Young Warriors score big win over Police

-2012 Carib Beer first division T/20 cricket competition in B/ce
Balram Samaroo bagged five wickets while Seon Hetmyer hit an unbeaten half century  to lead Young Warriors to a big win over Police when the

2012 Carib Beer first division T/20 cricket competition organised by the Berbice Cricket Board commenced recently. At the Cumberland ground, Former Guyana under-19 batsman, Hetmyer, scored 67  with 5 fours and 3 sixes while teammate, Sasenarine Sukhdeo added 49 with 6 fours and one  six to steer Young Warriors to 183 for 7 in 20 overs against Police.  When Police batted, former Berbice off-spinner Balram Samaroo had the amazing returns of 5 wickets for 5 runs from three overs including a maiden to see Police struggle to 90 for 9 in their 20 overs.

Seon Hetmyer

At the Rose Hall Town ground, former Guyana wicket-keeper/batsman, Delbert Hicks, produced the highest score of the round when he slammed 84 for Rose Hall Town Gizmos and Gadgets against Port Mourant.

His knock included eight fours and three sixes. Hicks and Renwick Batson (who made 47 with two fours and three sixes) put on 136 for the first wicket from 15 overs and helped Rose Hall Town reach 188-5 in 20 overs. Former Stanford 20/20 star, Andre Percival, took 3 for 26 from four overs. Port Mourant in reply, scored 140 for 6 with Percival contributing 44 not out.  Scores from the matches played: At Cumberland, Young Warriors beat Police by 93 runs. Young Warriors, batting first, 183 for 7 in 20 overs with Seon Hetmyer 67 not out, Sasenarine Sukhdeo 49, Wahied Edwards 25. Andel Doris 3 for 26 from 4 overs, Rocky Hutson 2 for 24 from 4 overs, Philbert Wilburg 2 for 33 from 3 overs. Police 90 for 9 in 20 overs with Wilburg 30, Sean Jhetto 30. Balram Samaroo 5 for 5 and Gajanand Singh 2 for 7 from 2 overs.

At Rose Hall Town, Rose Hall Town Gizmos and Gadgets beat Port Mourant Karibee Rice by 48 runs. Rose Hall Town Gizmos and Gadgets batting first, 188 for 5 in 20 overs. Delbert Hicks 84, Renwick Batson 47, Royston Crandon 25. Andre Percival 3 for 26. Port Mourant Karibee Rice 140 for 6 in 20 overs.Percival 44 not out; Devendra Thakurdeen 29, Troy McKenzie 23. Eon Hooper 2 for 16 from 3 overs and Royston Crandon 2 for 16 from 4 overs. At Cotton Tree, Bush Lot United Rising Star beat Cotton Tree Die Hard by 86 runs. In the game which was reduced to 15 overs-a-side due to late preparation.  Bush Lot United Rising Star, sent in to bat first, scored 156 for 1 from 15 overs.  Kemo Gravesande 70 not out, Asif Khan 60 not out. Cotton Tree Die Hard 70 in 10.3 overs.  Agneedeo Sukhall 3 for 17 from 3 overs.Gravesande 3 for 18 from 2 overs, Khan 2 for 12 from 3 overs and Ravi Gossai 2 for 15 from 3 overs.

Balram Samaroo

At Skeldon, Skeldon Community Centre beat Albion Community Centre by 4 wickets. Albion Community Centre, batting first scored 116 for 7 in 20 overs. Devendra Bishoo 36, Sasenarine Chattergoon 29.Parmanand Narine 3 for 16. Skeldon Community Centre 117 for 6 in 19.2 overs.Sherwin Murray 48. Gudakesh Motie-Kanhai 3 for 27 from 4 overs and Chattergoon 2 for 18 from 3.2 overs. At Edinburg, Bermine beat Edinburg by 21 runs. Bermine, batting first, 173 for 5 in 20 overs. Eugene LaFleur 38, Romario Shepherd DeJonge 36, Joemal LaFleur 25, Damien Vantull 24. Ralph Chakalall 2 for 33. Edinburg 152 in 19.3 overs. Shafeek Khan 28, Shazam Azeez 24, Zaheer Hussain 22.

Vantull 3 for 14 from 4 overs, La Fleur 2 for 11 from 3 overs and Stephen Latcha 2 for 19 from 3.3 overs. At Blairmont, the match between Blairmont Community Centre and West Berbice ended without a decision. West Berbice won the toss and batted scoring 158 for 9 in 20 overs. Raffel Estriado 51, Sherwin McPherson 24, Keith Fraser 22. Deveshwari Prashad 2 for 18 from 4 overs, Derick Narine-Lalsa 3 for 29 from 4 overs, Shazam Ramjohn 2 for 10 from 2.3 overs. Blairmont Community Centre in reply, 17 without loss after 2.5 overs.

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