National players Kevlon Anderson and Junior Sinclair, along with Jeetendra Outar, scored centuries as the 2019 Berbice Cricket Board/New York Business Group Under-19 Tournament continued recently.
Sinclair and Anderson, who have represented Guyana at the Under-15, Under-17 and Under-19 levels, scored 213 and 137, respectively versus Albion Community Centre ’B’ for defending champions Rose Hall Town Pepsi ‘A’.
Similarly, Outar scored 109 to press his case for a Berbice Under-19 call-up in the upcoming Inter-county Tournament.
At Albion, the home team scored 388 for 5 from their allotted 50 overs with Outar, Reyad Karim (84), Sarwan Chaitnarine (69), Tameshwar Mahadeo (31) being the
principal scorers. Bowling for No 73 Cricket Club, S Nahar took 2 for 81 and R Jamaladeen 3 for 82.
In response, No 73 Cricket Club was bowled out for 85 in 30.1 overs as only T Budhan (22) and S Nora (11) reached double figures. Rico Ramsammy took 4 for 24, Beesham Surujnarine grabbed 2 for 23 and Kevin Umroa took 2 for 11.
At Hampshire, Rose Hall Town Pepsi ‘A’ scored a massive 517 for 7 from their allotted 50 overs versus Albion Community Centre ‘B’. Junior Sinclair and Kevlon Anderson put on a record 340 for the first wicket. Sinclair struck 23 boundaries and thirteen sixes in a brutal exhibition of stroke play in his 213 while Anderson struck 21 boundaries and four sixes in his 137.
Mahendra Gopilall (63) and Tyrese Sealey (33) both chipped in with useful runs. Pavendra Ganesh claimed 3 for 31 from 8.2 overs to emerge as Albion’s best bowler.
Albion was bowled out for 96 in 23.3 overs to lose by a massive 421 runs. Off-spinner Junior Sinclair returned with the ball to take 4 for 6 while Mahendra Gopilall had 2 for 6 and Joshua Wilson 2 for 26.
At Edinburgh, Edinburgh Cricket Club defeated Mt Sinai by 77 runs. Edinburgh made 154 all out then defended well as they restricted Mt Sinai Cricket to 77 all out in 20 overs.
At Kendall’s Union, No 19’s Kendall’s Union defeated Edinburgh by 101 runs. Kendall’s posted 214 for 7 in 30 overs then restricted Edinburgh to 113 all out in 17 overs.