Springlands defeated No. 71B to emerge as the top team of Zone O (Upper Corentyne/Central) to qualify for the last
sixteen playoffs of the New Building Society (NBS) second division 40-over cricket competition in Berbice.
Spearheading the win was opening batsman Trishan Ramdass who blasted 131 (9×4 13×6), Deoprakash Ramdat made 57 (7×4 2×6) as Springlands amassed 379-5 in just 25 overs. When No 71 batted, they were bundled out for 102 in 11.5 overs compliments of pacers George McCalman who took 5-22 and Wayne Garnett, 4-36.
Another team reaching the playoff was Albion Community Centre who won their final Zone J (Lower Corentyne/Central) preliminary match against Tamarind Root to remain undefeated.
At No 71 – Springlands beat No 71 B by 267 runs. Springlands 369-5 in 25 overs; Trishan Ramdass 131, Deoprakash Ramdat 57, Soomdat Singh 44 and Michael Kendall 35. No 71 ‘B’ 102 in 11.5 overs; George McCalman 5-22 and Wayne Garnett 4-36.
At Albion – Albion Community Center thumped Tamarind Root by 80 runs. Albion Community Center 174-5 in 35 overs; Verapen Permaul 65, Adrian Sukhwa 39 and Ritesh Umroa 25. Dilip Ramsammy 3-25, Adrian Singh 2-46. Tamarind Root 94 in 26.3 overs; Asif Abrahim 28. Suruj Dookna 4-18, Satesh Dwarka 3-23.
At Bush Lot, West Berbice – Bush Lot Challengers got past Bush Lot United by 26 runs. Bush Lot Challenger 188 in 29.5 overs; Asgar Matabeek 64 and Asif Khan 43. Winston Joseph 4-24, Navendra Mahadeo 2-15, Gerald Moonsammy 2-25. Bush
Lot United 162 in 30 overs; Terrence Dhanraj 33, Shawn Smith 31. Fizal Hera 5-33.
At Fyrish – Fyrish hammered No.1 Road by 141 runs. Fyrish 264 in 35 overs; Yuvindra Chinapen 54, Javed Mohamed 35, Munilall Shivdyal 26. No.1 Road 123 in 20 overs; Shivdyal 5-25.
At No 70 – Corriverton beat No 70 Young Star by 94 runs. Corriverton 240 in 38 overs; Eric Phillips 46, Anthony Seeraj 39 Jeremy Moore 35, Imran Jabbar 26. Alim Haniff 3-29 and Thameshwar Kumar 2-48.
No 70 Young Star 146 in 28 overs; Alim Hanif 25. Eric Phillips 4-9, Jermain Reid 3-25 and Faoud Bacchus 2-38.
At Rose Hall Town – Tamarind Root defeated Rose Hall Town Guns and Cannons by 8 wickets. Rose Hall Town Guns and Cannons 71 in 23.2 overs; Dilip Rengasammy 3-7. Tamarind Root 72-2 in 11 overs.
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