GCA U-19 40-over Competition

Date Published: 
29-Jan-2007
Source: 
Stabroek News
Author: 
Stabroek Staff

A century from Vishal Singh led Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) to a 262-run win over the Gandhi Youth Organization (GYO) in the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) Under-19 40-over cricket competition at the GYO ground on Saturday.

The 17-year-old struck six fours and 12 sixes in his 138 as GCC piled on 322 for six from 40 overs. Robin Bacchus supported with 41 including three fours and one six while Rayad Hamid struck two fours scoring 22 and Jeetendra Sukhdeo stroked three fours and one six contributing 21. Phibian Joseph picked up 2-54 bowling for GYO.

GYO, in reply, were bundled out for 60 from 20 overs as off-spinner Parmanand Ramkissoon picked up four wickets for five runs. Elon Fernandes grabbed 3-18 and Hamid 2-15.

The Guyana National Industrial Corporation (GNIC) beat Third Class by 76 runs at the GNIC ground on Saturday.

Third Class won the toss and invited the hosts to take first strike. GNIC responded with 191 all out from 36.5 overs. Ranole Bourne, who struck two fours and two sixes scoring 45, was the top scorer while Dwayne Dotson struck three fours and a six to score 34. Rodwin Dexter chipped in with 22 including one four and two sixes. Amir Khan picked up 3-38 and Budhan Baksh grabbed 2-24 bowling for Third Class.

Third Class, in reply, was bowled out for 115. Andrew Petamber top scored with 32 including four boundaries while Bourne picked up three for 26 bowling for GNIC.

A fine all-round performance by Stephen Jacobs led St Stanislaus College to a resounding 100-run victory over Police Sport Club at the Eve Leary ground.

Saints batted first and amassed 195 from 28.3 overs with Jacobs striking 12 fours and eight sixes while scoring 117 from 57 balls. Terrence Tyrell picked up four wickets for 38 runs from seven overs while Randolph Knights grabbed two for 37. Police were skittled out for 95 in 28.3 overs. Jacobs picked up five wickets for 21 runs while Dellon Muffet grabbed three for five.