November 7, 2014
Sion Hill conquer Kingstown in Masters Cricket

Sion Hill overran defending champions of the SVG Masters Twenty/20 Cricket Competition – LOG Enterprises Kingstown, to highlight last weekend’s round of matches.{{more}}

Playing at the Arnos Vale One Playing Field last Sunday, Sion Hill trumped by 60 runs.

Sion Hill posted 142 for 4 off 20 overs, with Ronald Medford scoring 35 and Bill Edwards 34.

Ancil Hooper collected 2 for 30, bowling for Kingstown, who were dismissed for 82 off 19.2 overs.

Brian Davis, using his wisdom, snapped up 3 for 8 and Ronald Medford 3 for 27. Also chalking up wins were Cato’s Heavy Equipment Glamorgan, RSVG Police, St Vincent Cooperative Bank P’ tani and Carlos James North Leeward.

Glamorgan defeated Kirk Da Silva’s La Croix by 10 wickets. La Croix scored 79 for 5 off 20 overs, with Burt Bowman striking 29.

Chesley Ottley took 3 for 16 for Glamorgan, who replied with 80 for no wicket off 20 overs. Clyde Mofford 31 not out and Samuel Richards 30 not out saw their team to a commanding win.

Meanwhile, RSVG Police overcame Pastures by five wickets.

Pastures were able to put together 106 for 5 off their 20 overs; Titmus Trimmingham hit 33 and Alvin Hope 20.

RSVG Police responded with 106 for 5 off 14.5 overs; Gosnel Cupid made 28 and Parnel Browne 23.

But it was a closer contest, as P’ tani outdid Computec Belfongo by four runs.

P’ tani reached 151 all out in 18.3 overs; Adolphus Campbell hit 39, Jerome Samuel 30 and Isaac Haywood contributed 29.

Bowling for Belfongo, Wendell Glasgow had 2 for14, Curtis King 2 for 27 and Jesamie Browne 2 for 36.

But Belfongo fell short of their target, reaching 147 for 6 off 20 overs. Tommy King top scored with 28 not out.

Isaac Haywood grabbed 4 for 25 and Adolphus Campbell 2 for 10.

And, Carlos James North Leeward had the better of Henny Penny by 87 runs.

North Leeward tallied 177 for 3 off 20 overs. William Edwards 76, David Ellis 59 and Wallis Stapleton 22 were the most valuable contributions with the bat.

Henny Penny, in reply, were all out for 90 in 16 overs. Aviston Lawrence struck 36.

Henny Penny was undone by the bowling of Conrad Ryan, who had 2 for 9 Walliston Stapleton 2 for 16 and Orlando Charles 2 for 21.(RT)