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DIV. 2 SCORES


Andrew Browne, [email protected]

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SCORES ON THE SECOND AND FINAL DAY of second round matches in the BCA Division 2 Competition yesterday:
Zone A
At Dodds: GIS 140 and 220-4 (Shakiel Cumberbatch 63, C. Coppin 38, K. Blades 26, I. Browne 25, D. Hollingsworth 24, H. Barrow 22). United 169-9 and 50-2 (O. Belgrave 15 n.o., J. Blackman 10). Match drawn.
At Crab Hill: Valrico Foods Conrad Hunte 179 and 176 (Dennis Kellman 53, Z. Greaves 37, W. Rock 31, M. Devonish 15; A. Toppin 3-21, A. Yearwood 3-21, R. London 3-25). Mount Gay North Stars 199-3 and 61-4 (R. Roach 14 n.o., A. Broome 12; W. Rock 3-27). Match drawn.
At Mangrove: Barbados Community College 70 and 106 (J. Richards 28, T. Hunte 19; W. Gibson 4-9, T. Stuart 3-11). BWU 37 and 140-5 (Roger Weekes 57 n.o., W. Farley 22, M. Bramble 17, C. Robert 11 n.o.; O. Jones 2-21). BWU won by five wickets.
At Seawell: ESA Field Pickwick 123-6 in 22 overs (P. Clarke 30, L. Gill 19 n.o., M. Agard 18, A. Grant 14, F. Smith 14, W. Miller 14; C. Brathwaite 2-6) and 166 (A. Grant 48, P. Daniels 36, M. Agard 35, F. Smith 32; V. Bradshaw 4-15, R. Clarke 3-54). Police 171-4 in 22 overs (V. Bradshaw 41, E. Rock 39, F. Gilkes 38 n.o., A. Cumberbatch 31 n.o.) and 122-0 (Rudolph Clarke 79 n.o., S. Brathwaite 40 n.o.). Police won by ten wickets.
At Market Hill: CSOS 178 and 103 (J. Hope 38, R. Hall 20, C. Edwards 15, S. Stoute 2-27). Market Hill 170 and 116-5 (Dennis Neptune 59, C. Alleyne 17, R. Grannum 12). Market Hill won by five wickets.
Zone B
At Wildey: (Day 1) SJP Polytechnic 138 in 22.2 overs (D. Skeete 39, A. Brice 34, K. Joseph 19; R. McDonald 4-10, A. Harris 3-44, S. Best 2-34). ICBL Empire 211-6 in 28.2 overs (Peter Inniss 53, N. Bowen 43, T. Pilgrim 41 n.o., H. King 20; D. Scantlebury 2-64).
At Blenheim “B”: Ipswich 154-8 and 230 (Alvin Gibson 100 ret., James Taylor 63, S. Alleyne 24; E. Jordan 4-34, S. Atkins 4-42). Sunbeam Builders Benfica 154-9 and 25-0 (E. Marshall 21 n.o.). Match drawn.
At Brereton: Old Brigand Dover 187-6 and 183-6 (Peter Sealy 69 n.o., Stephen Blackett 55, K. Beckles 20; P. Barrow 2-27). Crane & Equipment Brereton 172 and 96-5 (G. Holder 38, J. Lewis 18, N. Powlett 12, O. Bancroft 11 n.o.; N. Burke 3-40). Match drawn.
At Lower Estate: Sheffield 167-7 and 162 (Kevin Springer 50 n.o., D. Babb 35, G. Reifer 24, R. Clinkett 16; B. Moore 5-54, R. Burke 3-34, K. Mayers 2-24). Scotty’s Kings Park 156 and 124-8 (S. Nurse 38, N. Burke 16, F. Quarless 15, C. Clarke 14; K. Callender 4-19, G. Reifer 3-24). Match drawn.
At Martindales Road: TeleBarbados Carlton 211 and 157-9 (Roger Moore 52, J. Boyce 27, R. Prescod 15, H. Thompson 13, T. Carrington 13 n.o., R. King 12, K. Straughn 10; M. Lovell 3-31, T. Murray 2-36, S. Yarde 2-39, J. Forde 2-47). QEH 149 and 185-6 (Patrick Thompson 96, M. Lovell 27, A. Howard 18, H. Holder 11, T. Murray 11 n.o.; N. Nagdee 2-7, R. Small-Boyce 2-35). Match drawn.
At Inch Marlow: Inch Marlow 122 in 35 overs (Corey Scantlebury 54; J. Hinds 4-25) and 227-6 dec’d (Corey Scantlebury 150 n.o., S. Brathwaite 31; A. Straughn 17, J. Kirton 17; M. Lowe 2-54). BRC 104 in 29 overs (M. Lowe 20, D. Selman 20; A. Straughn 3-32, C. Scantlebury 2-11, J. Kirton 2-18) and 79-1 (C. Burrowes 27 n.o., A. Gilkes 27 n.o.). Match drawn.
At Friendship: MASSC 158-8 and 120 (R. Shepherd 33, T. Drakes 17, S. Ellis 15, C. Yarde 15, E. Broomes 11 n.o.; Winston Walrond 5-37, J. Brathwaite 2-21). Yorkshire 191 and 88-2 (K. Perry 30 n.o., Ian Hall 30, J. Belgrave 26). Yorkshire won by eight wickets.
At Briar Hall: Windward 195-9 and 116 (D. Sealy 42, N. Atkins 19, D. Jordan 15, G. Marshall 14, A. Straughn 10; Jamal Jordan 6-46, R. Robinson 2-18). Caribbean Lumber Maxwell 230 and 82-5 (O. Eversley 32 n.o., H. Gittens 17 n.o., R. Clarke 16, I. Freeman 12; A. Lythcott 3-28). Maxwell won by five wickets.
At Ellerton: Wanderers 231-6 and 202-5 dec’d (I. Agard 49, T. Sealy 48, D. Greene 41, J. Lewis 33; I. Drakes 3-50). Malvern 212 and 206-8 (Allan Young 63, Luther Wiltshire 60, T. Hinds 32, M. King 21, A. Young 19; J. Clarke 3-48, T. Pitt 2-40, R. King 2-43). Match drawn.

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