GCA Hadi Div 1 26 Jan
Opener Ryan Ramdass slammed an attractive 150 as Everest Cricket Club plied up 306-6 declared off 75.5 overs against GYO as play in the Georgetown Cricket Association / Hadi’s First Division 2-day competition continued yesterday.
Ramdass shared in an opening stand of 241 withTagenarine Chanderpaul before the latter was run out for 79, inclusive of six fours. Chanderpaul Hemraj was the next best scorer with 22. Ramdass innings contained fourteen fours and three sixes. Joseph Shivgobin took 4-26 for GYO who closed on 26 with out loss in 13 overs. Christopher Deonarine is on 15 and Shivendra Hemraj on 04.
At DCC, the home team were 125-3 at stumps in reply to GCC first innings total of 261. Trevon Griffith is unbeaten on 77 which included twelve fours and with him is Andrew Gibson on 05. Christopher Barnwell made 23 while Leon Johnson has so far taken 3-22.
Earlier GCC won the toss, batted and posted 261 before being bowled in 65.3 overs. Johnson led the scoring with 59 (8×4,1×6), while Gavin Charles 52 (5×4,2×6), Raj Nanan 34, Vishal Singh 22 and Elon Fernandes 21; Griffith was DCC best bowler with 4-92 while Barnwell snared 3-63.
At Eve Leary, Police took first innings points from TSC. Police won the toss and mustered 206 all out in 69 overs with Ryan Rajmangal 63 (9×4), Shameer Fazal 58(4×4) and Jason Heyliger 23 being their principal scorers. Off spinner Jonathan Alphonso bagged 7-39.
TSC were skittled for 90 in 29 overs in reply, Charwayne Mc Pherson got 21 as Heyliger claimed 4-12, Parnell London 3-22 and Randolph Knights 3-40. TSC after being asked to follow on finished the day on 44 with out loss. Mervin Cato has 22 and Mc Pherson 17.
At GDF, Malteenoes Sports Club claimed 1st innings honours from the host. GDF were bundled out for 93 after taking first strike. Steven Jacobs was the pick of the bowlers with 5-20 and Seon Daniels took 3-33.
MSC in their first innings managed 143 all out in 35 overs. Orin Forde made 45 and Devon Mc Ewan 43 as Jeremiah Harris and Paul Castello captured 3 wickets each and Travis Blyden 2. With a deficit of 50 GDF in their second turn at the crease finished on 56-4 to take a 6 run lead. Blyden is not out on 16; Jacobs took all three the wickets to fall.