MoBay Sixers seek T20 glory

BY PAUL REID Observer writer reidp@jamaicaobserver.com

Thursday, October 31, 2013

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FLORENCE HALL, Trelawny — THE MoBay Sixers will kick-start their quest for honours in the Jamaica Cricket Association's Jamaica Premier League T20 competition on Saturday, when they host Ocho Rios Chargers at the Trelawny Multipurpose stadium.


The game is set to start at 1:30 pm - one of three scheduled on the opening weekend.


Six teams are taking part in the competition which is in its second season. The University Dynamites will start the defence of their title against Mandeville Thunder, and Spanish Town Titans will face Kingston Hurricanes in a double-header at Chedwin Park.


Eight teams had taken part in the competition last year.


Jermaine Blackwood will captain the MoBay Sixers team which includes seamer Dwight Washington,who played a single Test match for the West Indies in 2005, as well as talented youngsters Ramaal Lewis and Nick Blackwood.


MoBay Sixers will also be in action on Sunday when they take on Kingston Hurricanes in the first game of a double-header starting at 9:30 am followed by Ocho Rios Chargers facing University Dynamites.



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