Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Kenroy comes good again


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Under-rated?allrounder Kenroy Williams, the only batsman to score more than 600 runs in this year’s LIME Elite championship, is once more proving his worth in the local arena.
Williams, an integral part of the Republic Bank St Catherine side over the past decade, guided them into the last four of the Sagicor General Twenty20 cricket competition, with a sparkling 45 off 36 balls off LIME?at Kensington Oval, Sunday night.
His batting heroics came after he grabbed the vital scalp of Grenada’s Andre Fletcher as St Catherine restricted LIME?to 138 for three. St Catherine replied with 139 for five off 18.2 overs.
Here, the 29-year-old Williams, pulls during his delightful knock. (MK)

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