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St Giles cruise into semis

St Giles Primary crushed St Christopher by 100 runs Friday at Briar Hall, Christ Church, to cruise into the semi-finals of the Guardian Group Herman Griffith Primary Schools Cricket Competition.

Batting first, St Giles made 122 for 3 in their 20 overs with Reviere Cottle slamming an unbeaten 64 while Rommel Smith chipped in with 28. Nathan Samuels captured 2 for 22.

St Giles opener Rommel Smith.

St Giles opener Rommel Smith.

In response the Christ Church lads were never in the game and in quick time were bundled out for a paltry 22. Sanchez Reid-Haynes was the wrecker-in-chief snaring 5 for 10 while he got good assistance from Smith (2 for 8) and Sachen Marshall (2 for 2).

Reviere Cottle of St Giles Primary opening the batting.  (Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)

Reviere Cottle of St Giles Primary opening the batting.
(Pictures by Morissa Lindsay)

Today’s quarterfinal game between West Terrace and Reynold Weekes was washed out by rain and will be played next Thursday at Dover, Christ Church. The first semifinal of the tournament will be played the same day between Eden Lodge and Bayley’s at Briar Hall. Both games start at 10 a.m.



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