Vello Interviews Kerk Higgins

Interview with Kerk Higgins!


Prashanth Nair, former USA U-19, was selected for his maiden Senior International duty.

Prashanth Nair, former USA U-19, was selected for his maiden Senior International duty.

Kerk Higgins has been involved in New York and American cricket over the last 20 years. After a successful career Higgins moved into Management and Coaching in 2009. Higgins has featured on the Management team for Bedessee Destroyer and other franchises at both local and national tournaments such as the US Open. Higgins’ most significant appointment to date has been his assignments with the ICC led USA national setup. Following his appearance as a coach at the New York Combine last June, Higgins has featured as manager to the US National Trials at the end of July in Florida, as well as the ICC Americas Under-19 Manager at the West Indies Under Tournament in St. Vincent in August. Higgins then returned to manage a New York Selection against MCC in New York in September.

VelloCricket: How was your transition from a player to coaching and management?

Kerk Higgins: It wasn’t too bad at all, for the simple fact that I played with most of the players and they were easy to work with.

VelloCricket: You have now managed at the National Men’s Trials and at the National youth Level what were those experiences like?

Kerk Higgins: It’s always great doing anything with cricket, but those two assignments were good experiences for me, especially the tour to the West Indies Under-19 tournament. The West Indies Under-19 tour was a learning experience because it was my first to tournament being run by a Test playing nation.

VelloCricket: You have probably seen it all in US Cricket over the past twenty years. How would you rate the current ICC led administration of US Cricket?

Kerk Higgins: I like what ICC is currently doing, why I am in favor of what they are doing is because it is benefiting the players. There are a lot more players getting a chance to compete for a spot in the national team. Also, we are seeing the players have training camps and so on.  So for those reason I agree with what ICC is currently doing here.

VelloCricket: How did your view of the game change after taking up management and coaching?

Kerk Higgins: The game has definitely changed a whole lot. For one, the batters are a bit aggressive and the bowlers are always under pressure.

VelloCricket: From the players you have seen this season in the US being around tournaments over the last seven years, what kind of chance would you give Team USA heading into the Auty Cup and World Cricket League (WCL) Division Four next month (October 2016)?

Kerk Higgins: Well starting with the Auty Cup, I think it will be a very good test for the US boys, Canada always seem to have an edge over USA, so hopefully with all the work the coaches have been doing with the boys we will see an improved performance against the Canadians. As for the WCL Division Four, I don’t know much of the teams that the US will be competing against, but I do think that we have a good, balanced team that will be competitive in every game and advance to Division Three.

VelloCricket: What do you see for yourself and US Cricket in the future?

Kerk Higgins: I would love to be part of the management staff of US Cricket.

VelloCricket: Any hope for US repeating Afghanistan’s feature rising through the ranks to the upper eons of World Cricket?

Kerk Higgins: Definitely! That’s what we all should be striving for.

USA National Team For Auty Cup and WCL Division Four:

Akeem Dodson, Alex Amsterdam, Danial Ahmed, Elmore Hutchinson, Fahad Babar, Jasdeep Singh, Muhammad Ahsan Ali Khan, Nicholas Standford, Prashanth Nair, Srinivasa Santhanam, Steven Taylor, Syed Abdullah, Timil Patel, Timroy Allen.


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Baksh, Byrappagowda Lead List of USA National Umpires


The following umpires have been selected to the National Panel for 2016-2018 seasons:

USACUA Elite Panel

  1. usacuaMr. Mohammed S. Baksh, New York
  2. Mr. Ravishankar Byrappagowda, California
  3. Mr. Mohammed Ally, Florida
  4. Mr. Sylvan Taylor, Florida
  5. Mr. Neelkanth Jammula, Florida
  6. Mr. Jermaine Lindo, Georgia
  7. Mr. Vijay Mallela, Maryland
  8. Mr. Anil Pap, Virginia
  9. Mr. Dyon Ravello, New York
  10. Mr. Samir Bandar, Texas
  11. Mr. Mangesh Rane, Massachusetts
  12. Mr. S. Yussuff, New York
  13. Mr. Aditya Gajjar, Georgia
  14. Mr. Anuj Patel, California
  15. Mr. Nur Uddin, Georgia
  16. Mr. Partha Pattnaik, California


  1. Mr. R. Khan, New York
  2. Mr. D. Sewananan, New York
  3. Mr. Raj Jalli, New Jersey
  4. Mr. K. Howell, Massachusetts
  5. Mr. R. Nayak, Nebraska
  6. Mr. Sundaram Subramanyan, California

USACUA Women’s Panel

  1. Ms. Petal Samuels, Georgia
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Atkins, Arora Lead 22 Selected To USA Womens Camp

United States of America Women Cricket

Candacy Atkins

Candacy Atkins

The USA Women’s Selection Panel has today announced a squad of 22 players to take part in the development camp in Philadelphia from September 9th – 11th.

The squad contains a combination of developing players who took part in the USA Cricket Combines earlier in the year as well as some more experienced women whom have represented the USA at National level in the past.

Commenting on the squad Chairman of Selectors Ricardo Powell said “We are keen to reward some of the women who were able to come to the Combines and show their commitment and ability, however we understand not everyone was able to make the Combine so have included some talented players who have plenty to contribute to the women’s game in the USA. This squad is a development squad, we know there are other women and young players across the country that the selectors would also like to see in the future.”

The camp will be coached by Anand Tummala, a past Ranji Trophy and USA player, who is now a Level 3 coach. He will be assisted during the camp by female selectors Patricia Whittaker, Julie Abbott and Joan Alexander-Sorrano.

The USA Women’s Development Squad is:

Akshatha Rao
Anahita Arora
Candacy Atkins
Erica Rendler
Hannah Solomon
Jyotsna Dixit
Mahika Kandanala
Melissa Sandy
Muneshri Persaud
Nadia Gruny
Onika Wallerson
Samantha Ramautar
Samikshya Aryal
Sara Farooq
Shandell Ward
Shebani Baskhar
Sindhu Sriharsha
Sindhuja Reddy Salguti
Sugetha Kalyanaraman Chandhrasekar
Swati Mishra
Vritti Sethi
Zeenat Kausar

We wish all involved the best for productive few days for women’s cricket in Philadelphia!


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CLPUSA Children’s Cricket Academy Fall Program begins Sept. 10th

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Following successful programs over the past two years CLPUSA will open its Fall Cricket Coaching on September 10th to October 22nd, 2016. Programs run Saturdays at 4pm-6pm. Students between the ages of seven and 15 years old are encouraged to be part of the history making experience. Location: Baisley Pond Park, Queens


To register – Call: 917-266-5395




CLPUSA has introduced cricket to over 8000 students in the New York Elementary and Middle Schools. CLPUSA has been featured on One World Sports’ “Out of My League,” –  while contesting the NATA Under-13 tournament. Over the winter CLPUSA conducts coaching programs geared on improving the technical ability of the players.

CLPUSAUnder the guidance of Dyon Ravello CLPUSA will continue to serve students with the latest and most effective drills and tips on improving their game. Parents are encourage to participate and be part of the management team.

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Liberty, Everest Locked On Points Going Into The Final Round

Eastern American Cricket Association Division I Power 40

Amarnauth Persaud added another EACA century for ACS/Everest vs. Gladiators

Amarnauth Persaud added another EACA century for ACS/Everest vs. Gladiators

ACS/Everest hosting Gladiators at the picturesque Lido Beach Park, the host won the toss and elected to take first strike on August 14th, 2016. Everest scored and imposing 288/6 in the allocated 40 overs. Amarnauth Persaud led the charge with a measured hundred showing that he still has the class that brought him success in previous seasons. Deveshwari Prashad scored and unbeaten half century in a hundred plus partnership with Amarnauth Persaud. Manjrekar Bhola and Ameer Khan had two wickets each for the visitors.

Gladiators loss wickets are regular intervals but found a reliable charge in the form of Khan who consolidated the innings. Khan remained unbeaten on 87 as Gladiators posted a competitive response getting to 252/7 when overs ran out. Bhola contributed 37 with K.Shewprasad scoring 30. For Everest Wasim Haslim was the main bowler with 3/42. Everest are joint top of the table with Liberty and Galaxy on 50 points. Everest will tackle Galaxy in the final round of the league on August 21 at the high tempo arena, Baisley Park Cage. The match up can possible be a dress rehearsal for the semifinals the following week


Liberty SC edge Atlantis in low scoring affair

LSCA sublime bowling partnership between Leon Mohabir and Orlando Kirton lifted Liberty Sports Club to a thrilling 19 runs victory over Atlantis Cricket Club – New York. The crafty effort came in defense of just 84 runs in a 40 over match at Bay Park this past Sunday. The duo combined for 7 wickets for 28 runs off 13 overs to bowl out ACC-NY for 65 runs.

The Bay Park wicket has tested EACA batsmen all summer. An attempt to beef up the wicket in preparation for the 2016 season appears to have done some disservice to the pitch as the months got warmer. Small, loose gravel present in the surface along with some uneven areas makes bounce and timing extremely difficult for batsmen to master.

Liberty Sports Club is all too familiar with the conditions at Bay Park having played four of their previous 12 games there.  The unfriendly surface was not kind to batsmen in those games. Twice #TheBlueNation batting fell short chasing otherwise getable totals and the two times when they chased successfully it required some effort.

If the pitch conditions were not difficult enough the teams arrived to meet a heavy outfield and a stiff ocean wind sweeping across midwicket from the player’s camp area to the boat docks.

Atlantis’ skipper Alex Amsterdam called correctly and inserted LSC to bat first. Miss-timed shots sent back Romeno Deane, Trevor Henry and Trinson Carmichael early. While ACC was making great inroads, limiting LSC to 37 for 3 in the 7th over, their opening bowlers would ever so often miss their target with wide deliveries. The ever watchful Francis Mendonca found some support from Danesh Deonarain as they moved the score up to 54 for 3 by the 13 over water break.


Deonarain (11) departed after the break and Mendonca (12) followed shortly after. The remaining LSC batsmen did their best to extend the total. Mohabir and Kirton added a crucial 17 runs for the final wicket. LSC’s inning ended inside the 33rd over, bowled out for 84. While ACC bowlers tightened up on the extras they ended up contributing an inning high 21 wides and a leg by to the LSC’s effort.

Bowling for ACC Dillon Bourne picked up 3 for 21. The crucial contributor to his runs were ten wides. Prashanth Nair picked up 3 for 13. Keon Lake, Alex Amsterdam & Greg Robinson shared a wicket each.

With experience on the wicket, and knowing first hand the difficulty level for batting #TheBlueNation lads were prepared to defend any total posted in the books. Nicholas Standford came out with other intentions.  He blasted 18 runs inside the 4th over but an attempted pull found a top edge and required a smart running catch from Orlando Kirton to remove him off Carmichael’s bowling.

Opening bowlers Carmichael and Madramootoo kept ACC to 32 for 1 after 10 over. Leon Mohabir was the first change introduced into the attack and struck immediately. His leg spinning partner, Kirton,  was introduced at the bay end 2 overs later and he too found success immediately. Atlantis now 43 for 3 after the 14th over.

Mohabir and Orland proceeded to take over the show, utilizing the favorable conditions superbly the two leggies strangled the ACC scoring. They would take 5 additional wickets with 5 runs being the maximum scored for any one of their seven total victims. Kirton bowled 5 overs for only 12 runs for his three scalps while Mohabir knocked over 4 wickets for 16 runs off 8 overs.

Carmichael and Madramootoo finished with 2 and 1 wicket respectively. Noteworthy to the outcome is the extras section of the scorecard. To even the casual cricket fan extras would stand out glaringly. While ACC allowed LSC 22 free runs, the highly disciplined Liberty SC unit did not allow a single extra in their defense.

Randall Wilson’s patient fight ended up in vain when he was the last batsman removed. Having opened the batting he fell scoring half of ACC’s final total of 65. The fall of his wicket erupted massive euphoria in the LSC camp in celebration of the defense of 84, the lowest successful defense by the club in it’s 7 year existence. .

With one game left before the playoffs LSC will take on Big Apple CC at Seaview and 108 street while Atlantis CC will do battle with Gladiators CC at Lido Beach.


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Team Predictor: West Indies and India Test Series

by Dyon Ravello


Leon Johnson, set to return to West Indian Test line up

The first Test between West Indies and India is exactly a month away. West Indies has shown measured improvement in the current Tri-nation series involving Australia and South Africa. It will be a great boost of confidence to make the final by getting the better of the South Africans and even more so to top the Australians in the finals. Prior to the Tri-Series West Indies held a training camp for those players who impressed this past season on the First Class circuit. Some notable attendees were this season’s top run scorer Leon Johnson (807 runs), Vishaul Singh the third top run scorer (712 runs) and  rookie spinner Gudesh Motie, fourth top wicket taker with 40 wickets.

The following is an analyst into who the personnel for the Indian series may include. Jason Holder is the current captain and is expected to hold his position despite a dip in form, provided that he recovers from the injury he picked up against Australia in the Tri-Series. Kraigg Brathwaite is currently second in command and my be called upon to take charge if Holder does not recover in time. Not only is Brathwaite (K) an incumbent from the last tour, but his is also one of the few success story from that Australia series. He have even guaranteed his selection by scoring 676 runs at 61 to make the selectors work easy when his name is presented. Darren Bravo is another success story from the dubious tour down under and should continue his key role at number three.  Bravo has been off nick off late, but he is one innings away from hitting his Nagico Super 50 form. Marlon Samuels announced that this series will be his last in Test as he looks to take advantage of the lucrative opportunities in white ball cricket. Samuels has been hitting his stride since the T20 World Cup, with top innings in the Tri-series following a horrid tour of the continent state. Samuels will be looking to sign off with vengeance against one of his more favored opponents. There is very little competition for the wicket-keeping role, which mean Denesh Ramdin should retain his reign behind the stumps. His 91 against Australia would serve as a timely endorsement to affirm his selection.

Those top five are possibly the easiest selections. The work comes in selecting the rest of the cast. From those the last Test series those who should retain their place are, Carlos Brathwaite, Jomal WarricanDevendra Bishoo, Kemar Roach, Shannon GabrielMiguel Cummins and Jerome Taylor. Brathwaite (C) has proven his worth with both bat and ball last time his donned his whites. His form with the bat may come under question, but his all-round ability should pull him through to the squad of 13 and even into the final 11 for the first Test. Warrican was the spinner of choice ahead of Bishoo on the drop-in Australian pitches and returned to the regional circuit to pick up 28 wickets from five matches to finish in the top ten wicket takers. Warrican should be in the list to select from and may even make the squad of 13. Bishoo played second fiddle to Warrican, but should have been to the go to guy. On Caribbean tracks Bishoo would be my number spinner as proven by his returns against the Australian on their visit last summer. The captain should be mindful not to over bowl the leg-spinning ace as to preserve his lethal potential. Roach has struggled for much of the past year, but in the ninth round of the First Class season he showed shades of his old self which should give him an opportunity to lead the attack against the Indian. Like the wicket-keeping options are limited, so too are the Fast bowling cabinets. Shannon Gabriel impressed on his One  Day International (ODI) debut with his express pace and his tenacity to keep the Australia batsmen quiet. Provided that he remains fit he should be leading the line alongside Roach. Cummins has impressed since his arrived on the First Class circuit in 2012. He was the leading wicket taker among Fast bowlers with 33 wickets and may well debut this summer to add to his solitary ODI cap. Jerome Taylor looks to be a horse running out of steam, but he should benefit from the lack of ample replacement. After losing his place in the One Day team it maybe difficult for Taylor to break into the final eleven.

There are five other players worth mentioning, six when you consider one who would have lost his place in the team. Leon Johnson should be the easiest selection to fill the number five batting position, especially on the back of his current regional form and decent returns at Test level. Devon Smith may appear to be one of feline breed. He is an outside shot at the opening spot, yet another position with few options to choose from. His experience at this level augurs well for him in addition to his current form, second top run scorer with 719 run this season. Another wildcard selection comes with another opener in John Campbell. He has been consistent for Jamaica since his First Class debut and enjoyed his best season to date this term. Campbell’s off break adds another dimension to warrant selection. Vishaul Singh was the the leader among the runs for much of the early running this season. Singh finished third best scorer with 712 run which included three centuries. Singh has done his bit to knock on the selectors door. The final player on the radar, is this season’s leading wicket taker, Nikita Miller. Miller scalped 65 wickets, almost 20 more than the next best bowler. Miller will face stiff competition from incumbents Warrican and Bishoo.

Prediction first Test squad: Jason Holder (c), Kraigg Brathwaite (vc), Devon Smith, Darren Bravo, Marlon Samuels, Denesh Ramdin, Leon Johnson, Carlos Brathwaite, Devendra Bishoo, Kemar Roach, Shannon Gabriel, John Campbell and Miguel Cummins

IN – Devon Smith, Leon Johnson, John Campbell

OUT – Jermaine Blackwood, Rajendra Chandrika, Shai Hope, Jerome Taylor

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Which Player Did West Indies Miss the Most in the Tri Series?

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Over 80 Players Selected to Participate in New York Combine Matches

USA Cricket Combines

As the USA Cricket Combine wind down its final leg a New York, over 80 players both local and from out of state give their best efforts to impress the coaches on hand. Player were assess through batting drills, bowling drills, fielding as well and the fitness and agility testing. The mood after the first two day at Storm Sport Academy had been a festive one with players lending support to each other while keeping a keen ear on the coaches advice.

The team for Saturday’s Matches are as follows;

Women Team I: Priya Bandaru, Maddie Mewett, Samikshya Aryal, Samantha Ramoutar, Chelsea Douglas, Aysha Keen, Mahika Kandanala, Julia Chotoo and Joy Jones

Womern Team II:Anahita Arora, Erica Rendler, Delkash Shahriarian, Jyotsna Dixit, Swati Mishra, Joan Alexander Serrano, Annie Williams, Sannuthi Samuel

Under 17 Team I: Alix Husain, Richie Balkarran,  Aamir Salim, Sanjay Stanley, Rishil Patel, Justin John, Ronak Choudhary, Parth Patel, Santosh Reddy, Kavindra Sahabir, Ronak Patel, Parsh Jain, Hardik Mhatre

Under 17 Team II: Rishi Arjun, Krishna Revur, Hrushi Pappuri, Vivek Narayan, Daoud Mohammed, Deep Joshi, Varun Narayan, Hussnain Shah, Aman Patel, Ajitesh Bhadauriya, Rohan Shirpalli, and Muhammad Ibrahim

Men Team I: Akeem Dodson, Randall Wilson, Usman Ashraf, Javein Thomas, Kushal Ganji, Alexandrino Kirton, Prashanth Nair, Thohidhuzzaman Rana, Nosthush Kenjige, Juanoy Drysdale, Sumantro Das

Men Team II: Gauranshu Sharma, Francis Mendonca, Alex Amsterdam, Srini Santhanam, Abdullah Syed, Keith Eddie, Keon Lake, Syed Hussain, Ahmad Dodson, Arif Islam and Zulqarnain Mehr

Men Team III: Dhruv Patel, Faisal Taj, MD Ariful Miyun, Bilal Shahid, Haasher Warraich, Ahsan Riaz, Pratik Patel, Awais Shah, Jay Shepherd, Iftekhar Hussain, Carlon Whyte and Wasim Khan

Men Team IV: Waqas Shah, Sumon Bari, Barrington, Hunain Munir, Nazim Uddin, Sachinda Liyanaarachchi, Imrul Habib, Pranay Das, Tilak Patel, Mansoor Hussain, Hassan Tufail


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Top Performers Mendonca, Kirton Off To USA Cricket Combine

USA National and Former USA U-19 look to make Combine count

Photo 1Liberty Sports Club top performers Andre Kirton and Francis Mendonca, both of whom are featured at the top of the 2016 Easter American Cricket Assocation leader-boards, will be participating in this week’s USA Cricket Combines. The LSC duo were both invited to the New York stage of the combines for the four day event which seeks to identify USA talent. 

Francis Mendonca a prolific wicket keeper batsman is currently in second place in the list of leading runs scorer in the competitive EACA. Mendonca’s 153 runs after four innings is worth it’s weight in gold given the tough batting conditions due to weather affected pitches for all four of the innings. Complementing his batting exploits Mendonca has been exceptional behind the stumps with a league leading 5 wicket-keeping dismissals.

Mendonca joined LSC in 2014 and was instrumental to helping the club to it’s first semi-final appearance in the EACA that same year and a championship in 2015. A summary of Mendonca’s cricketing exploits can be found on LSC’s webpage at

All-rounder Andre Kirton has been on top of his game in 2016. He currently sits at the top of the bowling list in the EACA with 10 wickets at an outstanding 7.4 runs apiece and an economical rate of 2.86 runs per over. Kirton’s returns with the ball was equally supplemented by his performance at the other end of the wicket. In four appearances at the crease Kirton racked up 104 runs with two uneaten innings allowing him an average of 52 per inning.

Kirton joined LSC in 2015 and was key to proving the additional impetus needed to get the club to it’s first 40-Overs Championship that same year. He was also a critical part of the club’s T20 unit which competed in the league’s final . A summary of Kirton’s cricketing exploits can be found on LSC’s webpage at

The management and players of Liberty Spots Club would like to wish Andre Kirton and Francis Mendonca the best of luck and pledges their full support as they set out to display their skills for the coaches at the USA Cricket Combines.

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Liberty SC Edge ACS/Everest to take Pole Position in EACA Power 40

Champions Go Atop: Eastern America Cricket Association Division I

Leon Mohabir's three wicket haul help Liberty SC limit ACS/Everest

Leon Mohabir’s three wicket haul help Liberty SC limit ACS/Everest

On a day when rain threatened to totally prevent play, the skies held back long enough to allow a 30 overs encounter between table topper Everest/ACS and defending champions Liberty Sports Club. Batting first E/ACS posted an imposing 180 for 8. With rain clouds drifting in with the Lido Beach waves LSC’s batting composed an organized chase to bring home a two wicket victory right before the skies broke open with drenching rain.

Following some dedicated work from the E/ACS players to get the pitch ready for play, LSC won the toss and elected to bowl first. Contrary to what the conditions indicated the Lido Beach pitch seemed unaffected by the early morning shower and was favorable for batting.

Muneshwar Patandin took full advantage of the wicket and compiled an aggressive 83. He struck 5 fours and 4 sixes in his inning high knock. Deveshwari Prashad chipped in with 31 while Prashad Mahadeo, Patandin’s opening partner contributed 25.

Leon Mohabir was the pick of the Chan’s P & H Mechanical sponsored LSC bowlers. He picked up 3 wickets for 41 runs. Andre Kirton continued his excellent bowling form sending down his 6 overs for just 18 runs and picking up 2 wickets.  Orlando Kirton and Terrence Madramootoo picked up a wicket each by the time the E/ACS inning ended at 180 for 8.

With a required run rate of 6 runs per over LSC needed 91 runs on the board by the time the 15th over come around in order to be ahead should rain end the match at that point. With the clouds holding back, Francis Mendonca (28) and Anthonio Chan kept focus on setting up the platform for the entire chase, however. The pair carried the score to 35 in the 10th over before Chan departed.

Terrence Madramootoo's top score of 36 set the reigning champions on course for victory

Terrence Madramootoo’s top score of 36 set the reigning champions on course for victory

When the 15th over finished the score was 64 for 3 with Carmichael and Madramootoo at the crease. The duo put on a 42 runs partnership before Carmichael was run out for 30. Madramootoo added a further 29 runs with Andre Kirton before he was out caught for an inning high 36.

The hard hitting Vijendra Singh joined Kirton in the middle and added a quick fire partnership of 33. Singh contributed 12 quick runs which allowed the ball to runs ratio to draw even. Mohabir joined Kirton and the duo brought the chase down to 3 runs needed off the last six ball. Going for a second of the first ball Mohabir (11) was judged short of his ground despite of  a full length diving effort.

A dot ball followed before Kirton (30) held out to deep mid wicket off the 3rd ball of the over. With the equation requiring 2 runs off 3 balls a fortuitous swipe by captain Danesh Deonarain off his first ball resulted in a miss-field by the keeper, four byes and spirited celebration from the LSC camp.

The win puts LSC at the top of the EACA 40 Overs points table but it’s early days yet four games into the 14 game season

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