All Stars Go 6 And 0

The All-stars stars team leap frogged to an unassailable top spot in the ongoing Youth and Sports Department/Development Bank sponsored, Tape ball Cricket tournament, when they thrashed the Highlights team, on Wednesday evening.
This victory makes them the undisputed leader of the preliminary rounds of matches, as they go to 6 wins and no losses.
On Wednesday night at the ET Willet Park, All stars won the toss and elected to bat first.
Javani Tyson treated the Highlights bowling with disdain. His undefeated half a ton, contained 3 fours and 7 sixes.
This helped the Stars to 109 for 2 in their allotted ten overs.
When the Highlights team batted, they really had no proper response and folded for a mere 39 for 7 in their ten overs.
Truly a one sided affair.
Summarized scores: All Stars 109 for 2 from 10 overs: Javani Tyson 69*; Tijari Clarke 25*
K. Nisbett and T. Mills 1 wicket each
Highlights 39 for 7 from 10 overs: L. Mills 9; N. Southwell 8
Kian Pemberton 2 for 9; Delvon Clarke 2 for 13; Saneldo Willet 1 for 5
All Stars winning by 70 runs
Meanwhile, on Sunday 28th October, Empire got the better of Rawlins, in a thrilling encounter.
Rawlins batted first and on the back of a scintillating knock by skipper Carlon Smithen, got to a challenging 97 for 3 in 10 overs.
Carlon Smithen 47; T. Wharton 19.
When the Empire team batted, they struggled throughout.
It took all of 9.3 overs for them to overhaul the total but the fact is, they eventually did, with just three balls to spare.
Summarized scores: Rawlins-97 for 3 from 10 overs: Carlon Smithen 47; Wharton 19
S. Merchant 2 for 16; J. Simmonds 1 for 13
Empire 98 for 3 from 9.3 overs:
Kejel Tyson 35; Adelvin Phillip 33*
J. Manners 2 for 15
Empire won by 7 wickets
Updated Points standing
All stars 6 matches-6 wins-0 losses 18 points
GT United 6 matches-3 wins-3 losses-9 points
Calypso 6 matches -3 wins -3 losses-9 points
Empire 5 matches-3 wins-2 losses-9 points
SDA Jets-5 matches-3 wins-2 losses-9 points
Rawlins 6 matches-1 win-5 losses-3 points
Highlights-6 matches-6 losses-0 points
The final placement of teams tied on points, will be determined by run rate, as stipulated by the tournament’s rules.
It therefore means that the final preliminary match, slated for this coming Saturday night, between Empire and SDA Jets, will help to determine the final top four placements.
The top four teams will then be engaged in the semifinal encounters on Sunday 4th November with the number one team taking on the fourth placer and the second and third placed teams, will also face off. The grand finals between the two top teams will be played the following Sunday-11th November.

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