Results: Premier & First Division Cricket

August 16, 2021 | 0 Comments

St. George’s Cricket Club, St. David’s Cricket Club, Somerset Cricket Club, Western Stars, Devonshire Recreation Club, and Cleveland County all recorded victories in this weekend’s Premier & First Division cricket action.

Premier Division

St. George’s Cricket Club won by 58 runs: St. George’s Cricket Club 219/3 Southampton Rangers 161/8

The St. George’s Cricket Club handed the Southampton Rangers their first defeat of the season following their 58 run victory. The St. George’s Cricket Club scored 219/3 in their allotted overs, Allan Douglas II was the top scorer with 102, which came off 67 balls, he hit 5 fours and 9 sixes, Nirobi Mills was the pick of the Southampton Rangers bowlers with figures of 4-0-22-3.

In reply the Southampton Rangers scored 161/8, Alex Dore was the top scorer with 37, while Treadwell Gibbons was the pick of the St. George’s Cricket Club bowlers with figures of 3-0-11-2.

St. David’s Cricket Club won by 52 runs: St. David’s Cricket Club 164/5 Baileys Bay 112/8

St. David’s Cricket Club defeated Baileys Bay by 52 runs, at Lord’s in St. David’s the home team batted first and scored 164/5, Justin Pitcher was the top scorer with a knock of 50 not out, Sancho Smith was the pick of the Bailey’s Bay bowlers returning figures of 4-0-38-3.

In reply Baileys Bay could only manage 112/8, Rodney Trott was the top scorer with 44, while Brian Hall was the pick of the St. David’s Cricket Club bowlers returning figures of 4-0-22-4.

Willow Cuts 143/3 Somerset 31/1

The Somerset Cricket Club picked up a 6 wicket victory over Willow Cuts. Willow Cuts batted first and scored 143/3 in their allotted 20 overs, Kwasi James was the top scorer with 79 not out, James’ runs came off 59 balls, he hit 6 fours and 5 sixes. Alje Richardson was the pick of the Somerset Cricket Club bowlers with figures of 2-0-08-1.

In reply Somerset Cricket Club scored, 144/5, captain Jordan DeSilva and Chris Douglas both scored 38, with DeSilva not out. Kevon Fubler was the pick of the Willow Cuts bowlers with figures of 4-0-28-2.

First Division

Western Stars won by 16 Runs: Western Stars 133/0 Flatt’s Victoria 117/3

Western Stars won this reduced to 14 overs match against Flatt’s Victoria by 16 runs. Batting first, Western Stars scored 133 without loss in their 14 overs, Tre Manders was the top scorer with 72 not out, his runs came off 45 balls, he hit 2 fours and 6 sixes.

In reply Flatt’s Victoria could only manage 117/3, Reggie Baker was the top scorer with 81 not out, his runs came off 47 balls, he hit 3 fours and 9 sixes. Jaiden Manders was the pick of the Western Stars bowlers with figures of 3-0-18-2.

Devonshire Recreation Club won by 28 Runs: Devonshire Recreation Club 130/2 PHC 88/3

Devonshire Recreation Club picked up a 28 run win over PHC in their match that was reduced to 12 overs

Devonshire Recreation Club scored 130/2 in their 12 overs, with Clay Darrell the top scorer with a knock of 64, he scored his runs off 32 balls, hitting 6 fours, and 4 sixes, Drewonde Bascome also added 51 off 35 balls, hitting 2 fours, and 4 sixes. Jayden Symons was the pick of the PHC bowlers with figures of 1-0-21-1.

In reply PHC could only manage 103/4, Davin Dill was the top scorer with a knock of 34, Dion Ball Jr. was the pick of the Devonshire Recreation Club bowlers returning figures of 2-0-21-2.

Cleveland County won by 4 wickets: Somerset Bridge 153/5 Cleveland County 154/6

At the White Hill Field, Cleveland County picked up a 4 wicket victory over the Somerset Bridge.

Batting first Somerset Bridge scored 153/5, Clarence Trott was once again the top scorer with 49 not out, while Jalani Richardson was the pick of the Cleveland County bowlers with figures of 3-0-17-2.

In reply Cleveland County scored 154/6, Makai Young was the top scorer with 54 not out, his runs came off 40 balls, he hit 3 fours and 2 sixes, Noel Woods was the pick of the Somerset Bridge bowlers with figures of 3.4-0-25-3.

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