St Mary's Prep, Cambridge win Scotiabank St James U-13, Raheem Reynolds scores competition's first 100 in years

Thursday, June 14, 2018

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ORANGE, St James — Cambridge Primary and St Mary's Prep were crowned champions of the Scotiabank St James Primary and Prep s chools c ricket competition on Monday, after beating Catherine Hall Primary and St James Prep in their respective final matches.

At Orange, Raheem Reynolds starred with both bat and ball, as he hit an unbeaten century and took five wickets to lead Cambridge to a 143 runs win over Catherine Hall, while at Green Pond High, St Mary's Prep beat St James Prep by 45 runs.

The 12- year-old Reynolds scored the first century in the competition in St James in many years, when he hit 13 fours and a six on his way to 101 not out, as Cambridge Primary amassed 214-6 after they were sent in to bat by Catherine Hall Primary.

Yreheh Jones made 32 and Kawayne Laird 24 for Cambridge.

Reynolds then came back with the ball to take five wickets for 15 runs to restrict Catherine Hall to 71 all out in 20.3 overs.

Davian Richards assisted Reynolds, as he took three wickets.

At Green Pond, St Mary's Prep lost the toss and were asked to bat first, and made 100 for nine in 20 overs, before restricting St James Prep to 55 all out in 19.5 overs.

Jazade Samuels hit four boundaries in his top score of 30 for St Mary Prep, while Roderick Wiggan chipped in with 18 against Tyrell Dunkley and Donovan Ricketts, who took two wickets each.

In reply, St James Prep were skittled out for 55, as only Raul Hill, with 10, got into double figures against Keanu Cameron's three wickets for four runs off two overs and Shamart Roach, who took two wickets for four runs.

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