Week #6, Sunday June 27th, 2010
United Sports needed 7 runs from the last over to win the game. Facing former national Under-15 sensation,  Amarnauth Persaud, United Sports could only managed 5 runs — giving West Demerara victory by one run.

Kerry Ramkelawan of Brooklyn Queens hit an unbeaten 63 against Breakaway. (Photos by Shiek Mohamed)

West Demerara vs. United Sports
West Demerara won the toss and batted first, scoring 149 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. Amarnauth got 13 runs, Timal Singh retired hurt  34 runs, Andre Persaud 21 runs,  and A. Cornelius 17 runs. Bowling for United Sports: Ramsingh took 1 wkt for 18 runs, Ramkellawan 1 wkt for28 runs, Steve Messiah 1 wkt for 39 runs and Sunil Singh 1 wkt for 27 runs.
United Sports, in reply, made 148 for the loss of 7 wickets. Steve Messiah 47 runs. G.Ramsingh 19 runs and  S. Ramkellawan 36 runs. Bowling for West Demerara: R. Singh took 1 wkt for 19 runs, S. Seepersaud 1 wkt  for 20 runs, .A. Cornelius 1 wkt  for 29 runs , D. Doodnauth 2 wkt for 24 runs, and Amarnauth 1 wkt for 5 runs.
Result: West Demerara won by 1 run.

Brooklyn Queens vs. Breakaway
Batting first, Breakaway scored 162 runs for 4 wickets in their allotted 20 overs. Narine Persaud 62 runs, Randy Nurse 52 runs and Gregory Stafford 27 runs not out. Bowling for Brooklyn Queens:  A. Roopnarine 2 wkts, M. Ramdeo and K.Roopnarine 1 wkt each.
In reply, Brooklyn Queens  made 163 without loss.  Steve Samuel 78 runs not out and Kerry Ramkelawan 63 runs not out.
Result: Brooklyn Queens won by 10 wickets.

Curtis-Jon-Baptist of West Indian Alliance took 3 for 21 that included a hat-trick.

West Indian Alliance vs. Hempstead
WIA won the toss and batted first scoring 142 for the loss of 4 wickets in their allotted 20 overs. K. Persaud top scored with 57 runs, Errol Charles 32 runs and Timothy Jervier 26 runs. Bowling for Heampstead: Andy Harricharran took 2 wickets for 25 runs, Tariq and Herman Singh took 1 wkt each.
In reply, Hempstead made 127 allout in 19.4 overs.  Andy Harricharran 25 runs, Peter DaSilva 24 runs and Alvin Kalimottoo 22 runs. Bowling for West Indian Alliance: C. Jon Baptist 3 wkts for 21 runs (including a hat-trick in the last over). A. St. Jean took 3 wkts for 19 runs, R. Toussaint took 2 wkts, M. Perkins and C. Carbon took 1 wkt each.
Result: West Indian Alliance won by 15 runs.

Pure Players vs. Vikings
Pure Players batted first and made 153 runs for 6 wickets in their allotted 20 overs. H. Khan 39 runs not out, R. Sieuchan 31 runs, R. Bridgemohan 33 runs, A. Silochan 16 runs and J. Khan 12 runs. Bowling for Vikings: D. Siewnarine 2 wkts for 38 runs and R. Nankumar 2 wkts for 23 runs.
In reply, Vikings made 115 runs for 7 wickets in their allotted 20 overs. D. Siewnarine 31 runs, V. Persaud 22 runs, M. Kanhai 19 runs and Dinesh 17 runs not out. Bowling for Pure Players: R. Sieuchan 4 wkts for 17 runs.
Result: Pure Players won by 38 runs.

Nassau New York Cricket Association
Standings – Week #6, June 27, 2010
Team Games Played Won Loss Rain NR Points
Pure Players 6 5 5 0 1 - 27
West Indian Alliance 5 4 4 0 1 - 22
Brooklyn-Queens 6 6 4 2 0 - 20
Hempstead 6 6 4 2 0 - 20
West Demerara 5 5 3 2 0 - 15
Vikings 6 5 2 3 1 - 12
United Sports 6 6 2 4 0 - 10
Breakaway 5 5 1 4 0 - 5
International 4 3 0 3 1 - 2
Ramdeen Sports 5 5 0 5 0 - 0