Semi-finalists decided in SDC T20 cricket
Jamaica Observer article.
Kingston, Jamaica - The last four teams in the 2013 Social Development Commission (SDC) Twenty20 (T20) competition were decided after quarter-final matches played a week ago.
The semi-finals are scheduled for this weekend.
At the Eden Park ground in St Mary, Petersville of Westmoreland produced a solid team effort to comfortably defeat Trelawny's Clarks Town by 88 runs.
Scores: Petersville 178-6 (20 overs); Clarks Town 90 (14.4 overs).
Batting first, Petersville, led by Desmond Jones with 39, and Kennar Lewis (37), compiled a challenging 178-6 off their allotted 20 overs.
Kemar Allen took 4-40 for Clarks Town.
In reply, Clarks Town were dismissed for 90 all out with Granville Robinson top-scoring with 46.
Lewis took 5-19 for Petersville.
In the second match of the double-header at the venue, Jack's River of St Mary beat wild card team Orange by 59 runs.
Scores: Jack's River 158-6 (20 overs); Orange 99 (17.1 overs).
At the Harmons Community Centre in Manchester, Richmond Park of Kingston & St Andrew eked out a one-wicket win over St Elizabeth's Junction/Bull Savannah.
Scores: Junction/Bull Savannah 155-9 (20 overs); Richmond Park 156-9 (20 overs).
Also in Harmons, Racecourse of Clarendon trounced last season's losing finalists Bridgeport by seven wickets.
Scores: Bridgeport 134-7 (20 overs); Racecourse 139-3 (13 overs).
Roshane Pottinger grabbed 3-7 to help restrict Bridgeport to 134-7 before Ryan Scott (61) and Jason Wedderburn (55) hit half-centuries to propel Racecourse's successful run-chase.