Match Preview: 17th Match – Botanical Gardens Rangers vs Salt Pond Breakers
Botanical Garden Rangers has booked their spot in the playoffs, so they can breathe slightly easier than the other teams. Salt Pond Breakers are not quite there yet but they are looking as strong title contenders yet again.
In The Spotlight
Botanical Garden Rangers have everything going for them. The batting is clicking and when it doesn’t the bowling is winning them matches. Their batting line up is exciting and it would be interesting to see how they fair against a well rounded Breakers bowling attack.
Salt Pond Breakers broke themselves out of jail yesterday, struggling at 62 in 8 overs but still managed to post 113 thanks to late order power hitting of Delorn Johnson and Seon Sween who smashed 51 runs in the last two overs. That’s the sign of a champion team, finding ways to win games when starring down defeat in the eyes. It’s the first time that their batting line up was severely tested and they would be pleased to know that they passed the test.
This is the first time both teams are meeting in this tournament, and it is set to be a cracker of a match.
The weather for today is set to be rainy – it will be one of those days that Cricketers don’t enjoy.
The pitch looks in good condition for T10 cricket. It’s starting to slow down a bit but 90-100 still seems to be the scoring range to aim for to be in with a sniff of the game.
Salt Pond Breakers: Sunil Ambris, Leshawn Lewis, Romano Pierre, Urnel Thomas, Ryan John, Ricavo Williams, Jeremy Layne, Seon Sween, Tijourn Pope, Javid Harry, Delorn Johnson
Botanical Garden Rangers: Hyron Shallow, Emmanuel Stewart, Keron Cottoy, Donwell Hector, Atticus Browne, Kenneth Dember, Richie Richards, Zimron Providence, Romario Bibby, Kimali Williams, Donald Delpesche