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Saturday, June 22, 2024

Marcus Scotland hammers century as St David’s thrash Cleveland – The Royal Gazette

Up to date: Jun 02, 2024 09:43 PM

Marcus Scotland stroked a century earlier than retiring harm in St David’s large win over Cleveland County (File {photograph})

Lord’s (Cleveland gained toss): St David’s beat Cleveland by eight wickets

St David’s continued their good begin to the Premier Division 50 overs marketing campaign after coming away with an emphatic win over Cleveland on Sunday.

Captain Derrick Brangman claimed 4 for 46, Justin Pitcher three for 30 and Aaron Paynter two for 9 to limit Cleveland to 208 all out in 44.5 overs after the away facet had chosen to take first strike.

Opener Marcus Scotland then led the run chase, belting 16 boundaries and two sixes in a swashbuckling innings of 114, from 94 balls, earlier than he retired harm with a strained knee as St David’s reached their goal in 37.3 overs.

“It feels nice to get my first century for St David’s’ males’s staff,” Scotland, 21, instructed The Royal Gazette.

“It’s good to lastly get that out of the best way, particularly in a win. That’s the principle factor, getting it in a win when it issues.

“The groundsman ready a very good wicket and I loved batting on it.

“We had been in no rush and simply batted at our personal tempo and checked the scoreboard later down the road. There was no strain, simply bat and play our personal recreation after which go to the rating at a later time.”

Scotland featured in two fruitful partnerships, including 122 with fellow opening batter Dean Simons (40) for the primary wicket and 70 for the second with Okera Bascome (seven).

“I felt good on the market and Dean is my mate, so we get pleasure from batting collectively,” Scotland stated. ”All we discuss when we’re not batting collectively is after we bat collectively.

“Then OJ Pitcher got here in when Dean acquired out and simply saved the momentum going. We saved the tempo of the sport going and we didn’t lose any momentum actually.”

Scotland’s positive knock got here to an abrupt halt within the thirty fourth over when he injured his knee taking part in a shot off Treadwell Gibbons Jr and was pressured to retire.

“I went to the physician and I simply have a strained knee,” he stated.

“I must be again by subsequent weekend. I’m going to take a day or two off and see, however I must be again and undoubtedly need to play towards Western Stars.”

Skilled pair OJ Pitcher (26) and Ricardo Brangman Jr (13) completed the job in Scotland’s absence, the latter serving the final rites by dispatching spinner Isaiah Creighton for six to finish the sport in fashion and keep his facet’s unbeaten begin to the season.

Former St David’s captain Justin Pitcher attributes his staff’s glowing kind to the arduous work and dedication they put in throughout pre-season.

“We guys have been working arduous from early March and it’s paying off,” he stated.

“It’s simply arduous work and dedication and the outcomes will maintain themselves.”

The skilled all-rounder downplayed his staff’s unblemished 3-0 document, which has thrust them into early competition for the title.

“The sensation isn’t in regards to the place, it’s in regards to the camaraderie and the vibe throughout the staff proper now,” Pitcher stated

“Being the place we’re is only a bonus and it goes again to the arduous work and dedication.”

Dion Stovell led the Cleveland batting, lashing fourteen boundaries in a knock of 84, from 80 balls, on the prime of the order, whereas Tamauri Tucker (27), Jabari Darrell (22), wicketkeeper Steven Bremar Jr (18), Keith Whorms (14) and Isaiah Greaves (11) had been the others in double figures.

First-change Allan Douglas Jr (one for 48) and sixth-change Tucker (one for 21) claimed the one St David’s wickets to fall.

Cleveland all-rounder Dion Stovell blamed his staff’s demise on an undisciplined batting show.

“We had been undisciplined in our method,” he stated. “It was a great observe to bat on however we didn’t apply ourselves and had been 80 runs brief.

It’s form of irritating as a result of we should again ourselves to attempt to rotate and rating. Our method to our matches should change if we need to succeed.”

Cleveland County

D Stovell lbw b D Brangman 84

T Gibbons c O’Brien b D Brangman 7

*M McGowan b Brangman 0

Okay Whorms c R Brangman b J Pitcher 14

†S Bremar c Scotland b J Pitcher 18

A Douglas c Ball b J Pitcher 0

T Tucker b Paynter 27

J Darrell b D Brangman 22

I Greaves b Paynter 11

I Creighton st R Brangman b O’Brien 1

T Robinson not out 5

Extras (b4, lb 1, nb 1, w 13) 19

Complete (44.5 overs) 208

Fall of wickets: 1-20, 2-20, 3-64, 4-113, 5-113, 6-129, 7-170, 8-201, 9-202.

Bowling: D Brangman 10-1-46-4; Younger 7-0-54-0; OJ Pitcher 10-0-48-0; J Pitcher 10-1-30-3; Paynter 4-0-9-2; O’Brien 4-0-16-1.

St David’s

M Scotland retired harm 114

D Simons c McGowan b Tucker 40

O Pitcher not out 26

Okera Bascome c Gibbons b Douglas 7

†R Brangman not out 13

Extras (b 4, lb 4, w 1) 9

Complete (2 wkts; 37.3 overs) 209

D Brangman, A Paynter, J Pitcher, D Simons, I O’Brien and M Younger didn’t bat

Fall of wickets: 1-122, 2-192

Bowling: Stovell 9-1-32-0; McGowan 2-0-23-0; Douglas 9-0-48-1; Gibbons 5-1-13-0; Creighton 2-3-0-25-0; Robinson 2-0-15-0; Greaves 5-0-28-0; Tucker 3-0-21-1.

Umpires: A Knight and D Smith.

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