Thomas More, FE Pollard, St Pius Win

Date Published: 
09-May-2012
Source: 
Kaieteur News
Author: 
Kaieteur Staff

Play in the Georgetown Zone of the Al Sport & Tour Promotions (ASTP) / GT&T / Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport (MCYS) / National Sports Commission (NSC) – sponsored 15th Annual Regional Primary Schools Windball Cricket tournament was contested recently at the National Park Tarmac.

In full results:

Thomas More defeated Monar Educational Institute by 10 wickets. Monar batting first made 47-3 off the allotted overs. Nirvanie Persaud hit 25, while Mya Lynch supported with 15. Thomas More in their turn at the crease ended on 49-0. Mary Ann Grant hammered 35 and Tadacia Tucker hit 16.

F.E Pollard then beat North Georgetown by 9 wickets. North Georgetown compiled 45-5 batting first with Tatiana Jones hitting a top-score of 15. Amrita Ramkumar grabbed 2 wickets. F. E Pollard in reply, 50-1. Judy King made 25 and Jewel Gonsalves 19.

St. Pius romped to a comfortable 10-wicket triumph against St. Gabriel’s. St. Gabriel’s reached 49-4 when the overs expired. Tavia Wilson 21 and Sasha Murray 10 were the principal contributors. Rebekha Todd took 2 wkts. St. Pius raced to 55-0 with Faynell Brewster 29 and Todd 20, being the top-scorers.

Enterprise beat St. Agnes by 6 runs. Enterprise totaled 55-2, Jzannah Rogers 25. St. Agnes in reply were restricted to 49-3 with Kirtisha Underwood 17, Emika Punch 10.

Play will return to the Tarmac on Monday, May 14 with the Georgetown Boys in action from 10:00 hrs.

Meanwhile, fixtures for today’s round in the Central Corentyne/Black Bush Polder Zone are as follows:

Girls: No. 36 vs. Mc Gowan, Alness vs. Auchlyne, Eversham vs. the winner of No.36 & Mc Gowan.

Boys: Alness vs. Mc Gowan; winner vs. Johanna, Auchlyne vs. Region #6 defending champions Kildonan, the winner will play N0. 36.

Tomorrow’s matches in the Lower Corentyne Zone will see: (Girls) – Defending champ Albion, Tain & Rose Hall abbtle for top honours, while the Boys will see Tain, Port Mourant & Cropper vie for supremacy.

GT&T’s Sachin Persaud (centre) poses with the students shortly before the start of play.