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Wanderers, Academy lead U-13 standings

Barbados Cricket Supplies (BCS) Under-13 Competition had its second century- maker during the fifth round of matches on Sunday.

Playing at Bayfield, Nimar Bolden compiled a splendid unbeaten 104, as Co-Operators General Insurance St. Catherine Juniors hammered Mark’s Auto Spares St. George Lions by 176 runs.

The left-handed, Bolden struck ten fours and two sixes as his side amassed 235 for four from the allotted 35 overs and gained five maximum batting points.  They then bundled out the visitors for a paltry 59, to also earn five maximum bowling points and 16 full match points.

In the feature game, Franklyn Stephenson Academy sustained their unblemished record, when champions WOW! Displays/ Fusionz Boutique Juniors suffered a rare second straight defeat. At Bennetts, needing 180 to win, Fusionz Boutique Juniors were restricted to 151 for nine and went under by 28 runs. Earlier, the inform Jacob Bethell followed up his undefeated 101 in the previous series with a fine 71.

Over at Foursquare Oval, CounterPoint Wanderers Juniors remained unbeaten and at the top of zone ‘B’ with an emphatic ten-wicket victory over Pickwick Juniors.

Royal Bank of Canada St. Philip Juniors raced to their fourth win in a row, cruising to an easy nine-wicket victory over winless Empire Juniors at Bank Hall.

Isolation Cavaliers Juniors, led by five for 17 from Vince Vaughan, crushed Barbados Workers Union Co-operative Credit Union (BWUCCU) Northern Academy, who are still searching for a victory, by ten-wickets at KMV Oval.

Last year’s losing finalists Police Juniors made light work of a target of 68, getting home with eight-wickets and 21.2 overs to spare against YMPC Juniors at Weymouth. (PR)

Tor Burrowes of Counterpoint Wanderers pulls during his knock of 21 not out against Pickwick juniors in the Barbados Cricket Supplies under-13 competition. (Picture by Morissa Lindsay)

Tor Burrowes of Counterpoint Wanderers pulls during his knock of 21 not out against Pickwick juniors in the Barbados Cricket Supplies under-13 competition. (Picture by Morissa Lindsay)

Summarised scores.


At Crab Hill: Dover Juniors 55 in (17.2 overs) (Dominic Brathwaite 12; Jevonte Payne-Clarke 4-14, Micah Chandler 2-11, Shomario Depeiza 2-24).

North Stars Juniors 56-2 in (8.4 overs) (Gevonte Depeiza 20). North Stars Juniors won by eight wickets.

At Bank Hall: Empire Juniors 95-9 in (35 overs) (Hakeem Perryman 15; Antonio Simmons 3-14, Micah Stuart 2-7). RBC St. Philip Juniors 96-1 (16.5 overs) (Jamario St. Hill 38 n.o, Romario Roach 36 n.o). St. Philip Juniors by nine wickets.

At Bennetts: Franklyn Stephenson Academy 179-9 in (35 overs) (Jacob Bethell 73, Renacko Belgrave 25, Jaden Roberts 19, Malik Young 15, Jaden Leacock 11; Rivaldo Clarke 4-21, Edwin Barnett 2-23, Macaiah Simmons 2-49). WOW! Displays/ FusionzBoutique Juniors 151-9 in (35 overs) (Kobie Hoyte 29 n.o, Thierry Walcott 17, Rivaldo Clarke 16, Jhadai Belle 15; Renacko Belgrave 3-20, Che Simmons 3-33, Devon Stephenson 2-8). Franklyn Stephenson Academy won by 28 runs.

At Lords: BWUCCU Northern Academy 95-9 in (35 overs) (Shomar David 16, Jayasuriya Gibson 12; Venice Vaughn 5-17, Tremaine Dowrich 2-11). Isolation Cavaliers Juniors 97-0 in (19.1 overs) (Reuben Agard 31, Depedro Jordan 28). Isolation Cavaliers Juniors won by ten wickets.


At Foursquare Oval:  Pickwick Juniors 61 in (22.1 overs) (Alex Pilgrim 4-34, Jabari Hunte 2-2, Trevino Alleyne 2-8).CounterPoint Wanderers Juniors 62-0 in (12.4 overs) (Tor Burrowes 21 n.o, Tariq O’Neale 16 n.o). Wanderers Juniors won by ten wickets.

 At Weymouth ‘A’: YMPC Juniors 67 in (23.3 overs) (Kogi Clifford 17; Ethan Welch 4-20, Jeff Mayers 2-12). Police 68-2 in (13.4 overs) (Jeff Mayers 20 n.o, Ethan Welch 14). Police Juniors won by eight wickets.

At Desmond Haynes Oval: Carlton Juniors 143-9 in (35 overs) (Christian Haynes 31, Kai Patrick 26 n.o, Rashad Worrell 17; Joshua Dorne 2-21, Koby Waithe 2-26, Jaden Merritt 2-33). Signia Wildey Juniors 145-6 in (33.4 overs) (Shyon Blenman 36, Ajani Watkins 21 not out, Nathan Forde 2-19). Wildey Juniors won by four wickets.

At Bayfield:  St. Catherine Juniors 235-4 in (35 overs) (Nimar Bolden 104 n.o (, Rashawn Ramsey 42, Jaden Small 22 not out, Azari Best 19; Shakeel Green 2-45). Mark’s Auto Spares St. George Lions 59 in (20 overs) (Shakeel Green 10; Shamar Belle 4-12, Tre Jordan 3-12, Dario Savoury 2-10). St. Catherine won by 176 runs.

 Standings after Series 5:

Zone A: Franklyn Stephenson Academy 62, Isolation Cavaliers Juniors 58, St. Philip Juniors 55, Fusionz Boutique Juniors 49, North Stars Juniors 42, Dover Juniors 17, Empire Juniors 11, Northern Cricket Academy 6.

Zone B: Wanderers Juniors 63, St. Catherine Juniors 59, Wildey Juniors 45, Police Juniors 29, Carlton Juniors 28, St. George Lions 27, Pickwick Juniors 19, YMPC Juniors 17.

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