Oct 22, 2015 Sports
The Upper Corentyne 4R 20/20 cricket competition semi finals is set for this Sunday October 25, 2015 at the No. 69 Vikings ground. It is set to be an action packed day of cricket which will start with semi final #1, No. 64 Fighting Marines facing off against No. 70 ‘A’ at 9:30hrs and later in the day semi final # 2 will see Skeldon come up against No. 69 Vikings.
There will also be a 5/5 encounter between Crabwood Creek Select XI vs. No. 72 Select XI during the break between the semi finals. In the competition so far, centuries were scored by Naeem Yacoob, Former Berbice U-17 player Christipher Jaundoo and Somdat Singh all of who will be on show this Sunday. Other players to look out for who can make an impact on their team performance are Tameshwar Ramoutar of No. 70 ‘A’, Steven Embrack of No. 64, Devendra Budhoo of No. 64, Totaram Persaud of No. 69 Vikings, Former Guyana U-19 player Viendra Gooniah of No. 69 Vikings, Sherwin Murray former Beribce Senior 20/20 player of Skeldon, Junior Blair former Berbice U-19 all rounder of Skeldon among others.
The Upper Corentyne cricket association will be using this event as a fundraiser to assist the UCCA first division team. Admission is $200, children under 12 yrs free. There will be a bar and music to entertain. The UCCA is calling on all clubs to come out and support this exciting day of cricket. The full squads for all the teams are as follows:
No. 70 ‘A’ Team: Omesh Khemraj (captain), Naeem Yacoob, Rayan Yaccob, Tameshwar Ramoutar, Chris Bollers, Omesh Kumar, Thameshwar Kumar, Kumar Mathura, Devendra Jaggernauth, Alim Haniff (wicket keeper), Naresh Prashad, Akash Persaud & Kameshwar Ramjit. The Manager is Niran Yacoob.
No. 64 Fighting Marines Team: Jason Itwaru (captain), Devendra Budhoo, Dineshwar Budhoo (wicket keeper), Steven Embrack, Vadanand Sugrim, Ramesh Joseph, Devindra Balram, Ramzan Subhan, Kumar Chand, Treva Thomas, Mahadeo Mallay , Somdat Singh & Emanuel Davidson.
Skeldon Team: Parmanand Narine, Junior Blair, Sherwin Murray, Charles France, Deon Esau, Nicholas Seenarine, Robert Moore, Christopher Jaundoo, Javed Alli, Mahendra Chetnarine, Tourend Shiwamber, Kord Griffith, Juan Velloza, Afseer Hussain & Sarwan Chetnarine. The Manager is Linden Murray.
No. 69 Vikings Team: Sachin Ramrattan (captain), Viendra Gooniah, Wadikar Ramrattan, Totaram Persaud, Latchman Roopchan, Imran Khan (wicket keeper), Surendra Rajaram, Vishwanauth Lalbeharry, Deon Bramdit, Yaad Prahalad, Trishan Narinedat , Chandrakant Narsingh & Vivendra Gooniah. The manager is B. Nandalall.
No. 72 Seclect XI: Davanand Chatterpaul (captain), Michael Singh, Lakeram Latchman, Abdall Ajib, Kabil Ajib, Abdur Ajib, Rishi Persaud, Vickram Laljit, Deonarine Laljit, Vijai Persaud (wicket keeper), Hemant Persaud, Abass Hussain. The Manager is Deodat Persaud Thakurdeen.
Crabwood Creek Select XI: Darshan Challitar (captain), Errington Lionel Seegobin, Quadeer Khan, Bisram Sukhram, Mahendra Bhola, Dwight Holder, F. Hussain, Mahesh Toolsie, Lakeram Tamasar, Naresh Deo, B. Singh, Devendra Chandradat & Humesh Harrylall. The Manager is Mr. Dennis De Andrade
The UCCA would like to thank Mr. Ricky Deonarain of 4R Bearings of Georgetown for sponsoring this competition. The competition featured 20 teams from Yakusari to Crabwood Creek and was played in four zones on a round robin, home and away basis with the top two teams in each zone advancing to the knockout stage of the competition. The winner will receive $100,000 and a trophy. The competition is being organized by the Upper Corentyne Cricket Association.
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