Brooklyn Cricket League
Imperial vs Middlesex CC
On 7/13, Imperial vs Middlesex CC at Marine Park A. Imperial won the toss and took first strike. Imperial Scored a commendable 253/4 from 35 overs, former Jamaica youth player, Derval Green produced a chancy century, a brilliant 129.
It was a well compose inning, he played the ball to all parts of the field, he mixed aggression with sound defense, his inning came to an end, when he was brilliantly caught by Devan Passley off Dominic Audain. Jason Nelson batted responsible for a well compose 53 not out, former Jamaica player Dixieth Palmer a quick fire 30, and former St.Vincent and Windwards batsman, Hyron Shallow 27.
Bowling for Middlesex, Jacob Emmanuel 7/0/31/1, Dominic Audain 7/0/38/1, Devan Passley 5/0/52/1, Mark Audain 7/0/66/1, Middlesex playing with 9 players, was handicapped, and Imperial capitalized on all the holes in the field. Middlesex could only managed 126 all out, St.Vincent and Windwards batsman, Donwell Hector produced a stroke filled classical 60 (5 x 4), bowling for Imperial, Skipper Orlando Mofford 7/0/28/3, free agent, Denis John Crow Evans 7/1/29/2, Shaddy Khan the veteran left arm spinner 7/0/48/2, his scalps included the father and son combination, first was Mark Audain, brilliantly caught at the wicket by wicket keeper Jason Nelson, then he clean bowled Dominic Audain, going for a big hit and playing around a flighted delivery, Byron Mar picked up the other wicket for 4 runs. Imperial winning by 127 runs.
Middlesex vs Wanderers
On 7/14, Middlesex vs Wanderers at Marine Park C, Middlesex won the toss and took first strike. Middlesex 174 all out from 34 overs, Skipper Mark Audain, batted responsible for a well-played patient 49 (7 x 4 ), good support came from vice-captain, Rod Michael with 20 and Tegana McKenzie 20, was the main contributors. Bowling for Wanderers, Grenada national player, A. Alexis, 5/0/12/3 bowling his off spin, Rawl Jackman 3/0/13/1, Ranadah McPherson 8/2/26/1, George Sutherland 8/0/35/1, and Jahwanzah Young 6/0/47/1.
Wanderers 172 all out, A. Alexis topped scored with 38, L. Maison 26, and David Anthony 21 was the main contributors. Wanderers needing 7 runs from the last over of the inning, 1 wicket in hand, Middlesex Skipper produced a brilliant over, trapping Ranadah McPherson plumb LBW for 1, it was a nail biting finish, once of the most exciting match of the season in the BCL.
Bowling for Middlesex, former USA under 19 fast bowler, Dominic Audain 8/033/3, Sherwin Bazil 4/0/12/2, Donwell Hector bowling his off spin, 8/0/31/1, Kavir Singh 6/0/28/1, and Mark Audain 8/0/35/1. Middlesex winning by 2 runs.