An unbeaten century by Kemol Savory guided Parika Salem to a 145-run victory over Philadelphia when the latest
round of matches in the Supreme Petroleum/Big Yard Auto Sale T20 tournament concluded on Sunday last at East Bank Essequibo.
Savory slammed 101 and got support from Kevon Boodie with 48 and Daniram Lallaram 42 not out as Parika Salem piled up 211-3 in 20 overs, batting first in the afternoon fixture at Vergenoegen. Philadelphia were skittled for 66 in 12.3 overs in reply.
Ravi Seenarine scored 31 not out while left arm spinner Hemchand Persaud captured 3-15, Lallaram 2-0 and Jason Heyliger 2-20. In the day’s first game, the host went down to Supreme Petroleum by 83 runs.
Keemo Paul struck 93 to lead Supreme Petroleum to a challenging 168-7 in 20 overs, taking first strike. Sheldon Alexander made 18; Kellon Daniel and R. Choo claimed two wickets each. Vergenoegen folded for 85 in 16.2 overs in response. Keron Montague made 29 and Abish Rambarran 17. Imran Khan snared 3-13 and Paul 2-4.
At Tuschen, Hyde Park overcame Tuschen B by 45 runs. Hyde Park batted first and managed 104-7 after the game was reduced to 15 overs due or rain. Mark Braithwaite cracked 23 and Ucil Armstrong 20. V. Roopchand took 2-12 and H. Ramcharran 2-17. Tuschen B were routed for 59 in 12.2 overs in reply. Medium pacer Inshan Mohamed grabbed 6-11 off three overs and Mahendra Nandkishore 2-11. Hydronie beat Zeelugt in their encounter at the said venue.
The semi finals will be played tomorrow with Tuschen A hosting Supreme Petroleum and Parika Salem entertaining Hyde Park. Both matches start at 13:30 hrs.
The competition concludes on Sunday with the third place play off and final at Vergenoegen. The winning, runner-up and third place teams will receive trophies while the most valuable player, batsman with the most runs and highest individual score, bowler with the best figure and most wickets will also be rewarded.
The most outstanding all-rounder will pocket $20,000 compliments of Orville Stuart, Vice Chairman of the East Bank Essequibo Cricket Committee.
Nov 15, 2018On Sunday last, Head of the IKD 9th Dan Shuseki Shihan Frank Woon-a-Tai, 8th Dan Shihan Maureen Woon-a-Tai (IKD Vice-Chief Instructor) and 8th Dan Shihan Bernice Hughes, assisted by Amir Khouri 7th...
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