Parish League finalists decided

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Police and Freetown will clash in the finals of the Antigua Commercial Bank (ACB) Sir Curtly Ambrose 35 Overs cricket competition on Saturday, after they both recently picked up impressive victories in the semifinals.
The finals, which is slated for the Pigotts playing field, will start at 1 p.m. with D. Attwood and D. Schouten as umpires.
Police made their way into the finals after dismissing Urlings by 29 runs. Batting first, Police amassed 123 all out with Damon Valentine and Alston Ryan both hitting 33 runs. Derek Mourillon added 27 to the total.
Bowling for the losers, Elroy Francis Sr., picked up six wickets for just 37 runs.
In reply, Urlings could only reach 94 before they were all out with Francis Sr. the only scorer of note with 21 runs.
James Cornelius was the pick of the bowlers for Police, claiming three wickets for 15 runs while Malique Gerald snatched three wickets for 24 runs. There was success with the ball as well for Lashawn Barbarde and Mourillon as they picked up 2 for 8 and 2 for 37 respectively.
Meanwhile, in the other semifinal match, Freetown beat Pigotts by 25 runs.
Playing in Pigotts, Freetown was first to occupy the crease, reaching 234 for eight with Austin Richards Jr. hitting 117 and Pete Lee adding 29. Bowling for the home team, Dean Williams snatched three for 90.
When their turn at the crease arrived, Pigotts fell short at 209 for 7 with
Uri Smith making 47 and Omar Francis hitting 28 not out.
Bowling for Freetown, Wesley Williams took three wickets for 87 runs and Jarel Phillip claimed two for 31.

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