Castries, Saint Lucia: Two Saint Lucian Female cricketers have been selected to participate in the inaugural Women’s CPL to be held in St. Kitts from August 31 to September 4, 2022.
This tournament will see 3 Female teams (Barbados Royals, Guyana Amazon Warriors and Trinbago Knight Riders) battling against each other to win the prestigious 1st place trophy. Preceding this tournament the players will be engaged in The 6ixty Tournament.
Senior West Indies Player QIANA JOSEPH will be playing with the Barbados Royals, whilst West Indies A/West Indies Under-19 cricketer; ZAIDA JAMES has been selected to the Guyana Amazon Warriors.
Wishing both players all the best.
Earlier, the Northern Cluster Grassroots/ Ministry of Youth Development and Sports 2022 Summer Cricket Camp (Day #12) took place on Monday August 8 with “Cricket Match Day #1” at the Gros Islet Playing Field.
Two high level matches were played among campers.
Game #1 among players 15 years and under together with female under 19 players and Game #2 among under 19 male players together with senior players.
In game #1 the teams were led by National Under 19 player KHAN ELCOCK and Windward Islands Under 19 Female player SKYY SMITH.
Elcock’s team batting first in a game reduced to 20 overs a side made 145 for 4 in their allocated overs with Isaiah Jones making 68 not out with 11 fours and 1 six and skipper Khan Elcock 55 with 7 fours and 4 sixes.
The wicket takers for Smith’s team were Jaheem Simeon with 2 for 24 in 4 overs and 1 wicket to Darvin Ford.
In reply Smith’s team close their inning on 112 for 6 in their 20 overs with Darvin Ford making 52 not out with 8 fours and 2 sixes and 11 each to Leon Alexander and captain Skyy Smith.
The wicket takers for Elcock’s team were Sheldon Willie with 3 for 14 in 3 overs and 1 wicket each to Bjorn Fanis, Christian Peter and Khan Elcock.
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