Safraz Esau struck a fine century, while Jagnarine Etwaroo grabbed five wickets as Independence Sports Club A defeated Mc Gill SC by two wickets when the West Demerara Cricket Association President’s Cup 40-over tournament continued recently.
Playing at Joe Vieira Park, Mc Gill batted first and managed 148 all out in 37.3 overs. Travis Persaud made 30 and Daniel Basdeo 20; Jagnarine Etwaroo bagged 5-21 and Jason Hector 2-0. Independence SC A scored 149-8 in 25.2 overs in response. Safraz Esau slammed 102 not out; Safiek Dean claimed 3-44 and Abdool Razaak 2-34.
At La Grange, All Youths made 156 all out in 29 overs, batting first. Deoram Persaud hit 45 and Avinash Tulsie 27; Navendra Persaud claimed 4-7 and Marvin Cheong 3-42. Rising Stars responded with 153-5 in 15.3 overs. Sachin Singh struck 51 and Keon Roberts 28; Sewchan Narine snared 4-23.
At Canal Number Two, Wales were bowled out for 153 in 20.2 overs, taking first knock. Yogendra Singh made 50 and Randy Yankhana 26; Paul Ashby had 3-40 and Kevin Paul 2-31. Christ Ambassador scored 154-4 in 18.2 overs in reply. Leon Andrew made 52 and Damion Ross 46; Ryan Shun took2-33.
At Meten-Meer-Zorg, Meten-Meer-Zorg B batted first and posted 176 all out in 27.1 overs. Deryck Foo scored 55 while Reyaz Khan made 36. Ashim Basir picked up 4-62 and Mahendra Dasrat 3-16. Meten-Meer-Zorg A responded with 156 all out in 38.1 overs. Ravindra Dasrat struck 55 and Hemnauth Persaud 23; Jermaine Maxwell claimed 3-36 and Deryck Foo 2-27.
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