Sep 23, 2011 Sports
Semi finals set for tomorrow
The semifinals of the 2011 Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club Busta Champion of Champions tournament is set for tomorrow (Saturday) with Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club Gizmos & Gadgets facing Blairmont at the Area ‘H’ Ground and the Port Mourant Karibee Rice entertaining Edinburgh.
The four teams had all registered easy victories in their opening round (quarter final) matches to reach the semifinals and two high class matches are expected.
At the Area ‘H’ Ground, six-time defending champions Rose Hall Town Gizmos & Gadgets would start as heavy favourites featuring the likes of Assad Fudadin, Royston Crandon, Delbert Hicks, Dominic Rikhi, Clinton Pestano, Khemraj Mahadeo, Rajiv Ivan, Jason Sinclair and Shawn Pereira.
The batting line-up is powerful on paper with Renwick Batson, Hicks, Fudadin, Crandon, Sinclair, Ivan and Eon Hooper while medium pacers Batson and Clinton Pestano would spearhead the bowling with support from off spinner Crandon, Loyydel Lewis, Fudadin, Hooper and leg spinner Shawn Pereira. Blairmont would depend heavily on Romain Budhram, Wagar Hassan, Nick Ramsaroop, Karamchand Bissoondyal and Parmanand Ramdan.
At the Port Mourant Cricket Ground, a close encounter would be expected between Port Mourant Karibee Rice and Edinburgh.
Port Mourant’s challenge would be carried by Andre Percival, Moshin Perkhan, Robert Moore, Bhojnarine Persaud, Shastri Persaud, Devendra Thakurdeen and Shameer Khan. Edinburgh has proven themselves over and over again to be no walkover.
In their line up, they have the evergreen Raid Ally, Danny David, Sasenarine Sukhdeo, Shafiq Khan and Zaheer Hussain. All matches bowls off at 09:30hrs.
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