Imam Bacchus and Sons Schools T\20 cricket- E’bo Charity Secondary, 8 of May record wins

Kaieteur News article.

Georgetown, Guyana - Charity and 8th of May Secondary Schools recorded victories when play in the Imam Bacchus and Sons Schools T\20 cricket competition continued recently in Essequibo.

At Imam Bacchus ground in Affiance, Charity defeated Johanna Cecelia Secondary by 27 runs. Charity batted first and scored 113-6 after the game was reduced to 15 overs.

Keisho Rooplall made 38 and W. Fernandes supported with 35. V. Singh claimed 2-6, L. Surujpaul 2-18 and Akienie Adams 2-25. Johanna Cecelia responded with 86-6 in 15 overs.

B. Dasrath scored 21 while Carlton Layne and L. Surajpaul made 14 each; Extras contributed 21. I. Van Sluytman took 2-15.

8 of May overcame Abrams Zuil Secondary by virtue of hitting more boundaries after their game including the super over ended as a tie at the said venue.

8th of May took first strike and scored 114-3 in 15 overs with Parmesh Parsotam top scoring with 32 and A. Jamaludeen chipped in with 22.

Extras contributed 27. Kevin Martinborough picked up 2-23. Abrams Zuil replied with 114 -6 in 15 overs. Martinborough returned to hit 30 while Y. Jagdat made 22 and Extras assisted with 25.

Parsotam and Yougeshwar (only name given) captured 2 wickets each. Both teams scored 8 runs in the super over.

8th of May will now face Charity, while Anna Multilateral Secondary will play Cotton Field in the semifinals today at Affiance.

First Published By Kaieteur News.

Sat, 10/26/2013 - 04:28