Match Preview: Semi Finals 1 – Salt Pond Breakers vs Grenadines Divers
Salt Pond Breakers, looking like the team to beat this tournament, will be an uphill task for the Divers. Sometimes, the comfort that comes with being the underdogs can be a confidence driver of sorts knowing you have nothing to lose and only things to gain.
In The Spotlight
Sunil Ambris has been playing brilliant Cricket and the big stage has arrived. Ambris along with Nedd and Thomas has done the bulk of the scoring for the Breakers. The form they’re in, who will bet against them coming good? The Breakers have a good bowling attack. They have good pacers in Delorn Johnson and Beniton Stapleton. Javid Harry has been bossing the powerplay with his left arm spin – all in all, the Breakers will be feeling confident that they can reach the finals.
For the Divers, their bowling attack continues to be exemplary, especially their death bowling led by Obed McCoy and Razine Browne. It will be a keen contest between the Divers bowling attack and the Breakers batting line up. The Divers will want to put on one of their better batting performances to give the Breakers a run for their money. When the Divers have scored big, Asif Hooper was the man to pump momentum into the batting – he’ll be key throughout the game!
There weather is expected to be partly sunny, with a slight chance of rain.
Conditions are expected to be similar to what we have seen in the past few days – an excellent surface conducive for batting!
Grenadines Divers: Asif Hooper, Wayne Harper, Alex Samuel, Shem Browne, Romano Pierre, Richie Richards, Braxie Browne, Razine Browne, Geron Whyllie, Obed McCoy, Shamick Roberts
Salt Pond Breakers: Sunil Ambris, kadir Nedd, Donwell Hector, Urnel Thomas, Rickford Walker, Jeremy Layne, Beniton Stapleton, Javid Harry, Seon Sween, Delorn Johnson, Wesrick Strough