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Sept. 5th, 2009

Middlesex vs Brooklyn Knights
Brooklyn Cricket League knockout matches got underway, which is played in colored clothing, white ball and 35 allotted overs per side. The first match was Middlesex VS Brooklyn Knights at Marine Park D.


Donwell Hector during his knock of 83 not out.

Middlesex won the toss and ask Brooklyn Knights to take first strike. Brooklyn Knights registered 193 all out from 34.5 overs, Shafique 43, and Irfan 35 were the main contributors, bowling for Middlesex former Windward Islands fast bowler Casper Davis 4 for 33 from 7 overs, Andre Davis 2 for 20 from 4.5 overs and left arm spinner Lester Benn 2 for 33 from 7 overs. Middlesex in reply scored 194 for 3.

Windward Islands batsman Donwell Hector continue his fine form with a responsible knock of 83 not out, Casper Davis 49 not out and Jacob Emmanuel 22, Middlesex winning the match by 7 wickets.

Cavaliers vs Grenada
On Saturday 5th September it was Cavaliers taking on Grenada, Grenada batted first and scored 219 for 7, Gregory Anthony 42, Lester Douglas 37 not out, and Daniel Alexander 36. Bowling for Cavaliers Orlando Mofford 3 for 47, Cavaliers were dismissed for 131 all out, Albert Texiera 28, and Orlando Mofford 24, bowling for Grenada, Kelly Payne 3 for 4, Lester Douglas 2 for 8 and Daniel Alexander 2 for 40.

Imperial vs Travel Treat
On Sunday Imperial vs Travel Treat in the Brooklyn regular season Semi Final at Marine Park C, Travel Treat batted first and scored 189, Iqbal Zarfar 42 retired, after being hit in the face from medium fast bowler Orient Bostic, Asim Muneer 33, Shawaiz 28, and Junaid Mirza 25. Bowling for Imperial, Orient Bostic 3 for 29 from 7 overs, Devane Warner 2 for 35 from 7 overs, and Clarence Wyllie 2 for 35 from 8 overs. Imperial 193 for 2 wickets.

Former Windward islands batsman Kester Sylvester 69, former Barbadian youth player Shaun Sargeant 57, Orient Bostic 31 not out and former Leeward Islands wicket keeper Jason Williams 26 not out, Imperial winning by 8 wickets, and will meet Punjab in the Final of the Brooklyn league regulars season.

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