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Melius, Eugene lead Windwards to victory

By Terry Finisterre

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Kimani Melius

(SNO) – Saint Lucia and WINDIES Under-19 batsman Kimani Melius propelled hosts Windward Islands to their second straight victory in the WINDIES Under-19 One-day Championship on Saturday.

Melius hit a boundary-studded 65 from 53 balls to top an even 50 from Uri Smith to carry the Windwards to a six-wicket victory over Leeward Islands at Cumberland.

Leeward Islands amassed 155/9 (43 overs). Melius, as aggressive as is his his wont, hit four fours and five sixes,with a strike rate of 122.64 to lead the Windwards from the front.

The second highest run scorer as the Windwards got past the adjusted target at 154/4 (33.3 overs) was fellow Saint Lucian, Johnel Eugene, who struck a more sedate 29 off 47 balls.

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  1. This boy never fails. I hope he gets out of here sooner than later, both of them, for their own sake. They should be in academies in India, Australia or the U.K. as history has shown us that is only those who get out will be able to dominate the world stage. Currently we do not have the capacity to get these great players to the next level. That should be the discussion right now. Although one can point to Lavern Spencer, however she did have a lot of her training overseas. Also consider the highly technical nature of cricket. Hope i can get some support on this.

  2. Good going, young man. Keep aiming for the top for there's always room there. Remember too give your Maker thanks for life as well as the talent/abilities with which you have been blessed. Wishing you the very best in your career and in life too.


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