Franklin Hinds completely
mesmerized LIME Schools’ youngsters with an excellent display of swing bowling
in Division 1 action.
Hinds took 7 wickets for 7 runs
including a hat-trick and helped Greenies 1 to victory by 140 runs.
Batting first Hinds stroked 78 runs
and together with Andrew Ledger 36 and the consistent Michael Reid 33 took Greenies
to 208 for 5 wickets.
LIME Schools began well as Sacha De
Alvis continued his excellent form following his hundred on Saturday. After De
Alvis fell, LIME Schools’ batsmen got a proper schooling from Hinds.
In action at the Smith Road Oval,
defending champions Prison got their first serious challenge for the 2010
ESSO Tigers limited Prison to 184
runs with Ryan Ebanks scoring a well played 50 and captain Saheed Mohamed 35.
Amongst the wickets for ESSO Tigers
were Dave Wilson, Clevon Sailsman and Matthew Rose. Good contributions from
Chris Williams 55 and Devon Williams 43 left ESSO Tigers with 8 overs to get 45
It was the Bazil twins Kevin with 4
wickets including a hat trick and Kevon with 3 wickets who took Prison to
another victory by 20 runs.
Mohamed took two dazzling catches
to round out an unbeaten first round of matches.
In Division 2 action De Alvis
scored a marvellous undefeated 132 not out as ESSO Cubs completely overwhelmed
Batting through the allotted 40
overs De Alvis paced himself piercing the field from time to time with expert
Joining De Alvis was Paul Chin 80
and Wayne Cato 34 as ESSO Cubs totalled 292 for 3 wickets. Ricardo Roach took 4
wickets in Paramount DTA reply of only 138 runs.
Chillies club travelled to Cayman
Brac and faced a side ready to regain honours having dropped points in their
first two matches. Cayman Brac lead by Steve Coates 84 and a Robert Levy five
wickets haul won by 82 runs.
Scott ‘Watto’ Watson got a pleasant
send off on Saturday as Greenies Too had an excellent victory over Aims
Although Watson had a golden duck,
he took 2 wickets and Greenies Too won by 38 runs.
Cayman cricket’s technical director
Theo Cuffy said; “Cayman Islands cricketing fraternity wishes Scott all the
best as he chases his dreams in lands afar.”