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No automatic Semi-finals spots for Fairfield United and Racecourse after low-run-rate Quarterfinals victories in SDC/Wray and Nephew National Community T/20 Cricket.

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The Chedwin Park field in St Catherine has proven to be a safe haven for bowlers following another set of low scoring games at the second day quarter final matches of the SDC/Wray and Nephew National Community T/20 Cricket Competition on Sunday November 7.

Unlike the previous day, Sherwood Forest and Fairfield had commenced their quarterfinal in bright sunshine at Chedwin Park. But that was the only bright aspect on the day as both teams struggled with conditions and the heavy under footing.

It was Sherwood Forest who batted first but found runs hard to come by as their innings stalled before coming to a screeching halt at 94 for 8. Only two batsmen were able to push-on to double figures with Carl Brissett making 20 runs and Lerone Tyrell getting 19 runs.

So uncharacteristic was the Sherwood Forest innings that there were only CLICK HERE TO VIEW FULL STORY

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