Bohemia, Besty Ground In Canje Final
Bohemia and Besty Ground Primary Schools have reached the Canje Zone female final of the Sport Ministry/National Sports Commission/Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company/Al Sport and Tour Promotions 15th annual nationwide End-of-School-year Primary School Windball championships.
Below are the summarised scores from the female and male games in the Canje Zone:
In the girls’ category, Cumberland, batting first scored 29-2 with Manesha Samaroo scoring 10 and Nathanya Baker picking up three wickets for Bohemia that replied with 30-2 with Nathanya Baker scoring 11.
In the other female game, Sheet Anchor made 31-1. Besty Ground in reply, reached 33-1 with Marsha La Fleur scoring 11.
In the boys’ category, Gangaram defeated Sheet Anchor by eight wickets. Sheet Anchor made 31-1. Gangaram made 38-2 with Kumar Atmaram scoring 12 and Vickram Barran, 10. Rose Hall’s St Patrick’s defeated Cumberland by nine wickets. Cumberland made 40-9 with Alex Davis scoring 12, Alex Algoo, 10, while Arvin Persaud picked up the first hat-trick in this year’s tournament to finish with five wickets; Devendra Ramkishum had two wickets. St Patrick’s finished on 41-1 with Ramkishum making 13 and Arvin Persaud 11.
New Amsterdam Zone
In the girls’ category, Overwinning defeated Saint Therese by eight runs; Overwinning made 29-3 with Kaya Gomes stroking 12 before Saint Therese responded with 21-0.
Saint Aloysius defeated Edinburgh by nine wickets. Edinburgh compiled 31-2 with Teeyana Forde making 10; Saint Aloysius responded with 32-1, 14 of which came from Jada De Jonge.
In the boys’ category, Saint Aloysius defeated debutant School of the Nations by 10 wickets. School of the Nations made 38-2 in their time at the crease with Shavar Henry contributing 12; Saint Aloysius replied with 39-0 with Joshua Wilson top scoring with 15 and Shane Hamilton supporting with 10.
Saint Therese defeated All Saints by 18 runs. Batting first, Saint Therese scored 50-1 with Johsua Hinds top scoring 25 and Troy Munroe chipping in with 10; All Saints could only muster 32-3 with Lamar Reid making a contribution of 11.
Meanwhile play in the tournament continues tomorrow in the Central Corentyne and Black Bush Polder zones.