Azeez (87 & 4-44) shine in losing effort
The versatile Lyndon Wilson produced an outstanding all-round performance to spur Police to first innings points against Transport Sports Club (TSC) when their Cummings Electrical/ Raymond Panday 2nd division 2-day cricket match ended at Eve Leary yesterday.
Wilson, Guyana’s athletics Coach at last month’s Junior Pan Am games in Trinidad, struck 3 fours and 6 sixes in a belligerent unbeaten 65 as the Cops made 307 in their first innings.
Dwayne McPherson supported with 59 while former Guyana Under-15 player Shameer Fazal made 30 for the Lawmen as Shaun Massiah took 3-46 and Clyde Hoyte 2-6.
TSC in reply fell for 202 despite an attractive 87 with 8 fours and 5 sixes from Azim Azeez and 36 from Kevin Gittens.
Teenager Parnell London took 3-20, Wilson 3-45 and Jason Heyliger 2-59 for Police who declared at 144-7 in their 2nd innings.
Mandolall Persaud smashed 5 fours and 3 sixes in his 62 while Troy Benn made 41 as Azeez returned with the ball to take 4-44 and got back up from Imtiaz Pooran who captured 3-30.
TSC were 126-5 in their 2nd innings when the game was called off with 2 overs left to be bowled in the contest.
March Nicholson was unbeaten on 47 while Shaun Massiah made 33 as Royston Grenville took 3-39.
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