BCA Division 2 Championship, Series 1, Results, Scores, Points

Bridgetown, Barbados, May 25 - (www.bcacricket.org) - Summarised scores and results of play in Series 1 matches of the 2017 BCA Division 2 Championship on May 6 & 13:

 

ZONE A

At Dover:

Dover 47 all out (plus 50 penalty runs) (23 overs) (Victor Greene 12; Ezra Marshall 6-10, Patrick Barrow 2-14).

Benfica 186 all out (26.1 overs) (Antonio Forde 68, Ian Drakes 52, Anthony Stuart 25, Sydney Munro 14; Theo Franklyn 5-14, Victor Greene 2-41).

NB: 2nd day to be rescheduled due to event at Dover.

At Old Coleridge:

QEH beat Bristol by eight wickets.

Bristol 95 all out (18.1 overs) (Frederick Mayers 47; Tenerson Murray 3-8, Patrick Thompson 2-14).

QEH 96-2 (14.2 overs) (Patrick Thompson 68, James Taylor 17; Frederick Mayers 2-19).

NB: No play on first day due to absence of officials. Match reduced to one day and 20 overs due to late start.

Points:QEH 5, Bristol 0.

At Lucas Street:

Conrad Hunte beat Windward by six wickets.

Windward 134-7 (31 overs) (Geoffrey Marshall 50, Anthony Edghill 24, Richard Armstrong 18, John Wilson 11; David Cumberbatch 2-21, Peter Headley 2-31, Romel Rock 2-33) and 110-8 (39 overs) (Jasper Seymour 42, Shae Branch 36; Rico Rock 3-22, Romel Rock 2-18).

Conrad Hunte 192-9 (31 overs) (Peter Headley 74 not out, Romario Mayers 31, Edward Riley 29, Terrence Drakes 21, Maleik Small 13, Romel Rock 12; Andrew Lythcott 3-46, Shae Branch 2-33, Nick Shepherd 2-43) and 53-4 (12.3 overs) (Terrence Drakes 36 not out, Peter Headley 13 not out; Andrew Lythcott 3-16).

Points: Conrad Hunte 8, Windward 0.

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At Seawell:

Police beat Wotton by an innings and 27 runs.

Police 188-2 (26 overs) (Donniko Sargeant 90 not out, Vincent Bradshaw 76 not out, Rudolph Clarke 12).

Wotton 68 all out (19.5 overs) (Keith Seale 24, Fabian Batson 12; Richard Lavine 5-24, Dennis Murray 4-12) and 93 all out (Junior Browne 17, Leon Layne 17, Clovin Alleyne 12, Selwyn Purcell 12, Mark Seale 10 not out; Derwin Thompson 5-24, Kareem Callender 2-17).

Points:Police 8, Wotton 0.

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At The Eyrie:

Drawn.

Barbados Community College 135-4 (plus 25 penalty runs) (27 overs) (Damian Griffith 58 not out, Kristopher Forde 25 not out, Leon Yarde 18, Rommel Gilkes 11; Dwight Bowen 2-23) and 169-7 (plus 25 penalty runs) (Kristopher Forde 59, Damian Griffith 46, Dondre Garvey 16, Devon Cox 15, Charles Wood 12; Ryan Paul 3-43).

Prison Officers 163-9 (27 overs) (Ryan Paul 42, Elson Douglas 38, Dwight Bowen 32, Samuel Solomon 17 not out, Rico Carter 11; Kamal Blackman 3-39, Kristopher Forde 3-40, Devon Cox 2-9) and 84-3 (Ryan Paul 35 not out, Jamon Miller 17, Elson Douglas 12 not out, Dwight Bowen 12; Adrian Peters 2-37).

Points: Prison Officers 3, BCC 1.

At Oxnards:

Benson Mini Mart Melbourne beat King’s Park by eight wickets.

King’s Park 221-4 (32 overs) (David Moore 116 not out, Roy Blackman 27 not out, Xavier Williams 27, Oswald Hoyte 19, Carlos Maloney 11; Kirk Graham 3-34) and 122-9 declared (Henderson Sargeant 54, Tuarean Forde 15, David Moore 14, Carlos Maloney 14; Bruce Chandler 3-32, Shawn Burgess 4-45.

Melbourne 278-4 (32 overs) (Antonio Bishop 108 not out, Dayne Maynard 108, Carlisle Broomes 43) and 68-2 (Rena Sealy 36 not out, Bruce Chandler 20).

Points:Melbourne 8, King’s Park 0.

At Mangrove:

Crane & Equipment Brereton beat BWU by 58 runs.

Brereton 171-4 (21 overs) (Lydell Applewaithe 54, Dwayne Carrington 30, Stephen Wilkinson 28, Gregory Holder 13, Robin Flemming 13 not out, Casan Ifill 12 not out; Chad Brown 2-66) and 119-3 (plus 25 penalty runs) (Stephen Wilkinson 51 not out, Gregory Holder 23, Lydell Applewhaite 21 not out, Dwayne Carrington 13, Robin Flemming 12; Shawn Crichlow 2-40).

BWU 131-8 (21 overs) (Joseph Bishop 29, Shawn Crichlow 22, Roland Crichlow 21, Oliver Bishop 18; Jason Arthur 3-49, Charles Baptiste 2-18) and 126 all out (Oliver Bishop 39, Roger Weekes 23, Chad Browne 20, Shawn Crichlow 19; Jason Arthur 4-24).

Points:Brereton 8, BWU 0.

ZONE B

At Eden Lodge:

Drawn

Ipswich 170 all out (23.1 overs) (Orion Francis 40, Kyle Holligan 42, Stefan Holder 18, Michael Yearwood 12, Jomo Prass 11; O’neal Padmore 4-25, Robert Seale 3-33) and 173 all out (Stefan Holder 74, Kyle Holligan 29, Keemar Hood 28; Kevin Padmore 7-54).

St. John Cultural 130-9 (24.1 overs) (Joseph Robinson 34, Lamar Mayers 17, Phillip Howell 15, Roger Wiltshire 13, Robert Seale 10; Kyle Bowen 4-30, Jomo Prass 2-32, Kyle Holligan 2-37) and 157-3 (Kevin Padmore 63 not out, Philip Howell 43 not out, Robert Seale 13).

Points: Ipswich 3, St. John Cultural 1.

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At Vaucluse:

Central beat Ince Transport MTW by seven wickets.

MTW 123 all out (minus 50 penalty runs) (22.1 overs) (Michael Young 38, Damien Davis 23, Nicholas Clarke 16, Curtis Green 15; John Wilson 3-19, Allan Haynes 3-35, Clayton Browne 2-8) and 153 all out (Michael Young 33, Junior Holder 32, Damien Davis 26 not out, Ariel Forde 19, Nicholas Clarke 15; Clayton Browne 5-36, Matthew Wiltshire 2-13, Allan Haynes 2-38).

Central 192-6 (31 overs) (Clayton Browne 70 not out, David Pitt 30, Cleveland Grant 28 not out, Geoffrey Lafond 17; Dwayne Downes 3-32) and 35-3 (David Pitt 12 not out).

Points:Central 8, MTW 0.

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At Inch Marlow:

Buffy’s Mini Mart Inch Marlow beat North Stars by five wickets.

North Stars 127-5 (21 overs) (Ashley Skeete 64, James Brathwaite 33, Andy Griffith 12; Philip Kinch 2-22, J. Edwards 2-30) and 153 all out (Andy Griffith 69, Kemar Babb 20; D. Hendricks 5-46).

Inch Marlow 121-9 (plus 50 penalty runs) (21 overs) (Xavier Sherwin 77, Lorenzo Gale 18, James Brathwaite 4-43, Rodwell London 2-29) and 112-5 (Xavier Sherwin 78; Ashley Skeete 3-17).

Points: Inch Marlow 8, North Stars 0.

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At Market Hill:

Market Hill won by default from SJPP who failed to field a team on the first day.

Market Hill v SJPP

Points: Market Hill 8, SJPP 0.

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At Cane Garden:

Drawn.

BDF 174-8 (26 overs) (Renaldo Gibbons 69, Damien Farley 22 not out, Omar Gollop 22, Renford Prescod 14, Marlon Howard 13; Tyreke Holder 2-22) and 138 all out (Marlon Howard 54, OmarGollop 13, Dexter Hope 12 not out, Renford Prescod 11, Renaldo Gibbons 10, Damien Farley 10; Kashief Ross 4-51, Tyreke Holder 3-21, Wayne Lee 2-42).

Lester Vaughan 213-6 (26 overs) (Omari Taitt 84 not out, Akil Alleyne 42, Teron Lashley 26, Hasani Lowe 13, Kashief Ross 10; Winston Burnett 2-44, Rashid Smith 2-48) and 54-5 (Ondre Callender 21 not out, Hasani Lowe 12; Damien Farley 2-14, Jamar Gittens 2-18).

Points: Lester Vaughan 3, BDF 1.

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At Orange Hill:

BNOC beat Standard by an innings and 78 runs.

Standard 56 all out (13.1 overs) (Shawn Hinds 17, Stevenson Hinds 15, Dwayne Hurley 10; Anthony Morris 3-1, Damien Yearwood 2-21, Ronnie Gittens 2-26) and 53 all out (Stevenson Hinds 21, Shamar Headley 10; Ronnie Gittens 6-26).

BNOC 187-5 declared (20 overs) (Brian Johnson 65 not out, Ron Bates 45, Demario Slocombe 12 not out, Dave Estwick 11, Renaldo Highland 10; Dwayne Hurley 2-33, Andre Scott-Headley 2-34).

Points BNOC 8, Standard 0.

At Blades Hill:

Sky Mall Mapp Hill beat St. Mark’s Old Scholars by eight wickets.

St. Mark’s Old Scholars 152 all out (30 overs) (Ryan Bancroft 55 not out, Davon Dobson 24, Rodney Straughn 14, Keith Riley 12; Victor Haynes 5-32, Carlton Collymore 3-37, Testa Baker 2-11) and 159 all out (plus 25 penalty runs) (Davon Dobson 65, Ryan Bancroft 27 not out, Rodney Straughn 18; Carlton Collymore 7-58, Winston Gittens 3-37).

Mapp Hill 211-6 (30 overs) (Andy Parris 47, Shawn Broome 46, Daniel St. Hill 30 not out, Testa Baker 27, Carlton Collymore 18 not out) and 127-2 (Testa Baker 65 not out, Jelani Lewis 29, Jamon Parris 18).

Points:Mapp Hill 8, St. Mark’s Old Scholars 0.

ZONE C

At Drax Hall:

Drawn.

Automotive Art Transport Board 129 all out (30 overs) (Trevor Greene 37, Winston Gibson 35, Jamar Mapp 14, Ryan Carrington 13; Charleston Browne 4-13, Clint St. Hill 3-19) and 54-4 (Jeffrey Griffith 14 not out, Ryan Carrington 14, Jamar Mapp 11; Mike Matthews 2-25).

ESA Field Pickwick 133 all out (35 overs) (Michael Agard 32, Clinton St. Hill 30 not out, Troy Lokey 17, Ian Browne 14; Winston Gibson 3-21, Mark Jordan 3-24).

Points:Pickwick 3, Transport Board 1.

At Kensington Oval:

COW Equipment Malvern beat Iris Walker Pioneers by seven wickets.

Pioneers 111-7 (34 overs) (Alisa Scantlebury 55, Aaliyah Williams 19; William Drayton 3-16) and 97 all out (Skakera Selman 60, Rashida Goring 14; Olleston Skeete 5-24, William Drayton 2-33).

Malvern 131 all out (25 overs) (Anthony Young 51, William Drayton 24, Olleston Skeete 14; Alisa Scantlebury 4-17, Keila Elliott 3-36) and 82-3 (Henderson Phillips 39 not out, Junior Wilkinson 19, Olleston Skeete 15 not out; Shalite Lopez 2-26).

Points: Malvern 8, Pioneers 0.

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At Lower Estate:

Drawn.

Roberts Manufacturing Sheffield 158-3 (28 overs) (Ronaldo Walcott 40, Kevin Miller 33, Dario Selman 18, Bryan Carroll 11, George Reifer 10; Terry Carrington 4-36, Carlo Morris 2-31) and 198-6 (Ronaldo Walcott 52, Dario Selman 45, Bryan Carroll 31, George Reifer 23, Kevin Miller 14, Hugh Browne 10 not out; Saurav Worrell 3-42).

Carlton 210-4 (28 overs) (Carlo Morris 92, Rudolph Prescod 43, Jason King 33, Julian Boyce 20; George Reifer 2-37, Jonathan Brathwaite 2-50).

Points:Carlton 3, Sheffield 1.

At The Whim:

Drawn.

Wibix 207-5 (30 overs) (Robin Trotman 91, Ronald Pile 68 not out, Sean Cheltenham 11; Marlon Blagrove 4-59) and 165-8 (Robin Trotman 55 not out, Melvin Knight 36, Brian Forde 21, Sean Cheltenham 10 not out; Andrew Tudor 2-7, Cecil King 2-16).

ICBL Empire 178-5 (30 overs) (Dwayne Nurse 48, Nicholas Bowen 28 not out, Kerry Cummins 26, Cecil King 21, Kamal Sealy 14, Jabarri Brathwaite 12) and 60-6 (Dwayne Nurse 19, Cecil King 12 not out; Damien Carvalho 3-15, Stefan Waterman 2-10).

Points: Wibix 3, Empire 1.

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At Bridgefield:

Drawn.

BRC 190-4 (25 overs) (Arnold Gilkes 88, Lorenzo Garraway 47, Michael Hinds 17) and 143-4 declared (plus 25 penalty runs) (Michael Hinds 56, Lorenzo Garraway 37, Delroy Walrond 27, OrlandoGreaves 17; ChristopherStoute 2-10).

Melrose 151-7 (25 overs) (Glenmar Hinds 30, Olvis Carter 29, Owen Gibson 28; Everton Batson 3-37) and 102-1 (Glenmar Hinds 50 not out, Shaquille Prophet 39).

Points: BRC 3, Melrose 1.

At Dayrells Road:

CounterPoint Wanderers beat Queen’s College by ten wickets.

Queen’s College 154 all out (33.4 overs) (Ajani Ince 28, Ryan Holford 23, Darian Trotman 22, Jazz Griffith 21, Dominc Brathwaite 12; Samad Motara 3-25, Mark Springer 2-20, Gavin Beresford 2-28) and 133 all out (Ajani Ince 46, Joshua Burton 40, Daniel Pile 17; Gavin Beresford 4-26, Jamar Trotman 4-50).

Wanderers 239-7 (34 overs) (Ian Bradshaw 74, Jeremy Alleyne 42, David Grant 36, Jamar Trotman 35, Yusuf Nagdee 20; Darian Trotman 2-53) and 50-0 (David Grant 32 not out, Jamar Trotman 15 not out).

NB: Match was played May 6 & 14.

Points: Wanderers 8, Queen’s College 0.

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At Waterford ‘B’:

Drawn.

Maxwell 140 all out (29.4 overs) (Roger Burke, 22, Wendell Nicholls 20, Hallam Mason 19, Wayne Fields 14 not out; Jacquon Richards 5-13, Lamar Springer 2-24) and 127-8 (John Stuart 30 not out, Glenfield Griffith 30, Wayne Fields 23; Shane Lewis 3-10, Jacquon Richards 3-41).

CSOSA 242-6 (35 overs) (Akil Reid 57, Jacquon Richards 34, Cheyne Jones 32, Ramal Chase 22 not out, Bradley Harris 22 not out, Ayodele Phillips 18, Wayne Daniel 17; Ryan Beckles 3-41, Glenfield Griffith 2-28).

NB: Match was played May 7 & 14.

Points: CSOSA 3, Maxwell 1.

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POINTS (After Series 1):

ZONE A –Police 8, Melbourne 8, Brereton 8, Conrad Hunte 8, QEH 5, Prison Officers 3, Barbados Community College 1, King’s Park 0, Windward 0, BWU 0, Bristol 0, Wotton 0.

NB: Dover v Benfica second day to be rescheduled.

ZONE B –Mapp Hill 8, BNOC 8, Central 8, Inch Marlow 8, Market Hill 8, Lester Vaughan 3, Ipswich 3, St. John Cultural 1, BDF 1, SJPP 0, North Stars 0, St. Mark’s Old Scholars 0, MTW 0, Standard 0.

ZONE C – Wanderers 8, Malvern 8, Carlton 3, CSOSA 3, Wibix 3, Pickwick 3, BRC 3,  Sheffield 1, Empire 1, Maxwell 1, Transport Board 1, Melrose 1, Queen’s College 0, Pioneers 0.



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