Nov 23, 2022 Sports
BCB /Dave West Indian Imports 40 overs tournament
Kaieteur News – Despite problems with weather and the unplayable conditions of several grounds, the Berbice Cricket Board started its 2022 BCB/Dave West Indian Imports 40overs second division tournament. The tournament involves the hosting of five different sub division tournaments which would each provide a champion. The five inter-zone champions would then go on to play for the overall Berbice championship. The five zones are West Berbice, Lower Corentyne, Upper Corentyne, New Amsterdam/Canje and Berbice River. The tournament is been played with close to eighty teams, the most for any tournament in Guyana.
Outstanding performers from the first two rounds of the tournament included national youth players Jonathan Rampersaud who scored an impressive 93 against Belvedere United and Adrian Hetmyer who grabbed a five-wicket haul on his second division debut.
Scores from some of the matches are:
Rose Hall Town Bakewell defeated Belvedere United by 83 runs at Area H Ground. Batting first RHT Bakewell scored 208 for 7 off 35 overs with National Under19 all- rounder Jonathan Rampersaud scoring 93, Romesh Bharat 43 and Ryan Kissoonlall 18. Bowling for Belvedere United; E. Williams- 5 for 24 off 7 overs including a hat-trick, he was supported by K. Kamaladin who grabbed 1 for 31 off 6 overs. In reply Belvedere United were bowled out for 125 in 26.3 overs with Eon Veladium scoring 44, Reon Malcom 24 and R. Dillion 18. Bowling for RHT Bakewell; Matthew Pottaya took 3 for 30 off 4.3 overs, Collis Butts 2 for 15 off 7 overs, Jeremey Sandia 2 for 24 off 5 overs and Tyreece Sealey 2 for 27 off 6 overs.
University of Guyana Elites triumphed over Kildonan by 167 runs at Chesney Ground. UG Elites batting first scored 242 all out in 35 overs; G. Ramnarine blasting 81, Eon Nunes 15 was the principal scorer. Bowling for Kildonan; R. Seelall took 2 for 45 off 8 overs and C. McKenzie 2 for 32 off 7 overs. In reply Kildonan was bowled out 75 in 10.4 overs with C. McPherson 19, the only batsman to reach double figures. Bowling for UG Elites, Vivik Harripersaud grabbed 5 for 30 off 5 overs and Collis Greene 4 for 34 off 5.4 overs, the fast-bowling pair dismantled the Kildonan batting lineup.
Rose Hall Canje ‘A’ trounced Rose Hall Canje President X1 by 10 wickets at Rose Hall Canje Community Centre. RH Canje President X1 taking first strike only managed 70 before they were bowled out in 15.3 overs. Feedee Daniels with 15 was the only batsman to reach double figures. Bowling for Rose Hall Canje ‘A’; Guyana Under15 all-rounder Adrian Hetmyer grabbed 5 for 15 off 3 overs and Enrique Mickle 2 for 9 off 2 overs. In reply- Rose Hall Canje ‘A’ raced to 70 without loss off 6 overs. Avishkar Persaud scored 43.
Cotton Tree defeated Bath Sports club by 6 wickets at Cotton Tree Ground. Batting first after winning the toss Bath was bowled out for 117 in 23 overs. A. Anandram scored 29, H. Singh 20 and S. Sugrim 18. Bowling for Cotton Tree; Fawaz Gaffoor grabbed 4 for 22 from 7 overs, Waqar Hassan 4 for 32 from 7 overs. In reply Cotton Tree reached 120 for 6 in 16 overs with Nick Ramsaroop 53, Daniel Harrynarine 35.
Ramnarine Memorial beat Kildonan by 3 wickets at Kildonan. Host Kildonan taking first strike were bowled out for 145 in 21 overs. C. McKenzie scored 28 and S. Seelall 15. Bowling for Ramnarine Memorial; R. Latcha grabbed 5 for 23 off 5 overs and T. Leitch 2 for 16 off 2 overs. In reply Ramnarine Memorial scored 147 for 7 in 26 overs with J. Holder 35, Collis Gray 23 and R. Gray 17 not out. Bowling for Kildonan; S. Seelall grabbed 3 for 30 off 4 overs.
Cotton Tree brushed Achievers by 61 runs at Cotton Tree Ground. Cotton Tree won the toss and elected to bat first scored 257 for 9 from 40 overs. Roshan Gaffoor 71, Pooran Persaud 68 not out and Fawaz Gaffoor 40. Bowling for Achievers; Omari Arthur took 2 for 35 from 6 overs, Arthley Bailey 2 for 39 from 8 overs. Achievers were bowled out for 196 in 32.4 overs with Arthur Bailey 80, Gladwyn Johnson 30 and Raffel Estraido 25. Bowling for Cotton Tree; Waqar Hassan 4 for 24 from 7.4 overs and Nashad Gaffoor 2 for 54 from 8 overs.
Rose Hall Town Bakewell defeated Tamarind Root C.C by 20 runs at Area H. Rose Hall Town Bakewell 104 all out in 35.3 overs; Nyron Hicks 23, Romesh Bharat 16 and Ryan Algu 14. Bowling for Tamarind Root; Kelly Dagraj grabbed 3 for 16 off 7 overs, Sewnauth Joseph 2 for 19 off 4 overs. Tamarind Root in reply 84 all out in 26.2 overs with D. Rangasammy scoring 19, Avinash Looknauth 16 were the principal scorers. Bowling for Rose Hall Town Bakewell; Tyreece Sealey 3 for 10 off 5.2 overs with 2 maidens, Matthew Pottaya- 3 for 10 off 4 overs with 2 maidens and Jonathan Rampersaud 2 for 12 off 8 overs with 4 maidens.
Blairmont Blazers beat D’ Edward by 5 wickets at D’ Edwards Ground. D’ Edward were bundled out for 93 in 27.2 overs; K. Bissondial 37 and Keith Milne 21. Bowling for Blairmont Blazers; Parmanand Ramdhan grabbed 4 for 26, Nigel Deodat 3 for 20 and Zameer Nazeer 2 for 19. Blairmont Blazers in reply made 94 for 5 off 14 overs with Nigel Deodat 24, Parmanand Ramdhan 22 not out and Zameer Nazeer 20. Bowling for D’ Edward; R. Moore and N. Rampersaud took 2 wickets each.
Port Mourant bettered Tain/ Block 4 by 7 wickets at Port Mourant Community Centre. Tain/ Block 4 scored 60 all out off 15 overs. M. Mangal 30. Bowling for Port Mourant; Joshua Ramsammy took 4 for 27 off 7 overs, T. Narchany 2 for 2 off 3 overs. In reply Port Mourant reached 61 for 3 off 10 overs with P. Tiluram 25.
Whim outfought University of Guyana Elites by 4 wickets. UG Elites scored 128 all out in 35 overs; Dave Ramgolam 28, Fardeen Khan 25 Chandrashakar Mangal 17. Bowling for Whim, K. Deonarine took 6 for 36 off 8 overs and T. Harrinarine 2 for 28 off 8 overs. Whim reached 129 for 6 in 28 overs; Jai Tika scored 36, T. Harinarine 24, K. Deonarine 14. Bowling for UG Elites; Fardeen Khan 4 for 17 off 7 overs.
Guymine trashed Edinbrugh by 189 runs at Guymine. Guymine scored a mammoth 300 all out in 33.2 overs; Glendon De Cunha 92, Marlon Shepard 36. Bowling for Edinburgh George Degese grabbed 4 for 44. In reply Edinburgh were bowled out for 111in 25 overs with George Degese scoring 30. Bowling for Guymine John Ganshaw took 4 for 11 off 6 overs.
Port Mourant defeated Sandreef C.C. by 170 runs at Port Mourant. Port Mourant scored 257 all out in 39.2 overs. Rampersaud Ramnauth scored 50, Joshua Ramsammy 36 and Rampertab Ramnauth 33. Bowling for Sand Reef C.C.; R. Balkarran 2 for 27 off 8 overs, Y. Dhoray 2 for 38 off 8 overs and M. Jagmohan 2 for 39 off 5 overs. In reply Sandreef C.C was bowled out for 87 in 29.4 overs. Saif Baksh 26, Jameer Azeez and Amit Singh both score 18. Bowling for Port Mourant; P. Tilakram 3 for 6 off 3.4 overs, Joshua Harrichan 2 for 10 off 5 overs.
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