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Braeton in one-wicket win over GC Foster College

Ruddy Allen

Sunday, December 29, 2013    

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A good all-round team performance saw Braeton Red Caps defeat GC Foster College by one wicket during their Zone A encounter at Portsmouth in the 2013 Wray & Nephew/Portmore Cricket Association Club T/20 Championships last week Sunday to hand the latter their first defeat in five matches.

Scores: GC Foster (121-7 from 20 overs); Braeton Red Caps (125-9 from 20 0vers).

Batting first on a slow pitch, GC Foster posted 121-7 from their allotted 20 overs, and Wayne Davis led the way with a top-score of 31 from 21 deliveries. His knock included three fours and a lone six, Stephen Palmer added a patient 19 from 24 balls, while Kanaya Barrett blasted 12 not out from eight balls which contained two boundaries to ensure their team posted a reasonable total.

Keron Davis was Braeton's best bowler with 2-17 from his fours overs.

In reply, Braeton Red Caps got off to a flying start with a half-century-opening partnership as Philip Pinnock led the chase with a superb knock of 36 from 32 balls. He smashed five fours and a six before his partner, Kemar Mussington, was bowled for 13 (14) at 1-53. Braeton were in a bit of trouble when they lost their next five wickets for just 24 runs, but Marlon Campbell 17 (27) then steadied the chase a bit.

Needing three runs to win from the last over, Braeton gathered up two runs off five balls before Christopher Smith smashed the last delivery for a boundary to formalised the victory against Odane Vassell 2-10, Gavin Wallace 2-16 and Shawn Headlam 2-27.

In the second game at the venue, Waterford CC continued their unbeaten run with a comprehensive 130-run win over the winless Passagefort. Batting first, Waterford CC amassed 185-2 from their allotted 20 overs, which saw Richard Allen and Horace Miller putting on the highest second-wicket partnership so far in the tournament of 168 runs after Richard Johnson was bowled for 8 at 1-11.

Allen, hitting his second half-century in the competition, scored 79 from just 63 deliveries with seven fours and two sixes, while Miller top-scored with 82 not out. Miller's knock included seven fours and three sixes from a mere 50 balls to carry the score to 179-2. Roland Henry was the other batsman not out on zero.

Raymond Hart and Vivian Stapleton took one wicket each — 1-34 and 1-31, respectively, for Passagefort.

In reply, Paul Harrison (4-14-3) and Zamar Sinclair (12-7-3) then helped Waterford CC to bowl out Passagefort for 55 from 12.2 overs. Anthony Richards was the only batsman that provided some resistance with 21 (20).

Scores: Waterford CC (185-2 from 20 overs); Passagefort (55 all out from 12.2 overs)

Meanwhile, in other Zone A matches at Bridgeport two Saturdays ago, Hamilton Gardens defeated Reid's Pen by seven wickets.

Scores: Reid's Pen 164-9 from 20 overs (Lorenzo James 48, Quennul McKinson 4-17); Hamilton Gardens 165-3 from 17.4 overs (Erron Downer 86, Oshane Mills 55, Robert Herron 2-22).

Also at the same venue, Portmore Pines CC held on for a 12-run victory over Greater Portmore.

Scores: Portmore Pines 135-9 from 20 overs (Damion Bryce 39, Morris Wheatly 3-23, Oneil Wright 3-17); Greater Portmore 123-6 from 20 overs (Gerald Laing 29, Andre Bryce 3-6).

In Zone B at Bridgeport, Colour's International defeated Belmont CC by two wickets in a super over after both team were tie after their innings.

Scores: Colour's International 105-all out from 16.5 overs and 3-0 from 0.3 overs (Romeo Parker 20, Damion Jacobs 5-18); Belmont CC 105-all out from 19.2 overs and 2-2 from 0.4 overs (Andre Henry 22, Malcolm Bryan 4-22, Romeo Duncan 4-22).

At the same venue, Silver Stone defeated Gregory Park CC by 118 runs.

Scores: Sliver Stone 180-4 from 20 overs (Kenroy Williams 64, Orville Hewitt 2-40); Gregory Park CC 69-9 from 13.3 overs (Jason Findlay 10, Kenroy Williams 4-9).

In other Zone B matches at GC Foster College, Ken's Wildflower bounced back from their defeat last week to beat Washington CC by five wickets.

Scores: Washington CC 98-all out from 19.2 overs (Tareque White 45, Oshane Wilson 5-13); Ken's Wildflower 99-5 from 13.3 overs (Ravmon Powell 51, Chris Gayle 2-37).

In the second game at the same venue, Bridgeview defeated Portsmouth by six wickets.

Scores: Portsmouth 100-9 from 18.4 overs (Anthony Wadsworth 28, Coi Thompson 3-18); Bridgeview 101-4 from 16.4 overs (Shacoya Thomas 47, Anthony Wadsworth 1-20)

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