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Leaders QPCC go for another win
Leaders Queen’s Park will begin as favourites today when they play Aranguez in their second match of the T&T Cricket Board (TTCB) Premiership at the Queen’s Park Oval.
The Parkites who earned an outright win after losing on first innings to Bamboo will be hoping their weakened outfit can again do the business before their star players come in later on in the tournament.
Aranguez had a good outing against Esmeralda, winning on first innings but failing to close out the win. Second placed PowerGen missing a number of their regular players will come up against Esmeralda at Esmeralda. The Power Boys hammered newcomers Diamond United in their opening clash at Syne Village on the back of a double hundred by Nicholas Sookdeosingh. However, they would find the more experienced Esmeralda a tougher nut to crack.
In other matches, Alescon Comets, also winning their first match against Caldrac will come up against Diamond at Pierre Road. Merry Boys host Moosai Sports at Diego Martin and Bamboo plays Clarke Road at Bamboo. There will be no match between Wanderers and Caldrac as Wanderers have decided against playing due to protest action.
Alescon Comets vs F&E Diamond United SC at Pierre Road.
Wanderers vs Caldrac Club at Gilbert Park.
Merry Boys Sports Club vs Moosai’s Sports Club at St Mary’s Ground.
Seenath's Auto Bamboo SC vs FCB Clarke Road United at Bamboo.
QPCC vs HKL Aranguez SC at QPCC.
Esmeralda Sports Club vs Powergen Penal Sports Club at Esmeralda.
Team P Pts
Powergen 1 27
QPCC 1 26
Comets 1 26
Moosai SC 1 24
Aranjuez SC 1 17
Clarke Road United 1 16
Esmeralda SC 1 9
Merry Boys SC 1 9
Bamboo SC 1 8
Caldrac Club 1 6
Diamond United 1 2
Wanderers 0 -10.
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