RCI St. Lucia
posted on April 08, 2014 07:04
The visiting Colchester Royal Grammar School out of the United Kingdom went down to John Eugene Academy by 58 runs in a 40-overs-per-side match at the Gros Islet Playing Field yesterday.
Batting first, Eugene Academy were in deep waters on 86 for 5 before No.3 batsman, Kester Charlemagne and Quaine Henry steadied the innings with a sixth-wicket partnership of 55. Charlemagne made 77 which included fourteen fours, while Henry contributed 33 to help the host to 174 for 9 from their allotment of 40 overs. Benroy Papin, who made 13, was the only other batsman to reach into double figures.
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