Perkins, Dillon sparkle for Moosai

SWASHBUCKLING opener William Perkins and veteran fast bowler Mervyn Dillon were an irresistible combination at Honeymoon Park in Tunapuna, yesterday, when leading Moosai Sports to an emphatic nine-wicket win over Merry Boys, in the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board (TTCB) Premier Division Twenty20 cricket tournament.

First up, Dillon picked up four wickets for a measly 14 runs from his four overs to restrict Merry Boys to an inadequate 112 in their 20 overs. Perkins then notched an unbeaten 63 as Moosai replied with 115 for one.

Summarised scores:

At Honeymoon Park
Merry Boys 112 all out (20 overs) (Aaron Alfred 24; Mervyn Dillon 4/14) vs Moosai Sports 115 for 1 (10.4 overs) (Williams Perkins 63 n.o., Jeetera Sookdeo 17 n.o.)—Moosai won by nine wickets

At Aranjuez
QPCC 142/7 (20 overs) (Darren Bravo 59, Jeremy Solozano 32, ; Raj Nanan 3/27, Vikask Mohan 2/14) vs Aranjuez 119 (19.5 overs) (Jonathan Cadralis 34; Amit Jaggernath 3/32, Ousman Mohammed 2/29)—QPCC won by 21 runs

At Pierre Road
Alescon Comet 127/8 (20 overs) (Roger Balgobin 35 n.o., Amir Khan 25; Kivon Christmas 3/28, Rashal Harris 2/30, Daren Deonarine 2/13) vs Bamboo Sports 128/7 (18.5 overs) (Hospedales Singh 25, Deepak Kumar 21; Dinanath Ramnarine 4/22)—Bamboo won by three wickets

At Gilbert Park
Caldrac 147/6 (20 overs) (Mark Dial 26, Omesh Ramoutar 26, Royston Crandon 25, Antonio Alves 24; Shirvan Narine 2/24, Kandassy Sirjunarine 2/32) vs Diamond United 142/7 (20 overs) (Emmanuel Lett 48, Dillon Samaroo 23, Peter Grimes 23; Brent Lezama 3/24 —Caldrac won by five runs

At Esmeralda Recreation Ground
PowerGen 146/5 (20 overs) (A. Cooper 63, N. Sookdeosingh 45; T. Castro 1/21) vs Esmeralda 147/3 (17.2 overs) (G. Singh 51, J Alfred 20, A. D'Andrade 33 n.o; D Mohammed 1/15)—Esmeralda won by seven wickets
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