D’Edward and Albion Community Centre both won their respective quarter-final matches to join Cotton Tree
Die Hard and Corriverton in the semi-finals of the 2014 New Building Society Second Division 40-over cricket competition in Berbice.
Former Guyana under 17 cricketer Arif Chan slammed 80 (7 fours and 1 six) to steer Port Mourant to 197 in their 35 overs against D’Edward who in their response benefitted from 72 (3 fours and 7 sixes) from their opening batsman Devindra Lalsa who helped them to reach the winning target with six wickets and 7.2 overs to spare.
In the other quarter final, former Guyana all-rounder Andre Percival, bowling off spin, took 4 wickets for just 2 runs from 5 overs to see Kortheberaadt Seventh Day Adventist bowled out for 111 in 21 overs. When Albion replied Guyana under –17 batsman Adrian Sukhwa led them to a 9 wicket victory by firstly putting 63 for the first wicket in 9 overs with Guyana under – 17 batsman Ritesh Umroa (10) and then featuring in an unbroken 2nd wicket stand of 50 in 5.3 overs with former Guyana under–15 all-rounder Veerapen Permaul (27 not out) to be 57 not out (6 fours) at the end.
In summarized scores:
At D’Edward, D’Edward beat Port Mourant by 6 wickets. Port Mourant 197 in 35 overs with Arif Chan 80, Nicholas Cameron 39, Devindra Lalsa 2 for 35, Eon Abel 2 for 46. D’Edward 198 for 4 in 27.4 overs with Devindra Lalsa 72, Kevon Jawahir 34 not out, Lakeraj Sookra 31 not out, Jaipaul Heeralall 25.
At Sisters, Albion Community Centre beat Kortheberaadt Seventh Day Adventist by 9 wickets. Kortherberaadt Seventh Day Adventist 111 in 21 overs. Quincy De Velde 33, Andre Percival 4 for 2. Albion Community Centre 113 for 1 in 14.3 overs with Adrian Sukhwa 57 not out, Verapen Permaul 27 not out.
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