Sion Hill roll over Barrouallie in Masters Cricket
November 5, 2013
Sion Hill roll over Barrouallie in Masters Cricket

Good knocks from Bill Edwards, who struck 76 and Sylvester Vanloo 51, laid the platform for Sion Hill with the bat, to roll over Ruddy’s Electrical Barrouallie last Saturday afternoon at the Buccament Bay Playing Field in the SVG Masters Cricket Competition.{{more}}

Edwards and Vanloo, both former national cricketers, pushed Sion Hill to 172 for 2 from their 20 overs.

Barrouallie made a lame response of 71 all out from 15.3 overs, as Bryan Davis, 3 for 15, and Andrew Bramble, 3 for 27, fast forwarded the process with the ball.

On Sunday, Barrouallie, however, rebounded manfully to defeat former winners of the competition RSVG Police at the same venue.

Barrouallie made 95 all out, then dismissed the lawmen for 75, to win by 19 runs.

Also on Sunday, there were wins for Arnos Vale, LOG Enterprise Kingstown, Computec Belfongo and Stanley Browne’s Stubbs.

Arnos Vale outdid Kirk Da Silva La Croix by nine wickets at the Sion Hill Playing Field. La Croix was shot out for 32 in 12.2 overs; Pat Warner, Milton Browne and Vibert Bute all picked up two wickets apiece.

Arnos Vale replied with 38 for 1 from 8.4 overs; Elvis Charles was 20 not out.

Also at the same venue, defending champions Kingstown beat Joyette’s Auto Slater Development Pastures on a faster scoring rate after rain intervened.

Batting first, Kingstown posted 133 for 2 from 17 overs; Joseph Carrington scored 53 not out and Joseph Medford, 32 not out.

Pastures were 23 for 1 after five overs. Comparatively, Kingstown was 19 for 1 at that same juncture.

Meanwhile, at Park Hill, Belfongo defeated Cato’s Heavy Equipment Glamorgan by seven wickets.

Glamorgan reached 120 for 5 from their 15 overs, as the match was reduced. Clyde Mofford was the lead batsman with 52.

Agustine Burgin hit 52 not out and Elton Williams 27 not out, to shepherd Belfongo to 122 for 3 in 11 overs.

And, home team Stubbs outlasted St Vincent Co-operative Bank P’tani by 20 runs at the Stubbs Playing Field.

Stubbs scored 128 for 2 from their 15 overs; Dawnley Joseph – 39, Leon Samuel – 35 and Christopher Campbell – 21, were the principal scorers.

P’tani’s response stopped at 108 all out in 14.4 overs.

Bowling for Stubbs, Basil Andrews grabbed 4 for 19, Leon Samuel – 2 for 24 and Micah Joseph – 2 for 28. (RT)