Pearson’s at his Best again

Cricket’s Money Express Division 1 and 2 games threw up some distinguished performances again last week.

In the Division 2 game played on Saturday at the Smith Road Oval saw Pro Plus defeat JJ’s by 60 runs.

Scores in the game: Pro Plus 220 runs for 9 wickets. Neil Devere 62, Lenox McDonald 41 and George Hudson 40. Bowling for JJ’s Romeo St.Clare took 5 wickets for 37 runs. JJ’s replied with 160 runs for the loss of 8 wickets.

Omar Swaby made 43 runs and Vincent Ebanks 25. Bowling for Pro Plus: Anil Jugbir took 4 wickets for 26 runs, Sam Suberan 2 wickets for 11 runs and Lenox McDonald 2 wickets for 25 runs.

At the Jimmy Powell Oval Welly’s /Cayman Doors were 173 runs for 8 wickets. Alessandro Morris 43 runs, Wayne Taylor 40 not out, Dwight Rivers 20, Harcourt Wason 18 and Greg Shepherd 13 not out.

Bowling for West Bay: Steadman Gray 3 wickets for 20 runs; Corey Cato 2 wickets for 19 runs and Omar Willis 2 wickets for 48 runs.

West Bay replied with 174 for 5 wickets. Zitroy Robertson made 103 runs; Anthony Higgins 18 not out.West Bay won by 5 wickets.

Cayman Brac entertained Bright Staff Greenies Too on Cayman Brac.

Batting first, Greenies made 253 runs for 4 wickets. Steve Smith 121, Andrew Dean 58 and Matt walker 37. Adrian Muir took 3 wickets for 57 runs.

Cayman Brac replied with 255 runs for 4 wickets.

Sohadeo Sohan scored 82 not out; James Reid 73 and Steve Coates 47.

Cayman Brac won by 6 wickets and Smith, with one of the highest scores in the Money Express this season was on the losing side!

In Division 1 games on Sunday, there were wins for front runners Prison and Police over Bright Staff Greenies Too and paramount Carpets respectively.

At Smith Road Oval Greenies batted first and scored 221 runs for 4 wickets. Josh Brown made 60 not out, Paul Monico 47, and Scott Watson 31 not out. Kevin Bazil took 2 wickets for 52 runs, bowling for Prison.

Prison Replied with 222 runs for 9 wickets. Kenchand Dindyal made 83, Troy David 38 and Gerard Christian 33.

Bowling for Greenies, Josh Brown, Sean Cameron and Andrew Ledger took 2 wickets each for 35, 33 and 43 respectively. Prison won by 1 wicket.

At JPO, Police hit 343 runs for 2 wickets. Pearson Best. 129 not out, Kirkpatrick Clarke 89 and Alessandro Morris 62.

Paramount replied with 107 runs all out. Deanno McInnis 44, Everton Brown 25 and Michael Reid 17.

Bowling for Police, Dave Wilson took 3 wickets for 29 runs and Anil Jugbir 2 wickets for 4 runs.

Best hit a century for Police Photos: Ron Shillingford