- Albion CC vs United Sports
Scores: United Sports 116 all out in 25.4 overs
Kalimootoo who shot to fame after unselfishly leaping across 3 NYC train tracks during rush hour to save a man’s life in March produced a quality spell of fast bowling as he tore through the top order of United Sports batting as the visitors never stood a chance after calling correctly and batting first on a slow track.
Kalimootoo removes G. Arjune (5), Danny Singh (7), Glen Lorrick (0) and I. Khan (3) to finish with figures of 8-1-37-4.
Only a 46 run
seventh wicket partnership between Sewdat Bhadrasain who stroke a
brave 42 and Ricky Singh (7) offer some kind of resistance as United
Sports crumble to 116 all out.
Albion in their
turn at the crease made light work as the dependable Naresh Manbodhe
with 41 not out and the stylish Nyeem Baksh 30 not out featured in
a 60 runs unfinished third wicket partnership to steer Albion to victory.
Cyril Choi chipped in with 23 for the home team.
Scores: Challengers 137 all out in 35 overs
Led by a brilliant all round performance by former Guyana opening batsman Sudesh Dhaniram who grab 4 for 27 with the ball and later return with the bat to smash a swashbuckling 48 (1x4 and 3x6) enabled Pure Players to avenged their first round loss West Indian Alliance.
Challengers winning the toss and electing to bat did not take advantage of an excellent batting track. In the process they lost key wickets to errant shot selection. J. Pathy 35, Q. Farook, H. Hardeo 19 and G. Ramsingh 18 were the only batsmen to reach double figures.
Bowling for Pure Players, Dhaniram had 4 for 27, Captain Hafeez Khan 3 for 32 and Deral Roopchand 2 for 27.
In reply Vickram
Raichandra 43 and Dhaniram led the onslaught on Challengers bowling.
Queens – 223 Street: Vikings vs. Hempstead CC
Batting first after winning the toss, Hempstead got off to a brilliant start reaching 146 for 3 from 25 overs, before Alin Mahesh, Mark A. Gomes and Joel Chinsammy combine to restrict team Hempstead to 187. Contributions came from Francis Mendonca 50, Peter DeSilva 42 and last season Division II MVP Andy Harricharran 34.
Bowling for Vikings, slow medium pacer Alin Mahesh pick up 3 for 29, Mark Anthony Gomes and Joel Chinsammy 2 wickets each. Mark “tall man” Gomes picked up 1 for 17 from 2 expensive overs.
In reply, skipper Mahendra Kahani led the victory
surge with a brilliant 84 not out, a knock that was decorated with
9 fours and 1 massive six over the mid wicket boundary. Kanhai was
supported by veteran Kumar Dindial 32 and Mr. Extras, a wopping 41.
Scores: PMCC 118 all out in 27 overs
Batting first after winning the toss, PMCC made 121, top scorer being S. Ransammy 38 while H Baldeo 21 and D. Ramsarup 11 were the only other batsmen to reached double figures. Mr. Extras contributed with a healthy 27.
Bowling for Intl, Parsharam 4 for 29, Sahidi 2 for 21 while Nazu, Ian, Shamin and Jaffar all had 1 wicket each.
In reply, Intl Sports had few alarms as Ian 33, Zafar 18 and Dean Ali 18 ensure Intl their victory.
Bowling for PMCC, B Sanichar had 2 for 18, Ramsarup and Tyrone Latchmansingh 1 wicket each.
Park – Queens: West Demerara vs Carpet Doctor
Scores: Carpet Doctor: 138 all out
Carpet Doctor winning the toss and opted to take first strike losses wicket at regular interval to post a relative modest total of 138 all out. Williams 20, Rudy 23 and Smith 21 all had start for the home team but none of them carried on as B. Guyabeen with 5 for 27 proved to be difficult to negotiate. Oosman with 2 for 23 and Dereck 2 for 5 in 2 overs supported Guyabeen well.
West Demerara suffered quite a scare but in the end held their nerves to triumph by 2 wickets. L. Shoy with 55 (6x6, 4x4), Chatterpaul Singh 26 and Andre Persaud 21 ensure West Demerara their second win of the season.
Bowling for Carpet Doctor Roger took 2 for 16 while had Rudy 2 for 27.
Bennett – Brooklyn
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