Scotia Bank Kiddy Cricket-Wakenaam…Arthurville beat Sans Souci by 12 runs in final

February 19, 2014 | By | Filed Under Sports 

Arthurville Primary were crowned champions of the Wakenaam district of the Scotia Bank nationwide Kiddy cricket competition when they defeated Sans Souci Primary by 12 runs in the final on Monday at the Wakenaam Community Centre Ground, Good Success.
Arthurville batted first and posted 161-5 off their allotted 10 overs. Simeon St. Hill top scored with 20 while extras led with 26.  Lokram Chandradeo and Anita Hendricks grabbed two wickets each.

The Victorious Arthurville Primary School team. At left is Coach Nandkishore Andrews.

The Victorious Arthurville Primary School team. At left is Coach Nandkishore Andrews.

Sans Souci replied with 149-7 in 10 overs. Jageshwar Ramcharran made 15 and extras weighed in with 30. Andrew Binda, Emmanuel Polhia and Michael Retemiah claimed two wickets apiece.
In the semi-finals played earlier, Arthurville overcame Maria’s Pleasure primary by 79 runs. Arthurville took first strike and rattled up 200-1 in 10 overs with Simeon St. Hill 8, Cyanna Retemiah and Andrew Binda being their principal scorers. Extras contributed 28.
Maria’s Pleasure lost 10 wickets in scoring 121 in 10 overs in response. Extras led all scorers with 22; Brena Lake captured three wickets and Cyanna Retemiah, two.
Sans Souci got the better of Zeelandia Primary by 21 runs. Zeelandia managed 128-10 in 10 overs with 42 extras, batting first. Mahase Ramnarine, Naseema Mohabir, Haseeb Mohabir, Devendra Hansraj and Nazar Mohamed picked up two wickets each. Responding, Sans Souci scored 149-6 in 10 overs. Extras made a vital contribution with 42.

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