Prison on rampage

Not even a vigilant undefeated century (108) by Dino McInnis could thwart frontrunners Prison in their invasion on the division One trophy this year. Greenies batting first, were meandering at 47 for 7, the core of the batting eroded by Oscas Owens 3-36 and Troy David 3-32.

McInnis then found an effective confederate in Kevin Ebanks and together they took the score to 138.

Greenies eventually rallied to 183/9. Prison in their reply easily got to their target in 36 overs with Troy David assuaging the man of the match adjudicator’s concerns with and even 50. Other complementary scores came from Saheed Mohammed 38, Lawrence Cunningham 36 n.o. and Charles Greaves 25.


After their nightmarish lost to prison By-rite regained some prestige with a comfortable victory over environmental All Stars when the Money Express Division One Cricket Competition continued last Sunday.

By Rite, batting first, amassed a total of 222. Leading the batting was Chris Wight run out on 93. His supporting cast was Michael Wight (41) and stylish Jalon Linton (27).

Pacer, Wright promptly proceeded to extinguish whatever hope All Stars had of acquiring their goal with an accurate spell of pace bowling. His 5-29 were just rewards for his efforts. All Stars were dismissed for 159.

Between By-Rite and a complete rout were D. Wilson 63 and M. Moore who got

27 for the struggling All Stars.


It was a case of a case of a plan coming together as Cable and Wireless Schools drubbed the lowly placed Caledonian Bank when the Money Express division 2 competition resumed on Saturday at West Bay. Schools batted first and motored on at better than 6 runs per over to be 243-3 in the allotment of 40 overs. The innings revolved around a responsible knock of 87 n.o. by no. 3 batsman Omar Willis and a pillaging 79 n.o. of 46 balls by Ryan Ebanks. The consistent Ricardo Roach made 35. Republic Bank could only reply with 128 all out. Top scorer was C. Smith with 41. David and Devere each got in the twenties. M. Bryan was the leading bowler for schools with 4-30.

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