Cropper, Tain, Fyrish to vie for Future Warriors Tape ball title in Berbice

The Berbice edition of the Future Warriors Tape ball Primary commenced on Saturday and was filled with much excitement and an abundance of talent on display at the Port Mourant Community Centre Cricket Ground.
Of the 12 talented teams, Cropper Primary, Tain Primary and Fyrish Primary are through to Sunday’s finals, to be played at Port Mourant from 09:00h. These teams played unbeaten in the two matches, and to lift the title, one side needs to win two more matches in the tournament powered by ExxonMobil.
In the second round, Fyrish, led by Yuvraj Goberdan with 30 (2x4s;2x6s), were 58-6 in their eight overs, but managed to restrict All Saints Primary to 39-2.

The youngsters celebrating the fall of a cricket

Tain piled on 64-2, with Sunil Samaroo making 28* (2x4s;2x6s), and Lekraj Ramberran getting 10, before restricting Bohemia to 48-4.
Cropper, led by a top innings of 47 (7x4s;2x6s) from Jayden Gardner, and Timothy Ramsaywack’s 17, posted the highest score of 76-3. Rose Hall Town Primary battled hard, but fell for 63-4, losing the match by 13 runs.
The impressive Anthony Shaeed smashed 33* (1×4; 3x6s) and support also came from Randy Williams with 16*.
The other six participating schools were: Belvedere Primary, McGowan Primary, No. 36 Primary, Kildonan Primary, St. Aloysius Primary and Albion Primary.
As part of the festive season, the organisers, FL Sport, provided bats, balls, and transportation free of cost to all participating schools, along with various meals and refreshments throughout the playing days.