Ogle U15, Lusignan B record wins

Ogle’s U15 and Lusignan B teams recorded wins in the latest rounds of the East Coast Cricket Board competition played last weekend.

At the Ogle Ground on Saturday, the home team defeated Golden Grove Cricket Club (GGCC) by five wickets. GGCC batted first and made 94 all out in 12.4 overs with Cordell Martin top scoring with 34. Bowling for Ogle Alex Chunilall, Vishal Moorchan, Bhesham Shamar and Joshua Deokaran picked up two wickets each. Ogle, in reply, made 95-5 from 15.4 overs. Vishal Moorchann and Nand Sanicharan were the principal scorers with 21 and 17 runs respectively.

For GGCC, Keino Ramdas took 3-26 and Cordell Martin 2-11. On Sunday, a superb bowling spell from Gajanand Suknanan propelled Lusignan B to victory over Enterprise B.

Batting first, Enterprise managed 111 all out from 25 overs with Navin Ulla’s 38 the top score.Bowling for Lusignan B, Suknanan took 4-19 and Gavin Boodwah 3-15. Lusignan B in reply reached 112 in the 23rd over for the loss of five wickets. Top scoring for Lusignan was Saif Ali who made 33 while Gavin Boodwah with 31 provided excellent support.

Matches continue today and tomorrow with Lusignan Cricket Club playing Golden Grove Cricket Club at Lusignan Cricket Club Ground while tomorrow Helena 1-2 will face off against Avish Auto Sales at Strathavon Cricket Ground; Perseverance will play Mahaica Sports Club at Unity Cricket Club and Ogle (Blue) will host Better Hope (B) at the Ogle Cricket Club ground.

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