Tucber Park In Bobcat Semi-final
Bobcat of Berbice Second Division Cricket Competition…
The Bobcat of Berbice Second Division 20/20 cricket competition, organised by the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) for clubs in the East Bank Berbice, New Amsterdam/Canje and East Coast areas continued recently with former Guyana Under-19 all-rounder, Joemal LaFleur, turning in a fine all-round performance. This helped his team, Tucber Park of New Amsterdam, defeat Police in a second round encounter to gain a bye into the semi-final.
He first took 3 for 15 from three overs when Police were dismissed for 131 for 8 in 20 overs. When Tucber replied, he held the inning together with 69 (9×4) to steer the team to 132 for 6 in 19.3 overs with no other batman getting past nine, including West Indies female cricketer, Tremayne Smartt who made eight.
After Kendall’s Union of East Berbice were set a target of 120 to win by Glasgow New Scheme of East Bank Berbice, their middle order batsman, Ravin Seecharran with 54 (3×4, 4×6) and Chris Yadram with 47, put on 90 between them for the fourth wicket to see their team home by three wickets.
Shafeek Khan’s 48 (4×4, 2×6) for Edinburg went in vain as his team went down to Young Warriors by 12 runs.
Scores from matches played:
At Cumberland, Tucber Park beat Police by 4 wickets.
Police 131 for 8 in 20 overs with Albert Sinclair 37, Sean Jhetto 28 and Joemal LaFleur 3 for 15. Tucber Park 132 for 6 in 19.3 overs with Joemal LaFleur 69, Sean Jhetto 2 for 25 and Michael Campbell 2 for 28.
At Kendall’s Union, Kendall’s Union beat Glasgow New Scheme by 3 wickets.
Glasgow New Scheme 119 in 19.2 overs with Desmond Duncan 27, Baichan Mahadeo 3 for 10 and Stephen Ramlochan 2 for 27. Kendall’s Union 122 for 7 in 18.3 overs with Ravin Seecharran 54, Chris Yadram 47, Gary Soloman 3 for 10 and Alvin LaFleur 2 for 30.
At Edinburg, Young Warriors beat Edinburg by 12 runs. Young Warriors 145 for 9 in 20 overs with Sanjay Khan 25, N. La Rose 3 for 12 and Tameshwar Ramdeen 2 for 34. Edinburg 133 for 7 in 20 overs with Shafeek Khan 48 and Murphy La Rose 29.
At Kortheberadt on the East Bank, Flying Star beat Gangaram Strykers of East Canje by 65 runs. Flying Star 147 for 7 in 20 overs with Ravi Bridgelall 34, Quincy DeVelde 33 and Chetram Bassant 3 for 16. Gangaram Strykers 82 in 19.4 overs with Latchman Roopchand 26, Chetram Bassant 25, Kenton Grumble 3 for 8 and Quincy DeVelde 2 for 8.