Berbice Div2 NBS - Dec 1

Date Published: 
07-Dec-2013
Source: 
Kaieteur News
Author: 
Kaieteur News Staff

Cotton Tree Die Hard, Skeldon Community Centre and Rainbow Generator of Seafield have all advanced to the quarter finals of the 2013 New Building Society Second Division 40 Over Cricket Competition in Berbice after they won their respective play off matches.

Led by Roshan Gafoor who scored 58, Cotton Tree Die Hard hammered 211 in 39.2 overs against Fyrish, who in their tern at the crease led by former Berbice U 19 batsman Javed Mohamed with 62, gave good chase but eventually fell short by 19 runs.

All-rounder Balram Persaud slammed 75 to help No. 48 Challengers reach 171 all out in 30.5 overs against Skeldon Community Centre but then Darshanan Chalitar made 61 not out to guide Skeldon to an easy 6 wicket victory.

A 5 wicket haul from former Berbice U 19 cricketer, off spinner Michael Felix, helped Rose Hall Town Bakewell restrict Rainbow Generation to 167 but that proved too much for Rose Hall as they were bowled out for 138 in reply.

In summarized scores:

At Fyrish, Cotton Tree Die Hard beat Fyrish by 19 runs. Cotton Tree Die Hard 211 in 39.2 overs with Roshan Gafoor 58 and Asim Ibrahim 30. Fyrish 192 in 35.1 overs with Javed Mohamed 62, Roshan Gafoor 3 for 25, Waqar Hassan 3 for 34 and Pooran Persaud 3 for 44.

At Skeldon, Skeldon Community Centre beat No.48 Challengers by 6 wickets. No. 48 Challengers 171 in 30.5 overs with Balram Persaud 75, Nicholas Seenarine 4 for 25, Nigel Trotz 2 for 18, Darshanan Chalitar 2 for 26, and Gajendra Nauth 2 for 39. Skeldon Community Centre 175 for 4 in 27 overs with Darshanan Chalitar 61 not out, Sydney Jackman Jnr 41, Jason Watson 2 for 30.

At Seafield, Rainbow Generation beat Rose Hall Town Bakewell by 29 runs. Rainbow Generation 167 in 31.4 overs with Renison Mitchell 38, Clenrey Archibald 25, Wayne FraserĀ  23, Michael Felix 5 for 36 and Arif Chan 3 for 23. Rose Hall Town Bakewell 138 in 28 overs with Brandon Persaud 24, Keino Gravesande 3 for 16, Julian Fraser 2 for 23, Tyson Carmichael 2 for 27.