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Stephenson Academy on top of competition

Franklyn Stephenson Academy are making a strong bid to take this year’s Inspire Sports Under-13 Cricket competition. They moved their record to 6-0 during the penultimate series of matches yesterday. They are now the only unbeaten team in the tournament and are set to maintain that status when they take on Wanderers Juniors “B” in the final preliminary match

Hans Campbell was in the spotlight again. He led from the front with a polished unbeaten 91 in his team’s 202 all out. In reply, North Stars Juniors could only muster 60, as Renacko Belgrave and Raheem Archer took three wickets each for one and nine runs respectively. The visitors lost by a massive 142 runs.

The best bowling performance of the season came at Polytechnic ground in Wildey, where Signa Wildey Juniors hammered The Mill Wall Saints by 163 runs. Medium-pacer Josh-Daniel Hoyte collected eight for 14 as the visitors were bundled out for a meagre 41. Earlier, Shyon Blenman stroked 65, as Wildey Juniors’ were dismissed for 204 in 34 overs.

At KMV Oval, half-centuries from the consistent pair of brothers Seth Agard 88 not out and Reuben Agard 65 carried Isolation Cavaliers Juniors to 208 for four from their allotted 35 overs. They then took two wickets apiece as BWUCCUL Northern Academy fell for 127.

At King George V Memorial Park, after medium-pacer Rashon Forde claimed five for 14 to dismiss RBC St. Philip Juniors for 91, Matthew Forde smashed an undefeated 63 as title-holders Carlton Juniors easily won by nine wickets inside 13 overs.

Over at neighbouring Bayfield, CounterPoint Wanderers Juniors ‘A’ suffered their first defeat when they went under by 68 runs to home side Co-operators General Insurance St Catherine Juniors. Off-spinner Corey Hoyte picked up five for 12 as Empire Juniors were routed for the day’s lowest total of 35, needing 174 for victory against Fusionz Boutique Passage United at Passage Road.

In a rescheduled match on Saturday, Antonio Morris registered the first century of the season. He made 100 not out in Police Juniors’ 186 against North Stars Juniors who fell for 81 at Crab Hill.

Summarised scores:


At Bank Hall: Fusionz Boutique Passage United 173-9 in 35 overs (R. Worrell 37, R. Clarke 34, Z. Springer 19, C. Hoyte 13, D. Griffith 12; J. Wooding 2-26, D. Gittens 2-26, A. Goodridge 2-29). Empire Juniors 35 in 15 overs (Corey Hoyte 5-12, R. Worrell 3-8, K. Hoyte 2-15). Passage United won by 138 runs.

At Weymouth ‘A’: Dover Juniors 95-9 in 35 overs (L. Depradine 19, N. Goddard 14, R. Bailey 12; I. Folkes 3-13, S. Forde 2-10, A. Morris 2-10). Police Juniors 96-1 in 19.3 overs (C. Scott 36 n.o, S. Belle 15). Police Juniors won by nine wickets.

At Market Hill:CounterPoint Wanderers Juniors ‘B’ 103 in 32.3 overs (K. Grant 17, A. Pilgrim 14 n.o, K.  Lewis 12; D. Graham 3-25, K. Wickham 2-17, R. Harper 2-20, T. Holder 2-30). Mark’s Auto Spares St George Lions 106-9 in 20 overs. (K. Wickham 32; J. Austin 4-28, C. Weatherhead 2-19, A. Ballantyne 2-21). St. George Lions won by one wicket. At Bennetts:  Franklyn Stephenson Academy 202 in 34 overs (Hans Campbell 91 n.o, M. Young 31, D. Richards 20, N. Belle 13; M. Chandler 3-36, K. Hinds 2-20).North Stars Juniors 60 in 22.3 overs (T. Norville 13, M. Chandler 11; R. Belgrave 3-1, R. Archer 3-9, M. Young 2-16). Franklyn Stephenson Academy won by 142 runs.


At King George V Memorial Park: RBC St Philip Juniors 95 in 30.3 overs (M. Alleyne 17; Rashon Forde 5-14). Carlton Juniors 99-1 in 12.4 overs (Matthew Forde 63 n.o, J. Broome 14 n.o, S. Cooper 11). Carlton Juniors won by nine wickets.

At Bayfield: Co-operators General Insurance St. Catherine Juniors 141-7 in 35 overs (D. Norville 43, R. Newton 22, R. Alleyne 17, J. Griffith 19; J. Bethell 2-9, J. Griffin 2-41). Wanderers Juniors ‘A’ 73 in 28 overs (B. Harrison 12, J. Reifer 11; R. Archer 3-8, R. Newton 2-14). St. Catherine Juniors won by 68 runs.

At KMV Oval: Isolation Cavaliers Juniors 208-4 in 35 overs (Seth Agard 82 n.o, Reuben Agard 65; T. Dowrich 2-23). BWUCUUL Northern Cricket Academy127 in 28 overs (R. Simmons 19, S. Clarke 16 R. Paul 17, S. Clarke 16, S. David 12, T. Dowrich 10 n.o; K. Ramsay 2-3, R. Agard 2-6, S. Agard 2-8, T. Riley 2-26). Isolation Cavaliers won by 81 runs.

At Pine/Wildey: Signa Wildey Juniors 204 in 34 overs (Shyon Blenman 65, T. Jordan 27, M. Hoyte 23, L. Worrell 22; K. Jordan 4-27, D. Griffith 2-27, R. Yearwood 3-19). The Mill Wall Saints 41 in 18 overs (Josh-Daniel Hoyte 8-14, A. Watkins 2-4). Wildey Juniors won by 163 runs. Police Juniors 186 in 24.3 overs (Antonio Morris 100 n.o, J. Mayers 10, K. Hinds 3-13). North Stars Juniors 81 in 28.4 overs (M. Chandler 28 n.o; J. Payne-Clarke 14; J. Griffith 3-9, S. Burgess 2-11, A. Morris 2-18, S. Forde 2-27). Police Juniors won by 105 runs. 

Source: (PR)

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