2013 NBS Second Division 40-Over Cricket Competition in Berbice…Balchand Baldeo slams competition high 180 not out for Albion

October 28, 2013 | By | Filed Under Sports 

- Sheriff Rayman takes 7 for 22 for Rising Youth

Berbice under-17 batsman Balchand Baldeo registered the highest score in the ongoing 2013 New Building Society Second Division 40-Over Cricket Competition in Berbice when he slammed 180 not out for Albion Community Centre against Kendall’s Union B. His knock, which included 19 fours and 2 sixes together with 66 from Guyana under-15 opening batsman, Adrian Sukhwa, steered Albion to a massive 335 for 3 in 40-overs.  The pair had put on 260 for 3rd wicket. Albion then bowled out Kendall’s B for 56 to win by 279 runs.

Balchand Baldeo

Balchand Baldeo

Off-spinner, Sheriff Rayman, took 7 for 22 from 4 overs for Rising Youth of Landsdale, East Bank Berbice but his effort ended up going in vain as Flying Star of Kortheberaadt nevertheless still made 199 in 23 overs thanks to 53 from Gershon Berran and then came back and bowled out Rising Youth for 97 in their response with pacer Clifford Fraser doing the damage with 5 for 24.
Also scoring a century was Yogeshwar Bhagwandat whose 109 which included 11 fours and 4 sixes, led No.69 Vikings to a total of 267 in 35 overs and to an eventual 106-run victory.
Mortimer Fraser with 93 (6 fours and 6 sixes) and former Berbice under-19 all-rounder, Sanjay Khan with 89 (6 fours and 6 sixes) steered Young Warriors to 300 for 6 in 30 overs against East Canje who in their response were then bowled out for 78 with leg-spinner Kristoff Bahadur picking up 5 for 13 from 5 overs and left arm spinner Jaleel Jafar 4 for 20 from 5.1 overs.
Former Guyana under-17 cricketer Keno Gravesande scored 54 and then took 5 for 11 from 6 overs with his offspin to spearhead Rainbow Generation of Seafield to victory over Bush Lot New Generation.
Also scoring half centuries were Tameshwar Ramdeen and Joseph Giddings both for Edinburg in that team’s victory over East Bank and Shazad Gafoor of Cotton Tree Die Hard.
In scores from the matches played:
At Albion, Albion Community Centre beat Kendall’s Union B by 279 runs. Albion Community Centre 335 for 3 in 40 overs with Balchand Baldeo 180 not out; Adrian Sukhwa 66 and Satesh Totaram 3 for 64. Kendall’s Union B 56 in 19 overs with Kevendra Persaud 3 for 13, Joshua Harrichan 2 for 1, Veerapen Permaul 2 for 7 and Narendra Permaul 2 for 20.
At Sisters, Flying Star beat Rising Youth by 102 runs. Flying Star 199 in 23 overs with Gershon Barron 53, Kevin O’Brien 33, Sheriff Rayman 7 for 22 and Calvis Adams 2 for 27. Rising Youth 97 in 22.1 overs with Clifford Fraser 5 for 24, Ravi Bridgelall 2 for 8 and Marvin Durant 2 for 23.
At No.69, No.69 Vikings beat No. 69 Red Rose by 106 runs. No.69 Vikings 267 in 35 overs with Yogeshwar Bhagwandat 109, Steve Embrack 28, Azad Mohamed 4 for 45 and Rodesh Bisnauth 2 for 51. No.69 Red Rose 161 in 37 overs with Vishwanauth Lallbeharry 31, Nehru Gopaul 27 and Steve Embrack 3 for 16.
At Cumberland, Young Warriors beat East Canje by 222 runs. Young Warrioes 300 for 6 in 30 overs with Mortimer Fraser 93, Sanjay Khan 89, Ishwar Singh 45, Rocky Bipat 25 and Robin Mhabir 3 for 39. East Canje 78 in 17.1 overs Kristoff Bahadur 5 for 13 and Jaleel Jaffar 4 for 20.
At Seafield, Rainbow Generation beat Bush Lot New Generation by 79 runs. Rainbow Generation 165 in 23 overs with Keno Gravesande 54, Joel Chisholm 26, Paul Dipnarine 4 for 21, Searle Richmond 3 for 40 and Javed Saywack 2 for 23. Bush Lot New Generation 86 in 20 overs with Navendra Mahadeo 32 and Ken Gravesande 5 for 11.
At Edinburg, Edinburg beat East Bank by 7 wickets. East Bank 142 in 29.4 overs with Winston Rose 28, Andre Drepaul 26, Joel Seetaram 3 for 31, Denny David 2 for 0, Campton Hope 2 for 21. Edinburg 144 for 3 in 23 overs with Tameshwar Ramdeen 60, Joseph Giddings 55 not out and Gary Solomon 2 for 32.
At Cotton Tree, Cotton Tree Die Hard beat Exhowa by 202 runs. Cotton Tree Die Hard 253 for 8 in 25 overs with Hazad Gafoor 56, Pooran Persaud 42, Fizal Khan 43, Taje Singh 27 and Satesh Mohan 3 for 47. Exhowa 51 in 14.3 overs with Afzal Haroon 4 for 6.

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