Stars stun Cuts in T20
Willow Cuts 130-6
Western Stars 134-1
Western Stars produced a major upset when they handed Willow Cuts a nine-wicket thrashing at White Hill Field on Saturday in Group C action in the Lindo's T20 tournament.
Cuts managed 130-6 in their allotted 20. Deunte Darrell was their high man with 41.
However, the Stars pair of Brian Hall and Nyon Steede stole the show with an unbeaten century partnership which led Stars home with nine wickets in hand. Hall finished 68 not out and Steede 36 not out.
Western Stars 76
Stars were convincingly beaten in their second match of the day when PHC handed them a 10-wicket defeat. Stars could only manage 76 with Dano Outerbridge scoring 28 not out. Colin Stewart took three for 18.
Khiry Furbert (33 not out) and Ellsworth Bean (27 not out) passed the Stars total in an unbeaten opening stand.
St George's 98-7
St David's 100-1
St David's picked up two wins at Lords where they stopped neighbours St George's by nine wickets in their opening match. Macai Simmons scored 37 out of the St. George's total of 98 as St David's captain OJ Pitcher claimed three wickets for four runs.
Loren Marshall led the St David's batting with 40 not out.
St David's 78-4
St David's beat their Eastern Counties rivals Cleveland for the second straight weekend, this time in a match shortened to 13 overs because of rain. Cleveland were led by Lavar Talbot's 31 as Delyone Borden claimed two for four from two overs. St. David's then replied with the loss of four wickets. Rudell Pitcher was high man with 19. Shakai Darrell had figures of three for 17 from three overs.
Som. Bridge 92-8
Joshua Gilbert scored 44 and Greg Maybury 38 not out to lead the Somerset batting in their 71-run win over Somerset Bridge in their first match at Somerset Cricket Club. Noel Woods claimed two for 29 to lead the Bridge bowling while A. Richardson claimed three for 12 and Jacobi Robuinson three for 16 for Somerset.
The home team were brought back down to earth by Southampton Rangers who recorded a seven-wicket victory. Greg Maybury was high man for Somerset with 24 while Dion Stovell claimed three for 13 and then scored 26 in Rangers' run chase.