SSCS vs BLS Scorecard

Author : A Smith | Created : 2022-08-04 09:36:00

SSCS vs BLS Scorecard

Introduction

SSCS batted first and made 109 for all out in 44.2 overs with Sylvanius Prospere (30) and Jervan Charles (28) being the only batsmen reaching double figures. Sherzane Abby was BLS' leading bowler taking 5 for 19 followed by Camara Hippolyte who took 3 for 22. Ben Thomas, Kent Alexander and Cheney Joseph each took one wicket. BLS chased 110 to win, won by five wickets in 34 overs at Soufriere Highlights: SSCS made 109 all out in 44.2 overs with Sylvanius Prospere (30) and Jervan Charles (28) being the only batsmen reaching double figures. Sherzane Abby was BLS' leading bowler taking 5 for 19 followed by Camara Hippolyte who took 3 for 22. Ben Thomas, Kent Alexander and Cheney Joseph each took one wicket "

SSCS batting first 109 all out (44.2 overs)

SSCS batting first 109 all out (44.2 overs)

SSCS made 109 all out in 44.2 overs with Sylvanius Prospere (30) and Jervan Charles (28) being the only batsmen reaching double figures.

BLS chasing 110 to win, won by five wickets in 34 overs at Soufriere

It was a good day for BLS at the SSSC ground, as they chased down 113 in 34 overs to win by five wickets. It was a close game throughout, with neither team able to break away from the other until very late in the match. Benji's bowling and fielding were crucial in keeping the SSSC batsmen at bay; he took two catches off his own bowling, and claimed three wickets overall.

Together with his captain Choo Choo, who scored an unbeaten 50 when it mattered most, Benji was instrumental in lifting BLS into first place on top of their group table.

Highlights:

  • Sylvanius Prospere (30) and Jervan Charles (28) were the only batsmen reaching double figures

  • Sherzane Abby was BLS' leading bowler taking 5 for 19 followed by Camara Hippolyte who took 3 for 22

SSCS made 109 all out in 44.2 overs with Sylvanius Prospere (30) and Jervan Charles (28) being the only batsmen reaching double figures.

SSCS made 109 all out in 44.2 overs with Sylvanius Prospere (30) and Jervan Charles (28) being the only batsmen reaching double figures. The bowlers had a great day out as both Javeel Joseph and Neil Brathwaite grabbed four wickets each while Keon Joseph took one wicket for nine runs.

BLS batting first, BLS scored 119/5 in 29 overs.

Sherzane Abby was BLS' leading bowler taking 5 for 19 followed by Camara Hippolyte who took 3 for 22. Ben Thomas, Kent Alexander and Cheney Joseph each took one wicket.

Sherzane Abby was BLS' leading bowler taking 5 for 19 followed by Camara Hippolyte who took 3 for 22. Ben Thomas, Kent Alexander and Cheney Joseph each took one wicket.

BLS won the toss and elected to bat first. They scored 125/8 in their allotted 20 overs with Camara Hippolyte opening the batting for BLS and scoring a run-a-ball 17, followed by Sherzane Abby who made 12 runs from 17 balls with the help of two boundaries. The other opener for BSSC was Michael Martin who went on to score 10 runs from 10 balls with two fours, which included a massive six over long on!

Ben Thomas came in at number 4 after Martin departed at 25/2 in 6 overs with an eventual total of 125/8 in 20 overs; he ended up making 34 runs off 40 balls including four fours and one six before being caught out by Tairo Williams off Abass Abdullah's bowling.

BLS reached their target in 34 overs scoring 113 for 5 with Gregory Regis top scoring with 43 and Daniel Edward contributing 30.

BLS reached their target in 34 overs scoring 113 for 5 with Gregory Regis top scoring with 43 and Daniel Edward contributing 30.

Regis was unlucky to miss out on a century when he was run out by Dushai Edwards, who claimed two wickets in two balls to register his first fifer of the season. The skipper made a quickfire 17 before being bowled by Trevon Hylton as BLS lost their early wicket of Daron Smith for 10 runs.

BLS won the game rather easily

It was a poor batting performance by SSSC, as they were bowled out for only 109 runs. BLS won the toss and decided to bat first. They scored 113 for 5 in 20 overs, with Praveen scoring an unbeaten 46 off 44 balls.

SSSC started their chase rather well, with Ajay Choudhry scoring a quickfire 39 off 24 balls before getting dismissed by Sanjay Kulkarni in the 13th over. However, the rest of batsmen failed to get going and lost wickets at regular intervals which resulted in them scoring only 109 runs all out in 19 overs – far short of what they needed to win this game!

Conclusion

SSCS should have won the game but they let BLS get away with it.