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It’s Rendezvous


WAYNE HOLDER

It’s Rendezvous

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RENDEZVOUS MADE THEIR first trip to the final of the Barbados Cricket League’s C.O. Williams/Mitchie Hewitt champion-of-champions a winning one, coasting to an eight-wicket win over Bathsheba yesterday.

Left-arm spinner Nkosi Ross condemned the well-supported St Joseph-based Bathsheba to an inadequate 90 all out after they were asked to bat by the finals debutants with the contest being reduced to 28 overs a side due to a delayed start.

It then took just 8.5 overs for the youthful Christ Church outfit to polish off the meagre target and crown themselves in glory before a buoyant Sunday afternoon crowd at Lears.

Ross, an invitee to the limited-overs trials for the Barbados Pride prior to this season’s regional Super50 competition, proved almost unplayable on a slightly impaired pitch which had been exposed to showers before the start and also after eight overs of the first innings. (WH)

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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