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Central crushes South West in BG InterZone
Right-arm spin bowler Bryan Charles took a five-wicket haul to lead Central to a crushing win over South West in the Under-19 BG InterZone competition yesterday.
Following Central’s mammoth 344/5 declared on Monday in their first innings, Charles’ figures of 5/23 led to the demise of the South West team. South West were bowled out for 122 in their first innings. Justin Joseph (2/26) and Kyle Lee (2/10) snatched two wickets apiece. Only Stephan Seepersad offered some resistance for South West, making 33.
In their follow on, it was even worse for South West. They were bundled out for 77, giving Central a victory by an innings and 145 runs. Kyle Lee was the pick of the bowlers, grabbing 4/11. Seepersad (25) top-scored again for South West.
Central’s Coach Keith Joseph and Manager Narsingh Rambarran have a star-studded line-up with the likes of national wicketkeeper Nicholas Pooran, national under-19 player Andy Gobin and St Mary’s College star batsman Jason Batson who scored an unbeaten 110 in Central’s innings. Central will try to continue this form when they tackle South on Monday and Tuesday at the Presentation College Chaguanas ground.
The Under-17 InterZone competition also bowled off on Monday with matches throughout the country.
AT HAPPY HILL ROUSILLAC: Central 344/5 (47 overs) (Jason Batson 110 no, Nicholas Pooran 60, Bryan Charles 51, Kamil Pooran 51, L. Ramlal 4/84) vs South West 122 all out (Stephan Seepersad 33, N Suruj 23, R. Rampersad 20, Bryan Charles 5/23, Kyle Lee 2/10) and 77 all out (Seepersad 25, Christopher Vincent 3/11, Kyle Lee 4/11). Central won by an innings and 145 runs.
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