Jan 20, 2013 Sports Comments Off on NBS 2nd div. 40 overs starts today
-100 teams participating
The New Building Society (NBS) sponsored 2nd Division 40 overs cricket competition organised by the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) is set to bowl off today with twenty eight (28) first round matches.
A total of one hundred (100) teams will be participating with the County divided up into sixteen (16) geographical zones spanning from Seafield in West Berbice to Crabwood Creek on the Corentyne including the Berbice River, Canje Creek and Black Bush Polder.
The preliminary stage will consist of round-robin fixtures in each zone. The team ending with most wins advances to the knock-out, last 16 playoffs stage.
Play in seven zones will commence today while the other eight will get cracking, next Sunday.
1. Tain Block Four vs Guysuco Training Centre at Tain.
2. Letterkenny Young Star vs Alness at Letterkenny.
3. Port Mourant vs Big Star at Port Mourant.
1. No. 43 Scorpion vs Young Adventurers at No. 43.
2. Mibicuri Strikers vs Johanna Bush Rangers at Mibicuri
3. Kennard’s Memorial vs Kildonan at Bush Lot Farm.
4. Yakusari Caribs vs Mibicuri at Yakusari
1. No. 47 Pioneer vs No. 45 at No. 47
2. No. 48 Challengers vs No. 51/Leeds Young Star at No. 48
3. No. 55 Mayflower vs No. 52 Survival at No. 55.
No. 59 drew the bye
1. No. 64 Fighting Marines vs No. 65 at No. 64.
2. No. 69 Red Rose vs No. 68 Turn Team at No. 69 Red Rose
3. No. 69 Vikings vs No. 70 M.Y.O at No. 69 Vikings
No. 70 Young Blood drew the bye
1. No. 70 Young Star vs Springlands at No. 70
2. No. 73 Young Warriors vs No. 72 Cut and Load at No. 73
3. No. 71 vs Corriverton at No. 71
Progressive Youth drew the bye
1. Skeldon Community Centre vs Young Royals at Skeldon
2. Strykers vs Crabwood Creek Bible Church at Scottsburg
3. Crabwood Creek vs Unity at Crabwood Creek
Crabwood Creek Uprising drew the bye
Play starts at 11:00 hours.
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