Antigua and Barbuda lose second match in Sir Garfield Sobers tournament

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The Antigua and Barbuda Combined Schools team lost a second match in the 32nd Annual Sir Garfield Sobers International Schools Cricket Tournament in Barbados.
The former champions who captured the title in 2016, went under to Barbados’ Foundation School XI by five wickets over the weekend, their second defeat of the tournament.
Batting first, Antigua and Barbuda posted 114 all out in 39.4 overs. Tarique Benjamin top-scored with 20 runs from 38 deliveries while there were contributions of 17 and 16 runs from Kadeem Josiah and Kioni Greenaway respectively. 
Micah Thornhill was the pick of the bowlers for Foundation Schools as he bagged three wickets for 16 runs from eight overs which included four maidens. Thornhill had help from Tyreke Worrell who snatched three for 22, Najid Forde who picked up one for two and Najee Bishop with one for 13.
The Barbados team, when their turn at the crease arrived, easily got to their target making 115 for five in just 14.5 overs.
Bishop hit a half century off 33 balls which included six fours and two sixes. Jaden Jones and Kerry Justin also made contributions with the bat, hitting 19 and 16 runs respectively.
Bowling for Antigua and Barbuda, Kadeem Josiah claimed four wickets for 35 runs from 4.5 overs while Miandre James got one for 29 from three overs.

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