No. 70 M.Y.O, Cotton Tree, No. 71 and Young Warriors advanced to the semi-final of the New Building Society Second Division 40-Over cricket competition in Berbice after they won their respective quarter-final matches.
Cotton Tree Die Hard, Skeldon Community Centre and Rainbow Generation, of Seafield, have advanced to the quarter-finals of the New Building Society second division 40-over cricket competition in Berbice, after they won their respective playoff matches.
Ogle Community Centre will come alive on Sunday September 14, 2014 when the powerful Lusignan Sports Club and talented Ogle Cricket Club clash in the Elizabeth Styles/East Coast Cricket Board first division 40 overs final.
Abdool Razack and National U-17 captain, Travis Persaud, slammed centuries as McGill Super Stars mauled Western Tigers by 228 runs in the West Demerara Cricket Association 40-Over Cricket Competition, played last Sunday at the Okoo Cricket ground in Canal No.1.
Ogle Community Centre will come alive on Sunday August 17, 2014 when the powerful Lusignan Sports Club and talented Ogle Cricket Club clash in the Elizabeth Styles/East Coast Cricket Board first division 40 overs final. The game is expected to be a thriller with both teams fielding quality players and as usual Ogle Community Centre is known for its large crowd.
West Berbice - D’Edward, Hopetown United, Achievers, Blairmont CC, Golden Elperbell and Rainbow Generation advanced in the 2014 BCB Hand-in-Hand Insurance Division 2 40-overs competition, for clubs in West Berbice.
The development of cricket in the ancient county of Berbice took another step forward last Thursday when the Berbice Cricket Board joined with Region Six Contractor Annirud Ramcharitar to launch the BCB/Ramcharitar Construction Firm 40-over First Division Knockout tournament.