CCC crush Oxford in Universities T20 opener

link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 16, 2017
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1/11/19 10:49:53 AM 
CCC crush Oxford in Universities T20 opener

REGIONAL Super 50 champions Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) made an emphatic start to the inaugural UWI World Universities T20 Cricket Tournament, with a resounding six-wicket win over Oxford Marylebone Cricket Club University at the Sir Frank Worrell Ground, St Augustine, yesterday.

Oxford, based in England. won the toss and elected to bat, mustering just 144 for four from their allotted 20 overs. CCC then coasted to their target in 16.5 overs.

In their turn at the crease, CCC's openers held nothing back with Kyle Corbin (53) and Kjorn Ottley (40) setting the tone with a blistering stand of 74. Corbin blasted five fours and three sixes off 40 balls, and Ottley proved a tad more aggressive with his knock coming off just 18 deliveries, containing six fours and two maximums. They raced to 50 from five overs, seemingly in a hurry to wrap up the victory. Ottley, however, was the first to depart, edging Louie Shaw behind to Seward, with Nicholas Sookdeosingh (1) then falling LBW to Dominic Clutterbuck three runs later to leave the score at 77 for two. From there, the innings slowed a bit as CCC took their foot off the gas.


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Summarised scores:

Oxford 144/4 (Christoper McBride 61, James Seward 44 not out, Michail Powell 2/35)
vs.
CCC 145/4 (Kyle Corbin 53, Kjorn Ottley 40, Johnnel Eugene 25 not out, Dominic Clutterbuck 2/24, Louie Shaw 2/2cool. CCC won by six wickets.

Today's fixtures:

TSATT vs. Oxford (2 pm)

CCC vs. USA (6.30 pm)

Tomorrow's fixtures:

UWI vs. USA (2 pm)

CCC vs. TSATT (6.30 pm)

link Yamfoot Joined: Feb 9, 2003
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1/11/19 10:40:48 PM 
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Well done

link POINT Joined: Jan 2, 2003
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1/11/19 11:31:40 PM 
I sincerely hope that THEY stay Far
Far Away from the Worst International
Cricket Board in the Commonwealth , aka the WICBC .

link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 16, 2017
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1/12/19 9:54:05 AM 
TSATT keep visiting Oxford winless

THE Tertiary Sports Association of TT (TSATT) won its first match in the inaugural UWI World Universities T20 Cricket Tournament by nine runs yesterday afternoon, at the Sir Frank Worrell Ground, St Augustine. TSATT won the toss and decided to bat, making 132 for five in their allotted 20 overs, before restricting Oxford Marylebone Cricket Club University to 123 for nine.

TSATT started badly as opener Mikel Frederick was stumped for duck off Liam Burgess, before Mohammed Rizvi ran out Justyn Gangoo for one. Skipper Mark Deyal (12) was then stumped by wicketkeeper James Seward off Burgess to leave TSATT at 27 for three in the fifth over.

However, Randy Mahase (22 off 22 balls) and Saiba Batoosingh (61 from 43 deliveries) took the score to 60, only for Rizvi to scalp Mahase with a careless lob to Christopher McBride. He cracked four fours in his knock as Batoosingh was left to bear the brunt of the workload. The all-rounder tried to speed up the scoring rate with a couple fours and three sixes as he ended his innings in unbeaten fashion.

Jason Batson chipped in with 14 but TSATT just couldn't muster late boundaries to propel them to a higher total. Burgess ended with two for 22 from his four, while Rizvi also staked a pair at the expense of 25 runs from his quota, leaving Oxford with a fairly modest total to chase.


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Summarised scores:

TSATT 132/5 (Saiba Batoosingh 61 not out, Randy Mahase 22, Liam Burgess 2/22, Mohammed Rizvi 2/25)
vs
OXFORD 123/9 (Harry Adair 45, Christopher McBride 18, Reinzo Trotman 5/13, Mark Deyal 2/29). TSATT won by nine runs.

link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 16, 2017
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1/13/19 11:52:14 AM 
UWI maintain perfect start after 38-run win vs USA

HOSTS UWI (University of the West Indies) made it two wins out of two with an easy 38-run win over the USA Combined Universities team yesterday afternoon in the inaugural UWI World Universities T20 Cricket Tournament. USA won the toss and chose to field at the Sir Frank Worrell Ground, St Augustine, only to see UWI rack up 177 for four in their allotted 20. When the American students batted, they were only able to reach 139 for six in their quota.

UWI got off to a rapid start thanks to openers Adrian Ali and Sachin Seecharan. They put on 101 with Ali making the tournament's highest individual score so far with 72 off 45 balls. He cracked five fours and four sixes while Seecharan made 36 from 35 with four fours. When Seecharan was run out, national player Steven Katwaroo entered the fray and made 19 (two fours) before Ali was out leg-before to Wahidur Rahman.


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Summarised scores:

UWI 177/4 (Adrian Ali 72, Sachin Seecharan 36, Raymond Bynoe 2/31) vs. USA 139/6 (Karthk Gattepalli 32 not out, Sagar Patel 21, Derick Narine 18, Al Small 2/17, Cameron Pennyfeather 2/22). UWI won by 38 runs.

link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 16, 2017
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1/14/19 10:10:28 AM 
TSATT stun CCC at Universities T20

THE Tertiary Sport Association of TT (TSATT) created a big upset with an easy five-wicket win over the Combined Campuses and Colleges (CCC) on Saturday night at the Sir Frank Worrell Ground, St. Augustine. CCC won the toss and elected to bat only to be restricted to 134 for nine in their 20. TSATT then coasted to 138 for five in 17.1 overs to blow the group wide open when it comes to a top-two finish.

CCC were rocked by Amit Sankar who grabbed four for 20 from his four, which left them reeling at 20 for five. Sankar cracked the stumps of Leonardo Friginette and Odain McCathy for a pair of ducks to cement how hungry TSATT were for the win. Yannick Ottley (3cool and Gian Benjamin (3cool managed to recover the innings, putting on 71 for the sixth until Mikel Frederick bowled Ottley.


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Summarised scores: CCC 134/9 (Yannick Ottley 38, Gian Benjamin 38, Jarlanie Seales 21 not out, Amit Sankar 4/20, Mikel Frederick 3/23)
vs.
TSATT 138/5 (Mark Deyal 68, Randy Mahase 44, Michail Powell 2/16, Jarlanie Seales 2/20). TSATT won by five wickets.

link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 16, 2017
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1/14/19 10:14:04 AM 
Remaining fixtures

Tomorrow:

UWI vs. Oxford (2 pm)

USA vs. TSATT (6.30 pm)

Jan 16

CCC vs. UWI (2 pm)

USA vs. Oxford (6.30 pm)

Jan 17

Qualifier #1: 1st Place vs. 2nd Place (2 pm)

Eliminator #1: 3rd Place vs. 4th Place (6.30 pm)

Jan 19

Qualifier #2: Loser of Qualifier #1 vs. Winner of Eliminator #1 (2 pm)

Jan 20

Final: Winner of Qualifier #1 vs. Winner of Qualifier #2 (3 pm)

link camos Joined: May 6, 2003
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1/14/19 12:04:49 PM 
In reply to sgtdjones

are our guys really students?

lol

link ray Joined: Feb 7, 2003
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1/14/19 12:16:39 PM 
In reply to camos

was wondering myself lol

link camos Joined: May 6, 2003
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1/14/19 12:30:00 PM 
In reply to ray

In US you can only play in college for 4 years, we have 28 and 29 yearold on that team!

link natty_forever Joined: Apr 28, 2003
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1/14/19 12:47:47 PM 
In reply to sgtdjones… keep the news coming. Greatly appreciated.

link natty_forever Joined: Apr 28, 2003
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1/14/19 12:48:26 PM 
In reply to camos… Professional Students don't count?

link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 16, 2017
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1/16/19 11:27:16 AM 
Oxford stun hosts UWI by eight wickets

OXFORD Marylebone Cricket Club University got their first win of the inaugural UWI World Universities T20 Cricket Tournament yesterday, in a major upset at the Sir Frank Worrell Cricket Ground, St Augustine.

Oxford stunned hosts UWI to blow the group wide open with a smooth eight-wicket win that ended UWI's unbeaten streak. UWI won the toss and decided to bat, making 143 for eight in 20 overs. But the English students showed great composure to ease to 145 for two in 17.5 overs.

UWI were led by Sachin Seecharan's 46 off 29 balls, with four fours and two sixes, but the other top order batsmen failed to follow his lead. Dominic Clutterbuck removed Adrian Ali (five) cheaply, and William Robertson got rid of Nathaneal Ramcharitar (11) stumped by skipper James Seward. When Steven Katwaroo was run out for five, Seecharan lost composure and edged Clutterbuck to Seward.


Summarised scores:

UWI 143/8 (Sachin Seecharan 46, Michael Frew 28 not out, Gillion Tyson 21 not out, Louie Shaw 3/33, Dominic Clutterbuck 2/1cool vs OXFORD 145/2 (Zaman Akhter 64 not out, Mohammed Rizvi 39, James Seward 21 not out). Oxford won by eight wickets.

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Today's fixtures:

CCC vs. UWI (2 pm)

USA vs. Oxford (6.30 pm)

Jan 17

Qualifier #1: 1st Place vs. 2nd Place (2 pm)

Eliminator #1: 3rd Place vs. 4th Place (6.30 pm)

Jan 19

Qualifier #2: Loser of Qualifier #1 vs. Winner of Eliminator #1 (2 pm)

Jan 20

Final: Winner of Qualifier #1 vs. Winner of Qualifier #2 (3 pm)

link sgtdjones Joined: Feb 16, 2017
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1/17/19 7:40:36 PM 
CCC top World Universities T20 table

COMBINED Campuses and Colleges (CCC) hammered UWI by seven wickets to finish atop the preliminary standings in the UWI World Universities T20 Cricket Tournament yesterday, at the Sir Frank Worrell Cricket Ground, St Augustine. UWI were sent in to bat and made a scanty 105 in 18.5 overs, with CCC then racing to 106 for three in 13.4 overs. CCC finished with three wins and a loss and will play in the first semifinal today from 2 pm at the same venue.

However, their opponent was unknown up to press time as England's Oxford and USA were due to contest the evening game yesterday to determine the top four in the five-team round robin. UWI and Tertiary Sport Association of TT (TSATT) ended their round robin on two wins and two losses.



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Today's fixtures:

Qualifier #1: 1st Place vs. 2nd Place (2 pm)

Eliminator #1: 3rd Place vs. 4th Place (6.30 pm)

Jan 19

Qualifier #2: Loser of Qualifier #1 vs. Winner of Eliminator #1 (2 pm)

Jan 20

Final: Winner of Qualifier #1 vs. Winner of Qualifier #2 (3 pm)

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