2010 BCA Division 2 championship, Series 5, Results, Scores

Bridgetown, Barbados, August 4 – (www.bcacricket.org) – Summarised scores and results of play in Series 5 matches of the 2010 BCA Division 2 championship on Saturday, July 17 and 24.

ZONE A

At Byde Mill:

NB: BCA to rule on the outcome as the match ended in a dispute.

Police 147-8(25 overs) (Vincent Bradshaw 42, S. Payne 21, R. Harewood 21, Steve Brathwaite 13; Herbert Gittens 3-13, M. Brathwaite 2-35) and 100-5 declared (Feliston Gilkes 35, Vincent Bradshaw 21, Edison Rock 16, Vincent Bradshaw 14; Jason Roberts 3-36).

United Sports Club 115 all out (23.4 overs) (Jeffrey Blackman 61, Jason Roberts 16; Mitchel Roach 3-20, Steve Brathwaite 3-24, Vincent Bradshaw 2-26) and 104-8 (J. Jackman 32, Herbert Gittens 21 not out, W. Hunte 21, M. Goodridge 12; Steve Brathwaite 5-35).

At Mangrove:

Barbados Workers Union beat Central by 37 runs.

BWU 76 all out (22.1 overs) (Damian Browne 19 not out, Roger Weekes 13; Richard Hurdle 4-15, Lindwall Price 2-14, Rod Hinkson 2-19) and 94-1 declared (Wayne Farley 50 not out, Roger Weekes 25).

Central 57 all out (27 overs) (M. Wiltshire 11; Wayne Farley 3-9, Damien Browne 2-9, C. Collymore 2-13, Peter Stuart 2-13) and 76 all out (Lindwall Price 20, A. Brathwaite 18, Richard Hurdle 11, Rod Hinkson 10; Wayne Farley 2-12, Peter Stuart 2-15, Winston Gibson 2-17, Damien Browne 2-17).

Points: BWU 8, Central 0.

At Pine/Wildey:

No-decision. No play due to wet conditions on both days.

Ince Transport MTW v SJPP.

 

Points: SJPP 1, MTW 1.

At Dodds:

Drawn.

GIS 139-9 (28 overs) (Kemel Blades 53, C. Coppin 25, O. Williams 19, G. Browne 16 not out; McLester Burrowes 3-27, Gregory Nicholls 2-20, Cecil King 2-22).

ICBL Empire 148-6 (28 overs) (Alphonso Lashley 24 not out, Terry Pilgrim 23, Peter Inniss 16, Gregory Nicholls 16, Cecil King 14, Nicholas Bowen 14, Horace King 11; G. Browne 2-16, R. Marshall 2-31).

Points: Empire 3, GIS 1.

At Shorey Village:

Drawn.

BCC 144-3 (34 overs) (Damian Griffith 60 not out, Jabarry Richards 33, Tristan Payne 32; D. Taylor 2-43) and 119 all out.

Valrico Foods Conrad Hunte 89 (26 overs) (D. Kellman 28, Z. Greaves 21, Kristopher Forde 5-13, Tristan Payne 2-9, Orville Jones 2-13) and 124-3.

Points: BCC 3, Conrad Hunte 1.

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At Market Hill:

Market Hill beat ESA Field Pickwick by five wickets.

Pickwick 144 all out (33.1 overs) (Paul Daniel 33, Deighton Smith 22, O. Gilkes 19, Kevin Lorde 4-15, D. Reid 2-18, Denis Neptune 2-31) and 56 all out (Michael Agard snr 18, Deighton Smith 13; Kevin Lorde 5-21, D. Reid 3-10, H. Holder 2-22).

 

Market Hill 154-8 (34 overs) (Kevin Lorde 41 not out, Noel Went 33, H. Selman 21, M. Callender 14, R. Grannum 11; Wren Miller 2-14, Clint St Hill 2-23, O. Gilkes 2-33) and 48-5 (S. Grant 14; Wren Miller 3-16, Clint St. Hill 2-23).

 

Points: Market Hill 8, Pickwick 0.

At Wotton:

Drawn.

Wotton 79 all out (24 overs) (Tyrone Roberts 26, Grantley Best 11; Ashley Toppin 3-25, Andy Yearwood 3-28) and 133-8 (David Richardson 41, Grantley Best 38, Tyrone Roberts 11 not out, Orson Norgrove 10 not out; K. Yearwood 3-36, Andy Yearwood 2-36).

Mount Gay North Stars 114-8 declared (29 overs) (Peter Springer 62 not out, Andy Yearwood 15; D. Wilkinson 2-15, D. Murrell 2-17, Winston Greene 2-28).

Points: North Stars 3, Wotton 1.


At Waterford ‘B’:

No-decision. No play due to wet conditions on both days.

CSOS v Pine Hill Diary SJC.

Points: CSOS 1, SJC 1

ZONE B

 

At Brereton:

Drawn.

Crane & Equipment Brereton 142-9 (30 overs) (C. Ifill 24, G. Holder 23, L. Applewhaite 16, O. Bancroft 15, Jimmy Lewis 15, Nathaniel Sargeant 12; A. Browne 4-36) and 91-4 (Omar Brancroft 50, R. Howell 14 not out).

Malvern 174-9 (30 overs) (Allan Young 39, Anthony Young 34 not out, Paul Hinds 32, A. Jordan 32; Jimmy Lewis 2-26, Nathaniel Sargeant 2-28, Patrick Barrow 2-30, Lydel Applewhaite 2-58).

Points: Malvern 3, Brereton 1.

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At Lucas Street:

Drawn.

Sheffield 213-4 (34overs) (Shawn Benn 87, Dario Babb 78, Akeem Franklin 28 not out; A. Lythcott 2-26).

Windward 102-9 (34 overs) (B. Jordan 25, Andrew Lythcott 24, Charlie Thornton 13; Glen Pitt 3-24, Akeem Franklin 2-17, George Reifer 2-19) and 106-2 (Andrew Straughan 51 not out, N. Atkins 23).

Points: Sheffield 3, Windward 1.

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At King’s Park:

Scotty’s King’s Park beat Inch Marlow by seven wickets.

Inch Marlow 96 (33 overs) (S. Brathwaite 22, T. Jade 17, Weseley Broomes 10; Oswald Hoyte 3-4, Glyne Lewis 3-33, David Moore 2-10) and 118 all out (T. Jade 34, S. Brathwaite 30; Noel Burke 5-46, David Moore 3-17).

King’s Park 171-6 (35 overs) (Noel Burke 54, David Moore 25, Evans Kirton 22) and 44-3 (D. Moore 15 not out).

Points: King’s Park 8, Inch Marlow 0.

At The Pine Basin:

No-decision. No play due to wet conditions on both days.

MASCC v QEH.

Points: MASCC 1, QEH 1.

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At Eden Lodge:

Ipswich beat J O’neale Building & Maintenance Yorkshire by 34 runs.

Ipswich 114-7 declared.

Yorkshire 80 all out.

Points: Ipswich 5, Yorkshire 0.

NB: Match was reduced to one day.

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At Briar Hall:

Drawn.

TeleBarbados Carlton 148-6 (30 overs) (Kirk Straughan 60 not out, R. Prescod 30, Yusuf Nadgee 18, C.Blunt 15; Hugh Cummins 2-23) and 75-5 (Julian Boyce 39, Rudy Mayers 12 not out; Hugh Cummins 2-27).

Caribbean Lumber Maxwell 233-5 (30 overs) (Winston Herbert 113, Ian Freeman 45, R. Cumberbatch 25, Huston Mason 13; A. Ralston 2-28, Kirk Straughan 2-79).

Points: Maxwell 3, Carlton 1.

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At Dover:

Drawn.

Old Brigand Dover 189-9 (32 overs) (Litchfield Kirton 36, McNeil Brewster 34, K. Best 22, Stephen Blackett 15, J. Dey 18 not out; Omar Griffith 4-43, Junior Hinds 4-43)

BRC 140 all out (31.5 overs) (Arnold Gilkes 29, D. Norville 29, Orlando Greaves 18, Colin Bowen 16 not out; J. Dey 3-19, Alvin Greenidge jnr 2-23, Sean Smith 2-25, J. Small 2-38).

Points: Dover 3, BRC 1.

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At Blenheim ‘B’:

No-decision. No play due to wet conditions on both days.

Sunbeam Builders Benfica v Inspire Sports Wanderers

Points: Benfica 1, Wanderers 1.



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