Sealy snatches 7-7 including hat-trick as Barbados Youth ‘B’ beat Carlton in Super Cup

Bridgetown, Barbados, July 3 – ( – Captain and left-arm spinner Nathan Sealy snatched seven wickets for seven runs including a hat-trick to spur SigniaGlobe Financial Barbados Youth ‘B’ to a 51-run win over Carlton at Desmond Haynes Oval in Series 4 of the BCA Elite/Division 1 Super Cup Championship.

The 17-year-old Sealy, a Foundation student, who is also the Barbados captain for the regional Under-17 Tournament in Trinidad starting later this month, sent the home team tumbling to 114 all out in 30.3 overs after they were set 166 to win.

He bowled 9.3 overs including four maidens.

Sealy’s hat-trick victims were Stefon Brathwaite, who was caught and bowled for 25, Khismar Catlin, caught by Rashad Worrell for two and Justin Branker, leg before wicket.

Opener Kirk Gibson topscored with 30.

In a Barbados Youth ‘B’ total of 165 all out in 46.2 overs, Achilles Browne hit the top score of 42, while Sealy and Jatario Prescod each scored 23.

Sealy also produced a fine bowling performance in the previous series, taking six for 23 against Police in a one-run defeat at Weymouth.

He played for Foundation in the first two matches and has now picked up 19 wickets in the Tournament.

Apart from Sealy, two other left-arm spinners – Ryan Hinds of Empire and Andre Marshall of Fusionz Boutique Spartan – grabbed five-fors.

Hinds, a former Barbados captain and West Indies all-rounder, took five for 11 off 4.5 overs against BWU Gladiola who fell for 64 in 20.5 overs before Empire raced to a nine-wicket victory in 10.5 overs at Rices.

Marshall picked up five for 24 off eight overs as Spartan beat ESA Field Pickwick by 21 runs under the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern method at Queen’s Park.

All-rounder Hayley Matthews, the Barbados Women’s skipper and newly appointed captain of the West Indies Women’s team, played for Pickwick for the first time in the Tournament. She took two for 31 and scored 23.

Wanderers opener Shayne Moseley slammed a commanding century – 156 not out – against IGS Insurance Brokers Yorkshire, who lost by two runs at Friendship.

Left-hander Moseley, a Barbados Pride player, faced 138 balls and struck ten fours and ten sixes in a total of 245 for four off 50 overs.

Yorkshire were dismissed for 243 in 43.1 overs but indicated they will be protesting the outcome of the match.