Guardian General Saints, FLOW Rivals, Victors (1), the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (1), FLOW Radcliffe, the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Fore (2),CJ MSDA Jules Anthony Northern Stars, and Pollard Investments North Windward advanced to the quarter-finals of this year’s National Lotteries Authority Neil Williams Twenty/20 Cricket Championship in last weekend’s rain-interrupted matches.

The Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (1) defeated Dominic Sutherland Lloyd Lewis Memorial Cricket Team by 230 runs at the Park Hill Playing Field last Saturday.

The scores: the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (1) 279 for 3 off 20-overs; (Parnel Browne 123 not out off 54 balls with 9 sixes and 11 fours, Gosnel Cupid 84. They shared a 3rd wicket partnership of 165), Dominic Sutherland Lloyd Lewis Memorial Cricket Team 49 off 10.3-overs; (Elmore Alexander 3 for 6).

Pollard Investment North Windward won their two matches. They beat Victors (2) by 4 wickets at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex.

The scores: Victors (2) 72 off 16 overs; (Sealron Williams 3 for 12), Pollard Investment North Windward 75 for 6 off 13-overs; (Kishore Shallow 3 for 28).

Pollard Investment North Windward also won from CJ MSDA Julius Anthony Northern Stars by 3 wickets in a match reduced to 11-overs because of rain at the Sion Hill Playing Field on Sunday.

The scores: CJ MSDA Julius Anthony Northern Stars 97 for 3 off 11-overs; (Jade Matthews 44), Pollard Investment North Windward 98 for 7 off 10.4-overs; (Shem Browne 58; Maxwell Edwards 3 for 13).

The match at the Park Hill Playing Field on Sunday between FLOW Rivals and Dominic Sutherland Lloyd Lewis Memorial Cricket Team was reduced to 10-overs and then abandoned because of rain.

The scores: Dominic Sutherland Lloyd Lewis Memorial Cricket Team 52 for 2 off 9-overs before the rain.

The three other matches scheduled for Sunday were abandoned without a ball being bowled because of rain. They included the Victors (1) versus Strike Eagles match at the Sion Hill Playing Field; the encounter between the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force (2) and Keegan’s Bequia XI at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex, and the FLOW Radcliffe against Victors (2) match at the Arnos Vale Sports Complex.

At the Sion Hill Playing Field, CJ MSDA Julius Anthony Northern Girls won from Radcliffe Girls by 8 runs to finish 3rd in the Women’s Twenty/20 Championship.

The scores: MSDA Julius Anthony Northern Girls 116-7 off 16 overs; (Tisheka John 24; Marsha Hooper 3 for 25), Radcliffe Girls were restricted to 108 off 15.1-overs; (Juliana Nero 54, Shenel Lewis 4 for 20, Nyasha Williams 3 for 12).

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