Cricket had a busy weekend with Division Two matches played all over the islands. Matches were held at Jimmy Powell Oval in West Bay, Smith Road Oval in George Town and at Cayman Brac High School.
Greenies Too produced the most excitement as winning in Cayman Brac is considered the ultimate achievement. Batting first against Brac, Greenies Too made 248 with excellent work from Craig Scott, Mark Randall and Steve Smith.
Walton Gooding took 4 wickets for Brac. Only Brac captain Sahadeo Sohan who made 47 runs had any answer for the disciplined Greenies Too attack. Matthew Glyde took 3 wickets. Greenies Too won by 113 runs.
Ramon Sealy scored his second century and lead ESSO Cubs to a resounding victory by 206 runs against a young Welly’s team. Sealy was supported by Ricardo Roach and Omar Willis. Roach returned with the ball and took 4 wickets. JJ’S closed the ranks on Oneness with Garth Bryan taking 5 wickets and an easy victory by 9 wickets.
In the women’s league Panthers enjoyed an excellent victory by 38 runs over Island Heritage Stingrays. After scoring 162 runs with contributions from Desrene Cox, Wyvonne Forbes and Verryl Seymour, Panthers limed Stingrays to 124 for 6.
In Division One, Police jumped ahead in the T/20 action having two victories in as many matches. Lead by evergreen Pearson Best 63, Police totalled 159 for 6 and bowled out Prison for 105 runs. Ricardo Roach and Alessandro Morris took 3 wickets each.
ESSO Tigers secured victory over By Rite in a low scoring match. Having made 118 with Lawrence McIntoch 37, ESSO Tigers limited By Rite to 111. By Rite main batsmen were Adrian Wright 36 and Jalon Linton 30.