Combermere crush Queen's College by 182 runs to retain LIME Under-15 title
 

Barbados Cricket Association article.

Bridgetown, Barbados - Nicholls Baking Combermere crushed Queen's College by 182 runs, four minutes after the tea interval on the third and final day at Kensington Oval today to capture the 2014 BCA LIME Under-15 championship for a record third consecutive year.

Set a mammoth 294 to win, Queen's College were shot out for a meagre  111 in 42.5 overs. 

Nico Reifer topscored with 34. Mekhail Marshall made 32 and Ajani Waterman made 27.  

Off-spinners Indal Persaud and Anthony Manning-Merritt picked up four for 19 and three for 20 respectively. Medium-pacer Kofie Gilkes took two for 22.

Earlier, from an overnight 216 for eight, Combermere were all out for 245. Kaston Stoute fell for 50 from 60 balls with nine fours in 73 minutes. 

Ajani Ince claimed four for 39 and Ajani batson three for 63.

Summarised scores: 

Nicholls Baking Combermere beat Queen’s College by 182 runs.

Combermere 153-9 (35 overs) (Shakkae Marshall 45, Kofie Gilkes 34, Lamar Springer 21, Zidan Clarke 21, Shian Brathwaite 11; Deshon Mayers 4-23, Ajani Batson 3-20) and 245 all out (87.2 overs) (Shakkae Marshall 97, Kastun  Stoute 50, Indal Persaud 21, Avery Chandler 12, Zidan Clarke 11, Shian Brathwaite 10; Ajani Ince 4-39, Ajani Batson 3-63).

Queen’s College 105-9 (35 overs) (Jamhal Burke 27, Mekhail Marshall 21, Nico Reifer 16,  Ajani Ince 10; Shakkae Marshall 2-10, Indal Persaud 2-20) and 111 all out (42.5 overs) (Nico Reifer 34, Mekhail Marshall 32, Ajani Waterman 27; Indal Persaud 4-19, Anthony Manning-Merritt 3-20, Kofie Gilkes 2-22).

Toss: Combermere.

Umpires: Dalton Holder, Lester Millington.

Reserve: Louis St. John.

SCORECARD

Nicholls Baking Combermere v Queen’s College

(AT KENSINGTON OVAL)

Weather; sunny; Pitch: firm; Outfield: fast.

COMBERMERE 1st innings 153-9

QUEEN'S COLLEGE 1st innings 105-9

COMBERMERE 2nd Innings (overnight 216-8)

K. Stoute c & b Mayers                                  50

+A. Chandler lbw b Trotman                          12

A.Manning-Merritt not out                               0

Extras (b14, lb6, w3,nb5)                              28

TOTAL (all out, 87.2 overs)                           245

Fall of wickets (today): 9-229, 10-245.

Bowling: Batson 18-2-66-3 (w2, nb2), Ince 17-4-39-4, Miller 2-1-9-1 (nb1), Mayers 15-2-32-1, Trotman 9-1-23-1 (w1, nb1),  

Marshall 12-2-30-0, Reifer 6-2-13- 0 (nb1), Hall 4-2-11-0, Griffith 4-2-2-0.

QUEEN'S COLLEGE 2nd innings

N.  Reifer lbw b Manning-Merritt                     34

K. Miller lbw b Gilkes                                      3

+*A. Waterman c Manning-Merritt b Persau    27

A. Ince c wk Chandler b Manning-Merritt         3

M. Marshall c Springer b Persaud                   32

J. Burke lbw b Manning-Merritt                       4

D. Mayers c Doughlin b Gilkes                        3

A. Batson c Brathwaite b Persaud                    1

Z. Griffith c wk Chandler b Brathwaite             0

D. Trotman b Persaud                                    0

K. Hall not out                                              0       

 Extras (b2,w1,nb1)                                      4

TOTAL (all out, 42.5 overs)                          111

Fall of wickets: 1-13, 2-61, 3-66, 4-81, 5-91, 6-105, 7-110, 8-111, 9-111, 10-111.

Bowling: Springer 3-0-14-0, Gilkes 4-0-22-2 (w1), Perasud 15.5-3-19-4, Marshall 9-1-30-0 (nb1), Manning-Merritt 9-1-20-3, Brathwaite 2-0-4-1.

Result: Combermere won by 182 runs.

Player-of-the-final: Shakkae Marshall (Combermere).

Umpires: Dalton Holder, Lester Millington.

Reserve: Louis St. John.

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HONOUR ROLL

Most runs - 356 - Jadan Jones (Graydon Sealy).

Most wickets - 27 - Joshua Bishop (Alexandra).

Wicket-keeper with most dismissals - 7 (4 catches & 3 stumpings) - Avery Chandler (Combermere).

Fielder with most catches - 10 -  Kerry Justin (Alleyne).

Best all-rounder - 356 runs; 10 wickets; 3 catches - Jadan Jones (Graydon Sealy).

Highest Individual score - 117 - Ryshon Williams (Deighton Griffith) v Parkinson.

Best bowling analysis - 11- 27 (6-10 & 5-17) - Joshua Bishop (Alexandra) v Princess Margaret).

Player-of-the-Match: 

Semi-finals: Indal Persaud 3-9 (Combermere v Alleyne)

Ajani Waterman - 71 not out & 36 (Queen’s College v Lodge)

Player-of-the-Final:

Shakkae Marshall - 45 & 97; 2-10 (Combermere) v Queens College.

First Published On bcacricket.org.

Date: 
Wed, 08/20/2014 - 17:59