Prison locked at top with By Rite

In Division 1 cricket action over
the weekend, By Rite rejoined Prison as the league leaders.

Playing at JP Oval, By Rite had
good high order contributions from Adrian Wright 58 and Garfield Edwards 52 and
now famous late order rush from Michael Wight and Conroy Wright to total 209
against LIME Schools.

Corey Cato was the pick of the LIME
Schools bowlers and was well supported by Marlon Bryan and Kervin Ebanks. Marc
Chin scored a career best 77 in Schools reply but By Rite captain Conroy Wright
and Sylvester Suberan took 3 wickets each to lead By Rite to victory by 44
runs.

Cayman cricket was happy to welcome
home two talented young cricketers Joseph Kirkconnell (By Rite) and Ramon Sealy
(LIME Schools) who are back on school break.

Over at the Smith Road Oval,
Greenies 1 limited Police to 168 for 9 wickets with Garth Bryan 35 the leading
scorer. In turn Greenies 1 captain Tom Stephens 65n.o and Michael Reid 36
secured victory by 4 wickets.

JJ”S ran merry at the JP Oval on
Saturday scoring 374 runs for 3 wickets against Oneness winning by a massive
249 runs in Division 2. Devon Williams 127, Garth Bryan 98n.o and Kerniel Coley
83 were outstanding.

Oneness had no answer for Garth
Bryan as he bowled his team to victory by taking 6 wickets.

UCCI/West Bay easily defeated
Welly’s/Cayman Doors by 8 wickets. Having restricted their opponents to 107,
Clevon Sailsman 40no and Garfield Edwards 31no lead UCCI/West Bay to victory by
8 wickets.

The extremely colourful Women’s League
began on Sunday with defending champions Stingrays defeating newcomers Motown
by 10 wickets at the John A Cumber School ground.

Batting first Motown had good
contributions from Ann Warren 57 and Paulette Robinson 42 achieving a total of
158 runs for 2 wickets. Stingrays’ batters had other ideas with Pam Martin
55n.o and Rosemarie Wilson 42n.o securing a 10 wickets victory.

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