Dead Heat for RBTT Premier Division Cricket title
June 11, 2010
Dead Heat for RBTT Premier Division Cricket title

There could be another sharing of the title of RBTT Premier Division of the national Cricket competition.

In the running are one of last year’s joint champions, OLA Radcliffe and MVC Rivals. Radcliffe finished with 96 points and Rivals needs full points against Police Two to share the spoils.{{more}}

OLA Boutique Radcliffe finished their quota of matches last weekend with an outright win over Police Two at Stubbs

Police Two was dismissed for 126. Mc Leon Williams made 70. Andy Harper took 7 for 25.

Radcliffe in reply scored 265 for 8 declared. Lindon James, 68, Osni Billingy, 56, and Drumo Toney, 30. Oneil Thomas took 3 for 52 and Mohammed Lavia, 2 for 59.

Batting a second time, Police Two made 150. Oneil Thomas scored 49. Dyke Cato snared 4 for 48, Mahlon John, 3 for 24, an Andy Harper, 3 for 44.

Radcliffe made the 12 runs needed for the loss of no wickets, to win by 10 wickets.

At Arnos Vale One, Victors One gained first innings from the News Spartans.

Victors One declared at 258 for 9. Alston Bobb hit 56, Donson Andrews, 45, and Shaquille Browne, 32 not out. Teron Simon, 6 for 106. Spartans responded with 140. Krishna Da Silva, 31. Bobb, 5 for 30, Norlan Williams, 2 for 11, Shaquille Browne, 2 for 28.

Batting a second time , Spartans was 113 for 5. Nixon Mc Lean, 31 not out, Gidron Pope, 31. Atticus Browne, 4 for 30.

Victors Two gained first innings from Packers United. Victors Two, 267 for 4 declared. Former St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Windwards Under-19 captain, Lauron Francois, struck 109 not out. The left hander who is at the University of Trinidad and Tobago’s innings included 11 fours and 3 sixes. Kishore Shallow, 84. Ray Charles, 2 for 67. Packers 110. Mc Neil Morgan, 66. Javid Harry, 2 for 15, Ray Jordan, 2 for 25, Renaldo Coombs, 2 for 31.

Batting a second time, Packer was 152 for 6. Kamal Williams, 44, Morgan, 38 not out. Javid Harry, 2 for 8, and Kevin Abraham, 2 for 18.