Nov 26, 2012 Sports
GCA\ Noble House 2nd div. tourney
By Zaheer Mohamed
GYO and Third Class recorded victories when the latest round of matches in the Georgetown Cricket Association\Noble House Sea Foods second-division two-day competition concluded yesterday.
At GYO, the host defeated Malteenoes by 5 wickets. GYO resumed on their overnight score of 165-8 and were bowled out for 169 in 29 overs. The visitors in their second innings fell for 140 in 25 overs.
Carlos La Rose was the only batsman that offered meaningful resistance with 44; Fenton Persaud grabbed 5-55 and Shiveshwar Sankar 4-40. GYO batting a second time reached their winning target of 139 losing 5 along the way in 29 overs.
Loakesh Reid top scored with 42 and was well supported by Pravindra Persaud 19, John Champayne 17, Wazeer Mohamed 17* and Abdool Rahim 15. Shaquille Williams claimed 3-44 and La Rose 2-25 for the losers. Scores MSC 166 and 140, GYO 169 and 139-5.
At YMCA, Third Class overcame Ace Warriors by 7 wickets. Ace Warriors were skittled out for 64, batting a second time. Govinda Muniram captured 5-16 and Trevor Hussain 4-13. Third Class then responded with 67-3 in 12.3 overs with Alvin Castello scoring 32.
Scores Ace Warriors 125 and 64, Third Class 129-7 declared and 67-3.
At GNIC, Everest Cricket Club took first innings points from Transport Sports Club in a drawn encounter. Everest started the day on 63-3 and were bowled out for 194 out in 56.5 overs. Khamraj Ramdeen top scored with 64 (7×4) and Steve Ramdass contributed 56 (9×4).
Off spinner Jonathan Alphonso snared 5-52. TSC in their second turn at the crease made 159 all out in 30 overs. Stephen Sampson led with 87 (15×4) while Sunil Singh chipped in with 20. Raphael Singh picked up 4-41, Garfield De Roche 2-23 and Mohan Ramdeen 2-45. Everest were 11-1 in their second innings when the rain came and put an end to the contest in the last hour of the match. Scores TSC 179 and 159-9 declared, ECC 194 and 11-1.
At MYO, the match between the host and DCC ended in a draw. DCC managed 222 all out in 60 overs after resuming on their overnight total of 122-5. Kemol Savory scored 65 while Saheed Gittens took 4-68 and Richard Latiff 3-23. The home team in their second innings declared on 270-6, facing 42 overs.
Zamal Khan smashed 85 (17×4), Gittens 63(11×4 1×6) and Latiff 37. Dexter George and Orlando Sturge captured 2 wickets each. When the game ended DCC were 30-2. Shafeek Ishmile took both of the wickets to fall. Scores MYO 101 and 270-6 declared, DCC 222 and 30-2.
At UG, the host took first innings points from GCC. In response to GCC first innings score of 150, UG scored 175 all out. GCC closed on 175-9, batting a second time. Scores GCC 150 and 175-9, UG 175.
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