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Academy beat Passage United

Three-time champions defeated in U13 competition

Franklyn Stephenson’s Academy came away with a hard-fought five-wicket win over Fusionz Boutique Passage United as the Inspire Sports Under-13 cricket competition continued yesterday.

In the top-of-the-table clash of the two previously unbeaten teams in zone “A”, three-time champions Fusionz Boutiqe Passage United were bundled out for a modest 56 in 17 overs after being invited to bat.

The surprise package for Franklyn Stephenson’ s Academy was medium-pacer Raheem Archer with four for 18.  The West Terrace Primary student is better known for his batting exploits having made a splendid unbeaten 104 in last year’s final against Charles F. Broome Primary. He became the first person in the history of the tournament to achieve that feat. Archer was ably assisted by Renacko Belgrave three for three and Hans Campbell two for 22.

In reply, the visitors slipped to 39 for five at the lunch, after Passage United were all out well within the first session. Campbell the only player to reach doubles figures in the match with an undefeated 11 and Belgrave (seven not out) added the vital 18 runs needed as they won with 79 balls left.

At Bank Hall, CounterPoint Wanderers Juniors ‘B’ recorded their first victory in grand style.  They made a mammoth 240 for one from their allotted 35 overs, the highest total of the season so far.  It was built around an enterprising second-wicket stand of 228 between Kyle Lewis with an undefeated 97 and Kurt Lambert 78 not out.  Lewis faced 94 balls striking 14 fours, while Lambert hit eight fours from 109 deliveries.

Ten year-old, left-arm spinner Aaron Ballantyne claimed five for 23 from his seven overs as Empire Juniors were dismissed for 143 and Wanderers Juniors ‘B’ had an impressive 97-run win.

At Weymouth, tall, off-spinner Cody Scott bowled with good flight and control to grab five for 12, as Police Juniors clinched an important victory against St. George Lions who were bowled out for 91 needing 128 to win.

Summarised scores:


At Crab Hill: Dover Juniors 146 in 28.3 overs (Renaldo Bailey 65, L. Depradine 10; M. Chandler 4-21, G. Depeiza 3-23). North Stars Juniors 111 in 28.4 overs (G. Depeiza 15, T. Norville 14, M. Chandler 10; R. Bailey 3-29, L. Depradine 2-14). Dover Juniors won by 35 runs.


At Bank Hall: CounterPoint Wanderers Juniors ‘B’ 240-1 in 35 overs (Kyle Lewis 97 n.o, Kurt Lambert 78 n.o).Empire Juniors 143 in 29.2 overs (C. Taylor 29, J. Greenidge 20, A. Goodridge 14, R. Greenidge 12, Aaron Ballantyne 5-23, K. Lewis 2-7, B. Walters 2-21). Wanderers Juniors ‘B’ won by 97 runs.


At Passage Rd: Fusionz Boutique Passage United 56 in 17 overs (R. Archer 4-18, R. Belgrave 3-3, H. Campbell 2-22).Franklyn Stephenson’s Academy 58-5 in 21.5 overs) (H. Campbell 11 n.o). Franklyn Stephenson’s Academy won by five wickets.

At Weymouth ‘A: Police Juniors  127-7 in 35 overs (S. Belle 25, A. Morris 21; R. Harper 3-24, O. Bushay 2-26). St. George Lions 91 in 34.2 overs (K. Wickham 25, O. Bushay 12, R. Harper 11; Cody Scott 5-12, J. Griffith 2-13). Police Juniors won by 36 runs.


At Dayrells Road: CounterPoint Wanderers Juniors ‘A’ v The Mill Wall SaintsNB: Match to be replayed.

At King George V Memorial Park: BWUCCUL Northern Cricket Academy 108 in 32.1overs (D. Loudat 23, D. Lavine 19 n.o; I. Babb 19; J. Hunte 2-17, A. Simmons 2-18). RBC St. Philip Juniors 90 in 32.2 overs (M. Stuart 12, M. Alleyne 12; D. Loudat 2-4, S. Parris 2-5, A. Singh 2-11, R. Paul 2-19). Northern Academy won by 18 runs.

At Pine/Wildey: Carlton Juniors 195-8 in 35 overs (K. Rollins 49, R. Armstrong 35, N. Austin 34, S. Cooper 32; A. Watkins 4-47, J. Hoyte 2-39). Signa Wildey Juniors124-8 in 35 overs (M. Hoyte 42, K. Waithe 25, A. Watkins 14; N. Forde 4-17). Carlton Juniors won by 71 runs.


At Bayfield: Co-operators General Insurance St. Catherine’s Juniors 115-8 in 31 overs. (N. Bolden 45, J. Griffith 13, N. Moore 2-13, K. Ramsey 3-22). IsolationCavaliers Juniors 85 in 27 overs (R. Agard 43, R. Haynes 13; J. Griffith 4-26, R. Newton 3-18, T. Edwards 2-20).  St. Catherine Juniors won by 30 runs.  (PR).


Points Standings (After Series 5)

Zone A: Franklyn Stephenson Academy 30, Passage United 24, Dover Juniors 18, Police Juniors 12 (4), Empire Juniors 12, North Stars Juniors 6 (4), Wanderers Juniors ‘B’ 6, St. George Lions 6. NB: North Stars Juniors v Police Juniors Series 1 match to be replayed;

Zone B: St. Catherine Juniors 24, Wanderers Juniors ‘A’ 24 (4), Carlton Juniors 24, Isolation Cavaliers Juniors 12, St. Philip Juniors 12, Northern Cricket Academy 12, Wildey Juniors 6, The Mill Wall Saints 0 (4). NB: CounterPoint Wanderers ‘A’ Series 5 match to be replayed.


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