Urlings, Police, St Paul’s and Freetown win in Parish League

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Urlings defeated Mahico by seven wickets when the teams clashed in the ACB Sir Richie Richardson’s 35 overs competition at Mahico on Saturday.
Batting first, Mahico posted 137 all out with Dean Evanson hitting 65 and Ivor Joseph adding 25 not out. Jamal Willock and Willy Williams were the pick of the bowlers for the visitors, bagging 4 for 24 and 3 for 26, respectively.
Urlings, in reply, reached 139 for three. Leon George top-scored with 48 runs while Carol Lewis had 34 and Trevor Erskine was not out on 25 runs.
Meanwhile, Police were victors over Freetown by three wickets.
Batting first, Freetown reached 138 all out with Javier Drew leading with the bat, hitting 45 runs. James Cornelius (3/44), Lynton Africa (2/19) and Kerry Skepple (2/24) did the damage for the lawmen with the ball.
Police, in reply, then reached 141 for seven with knocks of 43 and 35 coming from Damon Valentine and Derek Mourillon, respectively.
Kief Baltimore picked up two for 28 and Zidan Douglas snatched two for 25 bowling for Freetown.
On Sunday, St Paul’s defeated Urlings by 66 runs. Batting first, St Paul’s reached 173 for five with a top knock of 69. Trevor Erskine was the pick of the bowlers for Urlings, claiming three for 44. 
When their turn at the crease arrived, Urlings could only reach 107 all out with their best effort coming from Peter Bellanfontain who made 33. Darien Benjamin contributed 27 runs to the effort.
Vaughn Walsh did some damage with the ball, picking up three wickets for five runs while Marlon Barnes claimed two for 14.
In the other match played on Sunday, Freetown defeated Pigotts Crushers by nine runs.
Batting first, Freetown reached 144 for seven from 25 overs with Jared Phillip hitting 48 and Kenrick Scott making 29. Dean Williams bagged three wickets for 18 runs bowling for the home team.
In reply, Pigotts reached 135 for seven from 25 overs. Williams top-scored with 27 runs and Omar Francis made 21.

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