Sewkarran 101*, Sean Kadim 51 steer Bath to victory

January 1, 2012 | By | Filed Under Sports 

Avishkar Sewkarran

Eon Abel

Avishkar Sewkarran became the latest centurion when play in the 2011 New Building Society (NBS) sponsored second division 40 over cricket competition continued recently in the Ancient County.
Sewkarran belted a match-winning 101 not out for Bath of West Berbice who were set a challenging 204 to win off 35 overs by Cotton Tree Die Hard. Spearheaded by 61, inclusive of 3 fours and 3 sixes, from Tage Singh, Sewkarran opened the innings for Bath and he and Naresh Ramnauth, 22, put on an opening stand of 34.
He was next joined by Sean Kadim and together they produced a second wicket partnership of 160 after which Kadim fell for 51 inclusive of 10 fours at 194 for 2, Sewkarran four short of his century.
Sewkarran went on to achieve his hundred ending on 101* (11×4 4×6) in the process he guided Bath to 204 for 2 in 28 overs.
In a rain-affected match, D’Edward rattled up 171 against Shieldstown, thanks mainly to former Berbice all-rounder Eon Abel, who slammed a 25-ball 82 (10×4 4×6). Abel came back with his offspiners to take 3 for 19 and together with legspinner Derick Lalsa-Narine Jnr, who took 3 for 8, restricted Shieldstown to 92 in 9 in their 20 overs.
Andrew Dennis notched up 60 (3×4 2×6) to lead Achievers to 211 for 4 in 30 overs against Hopetown United. Hopetown in reply were bowled out for 117 mainly due to the exploits of offspinner Dennis Webster (5 for 13) and legspinner Dennis (2 for 9).
After Seawell had scored 201 for 4 in 30 overs, their opening pacers, brothers Petam and Dhanesh snapped up 4 wickets each to bowl out East Canje for a meagre 50.
Other bowlers with 5 wicket hauls in the latest round were Derick Cedgan of Glasgow New Scheme, Shabir Khan of No.70 MYO and Quacy DeVelde of Flying Star.
Following are the collated scores:
At Cotton Tree – Bath hammered Cotton Tree Die Hard by 8 wickets. Cotton Tree Die Hard 203 in 35 overs; Tage Singh 61, Naresh Ramnauth 4 for 26 and Vishal Bejai 4 for 30. Bath 204 for 2 in 28 overs; Avishkar Sewkarran 101 not out, Sean Kadim 51, Roshan Gafoor 2 for 30.
At D’Edward – D’Edward got past Shieldstown by 79 runs. D’Edward 171 for 5 in 20 overs; Eon Abel 82. Shieldstown 92 for 9 in 20 overs; Derick Narine-Lalsa Jnr. 3 for 8 and Eon Abel 3 for 19.At Lovely Lass – Achievers thumped Hopetown United by 94 runs. Achievers 211 for 4 in 30 overs; Andrew Dennis 60, Raffel Estriado 49, Sherwyn McPherson 39 and Dennis Webster 27 not out. Hopetown United 117 in 22 overs; Steffon Adams 34, Dellon Wayne 26, Dennis Webster 5 for 13 and Andrew Dennis 2 for 9.
At Seawell – Seawell mauled East Canje by 151 runs. Seawell 201 for 4 in 30 overs; Aslam Ally 45 not out, Nourang Singh 44, Aprudh Waortie 42 not out and Naitram Jainabi 29. East Canje 50 in 18 overs; Petam Dhanraj 4 for 19 and Dhanesh Dhanraj 4 for 20.
At Sisters – Overwinning Bible Church brushed aside Glasgow New Scheme by 107 runs. Overwinning Bible Church 163 in 19 overs; Glenroy Clements 46, Carl Peters 30, Derick Cadogan 5 for 22 and Vibert Hope 2 for 29. Glasgow New Scheme 56 runs in 19.3 overs; Richard Henry 3 for 12, Jeeraish Deejees 2 for 3 and Rocky Hutson 2 for 5.
At No.69 – No.70 MYO took care of No.69 Red Rose by 44 runs. No.70 MYO 138 in 25 overs; Shabir Khan 38. No.69 Red Rose 94 in 19 overs with Shabir Khan 5 for 15.
At Edinburg – Flying Star humbled Edinburg by 6 wickets. Edinburg 85 in 19.1 overs; Quacy DeVelde 5 for 19, Marvin Durant 2 for 21 and Ravi Bridgelall 2 for 24. Flying Star 89 for 4 in 15.3 overs; Mark Sampson 3 for 26.
At Letterkenny – Letterkenny Young Stars beat Big Star by 2 wickets. Big Star 124 in 20.4 overs; Jason Gray 33, Clifford Gray 28, Paul Rajigadoo 26, Jaipersaud 3 for 26, Parasam Tilkuram 3 for 23. Letterkenny Young Star 128 for 8 in 16 overs; Jaipersaud Baijnauth 31, Parasam Tilkuram 30 and Clifford Gray 2 for 9.

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