Youth impress

Opener Jared Lovell cracked the second century of the tournament, and left-arm spinner Mario Blackman picked up a six-wicket haul, in the second series of matches in the Inspire Sports/National Sports Council under-13 competition over the weekend.

Lovell’s 101 came off 93 balls and contained 14 fours, as CounterPoint Wanderers Juniors piled up 217 for six from 32 overs at Dayrells Road. Shaquon Waldron was the main wicket-taker with four for 51. Wanderers Juniors then dismissed Mark’s Auto Spares Market Hill Young Blazers for 107 to win by 110 runs. Leg-spinner Maxwell Lewis claimed four for seven.

At Weymouth, Blackman picked up six for 25 to dismiss Northern Academy for 117 but he came out on the losing side when Seven Seas Police fell for 69. Darrell Hunte did the damage with four for 12.

At Passage Road, Fusionz Boutique Passage United’s 231 for four was centered around a magnificent unbeaten 84 from Shakkae Marshall and an aggressive 71 by captain Micah Thornhill. They shared a third-wicket partnership of 160. In reply, Banks Juniors were limited to 116 for nine.

Nyeem Young and Kadeem Alleyne starred with bat and ball, as champions Dover Juniors defeated Isolation Cavaliers Juniors by 194 runs at Dover. Young lashed 87 and Alleyne struck 65 as Dover Juniors rattled up 260 for eight from thier 35 overs. Afterwards, the duo captured three wickets each for 14 and 20 respectively as the visitors were bowled out for 66 in 19.1 overs.

Summarised scores:


At Passage Road: Fusionz Boutique Passage United 231-4 in (35 overs) (Shakkae Marshall 84 n.o, Micah Thornhill 71, R. Clarke 20; J. Forde-Watson 2-42). Banks Juniors 116-9 in (35 overs) (L. Cherry 25, K. Worrell 15, J. Forde-Watson 12, J. Corbin 11, K. Gilkes 11; S. Marshall 2-8, T. Marshall 2-20). Passage United won by 115 runs.

At Beckles Road: St Philip Juniors 210-4 in (35 overs) (Kasan Stoute 71, S. Brathwaite 39, J. Jordan 37, D. Scott 23 n.o). YMPC Juniors 85 in (26 overs) (A. Alleyne 29, S. Persaud 17; S. Brahwaite 3-15; D. Willings 2-15). St. Philip Juniors won by 125 runs.

At Desmond Haynes Oval: Ellerton Juniors 94 in (31 overs () (S. Collymore 20; Z. Clarke 3-10, T. Lashley 3-15, J. Gooding 3-28). TeleBarbados Carlton Juniors 95-7 in21.1 overs) (T. Lashley 21, K. Connell 15; J. Douglin 14 n.o, J. Broomes 10 n.o; R. Brewster 3-24, W. Springer 2-21). Carlton Juniors won by three wickets.

At Bank Hall: ICBL Empire Juniors won by default from Al Falah Juniors who failed to field a team.


At Dayrells Road: Counterpoint Wanderers Juniors 217-6 in (32 overs) (Jared Lovell 101 (93 balls, 14×4), N. Reifer 24, R. Williams 18 n.o; S. Waldron 4-51). Mark’s Auto Spares Market Hill Young Blazers 107 in (31.4 overs) (J. Lowman 16, S. Boyce 11, S. Waldron 10; M. Lewis 4-7, A. Manning-Merritt 2-8). Wanderers Juniors won by 110 runs.

At Dover: Dover Juniors 260-8 in (35 overs) (Nyeem Young 87, Kadeem Alleyne 65, C. Boyce 20, N. Bishop 19; A. Ince 3-39, S. Mayers 2-27). .Isolation CavaliersJuniors 66 in (19.1 overs) (J. Baptiste 20, K. Justin 15; Nyeem Young 3-14, K. Alleyne 3-20, O. Callender 2-21). Dover Juniors won by 194 runs

At Weymouth’A’: Northern Academy Juniors 117 in (31.4 overs) (O. Forde 20, R. Alleyne 19, S. Forde 12; Mario Blackman 6-25).Police Juniors 69 in (31.1 overs) (D. Hunte 4-12, S. Forde 2-10, D. Boyce 2-14). Northern Academy won by 48 runs.

At Lowlands: Lords Juniors 94 in (30 overs) (K. Griffith 21, R. Paul 12 n.o; N. Patrick 3-15; S. King 2-8, T. Robinson 2-21). North Stars Juniors 95-3 in (15.2 overs) (D. Griffith 28, S. King 27). North Stars Juniors won by seven wickets.

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