Baracara, Young Warriors and No.71 get through to Quarter-Finals
 

Kaieteur News article.

Georgetown, Guyana - Baracara United of the Canje Creek, Young Warriors of East Canje and No.71 of Upper Corentyne have become the first teams to reach the quarter-finals of the 2013 New Building Society Second Division 40-Over Cricket Competition being played  in Berbice after they all won their respective play-off matches.

Baracara United continue to create waves in the competition as they upset Betsy Ground Triple Star in the game played at the Goed Bananen land ground. Betsy Ground batted first and posted 167 for 9 in their allotted 31 overs to which Baracara, led by opening batsman, Rashleigh Caesar (38), Selwyn Liddle (30) and Onel Amsterdam (30 not out) reached 173 for 4 in just 16.4 overs.

Young Warriors, in their game against Shieldstown, conceded 211 for 6 in 40 overs and then slid to 146 for 5 before former Berbice under-19 wicketkeeper-batsman Ishwar Singh (56 not out), and former Berbice all-rounder Anil Beharry (45 not out) saw them home without any further loss.

Led by 52 from Videsh Lall, Kennard’s Memorial made 167 for 9 in 35 overs against No.71 who replied with 169 for 4 in just 23 overs, thanks mainly to their prolific opening batsman Soomdat Singh who led the way with 59.

In summarized scores:

At Goed Bananen Land, Baracara United beat Betsy Ground Triple Star by 6 wickets. Betsy Ground Triple Star 167 for 9 in 31 overs with Devanand Gopaul 42, Wohmeshwar Sobhai 36, Outram Emandin 24 not out, Kingsley Amsterdam 2 for 24, Oscar Joseph junior 2 for 25, Enil Caesar 2 for 30 and Kevon Joseph 2 for 30. Baracara United 173 for 4 in 16.4 overs with Rashleigh Caesar 38, Selwyn Liddle 30, Onel Amsterdam 30 not out, Marvin Hinds 26 and Outram Emandin 2 for 22.

At Cumberland, Young Warriors beat Shieldstown by 5 wickets. Shieldstown 211 for 6 in 40 overs with Kumar Bridgelall 47, Heeralall Bridgelall 45, Kaimat Ally 29, Altaf Khan 25, Kevin Ramdeen 2 for 23 and Anil Beharry 2 for 32. Young Warriors 212 for 5 in 33.4 overs with Ishwar Singh 56 not out, Anil Beharry 45 not out, Kevin Ramdeen 34, Kassim Khan 29, Mortimer Fraser 27 and Reaz Khan 2 for 36.

At No.71, No.71 beat Kennard’s Memorial by 6 wickets. Kennard’s Memorial 167 for 9 in 35 overs with Videsh Lall 52, Chatterpaul Lionel 3 for 37 and Deoprakash Ramdat 3 for 38. No.71 169 for 4 in 23 overs with Soomdat Singh 59 and Afered Mohamed 33.

First Published By Kaieteur News.

Date: 
Thu, 12/05/2013 - 04:38

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