Schools Windball At Wales

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Kaieteur News
Kaieteur Staff

Debutantes Vive-La-Force was among the latest schools to register wins when the Ministry of Culture, Youth & Sport (MCYS)/National Sports Commission (NSC)/ AL Sport & Tour Promotions Windball Cricket Championships continued recently, at Wales Community Centre Ground.

In the opening encounter, (Boys) – Vive-La-Force beat Vreed-en-Hoop by 3 runs. Debutant Vive-La-Force led by a swashbuckling 34 from Dev Seepersaud which included 5x6s reached 62-1 off the allotted overs. Vreed-en-Hoop replied with 59-5, Paul Samaroo 13, Balram Persaud & Shemar Thomas 12 apiece. Brendon Bowling 2-12.

Patentia and Vreed-en-Hoop then played to a tie – Vreed-en-Hoop compiled 35-2. Patentia in reply, ended on 35-2, Asif Rambarran 18.

Georgetown Girls

Redeemer beat St. Pius by 7 wickets – St Pius 42-2, Serena Hope 10. Redeemer 43-3, Natasha Thomas 13.

West Ruimveldt eased to a comfortable 15 runs win over Thomas More. West Ruimveldt made 48-0, Shellon Bobb 23, Alexandra Mc Roy 11. Thomas More 33-5, Tasha Wilkinson 10.

St. Agnes completed a similar victory over Redeemer. Redeemer 39-3, N. Thomas 15. St. Agnes 40-3, Deslyn Leitch 14, Darreel Dorway 10.

Students currently participating in the MCYS/NSC/AL Sport & Tour Promotions Windball Cricket Championships pose for a photo op shortly before the start of play.