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Upper Intermediate/schools scores July 17

marciadottin, marciadottin@nationnews.com

Added 18 July 2010

SCORES on the third day of the third round of matches in the Barbados Cricket Association’s Upper Intermediate Competition yesterday: At Paragon: BDFSP 369-7 dec’d. Valrico Foods Conrad Hunte 78 and 95-9 (E. Watson 30, J Carrington 10; Kemar Stanford 5-29, L. Best 2-17, R. Brathwaite 2-10). BDFSP won by an innings and 196 runs.SCORES on the third day of third round of matches in the Barbados Cricket Association’s Goddard Enterprises Schools’ competition yesterday: At Belleplaine: Alleyne School 125 (A. Haynes 25, J. Dowridge 12, A. Glasgow 10; Z. Lokhat 3-19, C. Hall 3-21, J. Edwards 2-20) and 102 (C. Lowe 24, J. Best 13; Jadeja Edwards 5-28, Z. Lokhat 2-10). KFC Ellerslie 93 (J. Edwards 21, K. Evelyn 15, R. Jordan 15; Akil Rock 6-44) and 95-9 (C. Hall 27 n.o., J. Edwards 19, R. Reid 13, R. Jordan 11; Ashane Haynes 5-11, A. Glasgow 3-27). Match drawn. At Queen’s Street: Harrison College 164 (M. Proverbs 39, A. Greenidge 34, S. Inniss 33, H. Matthews 14, J. Ince 13; K. Jordan 4-32) and 45 (A. Greenidge 14; R. Farley 2-3, T. Stoute 2-6, S. Parris 2-12, K. Jordan 2-18). Alexandra 75 (S. Parris 10, D. Babb 10; J. Hibbert 2-7, H. Matthews 2-15, R. Baird 2-25, M. Norville 2-25) and 35 (T. Alleyne 14; Hayley Matthews 6-15). Harrison College won by 99 runs. At Trents, St James: St James Secondary 168. Coleridge and Parry 64 and 76 (T. Catlyn 33, J. Murray 13, R. Blackman 12; A. Bowen 3-19, B. Boyce 2-16). St James won by an innings and 28 runs.


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