Two centuries were registered last weekend in the DMG Furniture North Leeward Sports and Cultural Organisation competition.
Responsible for the triple figures were Cordel Jack and Lawson Mason.
On Sunday, Jack hit 107 to lead United Survivors to 194/3 from 20 overs versus Golden Girls at the Fitz Hughes Playing Field. Kimone Homer with 35 and Shavorne Clarke 32, added to Jack’s ton.
Sheriette Herbert took 2 for 24 for Golden Girls, who in turn were dismissed for 105. Afiah Hamilton, 30 and Christal Trumpet, 27.
Cordel Jack had 5 for 11 and Samantha Lynch took 2 for 28, as United Survivors won by 89 runs.
In the male encounter, Rose Bank won from Troumaca by two wickets. Leshawn Lewis belted 86 and Shamon Hopper, 75 to see Troumaca to 212 for 3 from their 20 overs.
Rose Bank responded manfully reaching 213 for 8 with nine balls to spare. Their reply was led by knocks of 75 from Shang I John, Kennard Forbes, 28 and Javid Caesar, 25.
Elmore Robertson copped 4 for 29 and Shamon Hooper had 2 for 30.
But the run fest began on Saturday with Spring Village amassing 224 for 3 from 20 overs, taking advantage of a depleted Chateau outfit.
Mason helped himself to 110 not out; Reckel Stapleton, 50 and Jorden Charles, 28 not out.
Chateau in reply made 185 for 7. Maxwell Edwards, 76 not out and Gavin Browne, 23. Bowling for Spring Village, Josnel Davis had 2 for 31 and Akeil Mason 2 for 1 as they won by 39 runs.
And, in Saturday’s first match, Upsetters saw off Attackers Girls by eight wickets.
Attackers Girls, fielding eight players were bowled out for 105 for 7. Yolande Granderson scalped 3 for 16 and Aaliyah Samuel, 2 for 20.
Upsetters then cruised to 116 for 2 in 12.3 overs. Jiany Marshall top scored with 45 and Nyasha Durrant got 24.