Permaul upstages Nagamootoo in Trinidad

Left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul upstaged fellow Guyanese Mahendra Nagamootoo to lead his adopted club PowerGen to a whopping 127-run victory in round seven of the Premiership cricket series at Syne Village in Penal.

PowerGen batted first and scored 234 all out with Guyanese opener Rajindra Chandrika getting 37.

Veerasammy Permaul

Central Sports responded with 113 all out. With a lead of 121 runs on first innings, PowerGen made 128 for four declared in their second innings, setting Central Sports 250 for victory. Nagamootoo, bowling for SIS Central Sports, took 2/53 in PowerGen’s second innings.

Permaul then came into the thick of things and grabbed 4/23 to help dismiss  Central Sports for 122 to give PowerGen the win.

Elsewhere, Guyanese players had a quiet round with Troy Cornelius scoring 30 runs for Merryboys in their drawn encounter with Queen’s Park. Middle order batsman Krishna Arjune scored 35 as his team Bamboo Sports drew their encounter with Preysal.


At Queen’s Park Oval

Merry Boys 206 all out (60.4 overs) & 103/7 dec (41.1 overs) (Troy Cornelius 30) vs QPCC 155 all out 47.4 overs) Match draw—Merry won first innings points

At Inshan Ali Park

Seenath’s Auto Bamboo 159 all out (54 overs) (Krishna Arjune 35) & 67/6 dec vs CLICO Preysal 138 all out (54 overs) & 59/5 (8 overs) – Match draw, Bamboo won first innings points

At Syne Village

PowerGen Penal Sports 234 all out (73 overs) & 128/4 (28 overs dec) (Rajindra Chandrika 37, Mahendra Nagamooroo 2/53) vs SIS Central Sports 113 all out & 122 all out (44.3 overs) (Veerasammy Permaul 4/23)—PowerGen won by 127 runs

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