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BARBADOS - cricket archive - Sagicor Cup Competition 2004
Web Posted - Mon Jul 12 2004
Da Costa Manning Police batsman Edison Rock sweeps this delivery during his innings of 59 againSt. United Carlton
Barbados spinners, Ryan Hurley and Ryan Austin wove a web around the hapless BDFSP batsmen, who at one point seemed on course for victory. A 61 run opening partnership between Corey Clarke and Carlo Morris, was eventually wasted as Hurley (3/21) and Austin (2/22) regained the initiative which had been grasped against the opening pace attack.
Earlier, the home team managed a respectable 205/8 off 50 overs, lead by a hard-hitting 59 from Joseph Harris, with 42 apiece from Anthony Hurley and Mike Matthews. Richard Morgan took 3/54 for the visitors.
Cable & Wireless BET’s Anthony Morris posted 49 runs to lead his side as his team set opponent’s BNB St. Catherine, the target of 186 runs at Wildey yesterday. Ron Bates and Captain Courtney Browne finished on 35 and 33 runs respectively.
Lamar Wiggins and Davin Wiggins each took two St. Cathertines’ wickets.
St. Catherine’s skipper Derrick Bishop and opening batsman Dave Maynard were the only bright sparks for their team, which fell 34 runs short of the total.
Maynard scored 35 runs before he was stumped by Daly Hurley. BET made the breakthrough dismissal after Bishop reached 52 runs when he was caught by Hurley in the extra cover area. St. Catherine were all out for 154.
Defending knock out champions, Da Costa Mannings Police were dealt their first defeat for the 2004 series when they lost by 23 runs to United Insurance Carlton.
Half centuries from Kurt Wilkinson and the in form Dale Richards Carlton registered 251 for the loss of five wickets from their allotted 50 overs. Captain Shirley Clarke also chipped in with an unbeaten 41 runs from 31 balls, while Kirk Gibson scored 38 runs.
Ryan Willoughby was the only lawman to capture more than one wicket, as he finished with figures of two wickets for 53 runs from his ten overs.
In pursuit of the target the lawmen suffered a minor set back when they lost an early wicket with only eight runs on the board. However, Dwayne Yearwood (49), S. Proverbs (20) and Edison Rock (59) tried to consolidate the Police innings. However, a lower order collapse trigged the beginning of the end for Police as they would eventually be bowled out for 223 runs from 46.5 overs.
Seen here Maple fielder Ricky Waldron catching Dayne Maynard.
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