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South U-15s romp to victory over South East
Simmion Ramjattan struck 64 to give South a huge 97-run win over South East in the BGTT Under-15 InterZone competition, yesterday. Ramjattan’s knock, along with 34 from Xavier Ganga, took South to 212/8 in their second innings. Spin bowler Vishal Roopnarine grabbed 3/39 for South East. Chasing 201 for victory, 43 from right-handed opening batsman Lennard Cooper was not enough as South East fell for 103. Yogishwar Persad (3/8) and Dennis Ramnath (3/14) led from the front with three wickets apiece to guide South to the win.
In other matches, Central rolled over South West by ten wickets, North got past Tobago by 18 runs and the encounter between North East and East ended in a draw because of rain.
AT EVERGREEN GROUND: South 87 (26.2 overs) (Dennis Ramnath 17, Yogishwar Persad 12, Jase Asoon 2/13) and 212/8 (54 overs) (Simmion Ramjattan 64, Xavier Ganga 34, Vishal Roopnarine 3/39) vs South East 99/7 (30 overs) (Abrahim Ali 37, Roopnarine 20, Ramnath 3/24, Daniel Asoon 2/12) and 103 (Lennard Cooper 43, Michael Dindial 21, Persad 3/8, Ramnath 3/14) South won by 97 runs.
AT CARONI SAVANNAH: South West 74 (21.1 overs) (Jordan Hansraj 23, Siba Batoosingh 3/16, Emilio Gopaul 2/16) and 133 (60 overs) (V. Kalcoo 22, Leron Peters 25, Batoosingh 5/24) vs Central 205/3 (30 overs) (Batoosingh 95, Christian Turton 41) and 4/0. Central won by 10 wickets.
AT FATIMA GROUND: North 119/5 (30 overs) (K. Romain 47, T. Phillip 29, T. Luis 3/15) and 107 (Brandon Lalloo 40, Romain 20, K. Rodney 3/15) vs Tobago 117/8 (30 overs) (J. James 40, Kyron Job 3/27, Romain 1/24) and 91 (Kyle Jacobs 21, Phillip 3/25, Mason 3/8) North won by 18 runs.
AT BROOKLYN RECREATION GROUND: North East 39 (Rondell Barnwell 10) and 42/4 (20 overs) vs East 144 (30 overs) Match Drawn - Rain stopped play.
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