Chandrapaul Roopnarine of Middlesex. Photos by Mark Audain

Brooklyn Cricket League
On 5/31/14 at Marine Park A, Middlesex won by default because only five players turned up for last year BCL triple Champions first match of the season.

Cavaliers vs Queensbury
On 5/31/14 at Marine Park C, Cavaliers vs Queensbury, Cavaliers won the toss and ask Queensbury to take first strike. Queensbury scored 171 all out from 29 overs. K. Lewis 37, Marcus Bethel 33 not out, Neptune 25. Bowling for Cavaliers, Selwyn Cain 8 overs, 37 runs, 4 wickets, St. Vincent and Windward Islands fast bowler Darnley Grant 6 overs, 34 runs, 1 wicket.
Cavaliers 149 all out from 29 overs. James Sewell 26, Richie Ruplal 18, and Mahendra Koblal 18. Bowling for Queensbury, J. Warrick 7.4 overs, 25 runs, 2 wickets, Andy Douglas 5 overs, 25 runs, 2 wickets and Bruno Henry 5 overs, 17 runs, 1 wicket.
Queensbury winning by 22 runs.

Cavaliers vs Imperial
On 6/01/14 at Marine Park C, Cavaliers won the toss and elect to take first strike, Cavaliers 154 for 8 from 28 overs, Darnly Grant 36, Ezekiel Williams 26.
Bowling for Imperial, H. Khan 8 overs, 28 runs, 2 wickets, Orlando Mofford 6 overs, 18 runs, 2 wickets.

McNevin Ogarro during his knock of 48.

Brooklyn Stars vs Queensbury
On 6/01/14 at Marine Park A, Brooklyn Stars 48 all out, bowling for Queensbury, Bruno Henry 4 overs, 6 runs, 4 wickets, J. Warrick 4 overs, 6 runs, 2 wickets, and A. Lewis 4 overs, 7 runs, 2 wickets. Queensbury 48 for 4 wickets, J. Warrick 22 not out and A. Lewis 15 not out. Queensbury winning by 6 wickets.

Middlesex vs Diplomats
On 6/01/14 at Seaview Ave, Middlesex vs Diplomats, Middlesex won the toss and elect to take first strike, Middlesex 208/8 from 33 overs, McNevin Ogarro topped scored with a career best responsible 48, Chandrapaul Roopnarine a well composed 41, and Imomal Hasan on debut a classy 29.

Bowling for Diplomats, K. Persaud 8 overs, 47 runs, 3 wickets, Milton Pydanna 1 over, 10 runs, 1 wicket, Gavin Smith 8 overs, 2 maidens, 32 runs, 1 wicket, Brandon Boodoo 5 overs, 28 runs, 1 wicket, and D. Allen 6 overs, 45 runs, and 1 wicket.

Diplomats was skittle out for a mere 70 runs, captain Mark Audain produced a lively spell of fast medium bowling which ripped the heart out of Diplomats top order, 7 overs, 23 runs, 3 wickets, off spinner Rod Michael got bounce and turn and produced 3 overs, 11 runs, 3 wickets, and George Sutherland an economical spell, 7 overs, 2 maidens, 12 runs, 1 wicket.

Middlesex winning by 138 runs.

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