Brooklyn Cricket League
Royal Challengers Brooklyn vs Cavaliers
On Saturday July 14th at Marine Park C, Royal Challengers Brooklyn 219 all out, Saad Awan fell short of a ton by 3 runs hitting 97. Bowling for Cavaliers, Ezekiel Sports Williams 5/0/30/4, Bruno Henry 6/0/30/2, and Shaquille Allick 7/1/42/2. Cavaliers in reply scored 220 for 6, Andrew Marsh 47, Shaquille Allick 38, Orlando Mofford 29 not out and David Bishop 27. Bowling for Royal Challengers Brooklyn, Saad Awan 7/0/39/2. Cavaliers winning b 4 wickets.
Middlesex vs KCL Cricket Club
On Saturday July 14th at Marine Park D, Middlesex vs KCL Cricket Club. Middlesex 281 all out from 35 overs, Carlos Green on debut a magnificent 75 (12 x 4s), Captain Mark Audain a superb 60 (1 x 6, 9 x 4s), Odean Cunningham chipped in with 25, extras 45. Bowling for KCL Cricket Club, Ghore Train 3/0/25/2, and Lala Abudllah 4/0/28/2. KCL Cricket Club 156 all out, Shoaib Shiek 60, Umar Perez 25. Bowling for Middlesex fast bowler Odean Cunningham 6/0/30/5, off spinner Carlos Green 6/0/30/3, and Windward Islands off spinner Kenneth Dember on his debut 6/0/22/2. Middlesex winning by 125 runs.
Metropolitan Cricket League
CoolTech vs Villagers
CoolTech 130 all out, Mark Gomes 22, Richard Allen 17, Paul Salmon 16. Bowling for Villagers, Ryan Burnett 7/0/31/3, Jamaica and CCC player Cassius Burton bowling his leg spinners 2/0/8/2. Villagers 131 for 2, former West Indies player Xavier Marshall 50, Cassius Burton 45 not out, Windward Islands batsman Keddie Lesporis 32. Bowling for CoolTech Aldean Mundley 3/0/23/1 and Dexter Barnaby 6/0/33/1. Villagers winning by 8 wickets.
New Jersey Strikers vs Berbice Royals
New Jersey Strikers 119 for 9, Parin Patel 35, Mauthan Italiya 26. Bowling for Berbice Royals, leg spinner Orlando Kirton produced a brilliant spell, 8/1/12/5, Andre Kirton 7/0/28/1 and Conrrad Carbon 3/0/20/1. Berbice Royals 124 for 5, Craig Oliver 40 not out. Bowling for New Jersey Strikers, Rajneesh Rai 7/0/26/2, and Zee Shan Chaughtai 3/0/14/2. Berbice Royals winning by 5 wickets.
Report compiled by Mark Audain