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SMC through to Massy Cricket final

By Terry Finisterre, Sports Correspondent

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Celebrating their 125th anniversary, St Mary’s College are through to the final of the 2015 Massy United Insurance Under-19 Schools Cricket Tournament, where they will face Soufriere Comprehensive.

SMC registered a comfortable eight-wicket win over a Sir Arthur Lewis Community College who complained of having difficulty fielding a team for the semifinal. Most SALCC students have competed instruction and are not at the institution from day to day.

At Mindoo Philip Park, the Samarians routed their counterparts from the top of the Morne, dismissing SALCC for 78 in 32 overs. SALCC captain Christian Charlery was the only batsman in double figures, making 25.

St Mary’s College spinners wove a web around the opposition. Qwaine Henry took two wickets for seven runs in three overs. Simeon Gerson took to for eight in four overs . Keeghan Patrick took two for nine in seven overs.

Chasing a revised target of 74 for victory and a spot into the final, St Mary’s finished on 75 for two, needing just 22 overs. Kevyn Arnold and memn of the match Keeghan Patrick finished on 37 and 15 not out, respectively.

The two wickets to fall for SMC were taen by Simeon Dalkhan and Millan David.

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  1. The SMC boys certainly stepped together and played that game!!!! Congrats!

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