Mar 03, 2021 Sports
Kaieteur News – A brilliant performance from Berbice youth all-rounder Abdul Ramsammy led his team, Tucber Park into the finals of the historic Berbice Cricket Board/Premium Asphalt Under-19 tournament.
Ramsammy took 3 for 17 from his 10 overs and then returned with the bat to score 39 to spearhead Tucber Park to an easy six wicket victory. Playing at the historic Rose Hall Canje Community Welfare Centre, the home team won the toss and batted first.
They made 106 all out in 30.1 of their allotted 50 overs. National youth players Sanjay Algoo and Isiah Thorne top scored with 15 and 14, respectively while Kevin Budhoo supported with 11.
Ramsammy 3 for 17, Ravishkar Sobhai 2 for 35 (8 overs) and Kevin Kisten 2 for 4 (1.4 overs) were the top bowlers for the impressive Tucber Park bowling attack. Needing to score 107 from 50 overs to reach the finals, Tucber Park raced to 109 for 4 from 13.2 overs.
Ramsammy completed a fine game with a solid 39 (3×4) and received support from Ravishkar Sobhai 23 and Zeynul Ramsammy 16. Sanjay Algoo took all four wickets to fall to end with figures of 3-0-26-4 in a losing cause.
Tucber Park would now clash with East Bank Blazers in the finals which would be played this weekend at the Rose Hall Canje Ground. The BCB/Premium Asphalt Under-19 tournament is one of four that would be played in each of the Sub Zones. Meanwhile, a Berbice wide Under-19 tournament would start in early April.
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