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Collins snares five Technocrats scalps
Alice Collins wowed spectators at the El Dorado West Secondary with her bowling antics, completing a five-wicket haul to see Spice Girls past Technocrats in the T&T Women’s Cricket Association league competition. This was on Sunday in the fourth round of the Premiership Division. Collins claimed five for three as Spice Girls defeated the defending champion by three wickets. Her performance earned her the “Player of the Round” award. Technocrats miserable run of play continued with them suffering their third straight loss of the competition. They batted first and were all out for 68 in 14.5 overs.
It was the second time for the season that the reigning champions have been bowled out for under 70 runs. The first time was last Sunday when Technocrats reached only 65 in their innings, in their 124-run defeat to Moosai Ladies. Collins twin sister Alison and Annmarie Mc Ewean were also good with the ball for the winner, each claiming two wickets for 23 and 18, respectively. Unbeaten Moosai resumed where it left off in the previous round, recording another victory, this time against Maaad Rangers by 165 runs, to make it four wins from as many matches.
The Moosai unit is at the top of the standings with 12 points, the same as Phoenix, the only other team with a clean slate in the four rounds of action but the former has a better net run rate. Last weekend, Phoenix topped Cricket Lovers, by four wickets. There were no matches played in the Championship Division due to inclement weather.
At El Dorado West Secondary
Moosai 243/4 (34 overs) (Kirbyina Alexander 48, Kamara Ragoobar 46, Leeann Kirby 33, Chedean Nation 20; Alisa Mohammed 2-40) vs Rangers 78 all out (28 overs) (Arielle Gomez 18; C Nation 3-6, L Kirby 2-1). Moosai Ladies won by 165 runs.
At Garden Village
Technocrats 68 all out (14.5 overs) (Whitney Cudjoe 20, Janelle Samuel 14; Alice Collins 5-3, Annmarie Mc Ewean 2-18, Alison Collins 2-23) vs Spice Girls 70/7 (18.2 overs) (Natalie Ninah 16 no, S Bolah; Desiree Simon 3-22). Spice Girls won by three wickets.
At Pinto Recreation ground
Cricket Lovers 60 all out (25.4 overs) (Crystal Hanslal 3-6, Felicia Walters 3-5, Stephanie Ramcharan 2-16) vs Phoenix Women 61/6 (19.4 overs) (Selene O’Neil 3-24, Pauline Dufeal 2-23). Phoenix won by four wickets.
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