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Kings regain Jamaica T10 lead following win over Warriors | Sports

The Surrey Kings solidified their place to qualify for the play-offs of the Dream XI Jamaica T10, following a 23-run win over the Cornwall Warriors of their ninth-round conflict at Sabina Park yesterday.

Present leaders Kings got here into the sport in second place after they have been overtaken by the Surrey Royals. Nonetheless, the Jermaine Blackwood-led aspect rapidly regained the ascendancy after they posted 102 for six after which restricted the Warriors to 79 for 2.

The King’s whole was constructed largely round a swift 38 from 18 balls from the burly opener Kennar Lewis, who slammed three fours and three sixes.

Left-hander Kirk McKenzie chipped in with a valiant 31 runs from 25 balls, with one 4 and two sixes.

The Warriors took the cautious strategy in making an attempt to overtake the overall, and so they acquired to 48 within the seventh over, earlier than topscorer Ockeeno Farquharson was caught by Shalome Parnell off Kenroy Williams for 31 off 27, with 4 fours and a six.

Parnell was the decide of the bowlers with one for 13 from his two overs.

Jeavor Royal, who was named Participant of the Match, stated the crew’s plans performed out completely in securing the win.

“We knew we had enough runs on the board and we planned to bowl into the wicket and let them hit into the wind, and they did just that. We are looking to go all the way because we fear no team. We are strong in all departments. We hope to come out victorious in the remaining games and win this championship.”

Within the second sport of the double-header, the Middlesex Titans defeated the Surrey Risers by 4 wickets. The Risers first made 73 for six with Delbert Gayle top-scoring with 19 whereas Ricardo McIntosh acquired 15, in opposition to two wickets every for Krishmar Santokie and Errol Thomas.

In reply, the Titans inched their method to 74 for six in 9.4 overs, with Wayne Davis main the way in which with 17 in opposition to two wickets for Akim Fraser and Gordon Bryan.

The Titans stay in fifth place with 10 factors, with the Risers nonetheless on the foot of the desk with 9 factors.

– Lennox Aldred

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