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United, Mawuli sees double victories in Volta Cricket League

United MA basic and Mawuli basic A, clinched double victories over Heve basic and Dome RC basic respectively in week 4 of the Volta Cricket U-12 school’s League at the Ho Sports Stadium.

Having won 1 match each in week 2, both teams came all out to ensure their 4 points is assured on Saturday, February 9, 2019.

Mawuli after losing against United girls in week 2 scored 78 runs, for 2 wickets in 13 overs and won by 8 wickets as Dome RC scored 76 runs for 1 wicket in 15 overs in the first innings, with the latter winning toss. Dome RC Girls were exciting to watch in the first innings but lack of coordination in fielding caused their second defeat in a row.

Mawuli boys, on the other side of the field, chose to field after winning the toss. Dome RC’s overconfident ended the game very early as they scored 38 runs, all out in 11.2 overs. Mawuli, in the second innings, scored 40 runs, for 3 wickets in 5 overs and won the game by 7 wickets.

United played all 15 overs with Heve as the former won toss and chose to bat. United scored 118 runs for 2 wickets in 15 overs, with Husi Patience scoring 56 runs off 36 balls, not out, while Heve could only manage 70 runs, for 3 wickets in 15 overs. United then won by 48 runs.

Kortey Emmanuel stood on his grounds for United to win their first match, as he scored 55 runs, off 36 balls, not out in their total score of 118 runs for 6 wickets in 15 overs in the first innings after Heve won the toss and chose to field. Have boys pushed for it but were limited to score 78 runs for 6 wickets in 15 overs. United won by 40 runs.

In the girl’s table, United MA has moved top with 4 points, from 3rd, pushing Ho Kpodzi to 2nd, also with 4 points, while Mawuli moved 1 place up, 6th with 2 points. Heve, who was 2nd on the log with 2 points have dropped to 5th whereas Dome RC has moved from bottom to 8th with no point with an NRR of -1.3, shifting Methodist who has played just a match to the bottom spot.

Mawuli boys top their table with 4 points, followed by ho Kpodzi and Anglican with 2 points each. United have moved from the bottom 2 to 4th with 2 points while Dome RC and Heve are placed 6th and 9th with 2 points and no point accordingly.

The single round-robin league, which is heavily supported by the Ghana Cricket Association continues on Saturday, February 16, with great fixtures.

By: Davis Nii Attuquaye Clottey ( For more sports news and updates, follow on Twitter at @Herosportsgh and on Facebook at Herosportsgh. )

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