn of the 1980s.

In 1983, Brathwaite made 109 and 104 against Combined Schools at Bayfield in the 11th and final round, while Puckerin scored 116 and 106 off Maple at Queen’s Park in 1991, also in the 11th series, but in a 14-team Competition.

Callender hit 130 and 110 off Carlton in the second round.

BET, captained by batsman Brian Johnson, and Spartan, virtually ran neck and neck from the fourth round.

That was after the Wildey team, boosted by a 41-year-old giant named Joel “Big Bird” Garner and including several young, promising blokes, among them the likes of 23-year-old wicket-keeper/batsman Courtney Browne, top order batsman Floyd Reifer, 22, and 20-year-old pace bowling all-rounder Ian Bradshaw, all of whom went on to represent Barbados and West Indies, set the stage from early, along with YMPC and Wanderers - all picking up 19 points by the end of Series 3.

After Spartan drew level with BET and Wanderers at the top on 22 points following the fourth series, it was a ding dong battle with BET and Spartan interchanging the top two positions until they became the only teams with a chance of lifting the coveted title going into the very last round.

Here is how the leading teams were positioned from Series 5 to 12:

Series 5 - BET 30, Spartan 30, YMPC 28, Empire 28, Police 27, Wanderers 25.

Series 6 - Spartan 38, BET 31, YMPC 31, Police 30, Empire 29, Wanderers 26.

Series 7 - Spartan 41, BET 34, YMPC 34, Police 31, Empire 30, Wanderers 27.

Series 8 - Spartan 49, BET 42, Empire 38, YMPC 34, Police 31, Pickwick 31.

Series 9 - Spartan 50, BET 43, Empire 39, YMPC 37, Police 34, Pickwick 32.

Series 10 - Spartan 53, BET 51, Empire 47, YMPC 37, Maple 35, Police 35.

Series 11 - BET 59, Spartan 54, Empire 50, Police 43, Pickwick 41, YMPC 40.

Series 12 - BET 67, Spartan 62, Empire 51, Police 51, Pickwick 49, YMPC 40.

NB: See full Final Points later in the feature:

Ultimately, it took a fine, all-round effort from an old man, Arlington Hunte, sensationally summoned from the Intermediate division where he was enjoying an outstanding season at the age of 48 to help Spartan, then in a must-win position, pull off an exciting two-wicket victory over Banks at The Brewery, as BET were held to a draw by St. Catherine at Bayfield.

Hunte, one of the dominant players with both bat and ball for YMPC in the 1980s, had last payed at the top level in 1987 for Spartan.

Having replaced John Eugene, a St. Lucia and Windward Islands batsman, who was unavailable after playing nine consecutive matches, Hunte was unbeaten in both innings with 17 and 54, batting at No. 9 and No. 7, after a match haul of five for 101 including three for 52 in the second innings.

Spartan truly owed Hunte a whole lot. Chasing 179 to win, they were put under pressure by fast bowler Henry “Fish” Austin for the second time in the match and were precariously placed on 168 for eight when Carlisle Stuart, better known for his left-arm seam bowling and the youngest of three Stuart brothers who played in the Division 1 Championship that season - the others were batsmen Ryle (St. Catherine) and Ellis “Gus Logie” or “Disgusting” as some fans called him (BET) - joined Hunte.

Amidst the tension, the pair reached the target with Stuart’s contribution being two but it was enough for him to brag that he played a vital role in Spartan’s success. A talker in every sense of the word, Carlisle Stuart now lives in England.

Austin, a big man with pronounced knocked knees, had a match haul of 11 for 83 off 35.5 overs including six for 38 off 20.5 overs in the second innings as he finished the season with 55 wickets (ave: 13.32).

Hunte, an educator for many years, was at the time head of the English Department at St. James Secondary (now Frederick Smith) school.

He recalls being “blue vex” when told by one of the Spartan selectors, Jeffrey Mascoll, that he was being drafted into the side.

“I was really having a very good season in the Intermediate division and at my age, I had no intention of playing at the First division level again,” Hunte told BCAcricket.org.

As it turned out, it was the last First division match for both Hunte and Garner, an outstanding former Barbados captain and West Indies player, who later became a member of the BCA and West Indies Boards, apart from serving as a West Indies ‘A’ and senior team manager, Barbados and West Indies selector, as well as president of the BCA for ten straight years, starting in 2007.

Summarised scores of the last round matches for Spartan and BET:

At The Brewery:

Banks 112 all out and 197 all out. Spartan 131 all out and 179-8.

At Bayfield:

St. Catherine 193 all out and 89-3. BET 198.

In relation to BET and the earlier mention of Garner, who was an inspiration for Browne, Floyd Reifer and Bradshaw, the “Bird”, still bowling as accurate and spiteful as ever, grabbed 41 wickets at a miserly 9.21 runs each including nine for 21 in the first innings against Pickwick in a nine-wicket win at Wildey in Series 5.

Left-hander Reifer and Browne were both in their fourth season with BET, while Bradshaw was in his first.

Reifer scored 662 runs (ave: 50.92), making it the third straight year he passed 500 runs, Browne made 428 runs (ave: 35.66) and Bradshaw took 30 wickets (ave: 14.56) .

Ricky Hoyte of Empire and Pickwick’s Henderson Wallace, who were both limited to seven matches because of overseas contracts, topped the batting and bowling averages.

Hoyte finished with the very impressive average of 138.25 after amassing 553 runs from 11 innings including seven not outs.

Left-hander Hoyte started the season with an unbeaten century against Combined Schools North at Bank Hall and then missed the next six matches because of a contract in Canada.

His highest score was 108 not out off Combined Schools South at Harrison College ‘A’, Crumpton Street, in the eighth series. At one stage he had been dismissed only once in seven innings.

The burly Wallace took 30 wickets at 8.16 runs apiece - ten of them in the last series against Wanderers at Dayrells Road. He missed the first six matches because of his 11th consecutive professional season in Northern Ireland.

Apart from Callender, Puckerin, Herbert, Floyd Reifer and Hoyte, six other batsmen scored over 500 runs for the season.

They were: Clinton St. Hill (Pickwick, 615; ave: 41.00); Stanton Proverbs (Police, 583; ave: 32.38); Michael Inniss (Empire, 578; ave: 28.90); Byron Morris (BCL, 544; ave: 30.22), Leslie Reifer (Floyd Reifer’s uncle) (Police, 517; ave: 43.08) and Thelston Payne (St. Catherine, 501; ave: 33.40).

Reid, Herbert and Austin were joined in the 50-wicket club by five others: veteran Spartan leg-spinning all-rounder George Linton (72; ave: 10.16); another leg-spinning all-rounder, Sherlon Greaves of Empire (64; ave: 13.78); Carlton captain and pacer Henderson Broomes (59; ave: 20.38); Police fast bowler Sylvester Louis (58; ave: 9.56) and YMPC leg-spinning all-rounder Terry Rollock (50; ave: 14.34).

Clinton "Leopard" St. Hill, the top fielder for the decade of the 1980s when he was also representing Pickwick, and another veteran in YMPC’s Stephen Lorde, each claimed the most catches (20).

Significantly George Linton, Courtney Browne, Henderson Wallace, Sherlon Greaves and Henderson Broomes, all later became Barbados selectors at one time or another, and all had the distinction of serving as the chairman, with Broomes now the incumbent.

Browne was also a West Indies selector and a convenor as well.

Champion teams (with matches in brackets):

BET - Brian Johnson (captain), Floyd Reifer, Ron Bates, Robert Stuart, Terry Bascombe (13), Rommel Brathwaite (12), Courtney Browne (10), Ian Bradshaw, Joel Garner (9), Lonelle Hutson, Anthony Morris (7), Adrian Brathwaite (6), Horace Walrond (5), Errol Barrow, Ellis Stuart (4), Gordon Maxwell, Leibert Holder (2).

Spartan - Livingstone Puckerin (captain, 12), Roy Alleyne, George Linton, Hendy Hinds, Dave Marshall, Richard Connelly (13), John Eugene (9), Rowehan Walcott, Robert Headley, Carlisle Stuart (8), Philo Wallace, Mark Lavine (7), Anthony Phillips (6), Winston Murphy (5), Ricardo Harrison (4), Dexter Toppin (2), Arlington Hunte, Irwin Belgrave (1). NB: Lavine (2001, at the age of 28) and Puckerin (2018, at the age of 49) are deceased. Both represented Barbados at the first-class level.

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FINAL POINTS

BET                   70

Spartan             70

Empire              59

Pickwick            57

Police                54

YMPC                48

Maple                39

Wanderers         39

St. Catherine     35

BCL                   31

Carlton              23

Banks                20

Schools South    13

Schools North    12

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BATTING                                    MT     I     NO       R        HS       Ave     100    50

Barry Callender (Banks)              13    23     1       919     130      41.77     4      2

Livingstone Puckerin (Spartan)    12    19     2       752     155*    44.23     4      0

Floyd Reifer (BET)                      13    18     5       662     136      50.92     1      4

Winston Herbert (BCL)               13     22     3       659      128     34.68     1     4

Clinton St. Hill (Pickwick)            12    17     2       615     112*    41.00     2      2

Stanton Proverbs (Police)            13    19     1       583     149*   32.38      2      2

Michael Inniss (Empire)              13    20      0      578     136      28.90     1      1

Ricky Hoyte (Empire)                   7    11      7      553     108*   138.25     2      3

Byron Morris (BCL)                     11    21     3       544       86      30.22     0      5

Leslie Reifer (Police)                   12    16     4       517     105      43.08     2      3

Thelston Payne (St. Catherine)    13    18     3       501     101*    33.40     1      2

Rommel Brathwaite (BET)           12    16     3       497      72      38.23      0      4

Adrian Grant (Pickwick)               12    14     5      471     111*    52.33      1      4

Ahmed Proverbs (Pickwick)          9     13     0       465     121     35.76      1      1

Derryck Battershield (Banks)       13    22     2      460      105     23.00      1      2

Jason Jordan (Schools South)      13    24     1      457      71*    19.86       0      3

Orion Bostic (YMPC)                    13    21    1       453      77      22.65      0       2

Adrian Watson (Schools North)    13    22    0       442     105     20.09       1       1

Ron Bates (BET)                         13     20    0      431       89      21.55      0       2

Wilbur Bruce (Carlton)                12     19    1      430       65      23.88      0       3

Courtney Browne (BET)               10    14     2     428       84      35.66      0       3

Pearson Best (St. Catherine)        13    20    3      425       67      25.00      0       3

Gregory Jones (St. Catherine)      13    21    1      416      76      20.80       0       2

Brian Johnson (BET)                    13    19    2      407      59*    23.94       0       1

Dereck Skeete (Maple)                13    22    1      404     107     19.23       1       1

Feliston Gilkes (Police)                  9    12    1      392      103     35.63      1        1

Rudolph Clarke (Police)               13    20    2      380       54      21.11      0        2

Kerry Lucas (Schools South)        13    24    1      379     112*    16.47      1        0

Roger Coward (Carlton)               13    19    2      375     100*    22.05      1        1

Sean Armstrong (Wanderers)       13    21    1      374      68      18.70      0        2

Sherlon Greaves (Empire)            13    18    1      373      74      21.94      0       4

Henderson Bryan (Wanderers)      13    18    7      371      75      33.72      0       4

Terry Rollock (YMPC)                    13    21    0      367     56       17.47      0       2

Trevor Haynes (Carlton)               12    19    2      366     80*     21.52      0       2

Richard Armstrong (Wanderers)    12    19    1      363     115     20.16      1       1

Lindon Yarde (YMPC)                    13     20    4      359      55     22.43      0       2

Adrian Griffith (Pickwick)              10     13    0      357      86     27.46      0       2

Mark Sealy (Wanderers)                9     13     2     356      53*    32.36      0       3

Donville Brathwaite (BCL)             7     12     2      355     151     35.50      1       0

Hendy Hinds (Spartan)               13      23    2      355      60*    16.90      0       1

Shirley Clarke (Schools North)     12     21    1       352     68      17.60      0       2

Michael Matthews (Carlton)          7      10     0      351    126     35.10      1       2

Ryan McCarthy (Schools South)   11     20     0      348      81     17.40      0       3

Victor Greene (Wanderers)          11     17     1      335      58     20.93      0       2

Shawn Graham (Schools South)   13     24     1     332      41     14.43      0        0

Mark Thomas (Carlton)                11     17     2     326     65*     21.73     0        3

John Eugene (Spartan)                 9      15    3      322     67*     26.83     0        2

Jerome Gittens (Schools North)    13     23    0      321     61      13.95      0        1

Edison Rock (Schools North)        11     20     2     318     53      17.66       0        1

Norman Puckerin (Police)             13     15     0     316     56      21.06      0        1

Roy Alleyne (Spartan)                  13     22    5     307      39      18.05      0        0

Michael Maynard (Banks)              11     19     1     306      77*    17.00      0       1

Rondelle Yearwood (Schools North)12     20    1     300      54      15.78      0        1

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BOWLING                                 MT      O        M        R       W      BB      Ave       5W    10W

Winston Reid (YMPC)                 13     384     109    879      80     7-15    10.98     7      1

George Linton (Spartan)            13     306      78     732      72     7-22    10.16     6      2 

Sherlon Greaves (Empire)          13    269.1    40     882      64     6-38    13.78     3      1

Henderson Broomes (Carlton)    13    296.4    33    1203     59      7-58    20.38    4       1

Sylvester Louis (Police)               7     199.5    43     555     58      7-6      9.56      7       3

Henry Austin (Banks)                13    225.4     64     733     55     6-38    13.32     5       2

Winston Herbert (BCL)              13    255.4     38     878     53     7-53    16.56     6       1

Terry Rollock (YMPC)                 13    250.5     48     717     50     7-59    14.34     3       0

Henderson Bryan (Wanderers)    13    252.4    35     876     47     6-54    18.63     2        0

Delroy Walrond (Empire)           13     207.4    31     713     45     6-37    15.84     2        1

Ian Williams (Maple)                  13    221.1    29     789     43     7-40    18.34     2        0

Joel Garner (BET)                       9     143.3    25     378     41     9-20      9.21     3       1

Richard Connelly (Spartan)        13    134.2    26      383     39     8-19     9.82      3       1

Milton Small (St. Catherine)       11     188.5    46     486     39     8-16    12.46     4       2

Wren Miller (Pickwick)                13    208.4     27     695    38     5-60     18.28     1      0

Robert Stuart (BET)                    13    171.3    30     552    33     6-63     16.72     1       0

Victor Greene (Wanderers)         11     179      29      584    33     5-18     17.69     1       0

Fabian Pollard (Schools South)    13    203.1    10      950    33    5-61      28.78     1       0

Kenrick Marshall (Police)             10     162.1   39     431     31    5-46     13.90      1       0

Henderson Wallace (Pickwick)       7     118.1   33     275     30     7-38      9.16      2       1

Ian Bradshaw (BET)                    9     129.3    28     437     30     8-11     14.56     1       1

Emmerson Jordan (Maple)            7     161     15      503     30     8-23     16.76     3       1

Carl Grazette (Banks)                 13    162.4    30     549     30     5-35     18.30     1       0

Matthew Moore (Schools North)    9    114.2    16     468     29     5-44      16.13    2       0

Patterson Thompson (Empire)     13    186.5    32     687     29     4-72      23.68    0       0

Dayne Maynard (St. Catherine)     7    117.4    17    364      28     7-51     13.00     3       1

Stanton Proverbs (Police)            13    126      17     399     28     5-27     14.25     1       0

Duane Springer (Schools North)   13   144.5    17     694    27      5-77     25.70     2       0

Carl Chapman (Maple)                13    118      19     380     26      6-33    14.61     1        0

Terry Bascombe (BET)                 13    169.5   40     586     26     6-62     22.53     1        1

Rodney Broomes (YMPC)             12    166.3   13     620     26     5-44     23.84     1        0

Pedro Agard (Maple)                   11      91.3   12     308     24     5-21     12.83     1        0

Tennyson A.D. Roach (Pickwick)    7     92.4    20     258     23     8-10     11.21     2        1

Scofield Hewitt (Pickwick)             7    112.1    22    352     23     4-24     15.30     0        0

Dave Marshall (Spartan)             13     176.5    35   542     23      4-32    23.56     0        0

Mark Lavine (Spartan)                  7     113.4    21   372     22      5-56    16.90     1        0

Hattian Graham (Banks)               6     105.4    18    437     22     5-95    19.86     1        0

Donovan Lopez (Schools North)  13     135.2     15    591     22     5-89    26.86     1        0

Sheldon Stuart (Carlton)            13      211.4    22    832     22     4-59    37.81     0        0

Geoffrey Mapp (Police)               12     125.3     9     447      21     5-43    21.28     2        0

Rodney Gittens (BCL)                 11     132.1    12    566     21     3-61     26.95     0       0

Jimmy Thorne (Schools South)   12     133        9      615     21     3-33     29.28     0       0

Anthony Burrowes (Schools South) 12  137.2    6     700      21     3-49     33.33     0       0

Theo Chandler (BCL)                   12     119.2   14    368     20      5-13    18.40     1        0

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FIELDING

Wicket-keeper: Livingstone Puckerin (Spartan) 50 (25 catches/25 stumpings); Mark Gaskin (Pickwick) 29 (25/4); Derwin Thompson (Police) 28 (24/4); Michael Worrell (Maple) 23 (19/4); Mark Estwick (YMPC) 22 (16/6); Mark Thomas (Carlton) 20 (17/3); Ricky Hoyte (Empire) 18 (14/4); Anderson Payne (BCL) 17 (16/1); Thelston Payne (St. Catherine) 16 (14/2); Courtney Browne (BET) 15 (11/4); Ryan Durant (Wanderers) 15 (15/0); Derryck Battershield (Banks) 15 (14/1); Jason King (Empire) 13 (13/0); Rodney Yarde (BCL) 13 (13/0); Steven Leslie (Schools South) 13 (11/2); Rondelle Yearwood (Schools North) 11 (11/0).

Other than wicket-keeper: Clinton St. Hill (Pickwick), Stephen Lorde (YMPC) 20; Terry Rollock (YMPC), Gavin Beresford (Wanderers) 17; Floyd Reifer (BET) 16; Sherlon Greaves (Empire) 15; Lewis Spooner (Banks) 14; Adrian Grant (Pickwick), William Lashley (YMPC) 13; Hendy Hinds (Spartan), George Linton (Spartan), Richard Connelly (Spartan), Michael Inniss (Empire), Stanton Proverbs (Police), Ian Brathwaite (Carlton), Leon Layne (Banks) 12; Robert Stuart (BET), Roy Alleyne (Spartan), John Eugene (Spartan), George Harris (Pickwick), Wren Miller (Pickwick), Gregory Jones (St. Catherine) 11; Brian Johnson (BET), Rudolph Clarke (Police), Chris Humphrey (Wanderers), Jerome Gittens (Schools North) 10; Delroy Walrond (Empire), Ahmed Proverbs (Pickwick), Henderson Wallace (Pickwick), Henderson Bryan (Wanderers), Terry Holder (BCL), Theo Chandler (BCL), Ryan McCarthy (Schools South), Kerry Lucas (Schools South), Adrian Watson (Schools North) 9; Ron Bates (BET), Adrian Brathwaite (BET), Adrian Griffith (Pickwick), Neil Weekes (Pickwick), Pedro Agard (Maple), Michael Edwards (Wanderers), Barry Callender (Banks), Duane Springer (Schools North) 8.

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CENTURIES (34)

Livingstone Puckerin (Spartan) 155 not out v Police at Queen’s Park (Series 2).

Donville Brathwaite (BCL) 151 v Carlton at Black Rock (now Desmond Haynes Oval) (Series 10).

Kenrick Marshall (Police) 150 not out v Schools North at Weymouth (Series 13).

Stanton Proverbs (Police) 149 not out v Schools South at Weymouth (Series 5).

Floyd Reifer (BET) 136 v Banks at The Brewery (Series 1).

Michael Inniss (Empire) 136 v Carlton at Bank Hall (Series 5).

Barry Callender (Banks) 130 v Carlton at Black Rock (now Desmond Haynes Oval) (Series 2).

Winston Herbert (BCL) 128 v Police at Blenheim ‘A’ (Series 4).

Michael Matthews (Carlton) 126 v St. Catherine at Black Rock (now Desmond Haynes Oval) (Series 8).

Roland Holder (Empire) 123 v St. Catherine at Bayfield (Series 6).

Ahmed Proverbs (Pickwick) 121 v Carlton at Kensington Oval (Series 11).

Livingstone Puckerin (Spartan) 119 v BCL at Queen’s Park (Series 5).

Richard Armstrong (Wanderers) 115 v BCL at Blenheim ‘’A’ (Series 2).

Kerry Lucas (Schools South) 112 not out v Maple at Trents (Series 2).

Clinton St. Hill (Pickwick) 112 not out v Carlton at Kensington Oval (Series 11).

Robin Parris (Empire) 112 not out v Maple at Bank Hall (Series 13).

Adrian Grant (Pickwick) 111 not out v Banks at Kensington Oval (Series 6).

Barry Callender (Banks) 110 v Carlton at Black Rock (now Desmond Haynes Oval (Series 2).

Barry Callender (Banks) 109 not out v BCL at The Brewery (Series 3).

Stanton Proverbs (Police) 108 v BCL at Blenheim ‘A’ (Series 4).

Clinton St. Hill (Pickwick) 108 v Banks at Kensington Oval (Series 6).

Ricky Hoyte (Empire) 108 not out v Schools South at Harrison College ‘A’, Crumpton Street (Series 8).

Livingstone Puckerin (Spartan) 107 v YMPC at Queen’s Park (Series 1).

Dereck Skeete (Maple) 107 v Banks at The Brewery (Series 8).

Leslie Reifer (Police) 105 v St. Catherine at Weymouth (Series 1).

Derryck Battershield (Banks) 105 v Wanderers at The Brewery (Series 5).

Adrian Watson (Schools North) 105 v BET at Coleridge & Parry, Ashton Hall (Series 6).

Feliston Gilkes (Police) 103 v Carlton at Weymouth (Series 7).

Livingstone Puckerin (Spartan) 102 v Schools South at Foundation, Church Hill (Series 4).

Thelston Payne (St. Catherine) 101 not out v Pickwick at Kensington Oval (Series 2).

Leslie Reifer (Police) 101 not out v Schools South at Weymouth (Series 5).

Barry Callender (Banks) 101 v Schools North at Lodge ‘A’, Society (Series 10).

Ricky Hoyte (Empire) 100 not out v Schools North at Bank Hall (Series 1).

Roger Coward (Carlton) 100 not out v Schools North at Coleridge & Parry, Ashton Hall (Series 4).

Document Author Keith Holder
Date Published 2020-06-15
Division Elite Division
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11. Barry Callender (Banks) 13 22 1 618 103 29.43 1 2 1993 First Division
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Pos. Name (Club) MT O M R W AVE BB 5W 10W ER Tournament
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2. Barry Callender (Banks) 1 4.5 0 14 2 7.00 2-9 0 0 3.11 2009 First Division
3. Barry Callender (Banks) 13 5.0 1 21 1 21.00 1-18 0 0 4.20 2002 First Division
4. Barry Callender (Banks) 13 9.0 3 29 1 29.00 1-12 0 0 9.67 2001 First Division
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6. Barry Callender (Banks) 12 126.3 21 388 17 22.82 4-30 0 0 3.07 1995 First Division
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