Ramdass slams back-to-back centuries in Trinidad

In form ex-West Indies batsman Ryan Ramdass slammed back-to-back centuries for First Citizen Clarke Road this last week in the ongoing Trinidad and Tobago two-day cricket tournament.

The right-hander, who has been in tremendous batting form over the past few months, opened his account with a solid 138 which helped steer his team to a first innings score of 328 against Monroe Road. He was supported by knocks from Yannick Ottley who scored 30 and West Indies Under-19 pacer Ray Jordan, who made 28.

Monroe Road in their first innings, were bowled out for 150 with Deron Davis (56) being the only man to offer resistance. Batting a second time they were dismissed for 169 with Guyana’s Derwin Christian battling hard for his top score of 33 after Ottley, 4-33 had scythed through the line up to give Clarke Road a nine-run win.

Ryan Ramdass
Ryan Ramdass

The 30-year-old Ramdass duly followed up his 138 with a unbeaten second innings 111 against Moosai in a drawn match. Ottley (61) and West Indies U-19 wicket-keeper Nicholas Pooran (43) helped steer their team to 235 for 3 in the first innings,

The tournament continues this week with Ramdass, Christian, Mahendra Nagamooto and other Guyanese cricketers in action.


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