Three Under-13 teams unbeaten after round 3
Tue, February 05, 2013 - 12:03 AM
Title-holders Dover Juniors, CounterPoint Wanderers Juniors and Fusionz Boutique Passage United all remained unbeaten after round three of the Inspire Sports/National Sports Council’s Under-13 Cricket Competition last Sunday.
Seven Seas Police Juniors and Mark’s Auto Spares Market Hill Young Blazers recorded their first victories in the 35 overs-a-side tournament.
However, YMPC Juniors, Lords Juniors and Isolation Cavaliers Juniors are still winless.
At Bristol, Northern Academy were bundled out for 75 in 22.4 overs. Left-arm spinner Camarie Boyce took four for five and pacer Ondre Callender three for 15. Dover Juniors cruised to victory, reaching 77 for one with 16.4 overs to spare. Jadan Jones hit an undefeated 44.
In the clash of the two previously unbeaten teams at Desmond Haynes Oval, Passage United survived a few scares but got home easily by five wickets after dismissing TeleBarbados Carlton for 65. Shakkae Marshall claimed three for 12 and the consistent Micah Thornhill two for seven.
Jared Lovell sustained his good form as Wanderers Juniors piled up 193 for seven at Dayrells Road. The pint-sized Lovell stroked exactly 50, including five fours off 73 balls, before he was bowled swinging across the line.
North Stars Juniors stumbled to their first defeat being all out for 120 in the 24th over. They were undone by off-spinners Anthony Manning-Merritt and Kristian Best with three wickets apiece for 22 and 24 runs respectively. Damario Slocombe made a fighting unbeaten 31.
Medium-pacer Tyreke Small picked-up four for 16, as Police Juniors clinched a narrow seven-run win over Lords Juniors at Weymouth. Chasing 106, Lords Juniors were bowled out for 98. Earlier, 11-year-old Wesley Hall student Shamar Forde top-scored with 30 not out in Police Juniors’ 105 for eight.
Jalani Callender and Tre Riley captured three wickets each to help bowl Market Hill Young Blazers to a comfortable 34-run triumph over Isolation Cavaliers Juniors at St Helen’s. (SAT)
At Desmond Haynes Oval: TeleBarbados Carlton Juniors 65 in 30.3 overs (M. Cyrus 22; S. Marshall 3-12, M. Thornhill 2-7). Fusionz Boutique Passage United 67-5 in 19.1 overs (M. Thornhill 14, S. Marshall 11 n.o.; Z. Clarke 2-7, J. Gooding 2-17). Passage United won by five wickets.
At Bank Hall: St Philip Juniors 166-6 in 35 overs (Jonhli Jordan 51, K. Stoute 34, T. Griffith 21, R. Alleyne 10; C. Hoyte 3-20, Z. Griffith 2-34). ICBL Empire Juniors 55 in 22.4 overs (C. Hoyte 31; T. Griffith 3-8, S. Brathwaite 3-11, D. Willings 2-9). St Philip Juniors by 111 runs.
At Ellerton: YMPC Juniors 145-7 in 35 overs (Jam-Meil Skeete 67, S. Murray 25, K. Sealy 20; J. Walcott 2-20). Ellerton Juniors 146-6 in 33.4 overs (S. Harris 25, R. Reid 22, J. Walcott 20, S. Collymore 16, A. Davis 11, J. Stephens-Nelson 10 n.o.; A. Alleyne 3-28). Ellerton Juniors won by four wickets.
At Dayrells Road: CounterPoint Wanderers Juniors 193-7 in 35 overs (Jared Lovell 50 , N. Reifer 16, K. Best 14, M. Lewis 13, R. Williams 11; S. King 2-18, K. Slocombe 2-37). North Stars Juniors 120 in 23.4 overs (D. Slocombe 31 n.o., D. Griffith 26, D. Toppin 14. S. King 11; A. Manning-Merritt 3-22, K. Best 3-24, M. Lewis 2-26). Wanderers won by 73 runs.
At Bristol: Northern Academy Juniors 75 in 22.4 overs (S. Forde 16, R. Alleyne 14, O. Forde 11; C. Boyce 4-5, O. Callender 3-15, N. Bishop 2-6). Dover Juniors 77-1 in 18.2 overs (J. Jones 44 n.o. N. Young 22 n.o.). Dover won by nine wickets.
At Weymouth “A”: Seven Seas Police Juniors 105-8 in 35 overs (S. Forde 30 n.o., M. St Hill 17; A. Collymore 2-9, R. Headley 2-9, M. Forde 2-18). Lords Juniors 98 in 33.4 overs (N. Knight 30, K. Griffith 21; T. Small 4-16, Mario Blackman 2-29). Police Juniors won by seven runs.
At Market Hill: Mark’s Auto Spares Market Hill Young Blazers 113 in 30.4 overs (J. Lowman 24; S. Agard 3-20, A. Ince 3-21, S. Mayers 2-10, R. Agard 2-15). Isolation Cavaliers Juniors 79 in 22 overs (R. Agard 17, R. Clarke 15 n.o., A. Ince 11; J. Callender 3-10, T. Riley 3-20, S. Walrond 2-12). Market Hill Young Blazers won by 34 runs.
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