The Ivor Walters Primary School (IWPS) made a thumping statement at the ET Willet Park on Tuesday 10th July, when they won comprehensively over the Charlestown Primary school (CPS), in semifinal one, of the 2018 edition of the Runako Morton/TDC sponsored Primary Schools’ Cricket tournament.
CPS won the toss and confidently sent the opposition into bat.
The move soon reaped dividends and the IWPS team was struggling at one point, with Teshawn Newton, threatening to run through the innings. At one point, he was actually on a hat trick, but that was averted.
Skipper Chris Browne and Kenron freeman, then teamed up in an enterprising and unbroken 5th wicket partnership, to take their team to an imposing total of 99 for 4
When the CPS team took their turn at crease, Lythe Browne sent early shock waves into their camp, when he picked up 2 wickets in his first over and just missed out on a hat trick of his own.
The regular procession to and from the pavilion, continued throughout their innings, during hich they were bowled out for a meagre 33.
Summarized scores: IWPS 99 for 4 off 15 overs:
Kenron Freeman 23*;
Chris Browne 18*;
Jahmal Lewis 13
Teshawn Newton 3 for 13;
C’Jahnte Griffin 1 for 14
CPS: 33 all out in 10 overs:
Chris Watson 13*
Lythe Browne 3 for 3;
Chris Browne 2 for 8;
Jahmal Leis 2 for 2;
Stevens and Jones 1 wicket each
IWPS won by 66 runs