ECCCC, Rose Hall meet in return game Sunday
 

Guyana Times article.

Georgetown, Guyana - The Rose Hall Estate Sports Club (RHESC) will look for revenge on Sunday when they take on the Enmore Community Centre Cricket Club (ECCCC) in a return game at the Rose Hall Community Centre at Canje.

The RHESC suffered defeat in two games to hosts ECCCC last month.

Playing at the Enmore Community Centre ground, East Coast Demerara, the ECCCC first prevailed over the visitors by seven wickets in a 35-over game. Due to the game finishing early, the two teams decided to play a 10/10 match, which the ECCCC won by four runs.

While the RHESC suffered defeats on the field of play in cricket, their table-tennis players returned the favour to their Enmore counterparts, beating the hosts in a two-way showdown in the club’s auditorium.

Come Sunday, when two 20/20 games will be played from 10:00h, the RHESC will look to exploit familiar home conditions and reverse the results.

The home team will bank on Robin Mohabir, Ameer Rahaman, Adrian Haralsingh, Rocky Beepat, Keon Isaacs and Fawaz Hussain.

Satesh Jainarine

The ECCCC, on the other hand, will hinge their hopes of maintaining supremacy over RHESC on the likes of skipper Bheemraj Ramkellawan, young batsmen Vishwanauth Ramlakhan and Rudolph Singh, fast bowlers Chetram Ramlall, Gavin Moriah and Ranjeet Heeralall, all-rounder Yuvraj Dyal and the talented off-spinner, Satesh Jainarine.

Cricket aside, the two clubs, which were  resuscitated only last year, will engage each other at dominoes, table-tennis and volleyball.

The ECCCC was revived in March 2013, while the RHESC became functional again in October last.

First Published In The Guyana Times.

Date: 
Sat, 04/12/2014 - 04:10

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