Matches organised by the Georgetown Cricket Association (GCA) will continue this weekend with some crucial fixtures.
The GCA launched three competitions for the year 2019: the Gise/Star Party & Trophy Stall Competition, Noble House Seafood 2nd Division Competition, and the Noble House Next Gen Under-19. Of the three competitions launched, the Noble House Next Gen Under-19 100 overs was held last weekend which saw Zone A and Zone B competing against each other. However, this week will see the continuation of the Noble House Next Gen Under-19 100 overs. These fixtures will have ECO Champs taking on Transport Sports Club at Camp Road while the Georgetown Cricket Club (GCC) will duke it with Muslim Youth Organisation (MYO) at Bourda. Bel Air Rubis will then do battle with Malteenoes Sports Club at Ogle and GNIC will attempt to overthrow the in-form DCC at GNIC.
The New Building Society (NBS) Second Division 40-Over 2018/2019 season will continue tomorrow with two matches as the in-form Malteenoes SC will take on the UG Trojans who will be looking for some consolation wins as they lost a few matches back to back. This fixture will be played at Malteenoes. The other fixture will see DCC battling Everest at Queenstown.
While on Sunday, the Trojans will have another chance as they will have to face off against Everest CC at Camp Road. On Sunday, Transport Sports Club will do battle with the in-form Police Sports Club as Police will be looking to add another win to their tally. All matches are scheduled to commence at 11:00h on both days.