BCB Academy and Renegades still unbeaten
Unbeaten BCB Academy and Renegades continue to set the pace in the Evening Cricket League with three victories apiece, but The Associates were denied the chance of staying with them when their game against PHC was rained out.
The BCB teenagers, who are top by virtue of a superior net run rate, thrashed bottom club KPMG by ten wickets after restricting their opponents to 65 for seven, Logan Jones and Kahzi Sealey knocking off the runs with 39 not out and 20 not out respectively.
Riaan Engelbrecht’s 51 and opener Ryan Miller’s 35 pushed Renegades to 130 for five en route to a 31-run victory over CV Chargers, who could manage only 99 for six in reply. Jarryd Dillas took two for 38 for the losers.
Opener Rohaan Simons guided High Flyaz to a seven-wicket victory with an unbeaten 44 in his side’s 80 for three after limiting Fine Leg Byes to 79 for six, with David Gibbons making 31 and Rowan Ramotar taking two for 21.
But High Flyaz came a cropper against PHC, losing by 60 runs, as this week’s round of matches got under way at Shelly Bay.
PHC, who have won two of their four games, piled up 144 for five from their 16 overs after electing to bat, thanks largely to Matthew Fullerton’s 40 and 35 from Antoine Russell, Devonne Simmons taking two for 45 and Corey Berkeley two for 48.
High Flyaz found the target well beyond them, closing on 84 for three, with Courtney Trott finishing 26 not out as Charles Symonds picked up two for 18 from his four overs.
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