Lime, Broilers clash today
Orville Clarke, Gleaner Writer
The Business House cricket season comes to an end today when defending champions Lime oppose arch-rivals Jamaica Broilers in the Digicel cricket series Reggae Jammin 50-over league final at Kensington Park, starting at 10 a.m.
With a number of national players on show, the match promises keen competition between the two best teams in Business House cricket.
Significantly, Jamaica Broilers are bidding to make a clean sweep of the four competitions run by the Business House Cricket Association, having beaten Jamalco in the Digicel 20/20 final some weeks ago and Lime in both the Best Dressed Chicken 30-over KO final and St Ann Jamaica Bauxite Partners 35-over KO final last November.
Despite this, Lime could prove to be difficult opponents if their top players come good today. They include national players Yannick Elliott and Horace Miller.
Jamaica Broilers, however, have bragging rights by virtue of beating Lime twice in recent months. They definitely know how to win and will look to national players Keith Hibbert and Andre Russell.