West Demerara U15 team claim dubious record

DCB Inter-Zone competition…

-All 11 batsmen fail to score; team crash to 13 all out

By Delvon Mc Ewan


Yesterday was definitely a poor day for the youngsters from West Demerara as Georgetown and East Coast teams emerged victors in the opening round of the Demerara Cricket Board limited overs Under 15 inter-zone competition.

At the Demerara Cricket Club ground, Queenstown, in what is probably the poorest batting display of any competition nationwide, all of the West Demerara wickets fell without any run being scored by the batsmen as the Georgetown bowlers feasted on easy wickets.

Thanks to the extras delivered by the three Georgetown bowlers utilised, West Demerara’s  scoreboard eventually read 13 all out in a mere 7.5 overs.

West Demerara was replying to Georgetown’s 291-5 in 50 overs.

The opening fast bowlers of Colin Barlow from the top end and left arm Junior Phillips …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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