D’Affairs to have hard fight
June 11, 2004

D’Affairs to have hard fight

Defending champions of the Vinlec North Leeward senior cricket competition D’Affairs will have to fight hard to retain their title.
They went under to Ajuba Two last weekend by seven wickets at Troumaca Bay.{{more}}
Led by a belligerent unbeaten 78 from Kenny Stapleton, Ajuba Two easily wiped off D’Affairs’ total, Ajuba reached 129 for three. They were responding to 127 all out off 24 overs.
D’Affairs were undone by the bowling of Reynold Lampkin who bagged 4 for 23 and Ivan Clarke 3 for 23.
Ajuba Two will be trying this Sunday from 10 a.m at Troumaca Bay to continue their winning path, when they face Mr. Cool Uprising Youths.
Also recording a victory last weekend was Enforcers of Richmond.
Suffering at their hands was Troumaca. In 35 overs Troumaca made 152 all out. Playing at home, Enforcers made light work of the response, reaching 154 losing four wickets in the process.This response was built around Rupert Nash’s 69 not out.
Enforcers will once again be in action this Sunday when they meet Summerset at Troumaca Bay.
Meanwhile,North Leeward Sports Association/St. David suffered a defeat last weekend in the Ju-c First Division of the National Cricket Champioships.
Unique Warriors posted 310 ,with Norland Williams hitting 59. Nick Williams bagged 4 for 60 bowling for North Leeeward ,who were then bowled out for 259. Patrick Glasgow made 74 in a losing cause for North Leeward.