Tamran Root Cricket Club
|Name:||Tamran Root Cricket Club|
|Address:||Hampshire, Corentyne, Berbice|
|Ground:||Hampshire cricket ground|
Tamran Root Cricket Club has been very successful in cricket in its relatively short history. The club got its name from "Tamarind Town", which is an area near the Hampshire cricket ground. Someone misspelled the name, but the club liked it and decided to keep it.
Club members are very enthusiastic and keen cricketers, as is evidenced by a balanced team and outstanding performances, such as Satesh Dwarka's 9 wickets for 4 runs that helped Tamran Root to dismiss the opposition for just 25 runs. Tamran Root's success has lead to many players from other teams wanting to play for the club.
Hampshire is a village west of Rose Hall, with several businesses, including a rice mill.
Division 2 NBS 40-Overs:
- (3 Feb at Albion Front) Tamarind Root beat Fyrish Road by 87 runs. Tamarind Root 246 in 35 overs (Deonarine Rengasammy 61, K Mangal 66, A Ramdass 44, A Abrahim 25, Z Hamid 3-37, S Ahmad 2-67). Fyrish Road 159 in 29.3 overs (W Dass 31, Isaac Kamaludin 30, A Singh 4-28, Derick Rangasammy 2-4).
Players include: Altaf Abrahim, Komal Mangal, Alvin Ramdass, Deonarine Rengasammy, Derick Rangasammy, Adrian Singh
Tamran Root Cricket Club reach the final of the 2010 Berbice NBS Second Division 40-over competition, which they lost to Young Warriors. (See report here.)
2010 players include: Satesh Dwarka, Alvin Gobin, Avinash Looknauth, Kevin Madramootoo, Altaf Mohamed, Alvin Ramdass, Hemendra Ramdihal, Mahendra Ramdihal, Dilip Rengasammy, Lionel Seegobin and Vijay Sukra.