A fine all round performance by Trevor Benn while Rawle Browne narrowly missed out on a century as the Guyana Police Force grabbed first innings points from Everest Cricket club in their drawn Noble House Seafoods second division encounter at the Guyana Police Force Sports Club ground Eve Leary, yesterday.
Replying to the ECC first innings score of 181 made on Saturday, the GPF, resuming on 43 without loss with Benn on 25 not out and Ryan Rajmangal on 18 not out scored 228 all out in 59.4 overs.
Browne was the top scorer with 95 while Benn supported with 31.
Christopher Surat bowled economically for Everest picking up three wickets for 36 runs off 9.4 overs.
Everest were 56 for one in their second innings with Chris Pattadin top scoring with 32.
R. Knights was the lone wicket taker.
On Saturday, Everest won the toss and elected to bat and fell for 181 off 40.3 overs.
Hemraj Chanderpaul was the main contributor to the team’s score with a masterful innings of 81 while Troy Gonsalves supported with 43.
Benn was the pick of the bowling attack with 4-46 off 16.3 overs. Keiko Gurrick chipped in with three wickets for 24 runs of eight overs.