Two bowlers shine in pri­mary school cricket

Daily Nation (Barbados) - - Sport 2 -

Ig­natius Byer’s all­rounder Ra­jai Gib­bons and Hilda Skeene’s Hay­den Forde had out­stand­ing bowl­ing per­for­mances this week in the Guardian Group Her­man Grif­fith Pri­mary Schools Cricket Com­pe­ti­tion.

Gib­bons rocked Half Moon Fort with a fine dis­play of off-spin bowl­ing on Tues­day at Low­lands, St Lucy.

Amaz­ingly, he cap­tured six wick­ets with­out con­ced­ing a run in four overs as Half Moon Fort were routed for just nine runs in 9.2 overs, re­ply­ing to Ig­natius Byer’s to­tal 133 for one in 20 overs. Ian Boyce top-scored with 52 not out for Ig­natius Byer.

Forde took a rare hat­trick while re­turn­ing the ex­cel­lent fig­ures of seven for 19 as Hilda Skeene de­feated St Mark’s by nine wick­ets at King’s Park on Mon­day.

Mean­while, reign­ing cham­pi­ons Bay­ley’s, Wes­ley Hall, Eden Lodge, Mil­ton Lynch, St Matthews and Charles F. Broome have qual­i­fied for the Round of 16.

Wes­ley Hall and Eden Lodge topped Zone D1 and D2, re­spec­tively, with 4-0 records. Mil­ton Lynch won all five of their matches in Zone C2, while St Matthews won their three in Zone B1.

Bay­ley’s and Charles F Broomes also ad­vanced to the knock­out phase af­ter com­plet­ing vic­to­ries yes­ter­day.

Charles F. Broome topped Zone B2 af­ter de­feat­ing Grant­ley Prescod by nine wick­ets.

42-1 Charles F. Broome won by nine wick­ets. Bay­leys 183-4


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