Hector takes hat trick to lead Victors One over ASCO
October 8, 2013

Hector takes hat trick to lead Victors One over ASCO

Donwell Hector became the second bowler in as many weeks to claim a hat trick in the National Lotteries Authority Neil Williams Twenty/20 Cricket Competition, following Nigel Small’s feat for Victors Two the previous week.{{more}}

And, the Arnos Vale One Playing Field was once again the venue for the achievement.

Hector, known more for his batting ability, grabbed 3 for 5, to send Carl Joseph Law Chambers ASCO packing for 117 all out from 17.4 overs.

Lending support to Hector was Nickie Antoine, who took 2 for 18, as ASCO went in pursuit of 156.

Desron Maloney, with 51, was ASCO’s lead batsman.

Victors One’s total of 155 for 5 in 18 overs, was built on Atticus Browne’s 74 and Miles Bascombe’s 49.

Bowling for ASCO, Andre Hunte took 2 for 26 and Darius Martin 2 for 32.

At Park Hill also on Saturday, Triumph United Cricket Club, following their stunning dismantling of Saints a week earlier, went on to stop Victors Two by 7 runs.

Triumph United Cricket Club scored 114 for 8 off 17 overs. Roland Wilkinson had 3 for 17 and Joel O’ Garro 2 for 22, bowling for Victors Two, who replied with 107 for 9 from their 17 overs.

Roland Wilkinson, 49, and Kenny Stapleton, 27, could not take their team over the line, as Nigel Small snapped up 3 for 10 and Vangel Small 2 for 23.

Victors Two, however, rebounded on Sunday at Arnos Vale One, downing Police Two by four wickets.

Police Two scored 130 for 6 off 20 overs, propelled by Danson Andrews who stroked 71.

Bowling for Victors Two, Adinal Richards had 2 for 12 and Joel O’Garro 2 for 19.

In reply, Victors Two reached 131 for 6, made in 17.2 overs; Roland Wilkinson, 43, was supported by Denson Hoyte, who hit 35.

Melvin Jack was the most successful bowler for Police Two, with 3 for 18.

And, Team Rivals continued their march as title contenders with a four wicket triumph over Guardian General Saints at Arnos Vale One.

Saints rallied to 104 for 7 in 20 overs; Kenroy Peters led from in front with 33.

Olanzo Jackson, 2 for 14, and Deighton Butler, 2 for 31, starred with the ball for Rivals, who coasted to 105 for 6 from 19 overs. Casmond Walters had 21 and Asif Hooper 20. Ray Charles had 2 for 16 and Kenroy Peters 2 for 17, as Saints suffered another straight defeat.(RT)