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HC start with win over QC

Harrison College got off to a winning start against Queen’s College in the Sir Garfield Sobers Schools Cricket Tournament thanks to a solid unbeaten 48 from opener Brandon Sealy at Friendship, St Michael today.

The Crumpton Street-based institution won the toss and sent Queen’s College in to bat when the two sides met today. Queen’s College tallied 115 all out in 32.1 overs and in response Harrison College made light work of the target with 116 for two in 21.1 overs to win by eight wickets in the 40 overs per side encounter.

Brandon Sealy of Harrison College top scored with 48. (Picture by Morissa Lindsay)

Brandon Sealy of Harrison College top scored with 48. (Picture by Morissa Lindsay)

Zachary Nowell took three for 28 from eight overs and Zion Hill had three for 17 off five to do the most damage for Harrison College who did well to restrict Queen’s College. Zaire Griffith made 28, all-rounder Marc Cyrus made 12, and there were scores of 11 and 10 from Javier Waterman and Joshua Burton respectively.

Harrison College’s number three Jonlhi Jordan contributed 33 while opener Tre Mason ended with ten.

Matthew Clarke was the most economical bowler for Queen’s College with one wicket for six runs off two overs. Meanwhile Cyrus also claimed one wicket with his off-spin bowling for 30 runs off eight overs.

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