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SVGCC Semi T10 To Be decided

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Sports Columnist, Robertson Henry

South Windward, Jules Anthony Future Legends, and BSS Warriors claimed the remaining three semifinal places of the 2021 St. Vincent and the Grenadines Commuinty College Invitational Super 8s Ten10 Cricket competition when the preliminary round ended on Wednesday December 08, 2021.

South Windward eased into the semifinals as group one winners after recording a comfortable 53-runwin over the Division of Technical and Vocational Education.

South Windward were dismissed for 108 in 6.3 overs after batting first. Zevron Bobb top scored with 30, while Tshakif Patterson picked up 3 for 40 with the ball for DTVE.

In reply DTVE could only manage 55 all out in 9 overs, as Patterson returned with the bat to stroke 33. The chief destroyer of the DTVE innings was Kyle Bobb who bagged 4 for 18 bowling for South Windward.

Jules Anthony Future Legends condemned the Division of Technical and Vocational Education to their second defeat on the day and in doing so will play in Thursday’s semifinals. It was an innings of 62 not out by Kalique Bowens that rescued the Legends from 34 for 5 to eventually post 94 for 6 in their 10 overs.

Marlon Williams 3 for 25 and Bradley Abraham 2 for 17 did the early damage for DTVE. In reply DTVE faulted and were dismissed for 34 in 7 overs. Ozaid Edwards orchestrated their demise with figures of 4 for 11 in 2 overs.
In the third match up of the day, BSS Warriors stormed into their maiden semifinals with a pleasing 22-runwin over the Jules Anthony Future Stars. The BSS Warriors posted 87 for 5 in their 10 overs due to a 3rd wicket partnership of 62 between Kirk Hamlett 38 andd Eric Richardson 20 not out.

Claudius Robertson 3 for 15 and a fiery spell by Kirtney Franklyn, 2 for 25, were the best bowlers for the Stars.

The Stars were however strangled in their reply, reaching only 40 from seven overs to eventually end on 65 for 4 when their overs ran out. Watson Seaton 1 for 8 from 3 overs and Jorden Charles 1 for 10 from his 3 overs bowled splendidly for the Warriors.

Robertson Henry

Robertson Henry

Robertson S. Henry is a multi-time award winning sports journalist from Saint Lucia, currently residing in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. His coverage of sporting events both locally and regionally, not just landed him the Sports Journalist of the Year Award on numerous occasions, but recognition from the International Olympic Committee in 2005.

Henry began his fulltime career in journalism with the now defunct Crusader Newspaper in 1994, and worked with the Voice Newspaper until 2007. He established the sports website sportcaraibe, and believes “sports is the fourth pillar in the socio-economic development of the Caribbean.”

Henry has also produced work for a number of regional newspapers including the Trinidad Guardian, Stabroek Newspaper of Guyana, and in 2010 did a photo-shoot of Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke for the Australian Herald.


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