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Powergen Secondary Schools Cricket
Left arm medium pacer Kwene Murrel took six for 29 while Ade Smith hit 63 to guide Moruga Secondary to a comfortable eight-wicket win over Manzanilla Secondary in the second round of the Powergen Secondary Schools Cricket League Division Two at Honeymoon Park, Tunapuna on Tuesday.
Batting first, Manzanilla were reduced to 118 all out in 28 overs by Murrel and Adrian Cooper (3-18). In reply, Moruga raced to their target in just 19 overs for the loss of two wickets. (NC)
At Riversdale Ground
San Fernando Central Secondary 51-3 (9.4) (St Augustine Jonathan Boysie 39 n.o.) vs St Augustine Secondary. Match abandoned due to rain.
At Honeymoon Park
Manzanilla Secondary 118 all out (28) (Dillon Tattia 51, Stephen Sooklal 22, Kwene Murrel 6-29, Adrian Cooper 3-18) vs Moruga Secondary 120-2 (19) (Ade Smith 63). Moruga Secondary won by eight wickets.
At Preysal Cricket Club Grounds
Barataria South Secondary 187 all out (47) (Shaquille Johnson 37, Tion Webster 37) vs Union Claxton Bay Secondary 81 all out (Nicholas Wellington 3-13, Kristoff St John 3-12). Barataria won by 106 runs.
Caraphichaima East Secondary 219-8 (40) (Sudesh Dhanram 58, Keston Charles 54, Vikash Sookhai 30, Antonio Providence 2-45, Adrian Alexander 2-46) vs Signal Hill Secondary 153 all out (36) (Ashaugn Pierre 26, Shakeem Duncan 33, Justin Joseph 3-24, Vikash Sookai 2-14, Amit Jaggernauth 2-28). Carapichima won by by 66 runs.
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