Warwick Academy won the Bermuda School Sports Federation/Bermuda Cricket Board Middle School Boys Super 8 Cricket Tournament with a victory over The Whitney Institute Middle School at the National Sports Center North Field.
Warwick won the toss in the final and sent Whitney into bat. Whitney found runs hard to come by and only managed 28 runs in their allotted overs. Zydon Lightbourn-Furbert was the pick of the bowlers taking two wickets in his maiden over. Mehki Wilson was the top scorer for Whitney with 7 runs. Warwick easily crossed their target in less than three overs for no loss. Max Kimberly did most of the damage scoring 26 off of nine balls. Kimberly had two sixes and 3 fours leading Warwick to the title.
Warwick Academy defeated Saltus in their Semi-Final battle after chasing down their target of 42 in less than six overs. Alasdair Cooper led Saltus with 10 runs while Lightbourn-Francis and Logan Jones each took a wicket with maiden overs. Warwick opener Thomas McBain was the leading Warwick scorer with 13 while Kimberly chipped in with 10. Cooper took three wickets for two runs in his over. Whitney defeated Sandys Secondary Middle School to reach the final. Sandys batted first and scored 46 runs led by Kruz Iris with 24 runs. Whitney crossed their target with 12 balls to spare behind a solid knock of 22 runs from Amari Davis
Sandys went on to defeat Saltus in a high-scoring affair in the third-place match. Saezhjor Dent led Saltus with 34 runs. Curtis Jackson Jr chipped in with 26 and Isaac Todd 20 but it wasnít enough to defeat Sandys who replied with 102 runs. Shannon Smith led Sandys with 30 runs while Riley Martin added 16 and Iris 13.