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Bamboo All Stars edge Talk Nah

Wednesday, April 24 2013

BAMBOO All Stars edged Talk Nah by eight runs, on April 5, at the Bamboo Settlement Number One Recreation Ground in Valsayn, in a Women’s Division contest of the 2013 Bamboo Cricket League.

Batting first, Bamboo All Stars posted 66 runs for nine wickets off their allotted 12 ovrs, with Arielle Gomez unbeaten on 20 while Melissa Sandy struck 13 and Tiffany Mills 10.

Sharon Williams claimed three wickets for 14 runs for Talk Nah.

In their run chase, Talk Nah were restricted to 58/6 in 12 overs with Risha Ragoonanan taking 2/13, while Monique McClatchie made 17 in a valiant effort.



Other Scores -

Men’s Division -

April 2 -

UNITED ALL STARS SC 97/8 (15 overs) - Jarred Phillip 42, Juan Carlos Narine 14, Peter Mahase 13; Jairaj Balkaran 2/12, Tarran Kissoondath 2/17, Bradley Matadeen 2/25 vs HARD DRIVE 34 (11.5 overs) - Dale Gayadeen 15; Peter Mahase 3/22, Sunil Sanasie 2/3, Anthony Locario 2/4, Riad Mohammed 2/5. United All Stars won by 63 runs.

DARK HORSE 59/7 (15 overs) - Aakash Harrynanan 14; Wazir Mackoon 3/13 vs GUNNERS 53 (14.4 overs) - Damian Peters 10; Zephon Richards 4/12, Rawlins Ramkissoon 3/8. Dark Horse won by six runs.



April 3 -

D’ A TEAM 85/3 (10 overs) - Imran Hosein 33, Ronald Ramcharan 14 vs ROAMERS 46/5 (8 overs) - Dennis Daniel 36 not out; Roshan Sinanan 2/8, Ryan Persad 2/10. D’ A Team won by 39 runs.

SHOOTERS RELOADED 90/2 (15 overs) - Mohansingh Gopiechansingh 30, Andy Bickram 19 not out, Rodney Bickram 18 vs TACARIGUA RECRUITS 95/8 (15 overs) - Sunil Beepath 22, Milton Dookran 17, Ramesh Narine 10 not out; Andy Bickram 2/16, Anand Ramtahal 2/20. Tacarigua Recruits won by two wickets.



April 4 -

ASII 85/8 (15 overs) - Suraj Sanasie 31, Christian Noray 20, Roger Bisnath 2/9 vs BLOOD BROTHERS 47 (11.5 overs) - Narendra Taylor 12; Jameel Hosein 4/8, Kiron Bruce 3/5, Isaac Kennedy 2/4. ASII won by 38 runs.

EL SOCORRO SOUTH CC 96/7 (15 overs) - Dinesh Maharaj 21 not out, Ricky Basdeo 19, Randy Seepersad 17, Navindra Kaulessar 15; Kapil Ramcharran 3/23, Raymond Rampersad 2/11 vs MIX UP BOYS 69/9 (15 overs) - Avinash Singh 14, Vijay Harrinanan 11; Ganesh Lochan 3/12, Dave Rambarran 3/14. El Socorro South CC won by 27 runs.



April 5 -

STORMERS 68 (13.3 overs) - Rickrik Suroojbally 20 not out; Azim Hosein 3/13, Trevor Robinson 3/16 vs DOLLAR TOUCH 69/6 (13.4 overs) - Aneesh Sookhoo 12; Kyle Khan 2/15. Dollar Touch won by four wickets.

STABLE BOYS 90 (14.1 overs) - Keron Raymond 18, Vijay Reynold Ramsaran 15; Jason Redhead 2/9, Rocky Jacob 2/14 vs MSYA 86/8 (15 overs) - Obi Ferrier 20, Jason Redhead 11 not out, Bertram James 10; Vijay Reynold Ramsaran 2/6, Christopher Jagmohan 2/8. Stable Boys won by four runs.



April 6 -

D’UNKNOWN 59/9 (12 ovrs) - Ryan Basdeo 15, Sashtri Mootoo 10; Matthew Bruce 3/6, George Ramsumir 3/15, Jovaughn Wint 2/14 vs UNITED PROGRESSORS 64/9 (12 overs) - Sheldon Thomas 16, Rishi Paheman 10; Shazad Ali 2/12, Richard Ali 2/14, Sashtri Mootoo 2/24. United Progressors won by one wicket.

OFFICIALS 69 (14.3 overs) - Clint Nabbie 14, Matthew Tilkaran 10, Faris Rahaman 10; Ravin Persaud 2/8, Prakash Dookram 2/10, Travis Karim 2/10 vs LEGACY CC 74/5 (11.4 overs) - Jodi Mungroo 16 not out; Idrees Ali 2/19. Legacy won by five wickets.

ROAD RUNNERS 68/6 (10 overs) - Darren Maharaj 18, Amrit Supersad 12, Narine Seepersad 10 not out vs ASII 69/5 (9.3 overs) - Anthony George 16, Suraj Sanasie 14 not out, Isaac Kennedy 11; Alvin Rampersad 2/6. ASII won by five wickets.

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