BCA Schools' Under-19 limited overs championship, Series 2, Results, Scores
 

Barbados Cricket Association article.

Bridgetown, Barbados - Summarised scores and results of play in Series 2 matches of the 2014 BCA Schools' Under-19 40-over tournament on Sunday, April 27:

ZONE A

At Church Hill:

Foundation beat St. Michael by eight wickets.

St. Michael 222 all out (37.1 overs) (Zachary McCaskie 65, Sylvester Moore 33, Levi Cadogan 33, Limar Pierce 21, Antoine Belgrave 14; Shomari Gibson 2-16, Kyle Weekes 2-31, Pius Emilien 2-40, Joshua Drakes 2-54).

Foundation 223-2 (35.2 overs) (Lee-Germon Gaskin 110 not out, Joshua Drakes 46 not out, Jermaine Davis 42, Skakeem Blades 12).

Points: Foundation 4, St. Michael 0.

At Parkinson Field:

Queen’s College beat Parkinson by seven wickets.

Parkinson 95 all out (22.4 overs) (Tyler Small 37, Addae Phillips 11; Ricardo Small-Boyce 4-25, Dikembe Wilson 2-10, John Powlett 2-15). 

Queen’s College 96-3 (16 overs) (Dikembe Wilson 38 not out, Andrew Clarke 34 not out, Jvaire Waterman 11).

Points: Queen’s College 4, Parkinson 0.

BYE: Alexandra.

ZONE B 

At Ashton Hall:

Coleridge & Parry beat Barbados Community College by seven wickets. 

BCC 103 all out (16.3 overs) (Mikkel Rogers 24, Shermon Prescod 24, Handsel Rowe 14, Justin Strickland 13 not out; Jeremy Murphy 3-19, Hasani Newton 3-26).

Coleridge & Parry 106-3 (19.1 overs) (Hasani Newton 30 not out, R. White 20, M. Stuart 20).

Points: Coleridge & Parry 4, BCC 0.

At Waterford ‘A’:

Nicholls Baking Combermere v SJPP.

NB: Match to be replayed

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BYE: Lester Vaughan

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ZONE C

At Trents, St. James:

St. Leonard’s beat Frederick Smith by eight wickets. 

Frederick Smith 74 all out (27.5 overs) (Damon Armstrong 14, Brian Boyce 13, Rico Hurley 11; Shakeel Turney 4-23, Demario Goodman 3-11, Camarie Boyce 2-18).

St. Leonard’s 76-2 (9 overs) (Tremaine Harris 27 not out, Deswin Currency 19 not out).

Points: St. Leonard’s 4, Frederick Smith 0.

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At Blackmans:

KFC Ellerslie beat Grantley Adams by seven wickets.

Grantley Adams 108 all out (28.5 overs) Shakeel Richards 36, S. Padmore 18, S. Mayers 11, A. Grant 10; Kevin Evelyn 4-27, Andre Skeete 3-11, Kyle Scantlebury 3-21). 

Ellerslie 110-3 (13 overs) (Shakib Kellman 55 not out, Dario Belle 13, Kevin Evelyn 12, Shakeel Richards 3-57). 

Points: Ellerslie 4, Grantley Adams 0.

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ZONE D

At Belleplaine:

Harrison College beat Alleyne by 56 runs.

Harrison College 175-5 (37 overs) (Mario Proverbs 58, Demario Taylor 40, Warren Scantlebury 30, Dominic Hart 12, Brandon Sealy 10; Andrew Sookhoo 3-17).

Alleyne 119 all out (29 overs) (Andrew Sookhoo 26, John Sampson 17, Kamell Bridgeman 13, K. Justin 11; Demario Taylor 3-19, Warren Scantlebury 2-15, Kevin Hall 2-17).

Points: Harrison College 4, Alleyne 0.

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At Society ‘A’:

Milo Lodge beat Deighton Griffith by 246 runs.

Lodge 313-7 (33 overs) (Ramar Henry 76, Romario Brathwaite 48, Tarik Shorey 45, Joron Goddard 26, Jarion Hoyte 20 not out; Jamon Cole 4-48).

Deighton Griffith 67 all out (24 overs) (Jamon Cole 16; Jarion Hoyte 2-7, Tarik Shorey 2-16, Kareem Drakes 2-16). 

Points: Lodge 4, Deighton Griffith 0.

Standings (After Series 2) (Matches played in brackets):

ZONE A - Queen’s College 8 (2), Foundation 4 (1), St. Michael 4 (2), Alexandra 0 (1), Parkinson 0 (2).

ZONE B - Lester Vaughan 4 (1), Coleridge & Parry 4 (2), Barbados Community College 0 (1).

NB: SJPP v Barbados Community College. Series 1 match to be replayed. 

NB: Nicholls Baking Combermere v SJPP. Series 2 match to be replayed

ZONE C - St. Leonard’s 8 (2), KFC Ellerslie 8 (2), Frederick Smith 0 (2), Grantley Adams 0 (2). 

ZONE D - Harrison College 8 (2), Milo Lodge 8 (2), Alleyne 0 (2), Deighton Griffith 0 (2).

Series 3: (Home teams mentioned first) Wednesday, June 25

ZONE A: Queen’s College v St Michael, Alexandra v Foundation. BYE: Parkinson.

ZONE B: Barbados Community College v Combermere, Lester Vaughan v SJPP. BYE: Coleridge & Parry.

ZONE C: Ellerslie v St. Leonard’s, Frederick Smith v Grantley Adams.

ZONE D: Deighton Griffith v Alleyne, Lodge v Harrison College.

First Published On bcacricket.org.

Date: 
Thu, 05/01/2014 - 10:22