Kingstown make it three in a row in Masters Cricket
November 26, 2013

Kingstown make it three in a row in Masters Cricket

LOG Enterprises Kingstown made it three in a row, when they took possessory title of the SVG Masters Cricket Competition last Sunday at the Arnos Vale One Playing Field.{{more}}

Kingstown, who came into the game as favourites against another former winner, RSVG Police, restricted the lawmen to 131 for 6 from their 20 overs.

Former St Vincent and the Grenadines and Windwards batsman Gosnel Cupid smashed 70.

Colin Shoy took 2 wickets for 21, bowling for Kingstown, who replied with 132 for 6 off 19.1 overs. Kingstown’s response was tailored by Joseph Medford who compiled 58 and was later named Player of the Final. Parnel Browne was Police’s most successful bowler, with 2 for 31.

The victory pushed Kingstown’s tally of titles in the eight-year history of the competition to four. Kingstown returned to the Arnos Vale venue on Sunday, after they had climbed over Sion Hill in the semi-finals on Saturday by four wickets.

Scores: Sion Hill – 99 for 8 from 20 overs. Augustine Victory – 51. Winsbert Springer took 3 for 23 and Joseph Medford 2 for 19

Kingstown – 100 for 6 from 18. 2 overs. Ronald Medford had 2 for 15 and Andrew Bramble – 2 for 27 in a losing cause, bowling for Sion Hill.

In the other half of the semi-finals, played at the Sion Hill Playing Field also on Saturday, RSVG Police outplayed St Vincent Cooperative Bank P’tani by five wickets.

P’tani were 123 all out from 20 overs ; Alfred Mc Kenzie scored 54. Ronald Jack pouched 4 for 25, Police – 126 for 5 from 19 overs. Trevor Bailey with 64 and Frankie Joseph – 20 not out made the most significant contributions with the bat.