Sandys claim top honours
Sandys Secondary Middle School defeated Whitney Institute Middle School in a thrilling final of the Bermuda School Sports Federation Super 8 cricket tournament.
Whitney batted first and scored 49 runs, Lazai Outerbridge top scoring 26 runs. Sealey gave Whitney a great start taking three wickets in the first over. Keyni Simmons led the West Enders to victory with 15.
Sandys defeated TN Tatem in an enthralling battle in the semi-final. Tatem batted first and scored 95, with Kezie Richardson and Tristan Davis both scoring 31. Eijaz Shakir and Najee Edwards led the chase with 30 runs each. Whitney defeated Somersfield Academy in the other semi-final. Whitney posted 72, Outerbridge scoring 24. Hunter Outerbridge led Somersfield’s chase with 24 but they fell short, finishing on 60.
Dellwood won the Middle School Girls’ Super 8 tournament with a dramatic win over Warwick Academy. Warwick batted first and posted 61. Warwick were led by Tayla Horan with 23 runs. Dellwood reached the total with a ball to spare without losing a wicket. Chance Godwin and K’Xiyae Gibbons both scored 21 runs.
In the other semi-final Dellwood defeated Sandys, who batted first and posted 71. Dellwood reached their target for no loss in five overs, with Godwin and Gibbons both hitting 32.
Warwick edged past Saltus Grammar School in the other semi-final. Saltus batted first and posted 57.
Jailyn Boddington and Carolyn Driscoll both scored ten for Saltus. Tayla Horan helped Warwick reach their target with 32.
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