GNIC SC, Everest CC, Muslim Youth Organisation and Tri State USA recorded victories when the Georgetown Cricket Association USA Tri State U19 50 overs tournament continued yesterday.
At GNIC SC, the home team beat Better Hope by 184 runs. GNIC batted first and posted 274 all out in 49.2. Garfield Benjamin struck 12 fours and six sixes in a brisk 115, while Dwain Dick made 38, Joel Fortune 27, Jamal Davis 23 and Orlando Jailall 19. B. Jordan bagged 5-49, while R. Singh and C. Mohan had two each. Better Hope were bowled out for 90 in 20 overs in reply. Jordan got 27, D. Narine 25 and G. Persaud 15; Dick grabbed 6-30 and Jeremiah Benjamin 2-29.
At GYO, Everest Cricket Club beat Georgetown Cricket Club by 26 runs. Batting first, Everest CC made 91 all out in 21.3 overs. Aryan Persaud captured five wickets. GCC were sent packing for 65 in 19.4 overs in reply. Aron Mohabir picked up five wickets.
At MYO, the host thumped Queen’s College by 300 runs. Led by a fine century from Abdul Ramsammy, MYO piled up 394-7
off their reduced quota of 40 overs. Ramsammy slammed 20 fours and five sixes in scoring 130, while Nigel Deodat clobbered 11 fours and four sixes in scoring 81. Leon Swamy made 46, Marvan Prashad 42 and Zynul Ramsammy 32. A. Singh and N. Persaud took two wickets each.
Queen’s College were bowled out for 94 in 25 overs in reply. N. Persaud made 30 and B. Persaud 18.
Marlon Boele returned amazing figures, finishing with 5-0, while Deodat had 3-12 and Brian Bowen 2-16.
At Ogle, Tri State overcame Bel Air Rubis. (Zaheer Mohamed)
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