On 9.12.2015 at Marine Park C, Cavaliers vs Imperial, Imperial became the finalist, after winning a protest against Middlesex for using an illegible player in the semi-final.
Imperial won the toss and inserted Cavaliers who compiled 300 for 5 from 35 overs. Former St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Windward Island, and USA player Albert Texeira light up Marine Park with a classical, elegant 90, (2 x 6s, 11 x 4s), Ashley Marsh give good support with an electric 74 (1 x 6, 7 x4s), current St. Vincent and the Grenadines player Dawnley Grant a world wind 59 (2 x 6s, 5 x 4s), Orlando Mofford 27 not out and Ezekiel Williams 20 not out was the principle contributors.
Bowling for Imperial, Hyron Shallow bowling his off spin version, 7 overs, 24 runs, 3 wickets, former St. Vincent and Combine Islands player, Colville Brown 6 overs, 63 runs, 1 wicket, and Byron Mars 4 overs, 54 runs, 1 wicket. Imperial was skittled out for a poultry 79 runs.
Bowling for Cavaliers, captain Richie Ruplal 5 overs, 19 runs, 2 wickets, Shaquille Allick 6.3 overs, 25 runs, 2 wickets, Orland Mofford 4 overs, 17 runs, 1 wicket, Timothy Warner 2 overs, 13 runs, 1 wicket. Cavaliers winning by 221 runs, winning their first championship since capturing the knockout title back in 2005.
Middlesex And Cavaliers Outcome Pending
On 9.13.2015 at Marine Park C, Twenty20 Semifinals, Middlesex vs Cavaliers. Middlesex claim the toss and elected to take first strike. Middlesex 145 for 2 from 20 overs, Mark Audain celebrating his birthday and continuing his fine form from his last weekend 3 days match knocks of 117 and 119 in Rhode Island, produced a prolific 81 (2 x 6s, 8 x 4s), Alston Bacchus give good support with a gritty 31, captain Rod Michael was 10 not out.
Bowling for Cavaliers, Dawnley Grant 4 overs, 28 runs, 1 wicket. Cavaliers 100 for 3 wickets from 13 overs, when umpire Rickette called unnecessarily for the covers during a slight drizzle. The game ending in an unresolved dispute. Shaquille Allick a classy 52 (8 x 4s), Dawnley Grant 22. Bowling for Middlesex, Treldon McMillan 1 over 6 runs, 1 wicket, Mark Audain 3 overs, 17 runs, 1 wicket, Kavir Singh 3 overs, 21 runs, 1 wicket. The league will make a ruling on the winner, not sure why Duckworth Lewis method was not used to decide who was the winner.