Apr 02, 2015 Sports Comments Off on GCA/Brain Street U-15…Bookie, Singh hit centuries, Maloney grabs 6
Centuries by Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) pair Alphius Bookie and Sachin
Singh and a six-wicket haul by Transport Sports Club’s Akeem Maloney highlighted last Tuesday’s action in the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA)/Brainstreet Under-15 tournament.
Bookie stroked an unbeaten 131 while Singh cracked 107 as DCC rattled up 328-2 off their reduced quota of 34 overs, batting first at Muslim Youth Organisation ground. Bookie’s innings lasted 71 balls and contained seven fours and 11 sixes while Singh reached his century off just 54 deliveries with four fours and 11 sixes.
Ashmead Nedd made an unbeaten 55 (1×4 7×6) from 19 deliveries. Areeb Ali picked up two wickets for Everest who replied with 68-9 from their allotted 44 overs (based on the playing conditions) to earn a draw. Yeudistir Persaud (10) was the only batsman to reach double figures as Nedd captured 4-4.
At GNIC, the host overcame Diplomats by 43 runs. GNIC managed 128-9 in 35 overs, batting first. Jeremiah Benjamin made 23; Ntini Pertmaul and Mario D’ Guiar claimed three wickets each. Diplomats responded with 85-9 in 17.4 overs; innings closed. Orin Moore hit 35 (3×4 3×6); Bryon Bowen and Dwain Dick snared three wickets apiece.
At Bourda, Transport Sports Club (TSC) trounced Georgetown Cricket Club by 10 wickets. GCC was sent packing for 41 in 37.3 overs. Akeem Maloney bagged 6-6 and Joel Spooner 3-4. TSC responded with 42 without loss in seven overs. Adrian Hinds scored 16 not out.
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