Apr 01, 2018 Sports
In sweltering heat yesterday the second round of the GCA’s New York Tri State 50-overs U-19 tournament was contested at four venues and the North Americans feasted on a hapless GNIC attack to register the highest total ever recorded in an U-19 club game in the City as the visitors won by a whopping 258 runs at the Eve Leary ground.
There were also wins for TSC who beat GYO at the YMCA ground by one wicket, Malteenoes SC, who got past Everest by four wickets in a game which started at the MSC ground and concluded at the MYO, while DCC got a Walk-over at DCC.
At Eve Leary, New York Tri State (NYTS) who drew a bye in Thursday’s opening round amassed a massive 406-8 in 50 overs with openers Raymond Ramrattan (101), hitting 15 fours in the tournament’s first century.
Ramrattan shared in a 110-run opening stand with Ishan Bansal (15) and 103 for their 2nd wicket with former Guyana U-19 batsman Akshaya Homraj who dominated the stand; blasting nine boundaries including five sixes in a pugnacious 74 before he bowled at 213-2 by off-spinner Romario Browne who was reported for a suspect action by the Umpires.
Dawood Mohamed whose 85 was decorated with 12 fours added 71 for the fourth wicket with Ramrattan who was bowled by Emanuel Persaud at 273-3.
Mohamed was eventually removed at 344-5 as Persaud and Euan Blair finished with two wickets each for GNIC were bowled out for 148 in 33.1 overs.
Raymond Bandu (27) and Jeremiah Benjamin (23) offered token resistance after Mohamed followed up his 85 with 4-19 with the ball.
At YMCA, GYO were bundled out for 97 in 27 overs with Jason Juan top scoring with 21.
Mohamed Akhan, who hit two fours and a six, fell for 16 to follow-up his 82 in the first round, while Dwain Dick (12) was the only other batsman to reach double figures.
Mark Baptiste (3-34), Colin Barlow (2-16), Anthony Antonio (2-17) and Mark Ramsammy (2-24) were the wicket-takers for Transport Sports Club (TSC) who struggled to 98-9 to win their last pair at the crease.
Barlow (15) and Jonathon Adams, Jeremiah Blackman and Antonio with 14 each were the only batsmen to reach double digits as Akhan (3-34) and Elnathon Suknanan (3-18) almost took GYO over the line.
At MYO, MSC got a 93-run opening stand between Wayne McPherson (59) and left-hander Tuen Hicks (42) and Dwayne Bollers unbeaten on a well calculated unbeaten 18 saw MSC to 175-6 in 30.5 overs replying to Everest’s 174 all out.
National Junior Table Tennis Niran Bissu had 2-25 with his left-arm spin for Everest who had earlier lost Raynaldo Mohammed (68), Bissu (29) and Uchardave Balgobin (18) and never recovered.
Ray Saeesharran (3-17), Ntini Permaul (2-22) and Chad Shivrattan followed-up his 5-12 last Thursday with 2-34 for the winners.
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