Mar 26, 2013 Sports
By Zaheer Mohamed
Sagar Hetheramani grabbed 6 wickets for 16 runs as Transport Sports Club (TSC) overcame Demerara Cricket Club(DCC) ‘A’ by 9 wickets as play in the Georgetown Cricket Association\Brain Street U-15 tournament commenced recently.
Yesterday at DCC, the host A team were bowled out for 70 in 20.5 overs. Timothy Mc Almont supported Hetheramani with 2-16. TSC in reply made 71-1 in 14.3 overs with Raymond Perez top scoring with 33 not out, while Alpheus Bookie made an unbeaten 18.
At GNIC, Everest defeated Queen’s College by 44 runs. Everest posted 194 before they were bowled out in 40.5 overs. Nickel Menton stroked 60, while Kishan Singh and Christopher Naipaul supported with 23 each as Haseed Hamid grabbed 3-51, Kevin Persaud 2-29 and Clarence Baird 2-53.
Queen’s College responded with 147 all out in 39 overs. Kevin Persaud made 41; Darshan Persaud took 3-20 and Beesham Mohabir 2-29.
At MYO, DCC ‘B’ beat Georgetown female by 4 wickets. Georgetown female were routed for 98 in 16 overs, batting first. Akaze Thompson made 24, June Ogle 22 and Onica Wallerson 17; Marvin Carter took 2-29 and Darien Dickson 2-56.
DCC ‘B’ responded with 100-6 in 18 overs. Shane Grant scored 19 and Osafa Green 14; Thompson and Joan Vansertima picked up 2 wickets each.
On Saturday, DCC ‘A’ hammered DCC ‘B’ by 162 runs. The A team managed 203 all out in 38 overs. Joel Ganesh made 28 and Alpheus Bookie 23 as Qamar Torrington, Mark Williams and Dewan Skeette captured 2 wickets each. The B team in reply fell for 41 in 11 overs. Otto Jones snared 4-12 and Lionel Martin 2-10.
At Eve Leary, Everest got the better of Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) by 8 wickets. GCC were bowled out for 98 in 29.2 overs, batting first. Extras contributed 46 as Kishan Singh and Bishram Mohabir took 3 wickets each while Sayyid Rahim had 2-6. Everest replied with 99-2 in 16 overs. Mohabir made 21.
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