British American Insurance Women’s League cricket shifted to West Bay to the John A Cumber Primary School ground and Greenies Women showed their improvement with a spirited effort. Although going down to the Esso Panthers by 9 runs the Greenies are getting closer in every match. Wyvonne Forbes 37 and Ann Warren 21 took Esso Panthers to 127 for 2 wickets. In turn Greenies need 15 runs from the last over only to fall short by 9 runs.
Playing at the Smith Road Oval the boys in green took up the fight and are making a run for it. Led by the energetic Tom Stephens, Greenies 1 are challenging for the honour role in the CLICO Cayman Division 1 League.
Making it three in a row, Greenies 1 manhandled the might of Police and inflicted an excellent victory by 4 wickets. Restricting the Police run machine to only 96 runs, Greenies 1 made heavy weather of the small score eventually getting home on an outstanding all round performance from Josh Brown. He chipped in with 30 runs, which followed his 3 wickets for 19 runs.
At the JP Oval, Prison stayed equal on top of the league with another demolition act. Having scored 244 for 6 wickets with Kemchand Dindyall 85 and Lawrence Cunningham 79 sharing a fifth wicket partnership of 142 runs, Prison bowled out LIME Schools for 133 winning by 111 runs. LIME captain Ricardo Roach continued his excellent form scoring 48 runs.
In the CLICO Cayman Division 2 League, it was a ding dong battle as Pro Plus and Paramount DTA fought to the last ball. Having scored 235 runs with another outstanding performance from Euvin Bryan 102 and Tony Higgins 59, Pro Plus had to fight all the way. Paramount DTA Lawrence McIntosh 71 and Michael Reid 64 led the fight falling short by 3 runs.