Rose Hall Town Windies Sports Bar (RHTWSB), led by a brilliant 103 from Berbice senior Inter County player Delbert Hicks crushed Bermine by a massive 164 runs to advance to the semi finals of the ABS sponsored 40 overs first-division organised by the Berbice Cricket Board of Control.
Invited to take first strike at the Area ‘H’ Ground, the home team posted 259-4 off their 40 overs with Hikcs and former national under-19 player Renwick Batson giving them a solid start of 83 off just 8.4 overs before Batson was dismissed for 42 which.
Micheal Rengasami joined Hicks and together they shared in a 61 run partnership, Hicks reaching his 50 with a sweep for 4 off off-spinner Andrew Williams.
Rengasami was bowled for 25 by medium pacer Julian Moore at 144-2 in the 23rd over but Jason Sinclair (30) and Hicks took the score to 218 before Sinclair was caught at mid off.
Hicks’ century came off 98 balls laced with 14 boundaries and a pair of sixes. He was finally bowled by DeJonge with the score at 248-4.
Veteran Andre Percival 15 and Berbice under-19 player Eon Hooper 6 then carried RHTSWB to 259-4 when the overs ran out. In reply Bermine were dismantled for 95 in 28 overs. Only Julian Moore and Sean Baksh both with 26 offered any resistance to the disciplined bowling offered by the home team.
Off spinner Troy Mattieson 2-4, Andre Percival 2-10, Ravi Narine 2-22 and skipper Renwick Batson 2-26 all combined to stifle the visitors batting.
RHTWSB will now face Port Mourant in the lone semifinal at the Area ‘H’ Ground. Young Warriors booked their place in the final by virtue of a bye.
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