May 6, 2011
Top guns fire in CADO T/20

High flyers, Police, Glen United One, CGM Novice and Pine Hill Dairy Flyers chalked-up victories in the Calliaqua Area Development Organization Twenty/20 Cricket Competition at the Calliaqua Playing Field on the weekend.{{more}}

Police beat Glen United Two by eight wickets in their first of back-to-back matches on Saturday.

Glen United Two batted first and posted 107 from their 20 overs, with Jimmy Pierre top scoring with 33 and Brian Hull supporting with 23. Rolando Wright grabbed two for 22, bowling for the lawmen.

RSVG Police then raced to 108 for two in 11-overs. Salvan Browne struck 64 not out.

Then, Police defeated Y.D Lima Hot Spurs, also by eight wickets.

Batting first Hot Spurs were bundled out for 66 in 14.5overs.

Renford Jack took 2 for 2 and Malcolm Alexander, 2 for 15.

Chasing 67 to win, Police reached 68 for 2. Salvan Browne was among the runs again top scoring with 31. Gosnel Toney took the both wickets for an economical 11 runs.

On Sunday, Glen United One beat SG De Freitas by a whopping 106 runs. Glen United One posted 165 for 5 in a match reduced to 15 overs. Michael Duncan top scored with 31, Dominic Stowe hit 30, Maxi Hackshaw, 27, and Elvis Woods added 25.

SG De Freitas limped to 49 for 6, when their 15 overs ran out. Ronaldo Coombs took 2 for 1.

Also on Sunday, CGM Novice beat Mac’s Little Saints by 78 runs. Novice piled up 146 for 6 from their allotted 20 overs, with Dean Farrell making 36, Kentish Phillips lashed 28 and Rondell Dowers hit 22. Amos Clarke bagged 4 for 20.

In reply, Mac’s Little Saints were dismissed for 68.

Harry Williams took 2 for 3, Everton Durrant, 2 for 4, Desmond Bramble, 2 for 10, and Trevor Bute, 2 for 17, were the wicket takers for Novice.

And, Pine Hill Dairy Flyers had a 96 runs victory over Dr. Thomas Injectors in the final game of the day.

Flyers batted first and chalked up 156 for 7 from their allocation of 20 overs. Nicolas Baptiste hit 54 and Roger Gibson contributed 31. Augustine Corridon and Damian Allen both took 2 for 20.

Dr. Thomas Injectors replied with 60, falling short by three players. Play will continue this weekend at the same venue with another round of matches.