Action in the Brooklyn Cricket League (BCL),will continue this weekend when Vincy-based Queensbury face off against Challengers on Saturday 11th, at Marine Park (Mpk)C.
Other matches set for Saturday are at Mpk A -Pak Kashmir vs Jinnah, Mpk B-Shaheen vs Wanderers, Mpk D-Carriacou vs Bk Knights while at SeaView St. Lucia will play Panthers.
On Sunday 12th June at Mpk A, Cavaliers is set to play Brooklyn Knights, while Imperial will play Grenada at Mpk C.
The other two matches are at, Mpk B-Bk Stars vs Warriors and at Seaview (SW) its Wanderers vs Diplomats.
Last week Sunday 5th June in the match at Mpk A, Grenada vs Cavaliers, Grenada batting first and made 103, R Murray 21 and C Peters 2. Timothy Warner 7 overs 28 runs 2 wks, R Bynoe 7- 27- 1, Cameron Cuffy 4-14-2 and Ephram Bacchus 34-14- 5.
Replying Cavalier 104, Albert Tesheira top scoring with 48. Bowling for Grenada D Alexander 6 overs 2 wks, M Baptiste 3- 1 wk, G Anthony 6- 1, R Murray 6-1. Cavaliers winning by 5 wks.
Also playing on Sunday were, Brooklyn Stars vs Middlesex at Marine Park B, Middlesex won the toss and ask Brooklyn Stars to take first strike. Brooklyn Stars 168 for 9 from 32 overs. Waqaz Shah topped scored with 54, supported Babar who made 22. Mark Audain 4 for 26 runs from 7 overs, Newly appointed Skipper former USA under 19 player, Dominic Audain 2 for 30 from 7 overs, off spinner Treldon “Keegan” Mc Millan 1 for 21 in 4 overs, Ron Rameshwar 1 for 22 from 6 overs, and Windwards Islands player Donwell Hector 1 for 31 from 6 overs.
In their turn at the crease Middlesex 169 for 4, Mark Audain 56 not out, he batted through the inning, Skipper Audain 39, Windwards Island player Hector 34. Middlesex winning by 6 wickets.
While the other two vincy based counterpart when one up, Imperial in their match against Shaheen at Mpk C was not so successful.
Imperial – 215 for 5 in 32 overs (3 overs lost for being late), Kester Sylvester topscoring with 57, 15 years-old Bjorn Brown – 55, Foster Lewis – 46 and Shamroy Primo – 25 not out.
Awais Butt – 2 wickets 36 runs in 7 overs.
Shaheen replied with 217 for 7 in 34.3 overs, Ashan Aftab – 59 not out, Akram Khan 39 and Danyal Waeed – 30. O. Mofford 55 for 3 and Kester Sylvester 36 for 2 wkts.