Scottsburg United, Number 72 Cut and Load in the lead

—Port Mourant Trophy Stall/UCCA U19 one-day tournament

Akhar Nahar

Scottsburg United, No. 66 Cricket Club and Radha Krishna Foundation Academy secured wins following Saturday’s fourth round of the Port Mourant Trophy Stall-sponsored/Upper Corentyne Cricket Association (UCCA) Under 19 -50 overs round robin tournament.

At Scottsburg ground: Scottsburg United defeated No. 73 Young Warriors by 100 runs.  Batting first Scottsburg United scored 186 all out in 47.5 overs. Akhar Nahar 50, Rudy Jamalodeen 20, D. Persaud 22 and Stephen Norah 15 were the top scorers. Bowling for No. 73 Young Warriors, T. Sukhu took 3 for 27, A. Hussain 3 for 44 and K.  Persaud 2 for 32.

In reply, No. 73 Young Warriors were bowled out for 86 in 18.2 overs. Brian Stewart 19 and N. Singh 16 were the top scorers. Bowling for Scottsburg United, Rudy Jamalodeen took 7 for 36 off 7.2 overs.

Rudy Jamalodeen

At No. 66 ground, No. 66 Cricket Club defeated No. 72 Cut and Load by 56 runs. Batting first, No. 66 CC scored 152 all out in 50 overs. T. Jones scored 50.

Bowling for No. 72 Cut and Load, L. Singh took 3 for 19, S. Chatterpaul 2-14 and B. Chattergoon 2-49.

In reply, No. 72 Cut and Load were bowled out for 96 in 23 overs. S .Chatterpaul top scored with 33. Bowling for No. 66 CC, N. Tahal took 2 for 10, A. Tahal 2 for 17, J. Boodhan 2 for 19 and N. Satram 2 for 27.

At No. 73 ground. Radha Krishna Foundation Academy defeated No. 48 Challengers by 94 runs. Batting first, Radha Krishna Foundation Academy scored 245 all out in 38 overs. M. Headley 77, C. Singh 15 and D. Boodwa 15 were the principal scorers.

Bowling for No. 48 Challengers, K. Singh took 4 for 53 and K. Hooper 3 for 46.

In reply, No. 48 Challengers were bowled out for 151 in 22 overs. K. Hooper 39 and S. Sookram 25 were the main contributors. Bowling for No. 66 CC. I. Singh took 3 for 11.

After four rounds of competition No. 72 Cut and Load and Scottsburg United are leading the points table with six points each followed by No. 73 Young Warriors and Radha Krishna Foundation Academy on four points each. No. 48 Challengers are yet to come off the mark.  The top two teams will advance to the final.

The tournament has been organised by the Upper Corentyne Cricket Association and is sponsored by Ramesh Sunich, Managing Director of Trophy Stall, Bourda Market, Georgetown, with its new location at Market Road, Port Mourant, Corentyne, Berbice opening soon.

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