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VINCENTIAN SUNIL AMBRIS HITS CENTURY IN TBPO T20

West Indies batsman Sunil Ambris recorded his maiden century in the NLA/TBPO T/20 cricket competition, in last weekend’s round of matches.

Ambris went to work on the New Level bowlers and, in a mere 47 balls faced, struck 103 not out of Country Meet Town’s 201 for 4 in 20 overs.  

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New Level were hapless, if not hopeless in their reply, managing a measly 72 in 14.2 overs.  Wickets were shared among Davian Barniam, 3, and 2 each for Shemroy Primus, Alwayn Quashie and Kenron Williams.

In another weekend match, Challengers beat Fairbaine United Spartans by 70 runs. Challengers made 145 in 19.3 overs, Britnol Scott top scoring with 28, and Spartans’ Joel Browne taking 3/11.  Spartans replied with 75 in 18.5 overs, Winston Bascombe, 3/11 and Randolph Bascombe, 3/8, doping the damage.

Nice Radio Clinchers defeated Israel Bruce Smashers by 4 wickets. Smashers failed miserably with the bat, and scraped their way to 37 in 12.2 overs, Okieph Andrews capturing 4/11.

Clinchers looked to be turning the last laugh on themselves when they lost wickets regularly, before they got to 38 for 6 in 9.2 overs. Renrick Peters took 2/11.

Rangers United beat Fairbaine Chennai Strikers by 2 wickets. Strikers made 76 in 13.5 overs. Kegan Cordice made 22. Domarley Roberts took 3 for 15.  In reply, Rangers United reached 77 for 8 in 15.2 overs. There were 2 wickets each for Kegan Cordice, Nikie Antoine and Kenroy Delpesche.

And to round off the weekend, Bank of SVG All Stars defeated Stag Older Boys by 6 wickets in a match reduced to 17 overs because of rain:  Older Boys – 94 for 6 in 17 overs; All Stars 95 for 4 in 10.5 overs, Ron Adams 42.

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