Five 50s Highlight NBS
Half-centuries from Gershon Barran, Abdul Latiff, Leon Williams, Andrew Williams and Parasram Tilkuram and three five-wicket haul highlighted the latest round in the New Building Society-sponsored second division 40-over cricket tournament in Berbice.
Scores from the matches played:
At Vryman’s Erven, Tucber Park beat Police by 154 runs. Tucber Park batted first made 197 for 8 in 40 overs with Leon Williams 63 and Andrew Williams 61 not out; Police in reply were bowled out for 43 in 10.5 overs with Orlando Tanner snared 6 for 25 and Gavin Moriah Jr 3 for 5.
At Letterkenny, Letterkenny Young Star defeated Alness by 3 wickets. Alness made 200 for 8 in 35 overs; Letterkenny Young Star in reply reached 201 for 7 in 27,3 overs with Parasram Tilkuram hitting a compose 96.
At Kortheberaadt, Flying Star beat Edinburgh by 115 runs. Flying Star batting first were bowled out for 193 in 27 overs with hitting Gershon Barran 89, Clifford Hope claimed 4 for 15 bowling for Edinburgh who in reply were bowled out for 78 in 16.4 overs. Kenton Grumble took 5 for 30 and Clifford Fraser 3 for 20.
At Edinburgh, East Bank beat Overwinning Bible Church by 21 runs. East Bank made 151 in 29 overs batting first with Abdul Latiff hitting 58; Overwinning Bible Church in reply were bowled out for 130 in 28.3 overs with Randy Seecharran the main destroyer for East Bank with 5 for 34.
At Sisters, Kortheberaadt Seventh-Day Adventist Church beat Rising Youth by 49 runs. Kortheberaadt Seventh-Day Adventist Church made 175 in 22 overs with Noel Adams top scoring with 46; Rising Youth in reply were bowled out for 126 in 23 overs.
At No. 69, No 69 Red Rose beat No 68 Turn Team by 3 wickets. No 68 Turn Team were bowled out for 137 in 25 overs batting first with Radesh Bishnauth claiming 4 for 14 bowling for No 69 Red Rose who reached 138 for 7 in 24 overs.
At Albion Front, Jai Hind beat Seawell by 85 runs. Jai Hind batting first made 178 in 36.2 overs with Andy Naidu hitting a top score of 40; Seawell in reply were bowled out for 93 in 21.1 overs. Vickey Veerasammy and Solen Mangali claimed three wickets apiece bowling for Jai Hind.