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Manders blasts highest score of season

Bailey’s Bay 323-7Tre Manders blasted the season’s highest individual score to guide Bailey’s Bay to an emphatic 194-run victory over PHC in a lopsided Logic 50-over affair at Sea Breeze Oval.

PHC 129 all out

Manders hammered 170 runs during his 128-ball innings that contained 14 sixes and as many fours.

The early order bat dominated two partnerships that put the match well beyond PHC’s reach, adding 113 runs for the second wicket with Sinclair Smith (44) and a further 135 with Terryn Fray (33) for the third.

Manders, who was dropped twice, achieved his century off exactly one hundred balls. He reached the milestone after dispatching off spinner Che Jennings to the midwicket fence for four.

PHC were costly in the field, leaking 34 extras that included 24 wides and eight no balls.

Kevin Showers (2-54) and Cal Waldron (2-67) were PHC’s most successful bowlers.

In reply to Bay’s massive target, PHC came up well short with Jelani Albouy (41 not out), Ellsworth Bean (32) and Kevin Dill (18) accounting for the bulk of the visitors’ runs before they were dismissed in the 32nd over.

At one stage PHC were 61-1 before losing their remaining wickets for the addition of 69 runs.

Manders capped a fine all-round display by taking 3-25 with his leg breaks from 9.4 overs that included three maidens while seamer Burton Outerbridge seized 3-25.

Southampton Rangers 324-6

Somerset Bridge 57 all out

Janeiro Tucker produced a fine all round display to inspire Southampton Rangers to an emphatic 258-run victory over Western Counties rivals Somerset Bridge at Southampton Oval.

The veteran all-rounder stroked a boundary filled half-century and then claimed three wickets as Rangers had things all their own way against Bridge who were forced to field first after showing up late for the coin toss and then penalised 30 runs for a slow over bowling rate.

Bridge opening bowling pair Noel Woods and Donnie Charles made the early breakthrough with the new ball to reduce Rangers to13 for 3 before Tucker and Derrick Brangman came to the rescue via a 134-run fourth wicket partnership. Tucker struck nine fours and three sixes in his top knock of 73 from 62 deliveries while Brangman gathered six fours in his knock of 58 from 52 balls.

Rangers also received solid support lower down the order with Kwame Tucker (58) and Ian Armstrong (42) adding 76 for the sixth wicket.

Charles was Bridge’s best bowler with figures of two for 16 while Woods took two for 34.

Bridge’s target was revised to 315 after ten overs were lost to rain.

But any thoughts the visitors might have had of an upstaging their hosts were ruthlessly crushed as they folded in just 24.4 overs.

Rangers skipper Dion Stovell (4-3) and all-rounder Tucker (3-24) inflicted the heaviest damage with the ball. Left -arm spinner Brangman (2-11) and seamer Kevin Tucker (2-14) took two wickets apiece.

Opening bat Ezekiel Greenwood (23) was the only Bridge batsman in double figures.

Devonshire Rec 132 all out

St David’s 136-5

League leaders St David’s kept their unbeaten streak intact after recording a five -wicket victory against Devonshire at Devonshire Rec in a match reduced to 28 overs due to a wet pitch.

Seamers George O’Brien Jr (3-31) and OJ Pitcher (3-21) claimed six wickets between them to restrict the home team to a modest total after they were sent into bat.

The Islanders were razor sharp in he field, executing three run-outs to keep the pressure on the batsmen.

Steven Bremar Jr topped Devonshire’s batting, stroking 48 from 60 balls that included five fours and a six.

Lemar Caines and Kaneik Wallen chipped in with 26 and 12 respectively before Devonshire’s innings ended in the 28th over.

St David’s made a sluggish start to their run chase, losing their first three wickets for 42 runs before a 65-run fourth wicket stand between Rudell Pitcher and skipper OJ Pitcher put the visitors back on track.

Rudell Pitcher smashed 43 from 30 balls that included four fours and three sixes while OJ Pitcher struck four fours in his knock of 31 from 50 deliveries.

Sammy Robinson (one not out) and Delyone Borden (nine not out) saw St David’s to victory via an unbroken eight run sixth wicket stand.

Borden ended the match in style, smashing off-spinner Bremar over the midwicket boundary for six.

Kenny Phillips (2-24) led Devonshire’s bowling attack.

Flatts 105 all outWestern Stars made light work of Flatts at Lords.

Western Stars 107-2

Starts defeated their hosts by eight-wickets to savour a second league win of the season.

Off-spinner Raymond Butterfield (4-15) and seamer Seth Campbell (3-41) claimed seven wickets between them as Flatts were dismissed for a paltry total in 22.4 overs after being asked to bat.

Kijuan Franks (27) and James Celestine (20) were the only Flatts batsmen in double figures.

A one stage the hosts were 35-1 before their batsmen completely lost the plot.

Stars raced to victory in 16.1 overs, with Ryan Tyrell (25), Brian Hall (20) and Dano Outerbridge (23 not out) leading the run chase.

The visitors were never in trouble in their reply, with Outerbridge and Rohan Davis (16) anchoring the team to victory via an unbroken 35 run third wicket stand.

Seamer Franks (1-17) and left -arm spinner Vernon Eve (1-20) were the pick of Flatts’ bowling.

Warwick 213-9Cleveland were forced to sweat it out before coming away with a narrow two-wicket victory against winless Warwick at Wellington Oval.

Cleveland 214-8

Chasing 214 for victory, Cleveland found themselves in deep trouble at 115 for 7 before a 78 -run eighth wicket partnership between Makai Young (42 not out) and Allan Douglas Jr (12) carried the hosts to the brink of victory.

Young and Mackih McGowan (18) knocked off the remaining runs via an unbroken 21 run ninth wicket stand to spare the hosts the blushes.

Shaki Darrell stroked 56 further up the order and added 58 runs for the sixth wicket with Adrian Burrows (36) after Cleveland had slipped to 37 for five.

Veteran seamer Kani Darrell (4-63) was the pick of the Warwick bowling.

Earlier, player/coach Lionel Cann blasted 52 to propel Warwick to a respectable total. Jade Darrell (32), Chris Kawaley (28) and Sanj Dill (25) also weighed in with useful knocks.

Darrell (2-9), McGowan (2-26) and Chris Douglas (2-16) claimed two wickets each to spearhead Cleveland’s bowling attack.

St George’s CC 275-8

Somerset CC 204 all out

St George’s defeated Cup Match rivals Somerset by 71 runs at Somerset Cricket Club.

Guiding the East Enders to victory were Onias Bascome and Macai Simmons.

Bascome struck 148 to carry St George’s to a challenging total while Simmons claimed 3-30 to help dismiss Somerset for 204 in 44.4 overs.

Skipper Jekon Edness (30), Kwasi James (2-41) and Jacobi Robinson (2-61) were the standout performers for Somerset who slumped to their fourth league loss of the season.

Bailey's Bay batsman Tre Manders blasted a whirlwind 170 to guide the hosts to a lopsided win against PHC at Sea Breeze Oval (File photo by Glenn Tucker)

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Published July 21, 2013 at 10:50 pm (Updated July 21, 2013 at 10:50 pm)

Manders blasts highest score of season

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