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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, May 29, 2014
Sonja Soodeen with an unbeaten 40 piloted her
school Cunaripo to a 48-run win over Talparo as
action in the Atlantic National Primary Schools Cricket
League continued yesterday.
Described by her coach as being in good form this
season, Sodeen led from the front and rallied her school
to an eventual total of 185 for four off 20 overs.
A partnership of 70 with Usha Lakhan cemented
Cunaripo s lead. Also described as having a good season,
right-handed Lakhan scored 23 not out.
The girls from Talparo replied with only 137 for seven
in their 20 overs.
In another girls match, Alysa Ramdath took the hon-
ours for Rochard Douglas Presbyterian with a very good
all-round effort against Moruga RC. Ramdath stroked
42 in her team s 135 for six off their 20 overs and then
took 2/25, to bowl out Moruga RC for 105---giving
Rochard Douglas a win by 30 runs.
The other match in the girls division between Cedros
Government and Longdenville did not come off and
will be played at a later date.
...Joshua James steals the show
In the boys division, Whim Anglican got an impressive
eight-wicket victory over Bamboo Government in a
re-scheduled match at Bamboo. Joshua James grabbed
2/11 and with help from Orlando James 2/13, crippled
Bamboo for just 64. James then blasted 32 before being
run out, but Gereed Louis with an unbeaten 24 ensured
the emphatic win.
Guayaguayare was also on winners row but they just
got over Montrose Government by two wickets. Mon-
strose taking first strike at Inshan Ali Park was bowled
out for 53 and Guayaguayare replied with 55/8---winning
by two wickets.
At Cunaripo: Cunaripo Presbyterian 185/4 (20)(Sanja
Soodeen 40no, Usha Lakhan 23no, Jalan Roby 13) vs
Talparo 137/7 (20)---Cunaripo won by 48 runs.
At Barrackpore: Rochard Douglas 135/6 (20)(Alysa
Ramdath 42, Stephanie Soogrim 29) vs Moruga RC 105 all
out (20)(Alysa Ramdath 2/25)---Rochard Douglas won by
At Cedros: Cedros Government versus Longdenville
Government---did not play.
At Bamboo: Bamboo Gov't 64 all out (Joshua James 2/11,
Orlando James 2/13) vs WHIM Anglican 70/2 (Joshua
James 32, Gereed Louis 24no)---WHIM won by 8 wkts.
At Inshan Ali Pk: Montrose Gov't 53 all out vs
Guayaguayare 55/8---Guayaguayare won by 2 wkts.
Nicolas Jugmohan and
Damian Binwah was solid
with bat and ball respective-
ly, leading F&E Diamond
United to a six-wicket win
over Evergreen in the cham-
pionship division third place
playoff at the Queen s Park
Oval, Port-of-Spian, as
action in the T&T Cricket
Board NGC T20 Festival con-
Binwah was the most suc-
cessful bowler for Diamond,
taking 3/10 in two overs to
help limit Evergreen to 102/9.
Farrel Jugmohan was the most
economical bowler for Dia-
mond, grabbing 2/14 in four
Opening batsman Keshava
Ramphal batted well, hitting
41 off 52 balls which included
In reply, Nicolas Jugmohan
top scored with 39 as Dia-
mond got to the target with
one over to spare. Jugmohan
faced 46 balls, cracking one
four and one six. Diamond
also got contributions from
Deepak Kumar (21) and Jason
St Clair (20 not out), while
Alvin Ramlogan took 2/22 in
four overs for Evergreen.
Last night HKL Aranguez
and Calcutta squared off in
the final at the Queen s Park
At Queen's Park Oval:
Evergreen 102/9 (Keshava
Ramphal 41, Jasbour
Findlay 24 no, Damian
Binwah 3/10, Farrel
Jugmohan 2/14) vs
Diamond 103/4 (19 overs)
(Nicolas Jugmohan 39,
Deepak Kumar 21, Jason St
Clair 20 no, Alvin Ramlogan
2/22) Diamond won by six
Jugmohan, Binwah lead Diamond to third
ATLANTIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS CRICKET
BRIDGETOWN---St Lucia coach Connie Francis
believes the three-match series against Barbados
which started in Barbados yesterday night will be the
best gauge of her side ahead of the Commonwealth
Games outing in July.
Following weeks of intense preparation, St Lucian
netballers will get the first real test ahead of the July
23 to August 3 showpiece in Glasgow, when they take
on the Barbadians at the Netball Stadium in Waterford,
just outside the city.
St Lucia is down to compete in Pool A at the Com-
monwealth Games, alongside the likes of Caribbean
powerhouses Jamaica and World number two New
Zealand. Scotland, Malawi and Northern Ireland also
make up the group.
Pool B comprises Caribbean sides Barbados and
Trinidad and Tobago, along with World champions
Australia, England, South Africa and Wales. (CMC)
Francis: Barbados series
critical to preparation
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