…Mahaica defeat Mahaicony in Combine Elite match
Lower Corentyne Secondary defeated Port Mourant Secondary on the back of a scintillating century
from National Under-15 batsman Kevlon Anderson, while Mahaica won against Mahaicony in the Combine Elite Leg of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) National Secondary School Cricket League (NSSCL) sponsored by Banks DIH Ltd’s Coco Cola and Rainforest Water along with Digicel.
At Port Mourant ground, Lower Corentyne Secondary defeated Port Mourant Secondary by 102 runs as National Under-15 batsman Kevlon Anderson registered a superb unbeaten century. Batting first after winning the toss, Lower Corentyne Secondary amassed an imposing 163/4 in just 20 overs. Anderson led the way with an unbeaten 103 laced with 15 elegant fours. Keith Simpson supported well with 29.
Port Mourant in reply folded for just 61 in 12.4 overs as Ezekiel Kempadoo claimed 4/11 and Simon Naidoo had 3/13. Lower Corentyne have now booked their place in the final awaiting the winner of the Skeldon Line Path Secondary and Corentyne Comprehensive Secondary game.
Meanwhile, the first match of the Combine Elite leg of the competition commenced recently with Mahaica playing Mahaicony at Fairfield ground. Batting first, Mahaicony registered 109/5 in 25 overs. Wendell Fordyce top scored with 49, while Shaquille Weekes claimed 3/17 bowling for Mahaica.
Mahaica in reply, raced to 114/4 in 18 overs. Phillip Doodnat led the chase with a composed 43 not out.
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