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Harvard moves to top of North Zone
Harvard Sports Club crushed Morvant based Ebony Sports Club by an innings and 98 runs to control pole position after two rounds of the North Zone TTCB Senior Division.
Batting first on their home turf, Morvant Recreation Ground, Ebony posted a competitive 204 all out, with Akeem Bailey top scoring with 42 and assisted by Grafton Phillip who made 35.
Randy Harvey took 3/38 and Steven Kadoo 3/40 the main destroyers bowling for Harvard.
Harvard led by Andy Alexander who scored 113 off just 69 balls and Randy Harvey 74 recorded an imposing 353/6 declared.
This proved too much for Ebony as they were bowled out in their second turn at the crease for just 51. Keenen Tinto with figures of 6/20 doing the damage.
Meanwhile Glenora Sports Club the early leaders after round one, kept within striking distance of Harvard with a hard fought draw with nemesis Invincible Sports Club. Glenora batting first made 189 all out with wicketkeeper batsman Kerol Dick top scoring with 54, while Skipper Dusty Joseph contributed 38 and Earnil Ryan 25.
In reply Invincible were bowled out for 188 handing Glenora the narrowest of first innings lead of just 1 run. Bowling for Glenora National U13 spinner Emilo Gopaul grabbed 5/43 and Kelvin John 2/12.
In their second innings Glenora was led by David Adams who stroked an elegant 105 assisted by Kwinsi Williams who scored 72 to declare at 200/7. Needing 202 for victory Invincible reached 105/5.
In other matches North Coast rebounded from their opening loss to Harvard to gain an outright victory over Wanderers, while Ranga XI rebounded from their loss to Glenora to gain a first innings victory over Santa Cruz.
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