Jan 31, 2013 Sports Comments Off on Permaul leads National team fight back in first warm up game
Adams grabs 5 wkts for Rest XI
Left arm spinner Anthony Adams bagged 5 for 37 to help the Rest XI restrict the National team for 146 in a 3 day warm up game which started yesterday at the Everest Cricket Club ground.
Opener Rajendra Chandrika was the only batsman that showed meaningful resistance with a top score of 39 which contained five fours and came off 83 balls, while Assad Fudadin and Ronsford Beaton with 15 each, Derwin Christian 13, and Steven Jacobs and Christopher Barnwell 11 apiece managed to reach double figures as they were bowled out in 53.4 overs after batting first on a track that kept low at times. Brandon Bess 2-16, off-spinner Zaheer Mohamed and Andre Stoll 1 each supported Adams who bowled with good control and variation.
The Guyana team fought back to leave the Rest XI on 98-8 in 29 overs at the end of the first day. Pacer Ronsford Beaton trapped Trevon Griffith (00) leg before, while Paul Wintz had Sewnarine Chattergoon caught in the slips for 10 before the lively Beaton sent back Vishal Singh (00). Richard Ramdeen (19) played back to one that kept low and was trapped in front by Veerasammy Permaul who then accounted for Chanderpaul Hemraj (00), Rajiv Ivan (00), Ricardo Adams (00) and Delbert Hicks (12) as the Rest XI found themselves on the back foot. Royston Crandon is unbeaten on 18 and Jason Sinclair not out on 09, Permaul has to far taken 5-23, Beaton 2-15 and Wintz 1-2. The game continues today.
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