FOLLOWING on the heels of the Bank of St.Lucia / St.Lucia National Cricket Association Slog Fest T20 tournament, the SLNCA has selected a BOSL XI to play two champion teams this weekend at two venues.
According to SLNCA Operation Manager Bryan Calixte, four players from the victorious Soufriere team, 3 from Central Castries, 2 from South Castries and 1 each from Gros Islet and Mon Repos make up a 12 member Bank of St Lucia Select Team.
Today from 12:30 p.m. they will play against the Mindoo Phillip two-day champions – Central Castries at the Mindoo Phillip Park in a 25 overs a side contest. Tomorrow, they play against the SLNCA Inter Club Champions – Police from 1.00 p.m. at the Dennery Cricket Ground.
The Bank of St Lucia X1 reads – Tennacy Hippolyte, OreyChangoo, Dwight Thomas Kester Charlemagne, Ashley Hippolyte, Nick Elibox, Sabinus Emmanuel, DaliusMonrose Desmond Alfred, Dillan John, LoicProspere.
Meanwhile, the St.Lucia National Cricket Association held the Bank of St Lucia T20 Slog Fest competition awards ceremony at the CDF Conference room.
BOSL representative Omari Frederick expressed satisfaction with the organisation of the tournament and pledged the Bank’s support for 2015. Individual match awards were also presented courtesy partnering sponsors- SSDF, Digicel, Trophy Centre and LUCELEC.
Tournament awards were also presented as follows: Trophy Centre Most runs – Tennacy Hippolyte – 169 runs:highest score 65 not out. Trophy Centre Most wickets – Ashley Hippolyte – 8 wickets: Trophy Centre Most catches – Ashley Hippolyte – 5 catches, Trophy Centre Most dismissals (wicketkeeper) – OreyChangoo – 7 dismissals, Most sixes – Nick Elibox – 7 (6’s), Highest individual score – Nick Elibox – 65 runs off 24 balls, Solar Dynamics Best bowling performance – DaliusMonrose – 3.5-0-14-6. Tom T fastest 50 – Nick Elibox – 50 off 24 balls Solar Dynamics highest team total – South Castries – 179 against Vieux Fort North, NAGICO MVP – Ashley Hippolyte.
Soufriere collected – $4,000.00 for winning the championship, 2nd place – Central Castries received $2,000.00.