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Win No. 4 for Wanderers

Lindon Yarde

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Counter Point Wanderers made it four straight wins when they handed Ince Transport MTW their fourth defeat in spite of Raymond Kellman’s superb all-round display in the Sagicor Twenty20 Championship yesterday. Wanderers won by 28 runs.
Their opener Shayne Moseley continued his good form as he stroked his third half century with a top score of 74 off 61 balls.
His knock, which contained three fours and a six, laid the foundation for Wanderers’ total of 154 for five. He shared a fifth-wicket partnership of 75 with Jason Green who contributed a run-a-ball 22.
Kellman, who took three for 18 with his medium pace to lead MTW’s bowling, returned to smash a quick fire 72, studded with 10 fours off 50 balls as MTW?were restricted to 126 for eight.
However, a lack of application by his teammates saw MTW continuously lose wickets as Kellman prospered. 
When he was finally caught at third man, the writing was on the wall.
AT CHURCH HILL: Piloted by an attacking maiden century by Davon “Fletcher” Goodman, BRC BCL recorded their first victory by beating winless Caribbean Alliance/Adobah Gardens Foundation by 25 runs in a high-scoring match.
Goodman smashed nine fours and 10 sixes as he raced to 115 off a mere 49 balls while featuring in a record second-wicket partnership of 182 in 13.1 overs with his former Combermere teammate Keon Wiltshire as BCL amassed the second highest total in the competition’s history of 254 for four.
Wiltshire was out for 87, which was laced with eight fours and five sixes off 46 balls while Corey Scantlebury weighed in with 36.
BCL’s total was three runs short of title holders Sagicor UWI’s 257 for three, made against Police on Saturday.
Foundation made a commendable reply, reaching 229 for six in their 20 overs with Joshua Drakes stroking 11 fours in a knock of 83 while coach/player Nhamo Winn hammered six fours and five sixes in a 27-ball knock of 60.
Shomari Davis also contributed 37. Former Foundation schoolboy Darien Seale was BCL’s most successful bowler with three for 41. (EZS)
AT?CANE?GARDEN: Guardian?General General Barbados Youth registered a remarkable victory by defeating the mighty ICBL Empire by 19 runs.
This was the third defeat for Empire and the third win for the Youth.
The schoolboys recovered from 107 for eight to finish with 147 for nine with the last wicket pair of Jafari Toppin, who topscored with 59 from 37 balls, and Chad Williams boosting their total.
Empire were off to a bad start losing two wickets in the second over with the score on nine. Their main batsman, Kevin Stoute, played on to Keon Harding, while Roston Chase also was bowled.
Jason Haynes topscored with 40 until he was needlessly run out.  Fast bowler Harding took three for 26 while fellow new ball partner Tariq Shorey took two wickets. (ANCILLE?INNISS)