Part of the action between Peter’s Hall and Agricola
Scotiabank Kiddy cricket…
Agricola, St Ann’s and Providence Primary schools recorded victories when the Scotiabank Kiddy Cricket Festival continued yesterday with action in the Lower East Bank District.
Playing at Thirst Park, Peter’s Hall Primary went down to Agricola by 7 runs. Peter’s Hall batted first and posted 137-6 off their allocation of 10 overs. Seon Wright and Shemar Yearwood were their leading batsmen with 13 and 10 respectively; extras assisted with 18. Devon Clarke and Thaiesha Bishop claimed two wickets each. Agricola replied with 144-4 in 10 overs with extras contributing 24. Anthony Andrews made 7 while Wright returned to take 2 wickets.
St Ann’s defeated Mocha Primary by 28 runs. Mocha took first strike and managed 103-6 in 10 overs. Extras led with 24. Isaacs Jackson and Orande De Souza snared two wickets each for St. Ann’s who responded with 131-6 in 10 overs. Extras made a sterling contribution with 26; John Lakhan and Trevon Narine made 6 apiece, while Ryan Skinner and Alan Empthee captured two wickets each.
Providence got the better of Eccles Primary by 21 runs. Eccles scored 110-7 in 10 overs, batting first, with Sophia Kamakoon scoring 12, Elijah Seymour and Randy Raouf 08 each. Ziphorea Reid and Indira Amardeo grabbed two wickets apiece. Providence posted 131-5 in 10 overs in reply. Asif Khan scored 12 while extras supported with 26; there were two wickets each for Raul Gittens and Kamakoon.
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