Bohemia, Besty Ground In Canje Final

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Guyana Times
Guyana Times Staff

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.

Female players from the participating schools in the Canje and New Amsterdam zones pose for a photo op before the start of the games.

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.

Male players from the participating schools in the Canje and New Amsterdam zones pose for a photo op before the start of the games.