In sweltering heat in the City, Arthur Duke continued his good all-round performances for debutants Bel Air Rubis in only their third match in GCA’s New Building Society (NBS) 40-overs Second Division Cricket tournament yesterday.
Veteran all-rounder Duke with a four-wicket haul and a 70 in Bel Air Rubis previous two games against Sophia and GNIC captured the only five-wicket haul yesterday at the Queen’s College ground when he took 5-15 against Ace Warriors to give his side its first win.
Mahendra Geenarine top-scored with 25 while Arvin Gainda 19 and Keon Franklyn 17 chipped in with the bat. Aaron Rogers had 4-40 and Rawle Enmore took 3-16 for Ace Warriors who were bowled out for 103.
Duke was adjudged LBW off the inside edge for six off Enmore, picked up 5-15, Gainda 3-24 and Geenarine 2-24 bowled Bel Air Rubis to a six-run win. At the former Test venue Bourda, Jeetendra Sookdeo’s quick 39 led GCC to a five-wicket win over GYO.
GYO made 192 with Neiland Cadogan (36), Joshua Ramsammy 31, Micheal Deonarine (25), Chris Deonarine (24) and Yeudisir Persaud (23) all got starts for GYO. Winston Forrester took 4-44, pacer Bernard Bailey 3-31 and Stephon Wilson 2-35 for GCC who reached 193-5 in 37 overs.
Winston Forrester (38) and 14-year-old Mavindra Dindyal (28) supported Sookdeo as left arm spinner Trevon France had 2-23 and Seon Hopper took 2-26 in a losing cause. At Malteenoes, the hosts, led by Shaquel Moseley’s 56 with four fours and six and 22 from Nkosie Barker, reached 156 all out in 35.1 overs.
UG continued their success against MSC, reached 157-6 to win by six-wickets as Melroy Stephon scored an unbeaten 52. Keon Morris took 2-19 in a losing effort for the Thomas Road unit.
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