Antigua Dominating Leewards Competition
Mon, Jun 17, '02
Powerhouse Antigua and Barbuda on Sunday crushed Anguilla in the
limited overs version of the Leeward Islands Cricket Association
(LICA) competition, the second successive win for the defending
After winning the three-day match, Antigua beat Anguilla by 122 runs in the one day game to remain unbeaten in the competition. CaribbeanCricket.com special correspondent Vernon Springer files summarised scores of all the games...
LIAT-SPONSORED ONE DAY COMPETITION:
Montserrat v Nevis at Grove Park in Charlestown, Nevis
Montserrat 163 all out off 46.1 overs; Zhaun Sweeney 34, Sylvester Greenaway 33, Trenor Semper 24;
Bowling for Nevis Frank Monzac 4/29, Warrington Phillip 1/20, Micky Mills 1/15 and Ronald Powell 1/40;
Nevis 167 for 5; Carl Tuckett 42, Tonito Willett 32, Ronald Powell 46 not out. Bowling for Montserrat,
Lionel Baker 3/27. Nevis won by 5 wickets.
Antigua/Barbuda v Anguilla at ARG in St. Johns, Antigua.
Antigua/Barbuda 261 for nine off 38 overs. Bertin Baltimore 121, Austin Richards 43. Bowling for Anguilla, Eversley Browne 3/32, Cardigan Connor 3/30 and Clarence Rogers 2/49. Anguilla, chasing a
revised total of 180 to win off 26 overs reached 58 for five off 26 overs. Lyndell Richardson 17 and Richard Burton 14. Bowling for Antigua: Curl Simon 2/5, Anthony Martin 1/6, Ian Tittle 1/4 and Adalaide Lake 1/9. Antigua/Barbuda won by 121 runs.
Combined Virgin Islands v St. Kitts at Warner Park, Basseterre
CVI 193 all out off 49.5 overs. Kevin Joseph 40, Teaz Allie 35 and Brent DeFraites 24. Bowling for St. Kitts: Orson Nurse 4/24 and Noval McCall 2/36. St. Kitts, chasing a revised total of 117 to win off
30 overs, reached 117/2 off 23.2 overs; Greg Stanley 32, Codville Rogers 35 not out, Jason Williams 18 not out. Bowling for CVI: Wendell Pemberton 1/8 and Kevin Carter 1/11. St. Kitts won by 8 wickets.
UPCOMING MATCHES: C.V.I vs Anguilla (in Anguilla); Antigua vs. Montserrat (in Montserrat); Nevis vs. St. Kitts (in St. Kitts)
LIAT-SPONSORED THREE?DAY COMPETITION:
Anguilla vs. Antigua/Barbuda at the ARG in St Johns, June 13-15
Anguilla 1st Innings 124 all out off 38.2 overs. Alex Adams 43, Clarence Rogers Fleming 33. Bowling for Antigua/ Barbuda ? Curtis Roberts 6/37 and Test Bowler Adam Sanford 3/25. Antigua/Barbuda in reply 453/4 declared. Earl Waldron 159 Greg Skepple 128 not out Sylvester Joseph 62 and Ian Tittle 52 not out. Angulla 2nd Innings 45/8 ? with the Innings closed. * Captain Alex Adams and Richie Stevens injured. Bowling for Antigua/Barbuda ? Dane Weston 4/16 and Adam Sanford 3/16. Antigua/Babuda won by an Innings 284 runs.
Montserrat vs. Nevis ? at Grove Park, Charlestown, Nevis
Montserrat 1st Innings 232 all out. Mark Stephaine 91 not out, Trevor Semper 43. Bowling for Nevis ? Tesson Stapleton 3/32, Sylvester Browne 2/27, Frank Monzac 2/53 and Micky Mills 2/54. Nevis 1st Innings 223 all out. Tonito Willett 79, Ronald Powell 62. Bowling for Montserrat ? Lionel Baker 4/51, Sylvester Wade 3/42 and Trevor Semper 2/27. Montserrat 2nd Innings 143 all out. Devon Williams 43, Lionel Baker 30 not out and David Lane 22. Bowling for Nevis ? Frank Monzac 6/37, Micky Mills 2/22 and match figures Frank Monzac 8/96. Nevis 2nd Innings 155/2. Carl Tucket 50 not out and Tonito Willett 43
not out. Bowling for Montserrat ? Sylvester Wade 2/31. Nevis won by 8 wickets.
Combined Virgin Islands vs. St. Kitts at Warner Park, Basseterre
St. Kitts 1st Innings 467/5. Colin Cannonier 152 not out Greg Stanley (maiden century for St. Kitts) 141, Garfield Charles 44 and Noval McCall 33 not out. Bowling for C.V.I ? Terrance Webbe 2/88,
Wendell Pemberton 1/126 and Brent Defraites 1/77. C.V.I 1st Innings 155 all out off 65 overs. Kevin Joseph 68. Bowling for St. Kitts ? Orson Nurse 3/29, Calvin Williams 3/41 and Karim Kelly 3/47 on
debut. C.V.I. 2nd Innings 203 all out 87 overs. Shem Stay 51, Kevin Joseph 36, Terrence Webbe 31 and Athlyn Merrick 31.Bowling for St. Kitts ? Karim Kelly 4/44, Noval McCall 2/24, Orson Nurse 2/45. Karim Kelly match figures on debut 7/91. St. Kitts won by an innings 109 runs.
ONE DAY POINTS STANDINGS: Nevis 6 points, Antigua/Barbuda 5 points, Montserrat 4 points, St.
Kitts 2 points, C.V.I 1 point and Anguilla no points.
THREE DAY POINTS STANDINGS: Antigua/Barbuda 48 points, Nevis 48 points, St. Kitts 20 points,
Anguilla 16 points, Montserrat 12 points and Combined Virgin islands no points.