The ICC Americas Under 19 Tournament, Western & Central Counties as well as Bermuda Cricket Board Premier Division matches took center stage this past weekend and as Islandstats.com has been doing for a number of years, we are bringing you a look at the top performers of the weekend.
In the batting department Dion Stovell from the Southampton Rangers had the best knock of the weekend scoring 154 not out against Cleveland County in their Premier Division match, while his teammate Janeiro Tucker scored 112 not out against PHC during their Western County match and OJ Pitcher from St. Davidís Cricket Club scored 104 in their game against Flattís Victoria.
Lamont Brangman from Devonshire Recreation Club returned best figures of 7.0-1-23-4, while figures of 10.-2-36-4 saw Kevin Hurdle representing St. Davidís Cricket Club record the second best figures of the weekend. Chare Smith from the Bermuda Under 19 National Team had the third best figures for the weekend bowling 10-0-43-4.
154* Dion Stovell Ė Southampton Rangers 112* Janeiro Tucker Ė Southampton Rangers 104 OJ Pitcher Ė St. Davidís Cricket Club ..93 Curtis Jackson Ė Southampton Rangers ..86 Ajuan Lamb - Devonshire Recreation Club ..76 Mohak Buch Ė United States of America ..66 Brian Hall Ė Western Stars ..62 Makai Young Ė Western Stars ..52 Logan Phillips Ė Flattís Victoria ..51 Janeiro Tucker Ė Southampton Rangers
7.0-1-23-4 Lamont Brangman - Devonshire Recreation Club 10.-2-36-4 Kevin Hurdle - St. Davidís Cricket Club 10.-0-43-4 Chare Smith Ė Bermuda Under 19 National Team 10.-2-45-4 Derrick Brangman - Southampton Rangers 7.0-1-25-3 Keifer Phill Ė United States of America 10.-0-28-3 Ryan Belboda - Southampton Rangers 6.0-0-29-3 Jaden Manders - Western Stars 10.-2-30-3 Derrick Brangman - Southampton Rangers 7.0-0-33-3 Vernon Eve - Southampton Rangers 9.2-1-34-3 Naquan Smith - Western Stars 9.0-1-37-3 Delray Rawlins Ė Bermuda Under 19 National Team
Sunday, July 05, 2015
ICC Americas Tournament Day One
Mohak Buch in action
Bermuda Go Down by 136 Runs
United States of America 255 Bermuda 119
United States of America batted first and scored 255 all out I their 50 overs, with Mohak Buch their top scorer with 76 off 83 deliveries. He hit 14 fours in his inning, Chare Smith was the pick of the Bermuda bowlers returning figures of 10-0-43-4, Delray Rawlins chipped in with figures of 9-1-37-3.
In reply Bermuda was bowled out for 119, Smith was the top scorer with 28 batting at number 10, he hit five fours and one six in his inning, but it was the bowling of Keifer Phill that led the United States of America to victory returning figures of 7-1-25-3.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA INNING
..76 (83) Mohak Buch LBW Jordan Smith ..37 (69) Yadunandan Polisetty c Saníj Dill b Jordan Smith ..24 (42) Srihari Dasarathy c Jordan Smith b Chare Smith ..04 (11) Sagar Patel LBW Chare Smith ..23 (26) Kushal Ganji b Chare Smith ..11 (24) Gauranshu Sharma b Chare Smith ..13 (08) Alexander Shoff b Micah Simons ..07 (24) Chetram Persaud c Saníj Dill b Delray Rawlins ..01 (04) Keifer Phill c Jordan Smith b Delray Rawlins ..09 (10) Karan Patel Not Out ..00 (01) Sahil Patel b Delray Rawlins ..50 Extras (10d-4lb-34w-2nb) 255 Total All Out after 50 overs
8.0-0-35-1 Micah Simons 10.-0-43-4 Chare Smith 6.0-0-38-0 Charles Trott 1.0-0-06-0 Alex Dore 9.0-1-37-3 Delray Rawlins 8.0-0-40-2 Jordan Smith 2.0-0-12-0 Nzari Paynter 6.0-0-30-0 Isaiah Richardson
..01 (02) Jahnoi Bean-Wilson c Keifer Phill ..01 (06) Nzari Paynter b Karan Patel ..05 (22) Alex Dore c Yadunandan Polisetty b Keifer Phill ..05 (16) Jordan Smith LBW Karan Patel ..10 (16) Delray Rawlins b Chetram Persaud ..14 (21) Azende Furbert c & b Sahil Patel ..00 (04) Saníj Dill b Keifer Phill ..12 (14) Isaiah Richardson LBW Alexander Shoff ..06 (07) Charles Trott b Alexander Shoff ..28 (18) Chare Smith c Srihari Dasarathy b Sahil Patel ..00 (11) Micah Simons Not Out ..37 Extras (5b-4lb-24w-4nb) 119 Total All Out after 22.3 overs
7.0-1-25-3 Keifer Phill 4.0-0-16-2 Karan Patel 3.0-0-26-1 Chetram Persaud 4.3-1-27-2 Sahil Patel 3.0-1-09-2 Alexander Shoff 1.0-0-07-0 M Buch
Sunday, July 05, 2015
Premier Division Round Up
Dion Stovell in Action
Southampton Rangers Win by 164 Runs
Southampton Rangers 303/4 Cleveland County 139
At the Southampton Oval, the Southampton Rangers won the toss and elected to bat, they scored 303/4 in their allotted 50 overs. Dion Stovell was the top scorer with 154 not out, while Janeiro Tucker added 51. Dennis Musson Jr. was the pick of the Cleveland County bowlers with figures of 10-3-45-2.
In reply Cleveland County were bowled out for 139, Clay Darrell was the top scorer with 36, while Treadwell Gibbons added 35. Derrick Brangman led the Southampton Rangers bowling attack with figures of 10-2-30-3, while Vernon Eve bowled 7-0-33-3.
Saturday, July 04, 2015
Western & Central County & Premier Division Round Up
Southampton Rangers Retain the Western County Cup
Southampton Rangers Win by 252 Runs
Southampton Rangers 365/6 PHC 113
At the Southampton Oval, PHC won the toss and elected to send the Champions to bat, Southampton Rangers scored 365/6 in their allotted 50 overs. Captain Janeiro Tucker was the top scorer with 112 not out, his runs came off 64 deliveries that included 15 fours and 6 sixes. Curtis Jackson chipped in with 93 runs, Ellsworth bean was the pick of the PHC bowlers returning figures of 10-1-41-2.
In reply PHC were all out for 113 runs, Marcus Simmons was the top scorer batting at number 9, he hit 3 fours and 1 six in his 25 ball 33 minute knock of 25, Bean added 20. Derrick Brangman was the pick of the Southampton Rangers bowlers with figures of 10-2-45-4, while Ryan Belboda bowled 10-0-28-3.
Western Stars Retain the Central County Cup
Western Stars Win by 2 Wickets
Devonshire Recreation Club 200 Western Stars 202/8
At the St. Johnís Field this match went down to the wire, with Cup Holder Western Stars able to pull off the win, Devonshire Recreation Club won the toss and elected to bat, they were all out for 200 after 49.2 overs. Ajuan Lamb was the Devonshire Recreation Club top scorer with 86, Jaden Manders was the pick of the Western Stars bowlers with figures of 6-0-29-3, while Naquan Smith bowled 9.2-1-34-3.
In reply Western Stars scored 204/8 in 38.1 overs, Brian Hall was the top scorer with 66, while Makai Young added 62, Lamont Brangman was the pick of the Devonshire Recreation Club bowlers with figures of 7-1-23-4.
St. Davidís Cricket Club Win by 99 Runs
St. Davidís Cricket Club 252/6 Flattís Victoria 153
At Lordís in St. Davidís, St. Davidís Cricket Club batted first and scored 252/6, Captain OJ Pitcher was the top scorer with 104, while McLaren Lowe added 41. Wendell White was the pick of the Flattís Victoria bowlers with figures of 5-1-16-2.
In reply Flattís Victoria were bowled all out for 153, Logan Phillips was the top scorer with 52, while Kevin Hurdle returned bowling figures of 10-2-36-4 to lead the St. Davidís Cricket Club bowling attack.
Friday, July 03, 2015
Suriname Out of Under 19 Tournament
The ICC Americas U19 Championship gets underway in Bermuda on Sunday July 5th, with the winner progressing to the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup, which will be held in Bangladesh from January 22nd to February 13th, 2016. The side that finishes second in Bermuda will participate in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, whose dates and venue will be announced in due course.
Apart from the host, Canada and the USA will take part in the competition, which will conclude on 12 July and has been reduced to a three-side competition following Surinameís withdrawal after failing to secure transit visas for its players.
Bermuda, Canada and the USA will play each other in the first round and will carry forward their points into the second round where these sides will again play against each other. The side that tops the table will qualify for the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016, while the second-placed side will feature in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier.
Besides playing in the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2016, the winning side from the Bermuda tournament will also feature in the West Indies Cricket Boardís U19 tournament, which will be held later this year in Jamaica. This tournament will provide an excellent opportunity to the side to launch its preparations for the Bangladesh tournament, which is considered as a finishing school for future stars.
South Africa will defend its ICC U19 Cricket World Cup title, it won in Dubai last year. The tournament will be completed by the 10 Full Member, which have qualified directly, and six Members below the Full Members. To date, three sides have qualified for the tournament proper. These are: Afghanistan (winner of ACC U19 Premier League), Namibia (winner of ICC Africa U19 Championship Division One) and Fiji (winner EAP U19 Cricket Trophy).
The remaining three sides will emerge from the Bermuda and the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier as well as the ICC U19 Europe Championship.
Nepal, Papua New Guinea (PNG) and Uganda have already qualified for the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifier and will be joined by the second-placed sides from the Americas and Europe region tournaments.
ICC Americas Under 19 Tournament Schedule Ė All Matches begin and 11am
Sunday July 5th @ Somerset Cricket Club - USA v Bermuda Monday July 6th @ Lordís - Canada v Bermuda Tuesday July 7th@ Somerset Cricket Club - Canada v USA Wednesday July 8th - Rain/Reserve Day Round 2 Thursday July 9th@ Lordís - Bermuda vs USA Friday July 10th @ Somerset Cricket Club - USA v Canada Saturday July 11th@ Lordís - Bermuda v Canada Sunday July 12th - Rain/Reserve Day