Atlanta trip bowled maidens team over

The Cayman Islands women’s cricket team travelled to Atlanta on a developmental tour to gain experience against 
different players and conditions.  

The team was led by Wyvonne Forbes with Sheila Rankine as vice captain. They played 
three matches, winning one.  

Outstanding batting came from captain Forbes and Molly Ann Moore. The team was in a happy mood returning home on Monday, 
having placed third overall in the tournament. 

On the local scene, in Division One, led by Chris Palmer, Greenies 1 continued on their mission to repeat last year’s success by defeating 
Prison – taking them one step closer to the championship.  

Limiting Prison to 97 with Josh Brown and Alessandro Morris 3 wickets each, Greenies batsmen Chris Smith 34 and 
Ian Rotsey 32 made 
small work in a clinical finish winning by 7 wickets. 

Esso Tigers defeated Police in a match greatly affected by rain at the Smith Road Oval. Police scored 123 for 3 wickets with Garth Bryan 60 and Abali Hoilett 33n.o. Alistair Ifill 56 and Darren Cato 26 
combined to take Esso Cubs to victory by 6 wickets. 

On the local scene, in Division One, expertly lead by Chris Palmer, Greenies 1 continued on their mission to repeat last year’s success by defeating Prison taking them one step closer to the championship. 

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The cricket women had a great time in Atlanta.– PHOTO: SUBMITTED
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