Badree tops the bowling at US Open


LAUDERHILL/US – Windies leg-spinner Samuel Badree topped the bowling at the recently concluded US Open T20 tournament in Fort Lauderdale.
Badree playing for the US All-Stars in the 10th edition of the tournament, collected 15 wickets, including a record beavertrick. He ended with an average of 4.93 and an impressive economy rate of 4.15 runs per over. Second in the standings with fellow Trinidadian Akeal Hosein, who also took 15 scalps. The left-arm orthodox spinner collected 15 wickets at an average of 7.8 and an economy of 5.57. Hosein’s efforts went a long way in taking his team the California Bears to the title and the first prize of US$50,000.
Third in the standings was another Trinidadian in the form of Shazan Babwah. The right arm off-spinner claimed nine wickets at 8.89 with an economy of 6.15. In fourth place was the former T&T all-rounder Navin Stewart. The Tobagonian who claimed five wickets in the finals against the Somerset Cavilliers finished with seven wickets in the tournament at 10.43 and an economy rate of 6.35.
Following Stewart in fifth place was the former Pakistani international Najaf Shah, who took seven wickets at 19.43.
On the batting side, South African all-rounder Wayne Parnell was the best of the lot with 249 runs at 124.5 playing for the US All-Stars. He scored a century 117 and one-half century. Canadian international Rizwan Cheema was second with 213 runs at 71.0 with a best of 111. Cheema, who had the most sixes in the tournament, 18, played for the US All-Stars as well. The skipper of the winning California Bears team Damian Ebanks was third in the standings with 206 runs at 103.0. He as well got a century during the tournament.
Former West Indies batsman Xavier Marshall from Somerset Cavilliers picked up 185 runs at 46.25. Next was Scotland’s Calum McLeod who got 147 runs at 147.0 and a best of 147. Andre Russell the big-hitting Windies all-rounder was next with 142 runs at 47.33 and a best of 108.
Wayne Parnell*US All Stars*5*4*2*249*117*1*1*10*16*124.5
Rizwan Cheema*US All Stars*5*4*1*213*111*1*1*18*19*71.0
Damian Ebanks*California Bears*8*6*4*2*206*1108181*12*18*103
Xavier Marshall*Somerset*5*5*1*185*104*0*1*16*10*46.25
Calum McLeod*Florida Scorpions*2*1*0*147*147*0*1*15*10*147.0
Andre Russell*Somerset*5*5*2*142*108*0*1*16*6*47.33
Jashkaran Malothra*US All Stars*6*4*0*141*97*1*0*13*9*35.25
Ashar Zaidi*Somerset*5*5*1*121*41*0*0*3*13*30.25
Timothy Surujbally*Atlanta*4*4*0*119*56*1*0*3*19*29.75
Hasan Bemant*Kings XI*3*3*1*112*78*1*0*10*6*56.0
Samuel Badree*US All Stars*5*17.5*1*74*15*6/17*4.15*4.93
Akeal Hosein*California Bears*6*21*1*117*15*5/18*5.57*7.8
Shazam Babwah*California Bears*6*13*1*80*9*3/10*6.15*8.89
Navin Stewart*California Bears*6*11.3*0*73*7*5/15*6.35*10.43
Syed Najafshah*Somerset*5*16*0*136*7*3/22*8.5*19.43
Rusty Theron*Somerset*4*12*0*59*6*3/15*4.92*9.83
Adam khan*Atlanta*4*12*0*82*6*3/24*6.83*13.67
Muhammad Khalil*Somerset*5*16*0*120*6*2/22*7.5*20
Ishwarjot Singh*D R Tigers*2*7*0*57*5*3/37*8.14*11.4
Satvir Singh*Vancouver*3*10.4*0*75*5*3/28*7.03*15

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