Clare Hall and AGS to clash in schools cricket finals

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Clare Hall Secondary School (CHSS) and Antigua Grammar School (AGS) advanced to the finals of the Massy United Ministry of Sports 2017 Schools Cricket T-20 Tournament following semifinal victories on Monday.
Playing at Clare Hall, the home team triumphed by eight wickets over Jennings Secondary School. Batting first, Jennings Secondary posted 118 all out with their top knock coming from Taiem Tonge who made 21 runs.
Bowling for Clare Hall, Shawnesha Hector who was recently included in a senior West Indies women’s training squad, bagged three wickets for 18 runs while Ismeal Peters claimed three wickets for 30 runs both from four overs.
In reply, Clare Hall cruised to 121 without loss with scores of 61 not out and 40 not out coming from Zus Valmond and Kadeem Henry respectively.
Meanwhile in the other semifinal contest, Antigua Grammar School defeated Pares Secondary School by 142 runs when they clash at Antigua Grammar School.
AGS posted an intimidating 208 for five with Elroy Francis Jr top scoring with 47 runs. Paul Miller (34), Johie Massiah (29) and Dishon Henry (22 not out) also contributed with the bat to the huge total.
Pares were then restricted to 86 for eight in their 20 overs with their best effort coming from Essan Warner who made 18. Daniel Richards picked up three wickets for six runs bowling from Antigua Grammar School.
The finals of the T20 tournament is slated for the Sir Vivian Richards Cricket Ground on March 31 starting at 1 pm.
The teams will also clash in the Seniors Two Day finals scheduled for 29 and 30 March at the same venue after emerging victors from their respective semifinal matches.
The AGS advanced on first innings points following their drawn match against Princess Margaret School while Clare Hall booked their place in the finals also on first innings points following a draw against Jennings Secondary School.

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