Diplomats VS Brooklyn Stars
On Saturday August 7th at Marine Park, Diplomats VS Brooklyn Stars. Diplomats batted first and scored 304 for 4, Francis Mendonca continue his fine season with a brilliant 101, Captain Selwyn Smith finally got some runs, made a well played 69, the reliable Tonio McKenzie made a polished 52. Brooklyn Stars was skittled out for a meager 59 runs, bowling for Diplomats, swing bowling allrounder Francis Mendonca did the double by scoring a century and taking 5/34 from 6.5 overs, this is a rear performance in any form of cricket, Arlin Hinds 2/2 from 2 overs. Diplomats winning by 252 runs.

Francis Mendonca star with the bat and ball for Diplomats. Photos by Shiek Mohamed.

Gregory Anthony of Grenada scored a superb 109 not out against Queensbury.

Middlesex VS Jinnah
On Saturday August 7th at Seaview and 108 Street, Middlesex VS Jinnah, Middlesex won the toss and batted first. Middlesex 195 all out from 38 overs, Joseph Ledwridge topped scored with a well compile and classy 65, good support came from the reliable Treldon Mc Millan with a patient and responsible innings, he made 36 not out, and Jacob Emmanuel with a typical aggressive 25. Bowling for Jinnah, Ali 3/37 for 7 overs, and Junaid 2/41 from 7 overs. Jinnah 150 all out from 31.5 overs, Junaid topped score with a patient 38, Jahanzeb with a classy 33, Ata Khan with an aggressive 30, and Kamran Khan with 21. Bowling for Middlesex, Oneil Powell 2/0 from 1 over, former West Indies fast bowler Adam Sanford 2/19 from 5.5 overs, former USA under 19 Speedster Dominic Audain 2/38 from 6 overs, Joseph Ledwridge 1/15 from 3 overs, and Mark Audain 1/30 from 7 overs. Middlesex winning by 45 runs.

Grenada VS Queensbury
On Sunday August 8th at Marine Park, Grenada VS Queensbury. Grenada batted first and scored 291 for 4, Gregory Anthony continue his prolific season with another Century109 Not Out, Lindy Richards smash an aggressive 79, and the veteran Casper Davis chipped in with 33. Bowling for Queensbury, Iva Martin 2/33 from 7 overs, T.Sandiford 1/38 from 6 overs, and Vin Fraser 1/22 from 2 overs. When Queensbury batted, they were bowled out for 129, Iva Martin topped scored with a well played 79, bowling for Grenada, Veteran left arm spinner Leroy Peters 5/38 from 6 overs. Grenada winning by 162 runs.

Emperial VS Challengers
On Sunday August 8th at Marine Park, Emperial VS Challengers. Challengers 268 for 9 from 33 overs, Ahmed Gulzar hit a magnificent 141, bowling for Emperial, off spinner Jerry Muzaid 2/38 from 5 overs, Trison Carmichael 2/34 from 7 overs. Emperial 244 for 9 from 33 overs, Orient Bostic made a polished 65, former Leeward Islands player Jason Williams made a well organized 56, and former Windward Islands batsman Kester Sylvester, a typical classy 46. Bowling for Challengers, left arm spinner Asim 5/43 from 7 overs, and Jameel Shah 2/52 from 7 overs. Challengers winning by 24 runs.

Diplomats VS Cavaliers

On Sunday August 8th at Seaview and 108 street, Diplomats VS Cavaliers. Diplomats claim the toss and batted first, at the end of their alotted 38 overs, Diplomats 282 for 5, Arlin Hinds topped scored with a magnificent 110 not out, good support came from the consistent Francis Mendonca with a well played 59, Tonio Mc Kenzie continue his fine batting form this season with another business like 53 runs, Kevin Charles chipped in with 20. Cavaliers were skittle out for 96, swings bowling allrounder Francis Mendonca was the picked of the bowlers with 4/24 from 6 overs, including the Prize wicket of former USA and Windward Island batsman Albert Teixeira clean bowled from a yorker, which took the three stumps out of the ground, Arlin Hinds, Carlos Bachu, Andre Kirton and Gavin Smith got one wicket a piece respectively. Diplomats winning by 186 runs.


1 Comment

  1. cutty says:

    Keep it up Diplomats Dean make some runs.