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Leader Queen s Park Cricket Club
(QPCC) and second placed FC Clarke
Road will continue their battle for
the National League title when day
two action in the sixth (penultimate)
round of the T&T Cricket Board
Three-Day competition continues
After round five Queen s Park led
the standings with 130 points, 29 points
ahead of second placed Clarke Road.
The first day between Queen s Park
and Clarke Road at the Wilson Road
Recreation Ground in Penal on Sunday,
was affected by rain as only 33 overs
Clarke Road closed the day on 117/4
with Barbadian Javon Searles grabbing
2/29. Clarke Road will be counting on
the T&T Red Force pair of Kyle Hope
and Yannick Ottley who are both
unbeaten at the crease. Hope is 42 not
out, while Ottley is unbeaten on 22.
At Syne Village in Penal, home team
PowerGen will aim to continue its
dominance over Jenexcon Tableland.
Tobago netballers join
fight against Cancer
To keep up the good fight
against Cancer, the Team Burke-
Browne Foundation as promised,
is hosting a "Netball versus Can-
cer" (NvC) tournament in Tobago.
The one-day competition will take
place at Shaw Park Hard Courts
The sister isle will experience a
health expo which starts at 1 pm
and then on to the tournament from
On Valentine s Day (February 14),
the Foundation formed by Jaime
Browne and her siblings put on the
venture at the Central Regional
Indoor Sports Arena in Chaguanas
and it was a success with the group
handing over a cheque worth
$10,000 to the T&T Cancer Society
(TTCS) on April 14.
Then Browne said that the Foun-
dation was honoured to make such
a significant contribution to the
fight against Cancer.
Also saying that the NvC was
initiated partly to raise funds
towards cancer research but the
core focus of the event was to use
our sport as a conduit to provide
support, increase cancer awareness,
as well as, promote the importance
of making healthy lifestyle choices,
early detection and prevention
Team Burke-Browne was founded
after the passing of late, great
national netballer Angela Burke-
Browne, losing the battle to cancer
in July 2014.
The official launch for NvC was
celebrated over the course of two
days October 31 and November 1,
last year in Brooklyn, New York.
In the Trinidad competition, D
Cause was the eventual winner on
a day that included a feature match-
up between two combined teams
of netball legends and cancer sur-
vivors, showcasing the true essence
of the event.
A similar line-up is expected at
the Tobago edition and Browne is
enthused to continue the fight.
"Currently, we have 13 teams who
have expressed interest. NvC is
committed to teaming up against
Cancer by bringing communities
together through events and activ-
ities to join the fight for a cure."
First vice-president of the T&T Cricket Board Allen Sammy, left, presents a plaque to Ann Browne-John,
manager of the West Indies Women's T20 team that won the ICC World Cup in April.
PHOTO COURTESY T&T CRICKET BOARD.
FIRST DAY SCORES
At Prisons Ground: Victoria
143/8 (Lincoln Roberts 64 not
out, Savion Lara 22, Idrees
Mohammed 2/30, Kavesh
Sinanan 2/10) vs T&T Prisons
At Wilson Road Recreation:
Clarke Road 117/4 (33 overs)
(Kyle Hope 42 not out, Kjorn
Ottley 26, Yannick Ottley 22
not out, Javon Searles 2/29)
vs Queen's Park
At Syne Village: Jenexcon
Tableland 123 (Al Small 37,
Cephas Cooper 30, Kavesh
Kantasingh 5/49, Royston
Crandon 5/50) vs PowerGen
142/0 (Evin Lewis 74 not out,
Videsh Sookhai 63 not out)
At Charlieville: Alescon
Comets 202/6 (Roshan
Primus 50 not out, Andy
Gobin 42, Richard Kelly 29,
Marlon Richards 2/38, Kashtri
Singh 3/33) vs Merry Boys
STANDINGS AFTER FIVE ROUNDS
1 Queen's Park -- 130 pts
2 Clarke Road -- 101 pts
3 PowerGen -- 93 pts
4 Merry Boys -- 74 pts
5 Jenexcon Tableland -- 55 pts
6 Alescon Comets -- 49 pts
7 Victoria -- 29 pts
8 T&T Prisons Service - 24 pts
PowerGen closed day one on
142/0 with West Indian batsman
Evin Lewis unbeaten on 74. The
home team already has a lead of
19 runs on first innings after dis-
missing Tableland for 123.
ICC WINNER'S PLAQUE
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