Sports — 04 April 2014 — by Peter Young

Cricket competition reaches half-way mark, All Star Game this Saturday in ‘Landing

The following games were played over the weekend in the Harrison Parks National Cricket Competition 2014. At Sandhill, Brave 11 scored 90 runs (S. Flowers had 29 runs, and A. Fermin took 2 wickets); but Bright Star reached 95 runs for the win with 4 spare wkts (Marlon Rhaburn had 36 runs, and Gilly Segura took 4 wkts). At Rancho Dolores, it was Excellence with 144 runs (Vernon Stevenson scored 38, and Marlon “Camala” Nicholas took 7 wkts) over Western Eagles, who managed only 71 (Jonathan Benjamin scored 27, and Emilio “Peng” Perez took 5 wkts). At Isabella, Isabella was all out for 106 runs (Terry Budd batted for 39, and Norman Pook took 4 wkts), but Berlan tallied 107 with 5 spare wkts for the win (Jeovany Baiza had 49, and Jerry Casasola took 3 wkts). At Carmelita, Brilliant racked up an unbeatable total of 298 runs (Brandon Lewis scored 58, and Andrew Banner took 4 wkts), as home standing Suga Boys could only manage 142 (Orvin Wade had 36 runs, and Jaime Wade took 4 wkts). At Boom, Brave Union was all out for only 41 runs (Zaghi took 2 wkts), as Sunrise easily passed that mark with their 46 runs with 7 wkts to spare (Martin Joseph had 12 runs, and Edison Parks took 5 wkts for 5 runs). At Lords Bank, it was Wicked Eleven over Cashu Medicos; and at Belmopan, Easy Does It defeated Police. (No details were received for these games.)

With last weekend’s games, the competition has reached the half-way mark. The leaders at this point are: Zone One – Excellence 10 points, Easy Does It 10 pts, Bright Star 8 pts, Western Eagles 8 pts; and Zone Two – Sunrise 12 points, Brilliant 10 pts, Berlan 10 pts, Wicked Eleven 8 pts.

Again, congrats to all winners; and to the losers, don’t give up! You could be winners next time.

The traditional half-way mark All Star Game will be played in Bermudian Landing this Saturday, starting at 10:00 a.m. Come out and make the game a success!

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