Three matches were played in the Department of Youth Development and sports Under 15 Schools Cricket tournament.Victories were recorded for Leon Hess over St. Mary’s College, Choiseul Secondary over Vieux Fort Comprehensive and Grande Riviere Secondary over Clendon mason Memorial.
At the Gros Islet Playing Field Leon Hess Comprehensive defeated defending champions St. Mary’s College by 5 wickets.St. Mary’s College batting first made a disappointing 98 all out in 21 overs with captain Zidane Arthur making 23, Ackeem Auguste 22 Sergio Auguste 13 and Ryan Goodman 11.For Leon Hess the main wicket takers were Jaden Elibox 5 for 23 in 8 overs, Denzel Albert 4 for 10 in 4 overs with one wicket going to Udell Preville.In reply Leon Hess led by Denzel Albert with 34 Keygan Arnold 14, Udell Preville 12 and Jaden Elibox 12 not out finished on 101 for 5 in 18 overs.Bowling for St. Mary’s College, Ackeem Auguste 2 for 22 in 4 overs, Amari Venne 2 for 28 in 5 overs with one wicket going to Zidane Arthur.
At the Piaye Playing Field Choiseul Secondary continued their impressive unbeaten run with a commanding 10 wicket win against former power house Vieux Fort Comprehensive.A clinical bowling display from Choiseul Secondary reduced Vieux Fort Comprehensive to a humiliating score of 17 all out in 9.1 overs.This demolition was undertaken by Shervon Brown 5 for 5 in 3.1 overs, skipper Sky Lafeuille 3 for 4 in 3 overs .Choiseul rattled up the target scoring 18 in just 2.1 overs with Davel Edward being not out on 13.
At the Dennery Playing Field, Grande Riviere Secondary defeated Clendon Mason Memorial comfortably by 8 wickets.Clendon mason batting first was restricted to 64 in 16 overs with Nicky Henville top scoring with 15.Bowling for Grande Riviere Sachin Cepal 3 for 20 in 6 overs, Marius Stanislaus 3 for 22 in 4 overs, Mc Wayne Vidal 2 for 9 in 3 overs with one wicket going to Jeannel Emmanuel.In reply, Grande Riviere Secondary led by Darneil Deterville with 36 not out, Jaquan Deshong 12 and Sachin Cepal 10 finished on 68 for 2 in 11 overs. For Clendon Mason Memorial, the wicket takers were Nicky Henville and Kurtlan Severin with one wicket each.