Enmore CCCC Bravados, Ogle CC Blasters clash in final this weekend

Neville Ramotar Memorial T20
Enmore CCCC A (Bravados) will take on defending champions Ogle CC Blasters in the final of the 2019 Neville Ramotar T20 cricket competition this Sunday at the Enmore Community Centre Ground.

Captain Bheemraj Ramkelawan of Enmore (left) and his opposite number, Davindra Ramtahal pose with the championship trophy

This competition commenced in 2019 among 20 teams before being suspended in December 2019 owing to inclement weather.
The competition is being played in memory of the late Neville Ramotar, an ardent cricket supporter and businessman from Enmore. The first team, which wins the competition twice, will keep the Neville Ramotar lien trophy. Despite not winning any T20 competition recently, ECCCC Bravados will start as favourites after defeating a formidable Lusignan team recently in the 40-over cricket format on the Coast. There will also be an exhibition game preceding the final between a combined East Coast U-23 team and Lusignan East, who are the third-place team.
ECCCC’s batting will be led by Amir Khan, national U-17 player Chaitram Balgobin and the in-form Vishwanauth Ramlakhan while their quartet of spinners – Satash Jainarine, Chris Surat, Amir Khan, and Yuvraj Dayal – will look to restrict the Ogle batting line-up. Ogle CC Blasters Andrew Samaroo and Khemchandra Dindyal are expected to make significant contributions to their teams’ score while their bowling will be led by Ayodha Joseph and Damuka Ngondo. The exhibition game is set for 10:00h while the final will be played at 13:30h. The teams are as follows:
ECCCC Bravados: Bheeemraj Ramkelawan (Captain); Yuvraj Dayal; Imran Hassan; Vishwanauth Ramlakhan; Amir Khan; Chris Surat; Rudolph Singh; Navindra Gobin; Cordel Marz; Kenon Ramascindo; Ranjeet Hiralall; Chaitram Balgobin; Hemraj Garbarran and Satash Jainarine.
Ogle CC Blasters: Davindra Ramtahal (Captain); Soopaul Sanichar; Michael Deonarine; Khenchandra Dindyal; Ayodha Joseph; Andrew Samaroo; Orlando Persaud; Khemraj Jaikaran; Damuka Ngondo; Anthony Ifill; Deion Thomas; Shivanand Gossain; Nazir Hussein and Orlando Persaud.
Lusignan East: Hirdeo Jailal, Ramchand Jailall, Harrinarine Hira, Ayube Sammy, Patrick Appanna, Sachin Sahadeo, Joash Lall, Mohan Jailal, Khemraj Jailal, Navindra Balram, Kedar Amsterdam, Kevin Mckenzie, Tulsie Persaud and Bhogpaul Balram.
East Coast U-23: Gavin Budwah (Captain); Robin Williams; Travon Charles; Suresh Jainarine; Denzil Williams; Vickram Doonauth; Rajpaul Basdeo; Chaterpaul Ramraj; Mike Persaud; Yogesh Umrao; Darshan Persaud; Yudister Persaud and Viviakanand Ishwardin.
In the ECC-sponsored T10 competition, six matches were played last Sunday, with wins for ECCCC A, Ogle CC, Lusignan B and Strathavon SC.
The scores are as follows: At Enmore: ECCCC A defeated LBI SC by 12 runs. ECCCC A 88 for 3. B Ramkelawan 21, V Ramlakhan 21 and I Hassan 22. LBI SC were restricted to 76 for 7, with R Dowlatram scoring 19. Satash Jainarine took 3 for 7 from 2 overs. Ogle CC defeated ECCCC B by 10 wickets. ECCCC B) 40 for 4. Dion Thomas took 2 wickets for 6 runs from 2 overs. Ogle CC knocked off their target in 4 overs with Irfan Ali unbeaten on 22.
Ogle CC got the better of Industry SC by 4 wickets. Industry SC 56 all out from 9.3 overs. Ayodha Joseph and Khemraj Jaikarran took 3 wickets each for 8 and 10 runs respectively. Ogle CC laboured to their target of 57 for the loss of 6 wickets in 9.1 overs. Irfan Ali made 20. Aravida Gainda and Mohamed Nazir took 3 wickets for 7 and 2 wickets for 7 runs respectively.
At Lusignan: Lusignan East SC defeated Lusignan SC B by 17 runs. Lusignan East 98 for 7 from 10 overs. Hardeo Jailall made 48 while Ferron Kadir took 2 for 20. Lusignan B were then restricted to 71 for the loss of 6 wickets. V Jailall and M Jailall took 2 wickets apiece for 8 runs.
Avish Auto Sales (Unity) SC defeated Strathavon SC by 4 wickets. Strathavon SC scored 57 for 5 from 10 overs. P Chowtie took 2 wickets for 6 runs from 2 overs. Avish Auto Sales (Unity) reached their target for the loss of 6 wickets in 9.3 overs.
Lusignan SC B returned to defeat Strathavon SC in the final game. Scores were unavailable up to press time.