Sandy Bay Secondary School retained Title of the Ministry of Education-United Insurance Secondary Schools Cricket Championship defeating the Georgetown Secondary School by 4 wickets with 10 balls to spare yesterday at the Park Hill Playing Field to bring the curtains on the 2014 Championship.
The scores: Georgetown Secondary School 161 off 48.5-overs; Kimson Dalzell 41 not out, Ornel Thomas 28, Gidron Pope 26; Sealron Williams 3 for 22, Denson Hoyte 2 for 29
Sandy Bay Secondary School 162 for 6 off 38.2-overs; Denson Hoyte 54 not out, Dilworth Thomas 28; Gidron Pope 3 for 17, Othniel Lewis 2 for 19
During the Awards Ceremony; Zone Winners are as follows: Zone A Sandy Bay Secondary School, Zone B Petit Bordel Secondary School and Zone C West St George Secondary School.
Individual Awards; Most Runs 428 Gidron Pope Georgetown Secondary School who received Trophy and a bat, Most Wickets 21 Kurtney Pompey from the Sandy Bay Secondary School who received Trophy and pair of Cricket Shoe.
Best Wicket Keeper Delorn Douglas of the Georgetown Secondary School, received Trophy and a pair of keeping gloves, Most Catches in the finals 2 Iran Pompey of the Sandy Bay Secondary School who received Trophy and 2 Cricket balls
MVP of Finals, Denson Hoyte of the Sandy Bay Secondary School who received trophy and a pair of batting pads and all-rounder Gidron Pope of the Georgetown Secondary School a trophy and cash prize.
3rd Place Bethel High School receiving trophy
2nd Place Georgetown secondary School receiving the Ezekiel Clarke Trophy and cash prize
1st Place Sandy Bay Secondary School receiving the Randolph Medica Trophy and cash prize.
The national Schools Games Committee in the Ministry of Education Honored Mr. Ezekiel Clarke and Mr Randolph Medica for their years of service as umpires. Mr. Clarke was presented with a plague. The final was played in honor of both umpires thus the 2nd and 1st place trophies are named the Ezekiel Clarke and Randolph Medica trophy respectively.
Prizes were donated by United Insurance Ltd, Courtesy Sports, Mr. Kentish Jacobs and the Ministry of Education.