Oct 15, 2015 Sports
Uitvlugt, Saraswat, Belladrum and Bath Primary schools registered wins in the WICB/GCB/Scotiabank Kiddy Progression One Cricket matches played in West Demerara and Berbice.
In the West Bank Demerara Zone at the Zeeburg ground, Stewartville Primary went up against Uitvlugt Primary in the first match and lost. Stewartville won the toss and elected to bat first; they were bowled out for 93 in the 14th over. C. McIntosh top-scored with 34, while Anthony Albert took 2/9. Uitvlugt reached the target losing two wickets in the process. Anthony Albert hit 43 not out to complete a fine all-round performance. Uitvlugt has advanced to the final of this zone.
In the second match, Saraswat Primary defeated Meten-Meer-Zorg Primary to advance to the second round of the preliminary matches. Saraswat took first strike and posted a competitive 135/1. Vishal Persaud and Wazem Khan were both unbeaten on 32. In reply, Meten-Meer-Zorg were 30 runs short (105/9) when their allotted overs expired.
At the Paradise ground, in the West Berbice District, Belladrum Primary defeated Seafield
Primary by 28 runs. Belladrum batted first and totaled 126/6; Samuel Chichester led the way with 43. He got support from Harold Booker and Rushelle Wilson who scored 20 and 19 respectively. Bowling for Seafield Primary, Jamie Fraser took 2/4. Seafield only managed 98 from their 14 overs. George Solomon made a valiant 37 not out, while Treon Granville took 2/6.
At the Bath ground, Bath Primary thrashed Woodley Park Primary. Woodley Park took first strike and managed 58/10 of their 14 overs. Anandeo Seckaran grabbed 3/0. Bath reached the target in the fourth over without losing a wicket. Shyan Ramsaroop made 28 not out.
The competition continues today in West Demerara.
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