Sunday, December 17, 2017

Solozano ton steers Hillview past Princes Town

Opening batsman Jeremy Solozano scored the first century of the PowerGen Secondary Schools Cricket League (SSCL) Premier Division competition, yesterday, hitting 118 in Hillview College's 97-run win over Princes Town West Secondary, at Honeymoon Park, El Dorado.

Solozano slammed 16 fours and one six as Hillview made 282 for six in their 50 overs, before off-spinner Amrish Rampersad took six for 45 to dismiss the visitors for 185 in 34 overs.

Right-arm medium pacer, Jonathan William was the best bowler for Princes Town, taking five for 55.

In Chaguanas, defending Premier Division champions, Presentation College Chaguanas defeated Fatima College by two wickets in a low-scoring game.

Yesterday's PowerGen SSCL Premier Division Results:

At Gregg Street Ground

Carapichaima East 94 all out (30 overs) (Christopher Vincent 31, Reshawn Baptiste 2/14, Kyle Lee 2/5, Tevon Jadoo 2/16) vs El Dorado East 80 all out (27 overs) (Amir Ali 4/23, Christopher Vincent 4/36)—Carapichaima won by 14 runs

At Honeymoon Park

Hillview College 282/6 (50 overs) (Jeremy Solozano 118, Brandon Ramdial 75; Jonathan Williams 5/55) vs Princes Town West 185 all out (34 overs) (Negus Smith 38, Jonathan Williams 33, Peterson Francois 31, Kinchan Mohammed 27; Amrish Rampersad 6/45, Shameer Muradali 3/56)—Hillview won by 97 runs

At Presentation Chaguanas Ground

Fatima 118/7 (40 overs) (Andrew Davidson 30, Shane Persad 24, Kelly Rosales 20; Pernel Roberts 3/23, David Roberts 2/18) vs Pres Chaguanas 119/8 (38.2 overs) (Kamil Pooran 56, David Roberts 13 n.o.; Tyrone Phillip 5/19)—Pres won by 2 wkts

At Syne Village

Trinity College East 211/7 (50 overs) (Stefan Wharwood 65; Randy Narine 5/45) vs Iere High School 145 all out (50 overs) (Randy Narine 32)—Trinity East won by 66 runs

At Wilson Road

Naparima Boys 140/9 (50 overs) (Roberto Samai 30, Justin Samkaran 44, Saleem Abdul Ali 23; S Boodram 2/22) vs Union Claxton Bay 67 all out (17 overs) (Roberto Samai 4/23, Jordan Samkaran 5/12)—Naparima won by 73 runs