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Barrackpore West Secondary and
Carapichaima East Secondary will bat-
tle today at the Caldrac ground in a
top-of-the-table clash, as round three
of the PowerGen Secondary Schools
50-over Cricket (Premier division)
League bowls off.
Both teams won their first two match-
es of the season and are joint leaders on
36 points. Barrackpore s excellent start
to the season has surprised many, as
last season the southern team played
championship (second) division cricket.
The team earned promotion to the pre-
mier (first) division after finishing second
in the championship division last season.
National Under-17 player Jeron Mani-
ram, starred for Barrackpore in the last
round. The right-hander struck 91 and
returned later in the match to grab 3/19
with his off spin to lead the team to a
62-run win over Vishnu Boys. Vishnu
also earned promotion to the top flight
In another contest, Presentation Col-
lege, Chaguanas will welcome defending
champions Hillview to its school ground.
Presentation is looking for its third win
on the trot, after defeating Fatima by
five wickets in round one and Trinity
East by six wickets in round two. Nation-
al Under-15 batsman Crystian Thurton
has shown some form with the bat for
Pres, scoring 32 and 52 not out.
Hillview, which lost its first match,
will try to maintain its momentum after
getting past El Dorado East by two wick-
ets in round two.
In other matches, El Dorado East will
play Princes Town West, Vishnu Boys
tackles Fatima and Trinity East faces
Stephanie Ramcharan and
Samantha Bissoon led Phoenix
Women to the T&T Women s
Cricket Association (TTWCA)
Sixes tournament crown on a
rainy day at the Munroe Road
Grounds, Cunupia on Sunday.
In the final against Technocrats,
Phoenix posted a competitive 31/0
in its alotted four overs, as Bissoon
(19 not out) and Britney Cooper
(eight not out), both national
players, remained unbeaten at the
Stacy-Ann King, another
national player, fought hard in
response, scoring an unbeaten
ten, but Ramcharan took 2/4 to
limit Technocrats to 23/2, as
Phoenix prevailed by eight runs.
Earlier, 12 teams competed in
four groups of three, with the top
two teams in each group advanc-
ing to the quarterfinal stage.
Phoenix lined up along Players
Sports Club and San Rafael in
After winning both of its group
matches, Phoenix easily got past
Achievers in the quarters by five
wickets. It was another one-sided
affair in the semifinal for Phoenix.
Bowling first, Ramcharan
snatched two wickets to reduce
Moosai to a dismal 9/3. Phoenix
got to the target without the loss
of a wicket, only taking seven
Ramcharan finished the tour-
nament as the leading wicket-
taker with five scalps. Phoenix
ended the tournament with a per-
fect record, winning all five of its
King finished with the most
runs (57) and the highest indi-
vidual (31 not out) score in the
competition, while Moosai s Leah
Hosein had the best bowling fig-
ures, taking two wickets for two
runs against Achievers.
Phoenix cops TTWCA Sixes title Top teams
clash today in
Phoenix Women 31/0
(Samantha Bissoon 19 no,
Britney Cooper 8 no) vs
Technocrats 23/2 (Stacy-Ann
King 10 no, Stephanie
Ramcharan 2/4) Phoenix won
by 8 runs.
Moosai 9/3 (Stephanie
Ramcharan 2/4) vs Phoenix
13/0 (1.1 overs) (Samantha
Bissoon 8 no) Phoenix won by 5
Hibiscus Ladies 27/2 (Rosalie
Dolabille 16 no, Stacy-Ann King
1/8) vs Technocrats 28/1 (3.1
overs) (King 12, Gaitri Seetahal 8
no) Technocrats by 4 wickets.
El Dorado East vs Princes Town West,
Carapichaima East vs Barrackpore
West, Caldrac Ground
Trinity East vs Naparima Boys, Clarke
Vishnu Boys vs Fatima, Esmeralda
Presentation, Chaguanas vs Hillview,
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