Ezekiel Lyken struck an unbeaten 99 to guide One Mile Primary to a 66-run victory over Rigma Primary when play in the Upper Demerara zone of the Guyana Cricket Board Scotiabank Kiddy cricket competition continued recently.
One Mile Primary took first strike and managed 147 with out lost in 10 overs. Lyken struck seven fours and seven sixes in an unbeaten 99 while Lloyd Smith got 20. Rigma Primary were restricted for 81-6 in 10 overs in reply. Aliya Venture made 22 as Tyrel Lamazon and Shamique Pilgrim took two wickets each.
Amelia’s Ward Primary batted first and were bowled out for 53 in eight overs against Mac Kenzie Primary. Tamar Duncan made 14; Keesa Graham claimed 2-7. Mac Kenzie Primary responded with 54-1 in 6.3 overs with 49 extras.
Rigma Primary posted 115-1 of their allotted 10 overs versus Mac Kenzie Primary. Aliya Venture made 29, Labron James 25 and Owen Hooper 20. Mac Kenzie Primay responded with 44-8 in 10 overs. Extras contributed 22; Hooper and Lebron James took two wickets each.
Watooka Primary batted first in their match up against Rigma Primary and were skittled for 29 in eight overs. Aliya Venture, Lebron James and Carmelo Mason King picked two wickets each. Rigma Primary replied with 33-1 in 2.2 overs.
St. Aidan Primary were bowled out for 78, taking first knock with Jobez Isaacs and Charlie Jones scoring 36 and 22 respectively. Christianburg Primary responded with 81-2. Romell Sinclair made 33.
Wismar Primary made 69, taking first knock, while One Mile Primary replied with 69.
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