Mangra, Beresford slam tons as NBS limited overs competition commences

The 2013 New Building Society second division limited overs cricket competition commenced recently with first and second round matches in Berbice which saw two centuries being recorded.

Mahendra Mangra slammed 117 for Kendall’s Union A against their B counterparts, a knock which included 13 fours and six sixes while Clavern Beresford was the other century maker hitting 104 with eight fours and six sixes.

In scores from the matches played:
At No.19, Kendall’s Union A beat Kendall’s Union B by 135 runs. Kendall’s Union A 313 for 7 in 32 overs, Mahendra Mangra 117, Ravin Seecharran 67, Daniel Baker 54, Vishal Sarabjit 3 for 49. Kendall’s Union B 178 in 26 overs with Vijay Narine 64, Devendra Mahadeo 27, Steven Ramlochan 5 for 33, Ravin Seecharran 2 for 31 and Mahendra Mangra 2 for 36.

 Mahendra Mangr
Mahendra Mangr
 Clavern Beresford
Clavern Beresford

At No. 71, No. 71 beat Corriverton by two wickets. Corriverton 179 in 28.5 overs, Clavern Beresford 107; Karamchand Roopraj 3 for 30, Deoprakash Ramdat 2 for 17, Ezam Ali 2 for 18 and Navin Vincent 2 for 39. No. 71 182 for 8 in 29.5 overs,  Nazim Mohamed 42, Somdat Singh 28, Imran Mohamed 27, Manouram  Vincent 27; Tarick Ibrahim 3 for 27, Amzan Appalsamy 2 for 22 and Clavern Bereford 2 for 38.

At the Berbice High School Ground, Police beat East Canje by 230 runs. Police 319 for 7 in 30 overs with Martin Singh 92, Elon Shultz 72, Michael Rajkumar 30; Anthony Hidar 2 for 46 and Steve DeFreitas 2 for 51. East Canje 89 in 19 overs with Martin Singh 5 for 13 and Kwesi Mickle 3 for 13.

At No. 73, No. 73 Young Warriors beat No. 72 Cut and Load by 59 runs. No. 73 Young Warriors 240 for 7 in 35 overs with Lakeram Latchman 56, Chanderkumar Ramjass 41 not out, Odraj Singh 39; Darshanand Jairam 3 for 48. No. 72 Cut and Load 181 in 32.1 overs with Hemant Persaud 41, Darshanand Jairam 33; Chanderkumar Ramjass 5 for 33, Lakeram Latchman 2 for 21 and Hemant Jagdeo 2 for 32.

At Albion Front, Tamarind Root beat Fyrish Road by 87 runs. Tamarind Root 246 in 35 overs with Deonarine Rangasammy 61, Kunal Mangal 66, Alvion Ramdass 44, Altaf Abrahim 25; Zamin Hamid 3 for 37 and Shameem Ahmad 2 for 67. Fyrish Road 159 in 29.3 overs with William Dass 31, Isaac Kamaludin 30; Adrian Singh 4 for 28 and Derick Rangasammy 2 for 4.
At Courtland, Courtland All Star beat Seawell by 5 wickets. Seawell 111 in 27.2 overs with Naitram Jainabi 26; Travis Williams 3 for 22 and John Percival 2 for 14. Courtland All Star 112 for 5 in 18.1 overs, Oliver Giddings 64; Totaram Deonarine 2 for 17 and Aslam Ally 2 for 27.

At Blairmont, Blairmont Community Centre A beat Blairmont Community Centre B by 141 runs. Blairmont Community Centre A 213 for 7 in 40 overs,  Ryan Sutherland 47, Avishkar Sewkarran 40, Shabbir Baksh 38; Gopaul Birdgelall 3 for 20. Blairmont Community Centre B 72 in 35 overs with Omesh Mangal 36; Parmanand Ramdhan 5 for 16, Abdul Subhan 2 for 13.

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