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Moosai advances to semi- finals as UWI T20 Day 3 comes to a close

For Release Upon Receipt - January 7, 2015

St. Augustine

ST. AUGUSTINE, Trinidad and Tobago – Moosai pulled off an unlikely victory against 2014 finalist Munroe Road as the UWI T20 2015 Tournament continued yesterday, January 5. Moosai was able to get to their target on the last ball required to push their net run rate to the top of the group. The match took place at the Sir Frank Worrell Cricket Ground of the UWI Sport and Physical Education Centre (SPEC) from 10am. Preliminary Round Match Day 3 results are as follows:

Match 1 - Munroe Rd beat Caldrac in a rain affected affair

Caldrac 58/3 in 8 overs

Ray Cambelle 19, Christopher Vincent 16

Richard Rojas 1/16, Kern Matheson 1/23

Munroe Rd 46/1 in 4 overs (chasing 45 in 5 overs)

Akeem Alvarez 25*, Chris Pattia 15*

Christopher Vincent 1/5

Man of the Match - Akeem Alvarez


Match 2 - Caldrac defeated Moosai

Moosai - 158/3 in 20 overs

Isaiah Rajah 58, Jaron Alfred 45*

Dane Teelucksingh 1/15, Anderson Phillip 1/19

Caldrac - 163/3 in 17 overs

Miguel Mahabir 49*, Christopher Vincent 29, Franklyn Rouse 22

Anthony Providence 2/35, Jaron Alfred 1/24

Man of the Match - Miguel Mahabir


Match 3 - Moosai romped home over Munroe Road

Munroe Road - 122/9 in 20 overs

Chris Pattia 27, Hanuman Moonsammy 23

Anthony Providence 3/24, Namir Suepaul 3/32

 Munroe Road - 124/1 in 14 overs

Isaiah Rajah 66*, Alden Daniel 43* Chris Pattia 1/22

Man of the Match - Isaiah Rajah


The Silver Sponsor for this year’s T20 Cricket Tournament is Beacon Insurance Limited, while Bronze sponsors are ROYTEC, Point Lisas Nitrogen Ltd, Acuitas and Venture Credit Union.

Today, Clarke Road will face Victoria United at 10am, followed by Victoria United vs Alescon Comets at 2pm and Alescon Comets vs Clarke Road at 6pm. The winner of today's group will meet Moosai in the semi-final this Friday, January 9, at 6:30pm.



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