Ken's, G.C. Foster aim to stay unbeaten

Published: Saturday | December 14, 2013 Comments 0
Ken's Wildflower opening batsman, Glen Wellington, smashes a boundary during his swashbuckling, unbeaten knock of 64 runs from 20 balls, as Colours International's wicketkeeper Darnel McCallum looks on during a Wray & Nephew White Rum-sponsored Portmore Cricket Association Twenty20 Club Championship cricket match at Bridgeport sports ground on Sunday. Ken's Wildflower won by 10 wickets.-Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer
Ken's Wildflower opening batsman, Glen Wellington, smashes a boundary during his swashbuckling, unbeaten knock of 64 runs from 20 balls, as Colours International's wicketkeeper Darnel McCallum looks on during a Wray & Nephew White Rum-sponsored Portmore Cricket Association Twenty20 Club Championship cricket match at Bridgeport sports ground on Sunday. Ken's Wildflower won by 10 wickets.-Anthony Minott/Freelance Photographer

Zone 'A' leaders G.C. Foster, with maximum 12 points, will try to stay unbeaten when they play against second-place Hamilton Gardens (eight points), which have yet to drop a point in two games, in the fourth round of the Wray & Nephew White Overproof Rum-sponsored Portmore Cricket Association Club Championship tomorrow.

The teams play the opening game at 10 a.m. at Bridgeport sports ground. In the second match at the venue, fifth-place Greater Portmore will oppose bottom team Reid's Pen. Zone B leaders Ken's Wildlflower (12 points) have a key clash with Bridgeview, the defending champs, who can't afford another loss this season. They only have four points from three games and are lingering at sixth position in the eight-team group. Only the top four will advance to the quarter-finals. In other Group B games, it's Colours International vs Portsmouth at 10 a.m. at Portsmouth; Silverstone vs Belmont at 10 a.m. at G.C. Foster and Gregory Park vs Washington at 2 p.m., also at G.C. Foster.



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