SHCS in fourth position in National Schools Cricket

Signal Hill Comprehensive Secondary (SHCS) registered their third consecutive victory and fifth from seven outings to move one place up the standings from fifth to fourth in the Trinidad and Tobago Secondary Schools Cricket League (TTSSCL) League Championship tournament.

The victory has given the Tobago school 87 points in the Championship Division.

Signal Hill played Trinity College in Trinidad earlier in the week and a victory would move them closer to a top two finish and promotion to the Premier Division.

Kenroy Thomas, chairman of the Tobago Zone and a teacher at the school attended a disciplinary committee meeting in Trinidad earlier in the week, convened by the TTSSCL to determine the outcome of SHCS game against Moruga Government Secondary in Trinidad, recently which did not play because the ground was unsuitable for play. If successful, SHCS will be in the driver's seat for a top two finish.

Against Caraprichaima Government Secondary at Shaw Park a solid knock of 69 not out by Kelon Lynch set up their victory but it was Rommel Scotland who was their hero.

Scotland destroyed the heart of their opponents' batting with the impressive figures of 8-38-3 and then contributed a valuable 32 runs in their run-chase as they reached their target for the loss of six wickets.Delroy Roberts also contributed 26 runs and Kiel Roach 18 not out. Signal Hill was also very impressive in the field as they had three run-outs and saved a number of boundaries.

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