The victorious St. Lucia cricket team.

Brooklyn Cricket League
Emperial vs St. Lucia
On 9/21 the Final at Marine Park C, Emperial 163 all out from 27.5 overs, Foster Lewis played a captain’s knock, a brilliant 60, Bjor Brown 36 and Don Paris 22, bowling for St. Lucia, Victor Mangal bowling his slow medium pacers, 4 for 26 from 5.5 overs, Richard Moncherry 2 for 28 from 6 overs, Winston Celestine 1 for 40 from 7 overs, and Peter Francis 1 for 43 from 7 overs. St. Lucia 165 for 5 from 18.3 overs, master blaster Creed Fontenelle a whirlwind 66 (9 x 4s, 1 x 6), Captain Libert Serieux 30 not out, (2 x 4s, 2 x 6s), Boom Boom Jacob Emmanuel a lusty 28 (4 x 4s, 1 x 6). Bowling for Emperial, leg spinner Byron Mars, 2 for 43 from 5 overs, T. Sami 1 for 58 from 7 overs, Charles 1 for 23 from 5 overs.  St. Lucia winning the 2014 Brooklyn Cricket League Knockout championship by 5 wickets, this is there 2nd Championship this season, also winning the Brooklyn Cricket League 40 overs championship. Congrats to St. Lucia, the best all-round team in the Brooklyn Cricket League for 2014.

Emperial vs Middlesex
On 9/20 at Marine Park C 1st Semi Final, Emperial vs Middlesex, Emperial won the toss and elected to take first knock. Emperial 236 for 9 from 35 overs, former St. Vincent and the Grenadines player Clarence Wyllie a magnificent 102 (11 x 4s), Foster Lewis 31, and Jamal Cunningham a classy 30. Bowling for Middlesex, swing bowler Kavir Singh 3 for 32 from 7 overs, medium pacer Leon Hyde 2 for 53 from 7 overs, off spinner Treldon McMillan 1 for 26 from 4 overs, Mark Audain 1 for 34 from 5 overs, and fast bowler Denver Passley 1 for 37 from 5 overs. Middlesex 222 for 9 from 35 overs, former St. Vincent and the Grenadines youth player and captain Mark Audain continuing his fine form with well composed elegant 62 (10 x 4s), Leon Hyde batted responsible for his Middlesex career best 51 not out, David Anthony a whirlwind 21 (3 x 4s, 1 x 6), Dominic Audain, Denva Passley, and Treldon McMillan each contributed 13 runs respectively. Bowling for Emperial, leg spinner Byron Mars 2/36 from 7 overs, off spinner Augustus Mofford 2 for 31 from 7 overs, medium pacer Roy Bryan 2 for 46 from 6 overs, young Bangladeshi leg spinner T. Sami 1 for 37 from 5 overs, and Clarence Wyllie 1 for 33 from 7 overs. Emperial winning by 14 runs.

The 2014 Middlesex Cricket Club.

Cavaliers vs Middlesex
On September 13th at Marine Park C, Brooklyn cricket league 35 overs knockout. Cavaliers vs Middlesex, Cavaliers won the toss and asked Middlesex to take first strike.  Middlesex 119 for 4 wickets when rain stopped play, the birthday boy Captain Mark Audain was 37 not out, Chandrapaul Roopnarine 28, and Leon Hyde 18 not out, bowling for Cavaliers, Ezekiel Williams 5/0/20/1, Timothy Warner  5/0/33/1 and Richie Ruplal 4/0/16/0. Match abandon.

On September 14th Cavaliers vs Middlesex at Marine Park C, Middlesex won the toss and elected to take first strike.  Middlesex 159 runs for 9 wickets from 35 allotted overs, Captain Mark Audain continue his fine form with a well composed 36 runs, the reliable Leon Hyde a vital 30 runs, Tyson Crawford was unbeaten on 19 runs, Treldon McMillan a gritty 16 was the only other double figures contribution. Bowling for Cavaliers, off spinner Ezekiel Williams 7/0/24/2, leg spinner Ephraim Bacchus 7/1/20/2, captain Richie Ruplal 6/0/29/1, Timothy Warner 7/0/36/1, and former West Indies fast bowler Cameron Cuffy 7/0/40/1. Cavaliers 150 all out from 35 overs, Cameron Cuffy a responsible 36 runs, Andrew Marsh a well composed 27, K. Gomes a vital 22, Timothy Warner 14, and Cosmos Bailey 13 was the double figures contributors.  Bowling for Middlesex, medium pacer Leon Hyde produced an economical spell 7/1/23/2, Captain Mark Audain a brilliant spell of fast medium bowling  7/0/24/2, leg spinner Jawanza Young produced a match changing and winning spell  7/0/26/2, swing bowler  Kavir Singh bowled an impeccable line and length produced his most important spell of the season 6/0/29/1, the match went down to the last over in front of a large crowd with live DJ and commentary.  Middlesex winning by 9 runs.