St Mary 35 overs tournament bowls off tomorrow

first_imgOCHO RIOS:The St Mary Cricket Association L.P. Martin Funeral Home/Gas Pro 35-over competition bowls off tomorrow with eight matches spread across four zones.In the feature match, defending champions Boscobel play Top Pen at Boscobel Oval, starting at 10 a.m.Other matches include: Trinity Land vs Police at Trinity Land; Fort George vs Highgate at Fort George; White Hall vs Port Maria at White Hall; Petersfield vs Three Hills at Petersfield; Bonny Gate vs Mango Valley at Bonny Gate; Galina vs Jack’s River at Galina; and Sandals/Beaches vs Wilderness at Wilderness.The teams have been divided into four zones. Zone One comprises Petersfield, Three Hills, Bonny Gate and Mango Valley. Zone Two has Galina, Jack’s River, Sandals/Beaches and Wilderness. Zone Three includes Fort George, Highgate, Port Maria, White Hall. Zone Four comprises Boscobel, Trinity Land, Top Pen and Police.Boscobel favouriteBoscobel will start favourites, with a number of parish representatives on their team, including national invitee Alwayne Williams, the top batsman in the parish, and Domain Wilson. Top Pen, however, have pacer Jermaine Chisholm in their line-up and will not be easily outplayed.Port Maria, the recent Twenty20 champions, are expected to get the better of White Hall, what with national invitee Aldane ‘Zum’ Thomas, Marlon Byfield and Richard Creary in the team. White Hall will be led by all-rounder Fabian Angus.The star-studded Jack’s River team is skippered by parish representative Orane Farr and includes Sashane Anderson, while Galina will be depending on Romaine Gordon to upset the apple cart.Wilderness will be piloted by Renar Ross, against a Sandals/Beaches line-up that includes skipper Jessi Alexander, Richardo Thompson and talented, young batsman Michael Downer.In the Trinity Land vs Police encounter, Renford Pinnock Jr is expected to be the player making the difference and set up a win for the lawmen.The other top teams are Three Hills, piloted by Sanjay Hudson, and Mango Valley, with the irrepressible Horace Whitehorne.last_img read more