Sep 30, 2012 Sports Comments Off on Camille’s Institute, GITC, IBE among early winners
Camille’s Institute, G ITC and IBE were among the early winners when the 21st Annual Christmas Term Windball Cricket Tournament organized by Al Sport & Tour Promotions opened on Friday at the National Park.
According to a member of the Organising Committee, a number of players who have represented Guyana in regional tournament will be on show throughout the competition except for Guyana Educational Trust College (GETC).
In the day’s full results:
Camille’s Institute for Business & Science Studies beat Monar Educational Institute (MEI) by 9 wickets.
MEI batted first and compiled 57-4 off the allotted 6 overs with Dennis Heywood 26 (4x6s) and Nicholas Ganesh 14, being the principal contributors
Camille’s Institute for Business & Science Studies in their reply reached 58-1 off 3.2 overs.
Keron Seenarine made 18 with 3 x 6s and Omar Persaud 12.
GITC defeated IPE by 10 wickets.
Institute of Professional Education (IPE) (Mon Repos) made 58-5, Ganesh Debedin 12.
Guyana Industrial Training Centre (GITC) 61-0 off 3 overs, Jamoi Norton 32 with 8 x 4s & Troy Heyliger 11.
GETC went down to IBE by 6 wickets.
Guyana Education Trust College reached 33-5, Joseph Bart stroked a patient 16. Oderi Abrams grabbed 5-5 off his allotted 2 overs.
IBE in reply, 34-4, off 5.4 overs Vidyanand Jailal hit 16 and Kedar Amsterdam 10.
IBE beat L’Aventure by 6 wickets.
L’Aventure totaled 44-6, Dian Smith 3-8 bagged off 6 overs and Marcia Ward 2-7.
IBE replied with 48-4 off 4 overs. Kavita Yadram 13.
IPE then cruised past GETC by 8 wickets.
GETC made 34-4.
IPE ended on 40-2 off 4 overs.
Camille’s Institute girls’ team is also part of this programme.
The secondary phase will commence shortly involving the government schools, while a similar programme will be organised in Region #10 & Region #2.
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