Nurse Slams Century For Cosmos
the religious tent pitched in the Northern end of the wicket, a resurrected
and otherwise explosive Nurse -a very talented young player- showed
that he has the potential to concentrate and occupy the wicket when
required. He remained focused throughout, even though, he was the
unfortunate candidate of dubious umpire decisions in the earlier matches
with scores of 88, 76, 65. He reached the boundary with fourteen exquisitely
executed fours through cover point and the mid-wicket region and a
towering six over mid off in his 74 balls inning of 122 runs.
On a wicket that
offered some bounce for the bowlers, it was always going to be difficult
for this opposition and that proved to be an uphill climb for Jamexpol
in their reply. Kevin Darlington's pace was evidence too good for
the batsman’s edge, instead, he dismantled the woodwork with
2 for 24, while Sham Ali kept the wicket-keeper and the slips cordon
awake as he swung his way back with 3 for 22.
It was a Cosmos victory for the record books. Winning by 303 runs is the highest margin of victory by a team in the Metropolitan Cricket League. Cosmos will play River Valley next Sunday at Floyd Bennett.
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