Mar 22, 2016 Sports
Watkins, Azeez hit tons, Rasheed grabs 6, Hutson 5
By Zaheer Mohamed
Everest CC and Malteenoes Sports Club recorded victories when the latest round of matches in the
Georgetown Cricket Association/Noble House Sea Foods second division two-day tournament concluded on Sunday.
At Everest, the host thumped Diplomats by a mammoth 408 runs. Trailing by 182, Diplomats began the final day on six runs for the loss of five wickets and only managed to add three before their second innings closed at nine runs for the loss of eight wickets; two players failed to show up. Left arm spinner Javed Rasheed bagged 6-4 to end with match figures of 11-17, while Troy Gonsalves had two.
Scores (Everest 235-4, Akshaya Persaud 98 and 235 with out lost Shaheed Mohamed 107* and Persaud 100* beat Diplomats 53 all out, Rasheed 5-12 and 9-8; innings closed, Rasheed 6-5).
At Malteenoes SC, the home team defeated Sophia by 396 runs. In reply to MSC first innings score of 369, Sophia resumed on their overnight 87-8 and were sent packing for 92. Mario Parsram 24 and Sherwin Whyte 22 were their principal scorers as Orin Forde claimed 3-15, Joseph Cupidore 2-5 and Steven Sankar 2-23. MSC opted to bat again and rattled up 225-9 declared, extending their lead to 502. Marcus Watkins slammed 113 and shared in a second wicket stand of 84 with Nichosie Barker who made 58 (4×4, 4×6). Watkins struck seven fours and eight sixes as Parsram took 2-29. Sophia were shot out for 111 in 13.3 overs in their second turn at the crease. Wayne Peters
made 45, while Parsram and Steffon Hope got 12 each as Floyd Rollins snared 4-7 and Timothy Mitchel 3-34.
Scores (MSC 369, Floyd Rollins 119 and Barker 94 and 225-9, Watkins 113 beat Sophia 92, Orin Forde 3-15 and 111, Rollins 4-7).
At GNIC SC, Police and the host played to a draw. GNIC SC resumed the day on 118-4 in response to Police first innings’ 304-9 and scored 232 all out. Dwayne Dick hit 66 (12×4) while Gajanand Sukanand got 41 and Joshua Vantull 19; Rocky Hutson bagged 5-28 and Vishal Jaigobin 2-43. Leading by 72, Police reached 221-9 at stumps, batting a second time. Rawl Browne led with 56 (8×4) while Reginald Rodrigues got 51 (8×4), Jaigobin 43 and Hutson 24. Orlando Fraser claimed 3-72, Andrew Clifford 2-20 and Sukanand 2-36.
Scores (Police 304-9 declared, Rodrigues 63, and 221-9, Brown 56 draw with GNIC SC 232, Dick 66, Hutson 5-28).
At Gandhi Youth Organisation (GYO), the home team and Transport Sports Club (TSC) contest ended in a draw. In reply to TSC first innings total of 200, GYO got to 357 all out. Trevon France supported Alex Ramalho (79) and Abilash Dookie (75) with 49; Sunil Singh picked up 4-42, Keon Morris 2-45 and Kevin Ross 2-82. Batting a second time, TSC posted 305 all out. Azeem Azeez struck nineteen fours and one six in scoring 112; he added 85 for the fifth wicket with Shawn Massiah (10). Singh slammed 69 and Adrian Hinds 32. Abilash Dookie had 3-42,
Trevon France 3-72 and Wazim Alli 2-35. Set 149 to win, GYO were 89-4 when stumps were drawn. Garfield De Roche made 21; Owen Andrews snared 3-39.
Scores (TSC 200, Singh 69, De Roche 5-75 and 305, Azeez 112, Dookie 3-42 drew with GYO 357, Alex Ramalho 79 and Dookie 75, Singh 4-42 and 89-4).
At Bourda, Georgetown Cricket Club and Demerara Cricket Club played to a draw. DCC managed 241-8 declared in reply to GCC first innings 170. Tevin Imlach cracked 55, Dexter George 41, Sachin Singh 38, Romain Muniram 28 and Jamal Hickson 22. Devon Lord had 4-81 and Steffan Wilson 3-55. Trailing by 71, GCC finished on 120-1 with Manny Forde scoring 64, Umesh Boodram 34 and Joshua Rajabar 20.
Scores (GCC 170, Martin Pestano Bell 40 and 120-1, Forde 64 drew with DCC 241-8 dec. Imlach 55, Lord 4-81).
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