Jamalco gained sweet revenge over recent conquerors Sagicor, beating them by five wickets in round five of the Reggae Jammin 50-over Business House cricket league on Sunday at Jamalco.
Taking first strike, Sagicor were restricted to 111 all out off 29.2 overs - Kemar Marshall 42; Peat Salmon 4-20, Marcel Parchment 2-1, Derrick Spence 2-20. Jamalco 116 for five - Salmon 35, Erron Downer 23; Akbar Moodie 4-26.
Sagicor had beaten defending champions Jamalco in the Best Dressed 30-over KO semi-final on the previous Sunday.
AT UP PARK CAMP: Jamaica National beat National Water Commission (NWC) by seven wickets. NWC 139 all out off 36 overs - Marvin Lobban 41, Fabian Forbes 26; national player Damion Jacobs 5-36, Kerry Scott 2-18. Jamaica National 140 for three off 22 overs - Richard Johnson 71 not out, Nicholas Nelson 29; Chris Senior 2-27.
The competition takes a break this weekend to facilitate the playing of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League at Sabina Park.
The semi-finals of the LIME St Catherine FA U-17 Football League takes place today with a double-header at the Spanish Town Prison Oval. In the opening game at 2 p.m. Flamingo play McCook's Pen, while at 4 p.m. Rivoli take on Frazsiers Whip.
In quarter-final action on Thursday, Frazsiers Whip clipped Windsor Lions 1-0, McCook's Pen whipped Eltham Park 4-1, Rivoli eliminated DB Basovak 2-1 and Flamingo got past Spanish Town Police Youth Club 3-2 on penalties. Both teams were locked at 2-2 after regulation and extra time.
New team, 21-Strong fresh from their recent 1-0 win over defending champs Oneity, search for another win as they take on Strikers United in the Fenley Douglas-sponsored Waterford Corner League football competition tomorrow, at the Waterford playing field tomorrow, match time 2 p.m. In the feature match at 4 p.m., Boston tackle Oneity.
Last Sunday, Cool Runnings defeated Harmony 2-1, while Buck Town clipped Big League 2-1.