Bridgetown, Barbados, November 14 – (www.bcacricket.org) - The battle for the 2011 BCA Upper Intermediate division title is now likely to be tougher for the two teams chasing front-runners Seven Seas Police after rain washed out play in all matches on the opening day of the ninth and final series on Saturday.
Police, on 39 points, are opposing relegation-worried Pine Hill Dairy St. John Cultural at Weymouth, second-placed Counter Point Wanderers on 34 points clash with mid-table Guardian General Barbados Youth at Dayrells Road and Ince Transport MTW, with 32 points and the only other team with a mathematical chance of winning the title, are playing J O’Neale Building & Maintenance Yorkshire at Friendship.
The winners will be promoted to the First division for the 2012 season. The last three teams, with the exception of Barbados Youth, will be demoted to the Intermediate division.
TeleBarbados Carlton v BRC BCL.
Seven Seas Police v Pine Hill Dairy St. John Cultural.
J O’Neale Building & Maintenance Yorkshire v Ince Transport MTW.
Old Brigand Dover v Alexandra.
CounterPoint Wanderers v Guardian General Barbados Youth.
Standings (After Round 8)
Police 39, Wanderers 34, MTW 32, Yorkshire 20, Barbados Youth 18, BCL 17, Carlton 16, Dover 14, St. John Cultural 10, Alexandra 9.