North Leeward cricket ends
October 1, 2004
North Leeward cricket ends

A North Leeward XI, powered by a hard hitting unbeaten 81 by Kenny Stapleton, beat a representative Vinlec squad by six wickets in a friendly hardball cricket match last Sunday. That was part of the grand finale to the Vinlec Senior North Leeward 2004 cricket season.

Stapleton’s knock steered his team to 165 for 4 off 17 overs. {{more}}

This was in reply to Vinlecs’s 162 for 8 off 25 overs.

Dale Michael 64; Anthony Lee 32 and former Windwards wicket keeper/batsman Uzzah Pope 21 were the principal scorers for Vinlec.

Calrick Ferdinand 2 for 8, Vaughn Browne and Christopher St. Hill both 2 for 28 were among the wicket takers for North Leeward.

Rafique Nash 2 for 37 was the most successful bowler for Vinlec.

In other action to bring the curtains down on the 2004 cricket tournament, Somerset clinched the six-a-side competition.

Somerset, also from the village of Fitz Hughes as does, D’Affaires, 64 for 3 off 5 overs, beat D’Affaires by five runs.

D’Affaires scored 59 for 3 off 5 overs.

Individuals and teams were also rewarded for their efforts during the tournament.

The Most valuable Player award went to champion team D’Affaires’s captain, Alex Bowens. He received the Lennox John trophy for his performance. Bowens was one of four century makers.

Orlando Charles, 273, had the most runs, compiled in three innings. He was also among the century makers for his 138 against Troumaca.

William Edwards, and Orville Franklyn, were the other batsmen beyond three figures.

Orland Hooper with 15 scalps had the most wickets.

Fenton Granderson was adjudged Most Outstanding Wicketkeeper

The events were part of the North Leeward Sports Association organised package.