Jones hits ton for Graydon Sealy


Added 24 June 2014


THE prolific Jadan Jones continued his rich form with a blazing 111 for Graydon Sealy off last year’s losing finalists Alexandra on the opening day of the Under-15 Cricket Competition at Beckles Road yesterday. Jones struck 12 fours and five sixes to pilot his school to 188 for eight off of 30 overs. Earlier in the season Jones scored a ton off St Leonard’s in the Goddard Schools Competition. Graydon Sealy secured first innings lead after Alexandra mustered 156 for nine in 30 overs with Kodi Straker getting an even half-century. The runs were also flowing over at Waterford, as young batsmen Lemar Springer (75 not out) Shakir Marshall (67) and Zidan Clarke (58 not out) all hit half-centuries in Combermere’s massive total of 303 for five. Earlier, St George were skittled out for just 75 before the hosts subsequently smashed their bowling to all parts of the field. Summarised scores: At Beckles Road: Graydon Sealy 188 for 8 (Jadan Jones 111, N. Murrell 38, R. Sobers 10; J. Bishop 3-36, R. Headley 2-45). Alexandra 156-9 in 30 overs (K. Straker 50, S. Fergusson 23, R. Husbands 18, F. Rock 12 n.o.; J. Bailey 3-32, J. Jones 2-20, S. Collymore 2-40). At Waterford: St George 75 in 31.4 overs (K. Sealy 22, R. McCollin 13, N. Watkins 11; S. Marshall 3-13, I. Persaud 2-10, L. Springer 2-16, A. Merritt 2-17). Combermere 303-5 in 35 overs (Lemar Springer 75 n.o., Shakir Marshall 67, Zidan Clarke 58 n.o., D. Scott 31, I. Persaud 13; R. Barker 2-56). At Blackmans: Grantley Adams 162-7 in 30 overs (S. Mayers 38 n.o., S. Wilkinson 20 n.o., C. Hoyte 15, J. Callender 14, R. Thompson 11, S. Padmore 10; E. Hoyte 2-39. Alleyne 146 in 27.1 overs (K. Justin 46, J. Jackman 29, S. Glasgow 11; S. Padmore 3-29, Z. Waldron 3-41). At Lester Vaughan: Foundation 153-9 in 35 overs (Joshua Corbin 67, L. Gayle 40, M. Watts 11; J. Holder 4-20, K. Connell 2-38). Lester Vaughan 185-6 in 35 overs  (Kevon Connell 74 not out, M. Thornhill 35, H. Lowe 17, A. Alleyne 16, T. Holder 12; R. Alleyne 4-28, J. Gooding 2-35). (MK/JM)

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