Rangers & Divers look to avenge for their first defeats!
Grenadines Divers to win the match!
Vincy Premier League`s opening day featured some riveting action, close contests and a dominating one-sided win. Both teams Grenadines Divers and Botanic Garden Rangers succumbed to defeats in their respective opening encounters. Both teams will look to get their maiden victory in this match and kick-off their position in the points table. We expect some high-quality action in a jam-packed stadium and the T10 game is turning out to look like a minute to win the contest. Short, Pacy, and superb.
Shem Browne and Romano Pierre build a good platform at the top to take their team to 50 runs in 5 overs. The Divers then collapsed from 51/2 to 68-all out in their quota of 10 overs. Their middle-order crumbled like nine-pins to left off the platform build by the top order. Geron Wyllie bowled superbly taking 4 wickets in the match to reduce the opposition to 45/6.
Obed McCoy, Asif Hopper, and Tijorn Pope chipped in with a wicket each but ended up losing the match in last-over finish. Their batting unit must put good runs on board to help their bowling attack in this match.
Shem Browne – Shem Browne looked good for his knock of 14-ball 24 runs which included 4 boundaries and a six. He will look build on the momentum and play a big knock in this match.
Geron Wyllie – Wyllie had figures of 4/10 in his 2 overs but his efforts were not able to stop the opposition`s chase. Wyllie`s two overs will be very critical for the team`s victory.
Wayne Harper, Shem Browne, Romano Pierre, Asif Hopper, Tijorn Pope, Romano Pierre, Obed McCoy, Razine Browne, Richie Richards, Anson Latchman, Geron Wyllie
Rangers came into the match with big expectations but succumbed to a one-sided loss at the hands of the Hikers team. Their top-order kept losing wickets at regular intervals and stumbled to 35/4 in 6 overs. Kesrick Williams small cameo of 15 runs took them to 70 runs in 10 overs. Their bowlers were no match to the opposition batsmen and took just one wicket in the entire match. Ray Charles took the only wicket to fall. Kimali Williams and Kenneth Dember bowled economical spells but were not enough to seal the match in their favor.
Kesrick Williams – Kesrick Williams should lead the bowling attack and win the crunch situations to tilt the match in their team's favor.
Kevin Abraham – Kevin Abraham will have a big role to play as middle-order batsmen for the team. He was unlucky to be dismissed run-out in the last match and look to prove his batting prowess in this match.
Kesrick Williams, Hyron Shallow, Romel Currency, Kenneth Dember, Atticus Browne, Oziko Williams, Kimali Williams, Kevin Abraham, Casnel Morris, Joey Welcome, Ray Charles
|Hr||Temp||Rain||W. speed||W. direction||Clouds|
|00h||28||2.17 mm.||1.23 k/h||From: ENE||86%|
|03h||26||0.27 mm.||1.03 k/h||From: ENE||92%|
|06h||26||0.26 mm.||0.81 k/h||From: ENE||97%|
|09h||25||0 mm.||1.17 k/h||From: NNE||97%|
|12h||25||0 mm.||1.23 k/h||From: NE||98%|
|15h||30||0 mm.||1.04 k/h||From: ESE||96%|
|18h||31||0 mm.||2.69 k/h||From: SE||98%|
|21h||29||0.52 mm.||1.73 k/h||From: ESE||100%|
Kingston has good cool and overcast weather with temperatures in the mid 20s. We can expect a full game with no interruption on the match day.
The pitch is helping the bowlers to a certain extent due to the overcast conditions and the matches played on the first day saw scores in the range of 70-80 runs.
Teams chased down targets in the first two matches played yesterday and captains will look to continue chasing as no score is safe nowadays.
Despite losing the match Grenadines Divers put a great fight in their match and have momentum on their side. Garden Rangers were not able to put a good show with bat or ball in their opening match and will need to pick themselves sooner than later.
Grenadines Divers to win the match!