Sunil Ambris’ swashbuckling 75 helped the Salt Pond Breakers full a 25-run win over the La Soufriere Hikers in a Vincy Premier T10 League (VPL) encounter, that includes two unbeaten sides, on Sunday.
The match additionally noticed the Breakers, who’ve three wins in three video games, put up the best whole of the event – 132/0 – in its alloted 10 overs. Despite the loss, the Hikers keep second within the factors desk, with two victories.
Ambris’ opening companion Kadir Nedd additionally made merry of poor bowling from the Hikers. On the opposite hand, a quickfire 47 by Dillon Douglas ignited a late surge by the chasing staff, which finally ended up at 107/5.
– DIVERS CLAIM FIRST WIN OF THE TOURNAMENT –
Earlier within the day, Asif Hooper’s unbeaten knock of 59 off 36 balls propelled the Grenadines Divers to a 22-run win over the Fort Charlotte Strikers. During the victory, which was the Divers’ first of the competitors, the staff registered a complete of 114/3.
The Strikers now have three losses in as many video games. Alex Samuel complemented Hooper with a 27 throughout a second-wicket stand of 52. The first innings additionally included a whopping 19 extras.
In reply, the Strikers’ batsmen, aside from opener Gidron Pope, struggled to make an influence. Pope’s half-century might solely take his facet to a complete of 92/6 on the finish of the match. Razie Browne was the choose of the bowlers for the Divers, ending with figures of three wickets for seven runs in his quota of two overs.
– RANGERS MOVE TO THIRD AFTER BEATING EXPLORERS –
In the primary match of the day, West Indies worldwide Kesrick Williams led from the entrance because the Botanic Garden Rangers beat the Dark View Explorers by 16 runs to maneuver to 3rd spot within the standings.
Rangers skipper Williams held his nerve to dismiss the harmful Deron Greaves for 44 within the penultimate over of the chase. The captain additionally took a shocking catch to dismiss Shammon Hooper off the bowling of Casnel Morris. The Explorers might solely handle 88/5 in reply to the Rangers’ 104/4.
In the primary innings, Hyron Shallow and Romel Currency racked up 38 and 31 respectively to take their facet previous 100. With this loss, the Explorers slip a spot to fourth with a solitary win from three outings.