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Schools Cricket Scores

gregorybrowne, gregorybrowne@nationnews.com

Added 15 May 2010

SCORES on the first day of first-round matches in the Goddard Enterprises Schools’ Competition yesterday:

At Waterford “B”: Combermere 266 (Leniko Boucher 93, D. Clarke 42, M. Jones 32, N. Mayers 25, D. Jordan 20, T. Drakes 10; J. Farley 4-46, N. Miller 3-53, A. Bowen 2-47) v St James Secondary.

At Crumpton Street “B”: Coleridge and Parry 104 (R. Matthews 3-35, R. Baird 2-39, J. Ince 3-24). Harrison College 55-2 (P. Salt 19 n.o., J. Hibbert 15).

At Husbands: Queen’s College 238-8 (Raymond Bynoe 121, K. Edghill 31, N. Kirton 25 n.o., M. Clarke 17, J. Nicholls 3-29, F. Taylor 3-44) v Princess Margaret 

At the Eyrie: St Leonard’s 193-7 (Javal Hinds 64 n.o., Akeem Springer 55, A. Murray 11, R. Alleyne 17; M. Howard 4-37, S. Clarke 2-30) v Deighton Griffith. 

At Blackmans: Grantley Adams Memorial 109 (Mckhial Austin 56, D. Foster 19; T. Williams 3-25, J. Harewood 3-29, J. Toppin 2-14) and 4-1. Garrison Secondary 82 (Jamal Harewood 53; Shaquan Brathwaite 5-19, M. Austin 4-25).


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