BCB/Ramcharitar Construction Services 50-Over Knockout – Estriado slams 75, Pedro takes 6 for 28
 

Guyana Chronicle article.

Georgetown, Guyana - This year’s Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) organized Ramcharitar Construction Services sponsored first division 50-overs aside knockout competition got started last Saturday, with West Berbice, Port Mourant, and Police recording victories.

Former Berbice Under-19 batsman, Rafael Estriado, slammed 75 (7×6, 3×4) and his teammate Krishendat Ramoo an even 50 (4×4, 2×6) for West Berbice, who scored 194 for 6 against D’Edward who were then restricted to 120 for 8 with off-spinner Ramoo taking 3 for 17 and Wrendell Bobb a hat trick in his 3 for 21.

Veteran off-spinner Victor Pedro, took 6 for 28 from 8 overs to assist Skeldon Community Centre to bowl out Port Mourant Karibee Rice for 132 in 28 overs, but his efforts were in vain as Skeldon could only reach 129 all-out in their 30 overs.

Police managed to eke out a 3-wicket win over Upper Corentyne, while the other scheduled match between Edinburg and Universal Solutions Bermine could not get started at Edinburg because of rain.

In summarised scores:

At D’Edward, West Berbice beat D’Edward by 74 runs. In the match which was reduced to 20 overs-a-side, West Berbice, losing the toss and sent in to take first strike, 194 for 6 in 20 overs with Raffel Estriado 75, Krishnadat Ramoo 50, and Marcus France 3 for 21 from 4 overs.

D’Edward 120 for 8 in 20 overs, with Jaipaul Heeralall 45, Bishram Hargobin 20, Krishnadat Ramoo 3 for 17, Wrendell Bobb 3 for 21.

At Port Mourant, the home team opted to bat first and scored 132 in 28 overs with Perasram Tilkuram 25 and Jaipersaud Rawana 24, as Victor Pedro took 6 for 28, Clavern Beresford 2 for 23 and Berbice Under-19 off-spinner Permanand Narine 2 for 25.

In reply, Skeldon Community Centre 129 in 30 overs with Eric Byass 27 and Viendra Gooniah 20, Jaipersaud Rawana 3 for 24 from 6 overs, Perasram Tilkuram 2 for 23 and Manoj Looknauth 2 for 24 from 6 overs.

At No.69, Police beat Guytrac Upper Corentyne by 3 wickets in the match which was reduced to 28-overs-a-side.

Upper Corentyne sent in to take first strike, 134 in 27.1 overs with Fiaz Mohamed 30, Thameshwar Kumar 21, former Guyana under-19 pacer Kellon Henry 3 for 28 from 5 overs and Quesi Mickle 2 for 9 from 5 overs, Police 137 for 7 in 27.4 overs with Andel Doris 25, Omesh Kumar 3 for 19 from 6 overs and Satrohan Singh 2 for 21 from 5.4

First Published In The Guyana Chronicle.

Date: 
Tue, 11/12/2013 - 19:33

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