Brooklyn Cricket League
Diplomats vs Queensbury

Elliotte Bedessee had match figures of 4 for 36.

On Sunday 22nd June, Diplomats vs Queensbury Diplomats made 239 for 8:  Arline Hinds 77, 16 year old Archibald Brydon from Middlesex, England 62, Gavin Smith 21. Bowling for Queensbury, K. Lewis 7 overs, 22 runs, 3 wickets, Cujoe 4 overs, 30 runs, 3 wickets.
Queensbury made 192/9, K. Lewis 44, Jimmy Warrick 37, and Joseph Shortt 21. Bowling for Diplomats, Romario Neil 7 overs, 32 runs, 3 wickets, Elliotte Bedessee 5 overs, 36 runs, 4 wickets, and Gavin Smith 7 overs, 22 runs, 1 wicket.
Diplomats won by 47 runs.

Cavaliers vs Middlesex CC
On June 21 st at Marine Park C, Cavaliers vs Middlesex CC, Cavaliers won the toss and took first strike. Cavaliers was dismissed for 89 runs from 16 overs, Ezekiel Williams topped scored with 15 runs, and Tony Francis 13 was the only other batsman to get into double figures.

Foster Lewis of Emperial struck an elegant 143 against Middlesex.

Bowling for Middlesex CC. Kavir Singh produced a fine spell of swing bowling causing the initial broke through, picked up 3/15 from 3 overs, Denva Passley former Jamaica youth fast bowler, bowled with pace and hostility produce figures 3/14 from 5 overs, young Bangladeshi swing bowler, Saqif Muntasir 2/19 from 3 overs, and Leon Hyde an economical 2/12 from 3 overs.

Middlesex CC 91 runs for no lost from 15.2 overs. Jamaica under 19 player Rashane Manning produced a stroke filled and well composed 54 not out (9 x 4s, 1 x 6), he was supported by the diminutive Treldon McMillan a patience 18 not out, Middlesex winning by 10 wickets.

Diplomats vs Emperial
On June 21st at Seaview Ave, Diplomats vs Emperial. Diplomats 232 for 9, Shaquille Williams 77, Gavin Smith former Guyana youth player 37 not out, Romario Neil 32 not out, Archibald Brydon 22.
Bowling for Emperial, Shadi Khan 2/48 from 8 overs.
Emperial 177 all out, captain Foster Lewis topped scored with 33, Peter Haywood 29.
Bowling for Diplomats, Shaquille Williams 4/42 from 8 overs, left arm spinner Gavin Smith 3/28 from 8 overs, Archibald Brydon 2/45 from 6 overs.
Diplomats winning by 55 runs.

Rashane Manning and Treldon McMillan walks to the middle.

Middlesex vs Emperial
On June 22nd at Seaview Ave, Middlesex vs Emperial. Emperial won the toss and elected to take first strike, Middlesex playing with 8 players. Emperial starting badly losing Tanvir Sami, brilliantly caught by Mark Audain off Chandrapaul Roopnarine for 9 runs, next to go was A. Chaudhery played across the line and trapped LBW for 0 by Alston Bacchus. Captain Foster Lewis joined the young Bjore Brown and produced a 161 runs 3rd wicket partnership. Bjore Brown was the next to go, clean bowled, his leg stump knocked back by Mark Audain, R. Jones came and went clean bowled by Mark Audain his middle stump went for a walk, Don Parris joined Captain Lewis and produce a 79 runs 5th wicket partnership. Foster Lewis inning came to an end at 143, magnificently played runs, he was trapped LBW to Mark Audain playing across a full pitch delivery (18 x 4, 1 x 6), Don Parris was the next to go for a quick fire 40 runs, he was clean bowled by Mark Audain, the middle stump cartwheeling. Emperial 300 for 6 wickets from 32 overs at the allotted time.
bowling for Middlesex CC, Captain Mark Audain, 8 overs, 69 runs, 4 wickets, Chandrapaul Roopnarine, 5 overs, 31 runs, 1 wicket, Alston Bacchus 6 overs, 70 runs, 1 wicket. Middlesex CC openers, Captain Mark Audain and Alston Bacchus producing 130 opening partnership in 9 overs. Captain Mark Audain an elegant, gun blazing, stroke filled 62 runs from 48 balls (7 x 4s, 2 x 6s), Alston Bacchus a well composed 40 runs (3 x 4s), after the two openers went, both batsmen clean bowled by Tanvir Sami quicker top spinner delivery, Middlesex inning collapse to 165 runs all out, Kavir Singh showing his class with a stylish 20 not out.
Bowling for Emperial, Mirza Ayub a brilliant spell of quick medium bowling produced 3.5 overs, 11 runs, 4 wickets, Tanvir Sami 8 overs, 54 runs, 2 wickets. Emperial winning by 135 runs.

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