The Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) defeated the Gandhi Youth Organization (GYO) by an innings and 189 runs on the final day of their Noble House Seafoods/Georgetown Cricket Association, two-day, second-division competition at the GYO ground on Sunday.
GCC, resuming the day on 142 – two, powered their way to 390 for seven declared on the back of a savage century from West Indies U19 all-rounder Ronaldo Ali-Mohammed who slammed 177. Mohammed received support from Martin Pestano-Bell who missed out on a century after recording an innings of 80.
Surendra Hiralal, rolling back the years, took 3-34 for Gandhi who were bundled out for 64 in their second innings, plummeting to their heavy defeat.
Skipper Devon Lord was again responsible for GYO’s demise, taking 4-20 to end with a match haul of 10 – 45. He received support from off-spinner Winston Forester who grabbed 3-27.
Match Summary: GYO: 137 all out, Utom Munroe hammered 75; Lord 6-25, Mohammed 4-55 and 64 all out; Lord 4-20
GCC: 390 declared, Ali – Mohammed 177, Pestano – Bell 80, Forster 72; Hiralal 3-34. GCC won by an innings and 189 runs.