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A super-over brought an exciting
end to the North East Zone sponsored
T20 cricket competition contested
between eventual winners
Guaico/Tamana and Unique Sports.
A large crowd was on hand to witness
the match which Guaico/Tamana won
in fine style by two runs in a Super-
Over at the Just Bring It Ground in
North Oropouche on Saturday.
Unique batted first and made 152 in
their allotted 20 overs and were guided
to their competitive score by an impres-
sive even half-century from Calvin
Williams (50) and McEvin Moffett who
Best bowling from Guaico/Tamana
came from allrounder Rishi Boodoosingh
who had figures of 4-0-15-3. He
And when Tamana batted they were
restricted to 152 for eight wickets, to tie
with their opponents and force a Super-
Contributing to their strong reply
was Richard Dodds who made 31 with
Richard Campo chipping in with 27.
Allrounder Boodoosingh also made 19.
Best Unique bowling came from
Kenson Joseph (4-0-29-3), Donald
Dandrade (4-0-18-2) and Alex Singh
Guaico/Tamana batted first in the
Super-Over bowl-off with the Dodds
boys, James (11) and Richard (7), knock-
ing off 18 in the over bowled by Unique s
And when Unique took to the crease
needing 19 to win in six balls from Ryan
Baksh, they could only muster 16, all
coming off the bat of Aaron Alfred.
Commenting on the final, North East
Zone official Paras Singh, who is also
president of the T&T Umpires and Scor-
ers Association, said he was very
impressed with the standard of cricket
and the support of the cricket fans of
"The cricket was of a very high stan-
dard. And the action was well appre-
ciated by the large crowd which turned
up to support their cricket heroes. We
at the North East Zone are pleased with
how things turned out," said Singh.
Guaico-Tamana T20 title
The 2014 Inter-Ministerial Cricket
Tournament kicked off last Friday at
Constantine Park, Macoya.
Attorney General Ramlogan was a
proud man as his Ministry s cricket
team beat the Ministry of Works and
Infrastructure in a keenly fought com-
The MoAG team beat their oppo-
nents scoring 78 runs in 10 overs. The
Ministry of Works and Infrastructure
scored 77 runs all out.
Ramlogan congratulated the team
and offered a personal incentive to
motivate and encourage them.
He paid special commendation to
the Man of the Match, Avinash Ram-
dass of the I.T Department grabbing
the Man of the Match title with 4 wick-
ets, 29 runs not out.
Attorney General Anand Ramlogan, centre right, congratulates Joshua Mitchell (team captain) and the rest of
the MoAG cricket team at his office, Cabildo Chambers, Port-of-Spain.
MoAG staff wins in Inter-Ministerial cricket tournament
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