Wales, Patentia, Leonora and Tuschen registered victories when the Region Three leg of the AL Sport and Tour Promotions National Sports Commission 22nd Annual Edward Cobenna Memorial Primary schools Windball Cricket Champions Trophy continued recently at the National Gymnasium.
Playing in the female category, Tuschen managed 45-1, batting first with Julia Allicock scoring 22 and Sameera Ramkinsoon 14. Malgre Tout responded with 45-1 to tie the game; Emily Daymon made 20 and Semonica Todd 14.
Wales took first strike and posted 75-1; Angelina Hodge made 18, Kezia Datson 17 and Kiyanna Daniels 11. Goed Fortuin made 41-2 in reply. Chiyedza Heywood got 36.
Leonora got to 30-1, batting first against Patentia who responded with 32-2; Aaricia Sobers scored 14.
In the male category, Leonora piled up 112 with out lost, a record opening partnership for Region three; Shahid Bahadur slammed ten fours and six sixes in a top score of 64 while Sachin Singh made 42 with six fours and three sixes. La Retrate reached 98-1 in reply. Jonathon Pooranmal made with six sixes and Jonathon Forrester 36 including six sixes.
Tuschen took first knock and posted 101- 1 with Reon Dowlin scoring 54 with seven sixes and Omario Trotz 36 which contained six fours. Patentia were limited to 49-5; Zaheer Khan made 18 as Fahien Ganie and Ronnel Ganie snared three and two wickets each.
Wales scored 108 with out loss, taking first knock. Araf Arjoon stroked four fours and seven sixes in a robust 60 while Vickey Lallbeharry made 40 with six sixes. Malgre Tout responded with 64-5; Javon Roberts made 30 including five sixes as A. Arjoon took three wickets.
Tushen batted first and made 76-2; Christoff Decond scored 34 with five sixes while Owane Jones got 26. Goed Fortuin replied with 75-2; De Lessaudio Valenzuela got 32 including five sixes and Jaden Hinds 17.
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