UWI to the four(Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.)
Wed, August 29, 2012 - 12:05 AM
Make no mistake about it – Sagicor UWI are the undisputed kings of domestic three-day cricket.
UWI underlined their dominance at club level by sweeping to a fourth successive title in the LIME Elite Division (formerly Division 1) competition last weekend.
It was a commanding performance from UWI, who won seven of their eight matches to capture the championship with a match to spare.
Their emphatic victory over Republic Bank St Catherine by an innings and 136 runs at Bayfield on Sunday lifted the Cave Hill team to an unbeatable 135 points, 40 more than second-placed Empire ahead of the final round of matches.
After the triumph, the players and officials posed for photographers.
Sitting (from left): Sir Hilary Beckles (principal), Omar Phillips (captain), Floyd Reifer (player/coach), Roland Butcher (director of sports).
Standing (from left): Steven Leslie (manager), Nhamo Winn, Shacaya Thomas, Akeem Dewar, Lee-Ann Johnson (scorer), Kevin McClean, Nekoli Parris, Ryan Austin, Jonathan Carter, Chadwick Walton, Kirk Corbin, Marques Clarke, Andrew Simpson (physiotherapist).
Rommel Currency, who played in the match, was not at the ground on the last day.
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