A third consecutive half century from Guyana wicketkeeper-batsman Anthony Bramble powered Albion Community Centre into the play-offs of the 2014 Carib Beer First Division T20 cricket competition in Berbice.
In their Corentyne zone preliminary match the first of a double header at No. 69 on Sunday last, Omesh Kumar slammed 51 to steer Guytrac Upper Corentyne to 131-8 in their 20 overs against Albion. West Indies Under-19 left arm spinner Gudakesh Motie took 3-11 from 4 overs before teammate Bramble blasted 77* (8×4 3×6) to lead Albion to an easy 6 wicket victory with 4 overs to spare, their third consecutive win which sealed their spot in the last six play-offs.
In that same zone, Rose Hall Town Gizmos & Gadgets also registered their third successive victory to seal a place in the play-offs.
Following are the summarized scores:
At No. 69 – Albion Community Centre trounced Guytrac Upper Corentyne by 6 wickets. Guytrac Upper Corentyne 131-8 in 20 overs; Omesh Kumar 51, Fiaz Mohamed 25, Victor Pedro 22, Gudakesh Motie 3 for 11 from 4 overs. Albion Community Centre 132-4 from 16 overs; Anthony Bramble 77*, Narsingh Deonarine 21; Omesh Kumar 2 for 25 from 3 overs.
At Skeldon – Rose Hall Town Gizmos & Gadgets hammered Skeldon Community Centre by 7 wickets.
Skeldon Community Centre 85 in 18.2 overs; Simion Lawson 4-11 from 4 overs, Keon Sinclair 2-10 from 4 overs, Clinton Pestano 2-21 from 4 overs.
Rose Hall Town Gizmos & Gadgets 90-3 in 16.1 overs; Delbert Hicks 20, Ashkay Homraj 20*, Parmanand Narine 2-19 from 4 overs.
At No. 69 – The match between Guytrac Upper Corentyne and Port Mourant ended in a tie.
Upper Corentyne 113-7 in 20 overs; Latchman Roopchand 40, Lakeram Latchman 26, Avinash Wajib 2-23 from 4 overs. Port Mourant 113-7 in 20 overs; Devindra Thakoordeen 39, Loyydel Lewis 30, Victor Pedro 2-18 from 4 overs.
In the super over, Port Mourant emerged the winner, scoring 16 runs and then restricting Upper Corentyne to just 4.
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