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Wesley Hall victorious

A classy unbeaten 54 from Corey Hunte led Wesley Hall to a seven-wicket victory over St. Martins Mangrove today at Dover, Christ Church, as the play-off rounds of the Guardian General-sponsored Herman Griffith Primary Schools Cricket Competition got underway

Batting first, St Martins Mangrove made 104 for five in their allotted 25 overs with Joel Williams top-scoring with an unbeaten 39. The promising Rivaldo Clarke took three for 25 and Shaquan Tull, two for 12. Wesley Hall then rushed to victory with Hunte getting good support from Dasani Griffith who made 20.At Bagatelle, St. Thomas, St. Giles defeated Gordon Greenidge by five wickets.

Batting first the St. Peter lads were dismissed for 93 with Shamon O’Garro top-scoring with 19. St. Giles replied with 94 for five with Renaldo Bailey making 22.

And at Friendship, St Michael, St. Bernard’s Primary were beaten by St. Christopher by seven wickets. St Bernard’s took first knock and were dismissed for 58 in 21.2 overs. Tyrelle Trotman snared three wickets for 14 runs, while Jeimar Garner took two for 14. In reply, St. Christopher raced to 61 for three in a mere 10.5 overs. Joshua Austin with 17 and Jaden Thompson with 15 led the batting for the victors. (WG)

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