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Grazettes Primary’s Jamali Greenidge plays studiously forward but his team would soon be swept away by St. Stephen’s.

Defending champions Bayley’s Primary made an emphatic statement today in their first match of the Herman Griffith Primary Schools Cricket Competition, slamming 262 for 3 in 25 overs, and then bowling out St. Marks for 38 runs to win by 224 runs at their Bayley’s home ground.

Leading the batting onslaught for the winners was Romari Alleyne who blitzed 105 as he sent the ball to all parts of the field in an amazing display. Alleyne got assistance from Aaron Lorde (37), Jonathan Griffith (32) and Latrell Greenidge (27).

A deflated St. Marks never got going and with Asa Hutchinson capturing 4 for 11 and Ramar Newton 4 for 6, it was a steady procession to and from the pavilion as the hosts won very easily. Only Diallo Blades with 10 reached double figures.

St. Stephen’s rebounded from last Friday’s loss to Wesley Hall to defeat Grazettes Primary by 75 runs at Passage Road, St. Michael.

Batting first, St. Stephen’s made 116 all out with Baggio Worrell making 21 and then they routed Grazettes for 41 with Shaquan Henry getting a wicket in his first over to start the problems for Grazettes. The victory gave St. Stephen’s their second win in two matches. It was Grazettes’ first loss having beaten St. Giles last week.

In other matches: At Dover Luther Thorne (62 without loss) defeated Will’s Primary (60 all out) by 10 wickets. Luther Thorne’s Amari Goodridge had figures of 5 for 5. At Boscobelle, Boscobelle (122 for 6) beat Ignatius Byer (100 all out) by 22 runs. At Desmond Haynes, West Terrace (217 for 5) defeated Deacons (30 all out) by 187 runs. West Terrace’s Josiah Headley smashed 79 and Roshawn Forde took 5 for 9. At Briar Hall, St. Winifred’s (36 for 6) beat Vauxhall (34 all out) by four wickets. At Gordon Greenidge, Gordon Greenidge (38 for 3) defeated Roland Edwards (37 all out) by seven wickets. Gordon Greenidge’s Darian Ward claimed 5 for 8. At Eden Lodge, Eden Lodge (178 for 8) defeated Welches (49 all out) by 129 runs. Eden Lodge’s Kemar Jordan scored 50 and returned with the ball to take 7 for 7.

At Blenheim A, Wesley Hall (110 all out) won over St Giles (41 all out) by 69 runs. At Friendship, Good Shepherd (110 for 9) beat St. Matthew’s (97 all out) by 14 runs. Good Shepherd’s Deshawn Prince nabbed 5 for 20. At Bayville, St. Christopher (15 without loss) beat St. Gabriel’s (14 all out) by 10 wickets. At Conrad Hunte, Hillaby Turner’s Hall (70 for 6) beat Chalky Mount (67 all out) by four wickets. At Orange Hill, St Silas (86 all out) defeated St. Joseph (84 all out) by two runs. At Wotton, Milton Lynch (53 for one) defeated Bay Primary (47 all out) by nine wickets. At All Saints, All Saints (89 for 8) beat St Lucy (88 all out) by two runs. At Blenheim ‘B’, Charles F Broome (68 for two) beat People’s Cathedral (64 for 5) by eight wickets. (WG)

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