Dec 05, 2021 Sports
Kaieteur News – The Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) last weekend started another cricket tournament in the Ancient County as the board continued its restart of the cricket season after an enforced stoppage due to the covid pandemic. A total of twenty six teams are participating in the BCB/ UCCA/Vitality Inc 20/20 Tournament. The Upper Corentyne Cricket Association headed by President Dennis D’Andrade is looking after the organising of the tournament on behalf of the Berbice Cricket Board. The tournament, which is been played on a knock out basis, would continue today Sunday at six venues in the area.
Results from last Sunday’s matches are:
CWC defeated No 69 Red by 38 runs at Red Rose.
CWC Sports Club 147 for 8 from 20 overs- N. Deo 32, Q. Khan 28 M. Ramkissoon 3 for 22
No 69 Red Rose 109 all out in 20 overs D. Persaud 30 G. Sugrim 3 for 22.
No 68 Turn Team got pass No 48 by 75 runs at No 68 Ground.
No 68 Turn Team 213 for 2 in 20 overs – Anthony Dourjohdan 133 not out with 14 sixes and three boundaries. Karran Singh 51 with three sixes and three boundaries.
No 68 138 all out in 17.1 overs – B. Somaroo 30, J. Seenauth 35
Anthony Jones 5 for 26 Bhojnarine Sookdeo 2 for 13 and Henauth Ramsarran 2 for 35.
No 70 Young Blood defeated No 77 by ten wickets at No 70 Ground.
Batting first No 70 was bowled out for a meagre 36 from 10 overs with A. Khan top scoring with 10. Mohamed Azoze taking 4 for 9 from three overs.
In response, the home team raced to 40 without loss in 3.4 overs – Mohamed Azoze 22 not out and Baresh Shamond 12 not out.
Rama Krishna Foundation breezed past No 52 CC by six wickets at No 73 Ground.
Batting first, No 52 made 91 all out in 17.4 overs as only H. Nandlall reached double figures with 32. Bowling for Rama Krishna -Vikash Singh took 4 for 11 from four overs and Tavindra Doobay 3 for 12.
In response, Rama Krishna raced to 92 for 4 in 14.5 overs with Khemraj Dhuj top scoring with 32.
A brilliant innings from Davanand Chatterpaul led his team NO 72 Cut and Load to a crushing 150 runs victory over CWC All Family at the No 72 Ground.
Chatterpaul blasted 89 with four boundaries and nine massive sixes and received support from Deoprakash Ramdat 30 and Zammer Shaw 30 not out as the team reached 216 for 4 from their allotted twenty overs. R. Hakin took 2 for 36 from four overs for the visitors, who in response were bowled out for 66 in 14.1 over. Z. Mohammed scored 12, while Ramesh Omapersaud took 3 for 22 and Chatterpaul returned with the ball to complete a good match with 2 for 11.
No 70 A Spartans edged No 64 Marines by three runs in a thriller.
No A Spartans batted first and chalked up 109 all out in 18 overs. Thameshwar Ramoutar scored 39, while extras contributed a healthy 21. Bowling for No64 – Steve Embrack, Leonard Sandy, Charles France and Ramez Naidoo took two wickets apiece for 17, 7, 30 and 31 respectively. In response, No 64 were disappointed to fall short by three wickets with five balls still to be bowled. They were bowled out for 106 in 19.1 overs despite Embrack hitting a responsible 32 and Kumar Chand stroking 31 impressive runs. Bowling for the home team, Omesh Kemraj took 3 for 16, while Shizam Khan and Thameshwar Ramoutar 2 for 16.
No 70 MYO defeated No 69 Eagles by 20 runs at the No 69 Red Rose Ground.
No 70 MYO batting first, reached 130 all out from 20 overs with Niazi Khan top scoring with 27 and he received support from Salim Khan 21 and Rasheed Rahamatelly 15.
No 69 Eagles in response were restricted to 110 for 8 when their allotted overs expired. K. Karlo top scored with 20, while Areef Khan 2 for 7, Mohammed Khan 2 for 18 and Alim Khan 2 for 16 were the outstanding bowlers for No 70 MYO.
The BCB has plans to host two more competitions for teams in the Upper Corentyne sub-association, while clubs in the area could participate in another thirty at different levels over the next twelve months in what is expected to be a packed BCB cricket calendar.
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