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Triumph: Boodram Blast 107 not out

By James Persaud

Oct. 9th, 2008
Triumph continues their winning way for the second consecutive week in a row sending Sheffield to their third loss in as many games. Sheffield batted first and put up a total of 153 all out, a very reasonable score for a 20/20 game. When the Triumph batsmen took the crease they find themselves in early trouble losing two quick wickets. The early success for the bowlers was short lived, as Boodram the Triumph hard hitting all-rounder batting at number three soon took charge and single handily guided his team to victory with four overs to spare.

Boodram Deopaul

Boodram slammed a master innings of 107 runs not out in 11 overs, including (8 x 4) and (6 x 6), Ganesh and Roddy contributed 12 and 11 respectively for the victory. The Sheffield skipper used six bowlers in trying to stop the free scoring Boodram as the game slipped away. Sheffield needed a win by all means to keep their hope alive in the competition. Earlier in the day Sheffield skipper won the toss and took first strike at the crease with their leading runs getter Caesar striking a top score of 74 not out before he ran out of overs.

Other Games Summary from last Sunday
Division IA
Assassins Vs Liberty Knights

Assassins 116 all out
Rakesh 52
N. Persaud 3-28, Walker 2-20.
Liberty Knights 117 for 5
Brian 38 not out, N. Persaud 36.
Dilchand 2-30, A. Moonsammy 2-25.

Enterprise Vs Country Boys

Enterprise 204 for 8
M. Singh 60 not out, M. Sukra 52, J. Mohabir 25.
D. Edwards 3-30, G. Dow 2-22, G. Towler 2-35.
Country Boys 94 all out
T. Fernandez 35 not out, D. Green 14 not out
V. Samaroo 6-2, R. Barron 1-17, S. Budhram 1-20.

Division IB
Nationals Vs Predators

Nationals 139 all out
S. Singh 41, A. Howard 33 not out
G. Jackson 3-27, J. Jackson 2-19, D. Kennedy 2-24.
Predators 116 all out
N. Williams 34, J. Jackson 22.
S. Singh 3-8, H. Ramkarran 2-13.

Triumph Vs Sheffield
Sheffield 153 for 8
S. Caesar 74 not out, M. Boston 18
Triumph 154 for 3
Boodram 107 not out, Ganesh 12, Roddy 11.
W. Crackwell and Dodson 1 wicket each.

Canal Vs New York All-Star

N Y All-Star 82 all out
S. Dharampal 18, H. Jagernauth 10, D. Singh 10
A. Persaud 3-16, D. Umadhan 2-1, J. Persaud 2-22
Canal 84 for 7
D. Umadhan 26, A. Singh 15, D. Singh 13
S. Dharampal 4-19, E. Nauth 2-14

Division IIB
Falcons Vs Flasherz

Flasherz 187 for 5
Randy 56, Rocko 26, Vick 23, Kumar 23.
K. Narine 2-26, R. Singh 2-25.
Falcons 84 all out
Omesh 3-28, Robin 2-12, Sanjay 2-14.

Champions Vs Port Mourant All-Star
Champions 134 all out
L. Harold 34, R. Rangara 30, P. Vishnudat 22
S. Hemant 2-9, D. Ramdin 2-19.
P M All-Star 118 all out
R. Samaroo 28, P. Parasram 15
R. Rajkumar 3-13, Boodhoo 3-21.

Enterprise Demolish Country Boys
By Larry Mohabir
Oct. 8th, 2008
Country Boys was no match for Enterprise although they played with a depleted squad. After being asked to bat first, Enterprise wasted no time in piling up runs in a hurry, with M. Sukhra (52) and D. Pooran (13) putting on a partnership of 75. At halftime, the score was 107 for 4.

M. Singh continued the onslaught after the departure of Sukhra, and together with J. Mohabir they pushed for a huge total. When Mohabir (25) fell the score was 174 for 5 at the end of the 17th over. S. Seepersaud (13) then joined Singh (60 n.o.) and together they saw the total pass the 200 runs mark.

Enterprise's inal score was 204 for 8. Bowling for Country Boys D. Edwards 3 for 30, G.Towler 2 for 35, and G. Dow 2 for 22 were the wicket-takers.
In reply, Country Boys was going nowhere fast, they appeared stalled in maybe 30 -over smode, with some good bowling frm V. Samaroo (4-1-6-2) and S. Ramsumer (4-11-0.) pinned them back. After ten overs, the score was 32 for 2. A little resistance by T. Fernandez (35 n.o) and D. Edwards (12), with D. Green (14 n.o.), they kept Enterprise from wrapping up the innings early. R. Barron 1 for 17 and S. Budhram 1 for 20, kept pounding away.

Eventually Country boys could only muster 97 before running out of overs. Enterprise's next match is against Untouchables who was beaten by U. Star last Sunday.

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