Breakers and Hikers look to make it a hat-trick of wins!
SALT POND BREAKERS to win the match!
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La Soufriere Hikers and Salt pond Breakers are having a dream start to the tournament with two wins in their two matches played so far. Anyway, one of the teams has to end up on the losing side in this contest, and the other gains a hat-trick of wins. The winner of this match will top the table for now and will have a psychological advantage going ahead in the tournament.
Hikers batsmen took on the charge and put a massive 109 runs on board. Dillon Doughlas top scored with 40 runs off just 20 balls with 4 boundaries and 2 sixes. Salvan Browne and Dean Browne chipped in with vital cameos with the bat to keep the scorecard moving. Their bowlers had a hard time as the opposition took on the attack with a 50-run opening partnership.
Dean Browne and Othneil Lewis bowled some economical overs and had combined figures of 4-0-29-0 which helped them to defend the target by 6 runs. Kenson Dalzall and Rayan Williams took a wicket each but gave away runs at more than 11 RPO.
Salvan Browne – Salvan Browne scored 20+ runs in both the matches giving a good start with 50+ partnerships in both matches. He will look to make a big score in this match.
Dean Browne – Dean Browne came up superb performances to win the crunch moments. He scored 17 runs off 10 balls to close off the innings and came back to defend 13 runs off the final over successfully.
Desron Maloney, Dean Browne, Dillon Douglas, Othneil Lewis, Salvan Brown, Rayan Williams, Rawdon Bentick, Kenson Dalzell, Jeremy Haywood, Tilran Harry, Casmus Hacksaw
Salt Pond Breakers defeated Fort Charlotte Strikers by a comfortable 20 runs last night. Sunil Ambris set the tone of the match with his 20-ball 29 runs. Delorn Johnson and Wesley Strough scored some quick runs at the end with a flourish and take their total to 88 runs in 10 overs. Their bowling unit has restricted the opposition to identical 68 runs in both the matches.
Sunil Ambris, Delorn Johnson, Jeremy Layne, and Beniton Stapleton had an economy of less than 6 RPO in the match and took 5 wickets amongst themselves to strangle the opposition. Wesrick Strough had an off-day giving 29 runs off his two overs.
Sunil Ambris – Sunil Ambris led the team from the front with both bat and ball in the match scoring 29 runs and bowling figures of 2-0-8-2 in the match.
Delorn Johnson – Delorn Johnson scored 20 runs off 10 balls to close out the innings and then came back to bowl a superb spell of 2-0-11-1.
Sunil Ambris, Rickford Walker, Donwell hector, Delorn Johnson, Urnel Thomas., Seon Sween, Beniton Stapleton, Kadie Nedd, Jeremy layne, Javid Harry , Wesrick Strough
|Hr||Temp||Rain||W. speed||W. direction||Clouds|
|00h||28||0 mm.||1.95 k/h||From: ESE||69%|
|03h||27||0 mm.||1.19 k/h||From: E||86%|
|06h||25||0 mm.||1.11 k/h||From: NE||95%|
|09h||25||0 mm.||1.33 k/h||From: NE||100%|
|12h||27||0 mm.||0.97 k/h||From: ENE||93%|
|15h||33||0 mm.||4.08 k/h||From: SE||100%|
|18h||33||0 mm.||5.08 k/h||From: SE||81%|
|21h||32||0 mm.||4.27 k/h||From: SE||55%|
Kingston has cool breezy and overcast weather on the match day. We don’t expect any weather interruptions on the match day.
The scores have increased in the second day with teams almost chasing down 100+ runs. We can expect the average to score to 80-90 runs as the tournament progresses.
The first day saw three matches chased by the opposition team while teams batting first won in the two matches on the second day. Teams will look to chase down the total and the fact 100+ runs were scored chasing will give them confidence.
Both teams have a strong batting and bowling line-up and are high on confidence and momentum after two back-to-back wins. Saltpond Breakers have a good bowling unit with every bowler chipping in with wickets whenever needed and they pip La Soufriere Hikers in the bowling department on paper.
SALT POND BREAKERS to win the match!