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GCA Masters Cup moves to its Semi-final stage

  • Written by  The Grenada Informer

The 2017 inaugural Grenada Cricket Association Masters Cup, moves into its semi-final stage this Sunday as the top four teams goes into battle for a place in the finals. 

 Beauregard United, Mt Horne, Police and Upsetters all made it to the semi- final stage of the competition following last weekend matches.  Old Boys who failed to secure a win after four matches was the lone team butted out of the competition.

 

 In matches played on the weekend, Beauregard defeated Police by 81 runs in a match played at the Palm in St. Andrew.

 Batting first Beauregard United 247 for 7 in 20 over, Police Responded with 166 all out in 18.2 overs.

 In a second game played on Saturday Mt Horne defeated Old Boys by 15 runs, Scores in that game, Mt Horne, 170 for 8 in 20 overs, Old Boys 155 for 3 in 20 overs.

 In matches played on Sunday at the Roy St Johns playing Field, Police defeated Old Boys by six wickets while the matches Up-setters versus Mt Horne was ruled as an abandoned match when heavy showers stopped the game after one team batted.

  Semi-final match schedule for this weekend, in game one Beauregard United plays Upsetters from 10 am, and in match two, Police plays Mt Horne. Both matches would be played in Mt Horne and the winners will meet each other in the finals next weekend.

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