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Solozano slams century in BGTT U-19
Triston Singh and Jeremy Solozano led East to a strong position at the end of day one in their BG TT Under-19 Interzone two-day match against North East at Honeymoon Park yesterday.
Bowling first, the left-arm orthodox spin of Singh destroyed the North East batting card, as he grabbed 8/36 in 14 overs. Singh was assisted by Vishnu Boys Hindu College student Vikash Mohan (2/23). Together, they bowled North East out for a dismal 120. Warren Phillip’s half century (51) and Darion Ramdanee’s 33 offered some resistance.
In response, Solozano, a Hillview College student, blasted an unbeaten 103 that carried his team to 161/1 declared. Shaquille McDavid supported Solozano, making 50 not out. In their second turn at the crease, North East started positively, closing the day on 35/0, six runs behind the East team.
All matches continue today.
AT HONEYMOON PARK: North East 120 (Warren Phillip 51, Darion Ramdanee 33, Triston Singh 8/36, Vikash Mohan 2/23) and 35/0 vs East 161/1 (Jeremy Solozano 103 n.o., Shaquille McDavid 50 n.o)
AT CARONI SAVANNAH: Central 192 (Justin Joseph 39, Jason Batson 33, Justin Persad 4/32, Quane Ragoonanan 2/17) vs South-East 105/4 (Gabriel Blackwell 47, Christopher Vincent 3/19)
AT WILSON ROAD: South 192 (Jordan Sankaran 51, Keron Kanhai 43, Jovan Ali 41, Camron Bukhal 5/32) vs South West 106/7 (Stephen Gilbert 30, Romel Rampersad 22, Chaz Harripersad 3/4)
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