Kris Ramnarine in stunning all-round showing

Berbice U-15 cricket

An outstanding all-round performance from Berbice Under-15 cricketer Kris Ramnarine helped Bush Lot New Generation to secure the full 24 points against D’Edward in their zone ‘A’ preliminary match played at the Blairmont Community Centre thus earning them a place in the quarter final of the 2014 Tenelec Inc. Under-15 Club Cricket Competition in Berbice.

Kris Ramnarine had an outstanding match with both bat and ball
Kris Ramnarine had an outstanding match with both bat and ball

Ramnarine top scored with 20 in Bush Lot’s first inning of 76 and then returned with his left arm spin to take 7 for 24 to orchestrate D’Edward’s collapse to 56 all out in reply. In his team’s second innings, he struck an unbeaten 63 as they declared at 117 for 5, leaving D’Edward 138 to get for an outright win in their second innings. They were however bowled out for just 51 with Ramnarine taking 4 for 13, to end with match bowling figures of 11 for 37.

In summarized scores:

At Bush Lot, Bush Lot New Generation beat D’Edward by 86 runs. Bush Lot New Generation 1st innings, 76 with Kris Ramnarine 20. Dishan Phillips took 5 for 17 and Hemraj Harilall 2 for 20. In their 2nd innings they made 117 for 5 declared with Kris Ramnarine 63 N.O. Henry Harilall took 4 for 33. D’Edward 1st innings, 56 with Kris Ramnarine 7 for 24 and Nivendra Prasad 2 for 16 and 2nd innings 51 with Kris Ramnarine 4 for 13, Nivendra Prasad 3 for 8 and Nicholas Shivrattan 3 for 15.

At Cumberland, Police took first innings points from Young Warriors in their drawn match.

Police 1st innings, 145 with Malcolm Mickle 49. Junior Williams took 4 for 19. Young Warriors 1st innings, 115 with Junior Williams 44 and Alex Algoo 23. Kevin Sinclair took 4 for 35 and Malcolm Mickle 3 for 25.

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