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Alleyne sends Dulwich into final

Mon, 2010-07-19 17:00

ANOTHER outstanding all-round performance by Anthony Alleyne has landed Dulwich College a place in the final of Sir Garfield Sobers International Schools’ Cricket Tournament. 

The English school will meet Queen’s Park of Trinidad in the championship match at Kensington Oval today.

Alleyne, a former Barbados youth team player and ex-Queen’s College student, starred with bat and ball yesterday in helping Dulwich College to a 42-run victory over Presentation College of Trinidad in the semi-finals at the Banks ground.

The left-handed Alleyne struck 55 and teamed up with William McVicor, who made 57, to carry Dulwich to a competitive total of 170 for nine off their allotted 40 overs.

Alleyne returned to capture three wickets for 21 runs with his off spin to help limit the opposition to 128in 36 overs.

In the other semi-final, Queen’s Park defeated the highly fancied Top Level Academy of Guyana by two wickets at Foursquare Oval. (HG)

Summarised scores:
At the Brewery: Dulwich College 170-9 in 40 overs (William McVicor 57, Anthony Alleyne 55, T. Deasy 21, J. Kelleher 10 n.o.; Arshad Khan 2-21, D. Beekah 2-34)). Presentation College 128 in 36 overs (Arshad Khan 23, D. Beekah 17, Aleem Khan 15; A. Alleyne 3-21, M. Johnson 2-27, P. Potwell 2-29). Dulwich won by 42 runs.

At Foursquare Oval: Top Level 146 in 40 overs (J. Campaign 39 n.o., O. Dhaniram 37, S. Williams 32; I. Mohammad 3-19, M. Sookhoo 2-39, C. Herrera 2-22). 
Queen’s Park 147-8 in 39.3 overs (K. Blake 30, M. Panchu 20, J. Solozano 21, K. Pierre 19; R. Beaton 3-29, H. Green 2-29, S. Daniel 2-27). Queen’s Park won by two wickets.