Warrior’s Jagdeo (105 and 2 for 5) and Latchman (62 and 4 for 32) demolish No. 70 Young Blood

October 30, 2011 | By | Filed Under Sports 

 

 

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Hamant Jagdeo slammed 105, the first century of the competition, and his team mate Lakeram Latchman 62 (10 fours), his second consecutive half century following his 82 last week, to pace No. 73 Young Warriors to a mammoth 311 for 8 in 40 Overs against No. 70 Young Blood in their 2nd round match of the 2011 New Building Society Second Division Cricket Competition in Berbice.
The two of them had put on 150 for the 2nd wicket in just 20 Overs between them. Latchman then came back with the ball, opened the bowling and took 4 for 32 from 6 Overs which together with offspinner Jagdeo’s 2 for 5 from 3 Overs, saw Young Blood bowled out for 68, giving the Warriors a 243-run victory.
Muneshwar Imrit slammed 67 (5 fours and 6 sixes), his second consecutive half century, and Joseph Brijbilas 57 (5 fours and 3 sixes) to pace No. 48 challengers to 270 all out in 30 Overs against No. 47 Pioneer.
Their team-mate, medium pacer Balram Persaud, who had a six-wicket haul last week, then took 5 for 53 to help restrict the Pioneers to 181 with Boudhar Seudhar contributing 71 (4 fours and 2 sixes).
After Matthew Maltay slammed a quick 63 (11 fours and 2 sixes) to help Sisters reach 190 in 27.1 Overs against Flying Star of Korthberaadt whose offspinner Charles Cort took 5 for 21 from 5 Overs. Flying Star went on to win by 7 wickets despite Sisters pacer Odwin Wilson taking 4 for 21.
Yudrunauth Seepersaud’s 81 (7 fours and 1 six) helped Edinburgh register a victory over Glasgow New Scheme whose pacer Derick Cadogan took 4 for 43.
Notable allround performances were turned in by Mahendra Ramdihal of Tamarind Root (2 for 29 and 56) and Vishal Mohabir of Canefield (2 for 25 and 52 N.O).

In scores from the matches played:
At No. 73, No. 73 Young Warriors beat No. 70 Young Blood by 242 runs. No. 73 Young Warriors 311 for 8 in 40 Overs with Hamant Jagdeo 105, Lakeram Latchman 62, Sewnarine Dallu 26, Zakar Ally 2 for 30, Devindra Ramroop 2 for 43. No. 70 Young Blood 68 in 13.1 Overs with Lakeram Latchman 4 for 32, Gobin Ramroop 3 for 15, Hemant Jagdeo 2 for 5.
At No. 47, No. 48 Challengers beat No. 47 Pioneer by 89 runs. No. 48 Challengers 270 in 30 Overs with Muneshwar Imrit 67, Joseph Brijbilas 57, Rabindranauth Bassoo 37, Phillip Badramain 26, Ramesh Ayana 3 for 51. No. 47 Pioneer 181 in 20.3 Overs with Boudhar Seudhar 71, Besham Persaud 27, Balram Persaud 5 for 53, Jai Baijnauth 3 for 55, Joseph Brijbilas 2 for 35.
At Sisters, Flying Star beat Sisters by 3 wickets. Sisters 190 in 27.1 Overs with Matthew Maltay 63, Colvin Adams 32 N.O, Charles Cort 5 for 21, Carl Barron 3 for 19. Flying Star 191 for 7 in 25 Overs with Gersham Barran 46, Enroy Nelson 43, Carl Barron 34, Odwin Wilson 4 for 21.
At Edinburgh, Edinburgh beat Glasgow New Scheme by 135 runs. Edinburgh 225 in 40 Overs with Yudrunauth Seepersaud 81, Mark Sampson 32, Derick Cadogan 4 for 43, Devin Ramdat 2 for 25, Glasgow New Scheme 90 in 18.1 Overs with Chris Yadram 2 for 15, Mark Sampson 2 for 16, Joseph Giddings 2 for 25.
At Hampshire, Tamarind Root beat Fyrish Road by 2 wickets. Fyrish Road 173 in 34.2 Overs with William Dass 44, David Harilall 25 N.O. Homraj Ramsaroop 3 for 12, Seenauth Joseph 2 for 19, Mahendra Ramdihal 2 for 29. Tamarind Root 174 for 8 in 31.4 Overs with Mahendra Ramdihal 56, Kevin Madramoothu 34, Alvin Ramdass 32, Avinash Looknauth 26, Shameem Ahmad 2 for 23, David Harrilall 2 for 23.
At Gangaram, Canefield beat Gangaram Strykers by 6 wickets. Gangaram Strykers 128 in 23.5 Overs with Rakesh Ramsammy 48, Sasenarine Sukhdeo 3 for 23, Khamesh Kassim 3 for 37, Vishal Mohabir 2 for 25. Canefield 131 for 4 in 19.3 Overs with Vishal Mohabir 52 N.O; Mahesh Latchman 33 N.O, Bharrat Puran 2 for 32.
At No. 52, No. 52 Survival beat No. 35 Young Adventurers by 97 runs. No. 52 Survival 188 in 24 Overs with Michael Kendall 41, Devon Harris 36, Wayne Garnett 27, Devon Culpepper 26, Akban Azeez 3 for 29, Bisnauth Jhappan 3 for 36, Don Khadaroo 2 for 35.

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