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NY Eagles Win Comfortable Over Carpet Doctor

A-Division Round up

Beach 58th Street, Brooklyn: Carpet Doctor playing host to NY Eagles batted first, scored 121 runs. In reply, NY Eagles hit off the required runs for loss of 2 wickets. Contributions came from Ferrell Jagmohan 38 not out Narine Persad 33 not out and Naresh Rampersad 31 not out. Earlier, bowling for NY Eagles, Hafeez Khan 5 for 27, Mickey Ramdeo 2 for 27 and Indar Persad 2 for 17.

Rockaway CC remain undefeated as they carted a 45 run victory over United Sports Bay Park, East Rockaway
Rockaway CC on the verge of going undefeated as Nassau League will be rapping up its final week of regular season competition this weekend.


Sudesh Dhaniram
(Photo by Sham Ali)

Rockaway CC, batting first, scored 272 for 8 from 40 overs. Once again, Sudesh Dhaniram lead the way with yet another ton, 123 runs. He was well supported by Tim Persaud 53 (4x6 and 4x4), and Jerry Jemadeen 52.

Similar to the prior weekend Dhainram batting patiently after a rocky start by Rockaway, came to the crease at 43 for 3 after 10 overs. Dhaniram and company posted 229 runs from next 30 overs, of which 117 coming from the last 10 overs.

For United, Glen Lorick picked up 3 wickets while Sewdat, Shadeo and Komal Singh picket up 1 wicket each.

In reply, United stumbled to 56 for 6 before Daryl Roopchand and Komal Singh rescued the innings. Roopchand and Singh posted 120 runs partnership for the 7th wicket before Roopchand was caught at midwicket for a fighting 85 runs. Komal Singh, having a brilliant all round season, ended his contribution at 56. United Sports, losing only for the second time this season, finished their innings at 227 all out in 34.4 overs.

Vikings ended a 2 game slide as they defeated Victory at Floyd Bennett field
Floyd Bennett, Brooklyn – Vikings CC, hungry after two consecutive losses made light work of Victory as they come away with a 194 runs victory.

Scores: Vikings CC 339 for 8 in 40 overs
Victory CC 145 for 10 in 21.2 overs.

Vikings batting first took advantage of Victory’s limited bowling as they scored an imposing 339 runs. Mark Gomes, batting at number 4 for the first time this season, scored his first century of the season, 135 runs, decorated with 10 fours and 6 sixes. Gomes was supported by Ramesh Nandkumar 48 (4x4 and 2x6). The paid added 120 runs to Vikings scoreboard before Nandkumar was out LBW to Daman. Other contributors to Vikings total were Nagamootoo 38, Mark A.Gomes 32 and Sohan Bheer 22 not out.

Bowling for Victory, Daman 4 wickets, Manu 3 wickets and Bobby 1 wicket.

In reply, Victory was bundled out for 145 in 22 overs. Manjit 44, Manu 26 and Bobby 18 reached double figures.

Robert Mahesh 3 for 51, Nandkumar 2 for 26, Mark Gomes and Bheer 1 wicket each.

B-Division
West Dem defeated Hempstead by 56 runs
Floyd Bennett # 2

West Demerara batting first, scored 190 in 32 overs. B. Persaud 29, M. Khan 24, C. Persaud 33 and Balkarran 22. Bowling for Hempstead, Andy 5 for 33, Gerald 2 for 49 and Tariq 1 for 39.

In reply Hempstead innings ceased at 135 in 32 overs. Contributions came from G.Singh 26, Ames 28 and Lawrence 25. Bowling for West Dem, B.Persaud 5 for 23, Raj 2 for 39 and Ragnauth 2 for 20.

International squeezed passed BQ by 3 wickets
Brooklyn Queens batting first, scored 108 all out, v.Samaroo 31, T.Ramkisson 20. International bowler, Parmanand 5 for 25, Roshan 2 for 14 and Ian 2 for 20.

Internationl in reply, reached their target while losing 7 wickets in the process. Dean Ali 26 not out, Kalawan 20 and Shivray 18. T.Ramkisson returning with a career best of 6 wickets for 24 runs.

Punjabi Tigers mauled NY Lions. Scores were not available at press time.


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