Dorne, Clarke star to set up Foundation, QC Final in Sir Everton Weekes Under-13 Tourney

Bridgetown, Barbados, May 27 - ( - Foundation will oppose Amaze Queen’s College in the Final of the BCA Sir Everton Weekes Under-13 limited overs Championship at Bank Hall on Thursday, May 30.

In today’s semi-finals, Foundation demolished Nicholls Baking Combermere by 100 runs at Queen’s Park, while Queen’s College defeated last year’s champions Collymore Sports Alexandra by 58 runs at Dayrells Road.

All-rounder Joshua Dorne was the star for Foundation.

Dorne slammed an unbeaten 91 off 71 balls with nine fours and two sixes at No. 4 in a total of 209 for eight off 30 overs after Foundation won the toss. He then took two for 17 as Combermere were bowled out for 109 in 26.3 overs.

Preston Clarke was the outstanding player with both bat and ball for Queen’s College.

Batting at No. 4, Clarke made 60 off 63 deliveries including eight fours in a total of 196 for six off 31 overs after Queen’s College had the luck of the toss, and grabbed five for 35 as Alexandra were dismissed for 138 in 31 overs.

Summarised scores:

At Queen’s Park:

Foundation beat Combermere by 100 runs.

Foundation 209-8 (30 overs) (Joshua Dorne 91 not out - 71 balls, 9 fours, 2 sixes; Daniel Duncan 23, Zachary Alexander 19, Kevin Newton 17; Azan Garraway 3-17, Romell Smith 2-54).

Combermere 109 all out (26.3 overs) (Josiah Burgess 31, Micah Greenidge 23, Raziel Lopey 12; Davon Forde 3-16, Joshua Dorne 2-17).

Toss: Foundation.

At Dayrells Road:

Queen’s College beat Alexandra by 59 runs.

Queen’s College 196-6 (31 overs) (Preston Clarke 60 - 63 balls, 8 fours; Xuandre Baptiste 38, Zion Brathwaite 34 not out, Jonathan Squires 18; Kaden Hoyte 2-42).

Alexandra 138 all out (31 overs) (Dario Cox 46, Ramaero Samuel 26, Raheem Agard 13, Azari Maynard 12 not out; Preston Clarke 5-35, Ethan Wood 3-33).

Toss: Queen’s College.


FINAL - May 30

Foundation v Queen’s College at Bank Hall. Start: 11 a.m.

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