MCYS / NSC / Al Sport Primary Schools Windball Cricket C/ships … Redeemer and St. Agnes reach final

Kaieteur News article.

GEORGETOWN, GUYANA - Redeemer advanced to the final of the Ministry of Culture, Youth & Sport (MCYS) / National Sports Commission (NSC) / Al Sport & Tour Promotions Primary Schools Windball Cricket Championships after defeating West Ruimveldt in a super over in semi-final action recently, at the National Park.

Redeemer won the toss and sent West Ruimveldt into bat first and they made 44-2 with Alexandra Mc Rae 18, Aliya Mc Lennon 10, being the principal contributors.  Aveisa Bess picked up 2-4 bowling for Redeemer, who replied with 44-3, Natasha Thomas hit 19 not out.

In the super over, West Ruimveldt batted first and made 7-1. Redeemer replied with 8-1 off three balls.

In the other semi-final, St. Agnes beat St. Pius by 10 wickets.  St. Pius batted first and compiled 39-4, with Serena Hope 18. Deslyn Leitch 3wkts.

St. Agnes chasing 40 for victory closed on 41-0 with Nakyra Jerrick hitting a topscore of 30. West Ruimveldt and St Pius will battle for the third place trophy while last year 4th place team will come up against Redeemer.

Earlier in quarter-final action-

West Ruimveldt beat Thomas More by 19 runs.

West Ruimveldt made 59-0, Alexandra Mc Rae slammed 31. Thomas More 40-2.

St. Agnes then defeated North Georgetown by 10 wickets. North Georgetown 29-5. Deslyn Leitch took 2 wkts bowling for St. Agnes, who replied with 31-0, Shemika Edwards 10. Mae’s failed to make it to the semis after losing to St. Pius by 10 wickets.  Mae’s after electing to bat first made 38-6 with Aaliyah Wade 12.  Jessica Jemmott and Askakie Niles each grabbed 2 wkts bowling for St. Pius, who reach their target off 3 overs, ending on 40-0 with J. Jemmott 18, Serena Hope 11.

NSC Admin Officer Gervy C Harry was among the many parents who witnessed the day’s matches.

First Published In Kaieteur News.

Mon, 06/10/2013 - 03:42