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Samuel leads Barataria South to Intercol win
Left-handed batsman Joey Samuel slammed an unbeaten 65 on Wednesday night to lead Barataria South Secondary to a 48-run win over Cowen Hamilton in the first round of the PowerGen Secondary Schools T20 Intercol competition at Diamond cricket ground.
Batting first, Samuel and Dexter Sween (50) guided Barataria to 150/4. Lalchan Ramdath (2/36) and Daniel Cooper (2/33) were the pick of the bowlers for Cowen.
In reply, spin bowler Carl Vialva snatched 4/13 in four overs to reduce Cowen Hamilton to 102 all out in 19.2 overs. Taryck Abdul and Ramdath scored 22 and 21 respectively for Cowen Hamilton. In another match, Shiva Boys easily defeated Presentation College, San Fernando, by 65 runs.
AT DIAMOND: Barataria South 150/4 (Joey Samuel 65 no, Dexter Sween 50, Lalchan Ramdath 2/36, Daniel Cooper 2/33) vs Cowen Hamilton 102 (19.2 overs) (Taryck Abdul 22, Ramdath 21, Carl Vialva 4/13, Sween 1/9, Samuel 1/9) Barataria won by 48 runs
AT EVERGREEN: Shiva Boys 151/5 (Samuel Roopnarine 36, Ryan Oudit 37, Stephen Seeparsad 3/19) vs Presentation San Fernando 86/8 - Shiva won by 65 runs SCORES Members of the Clarke Road team after their victory over Queen’s Park in the Sunday league 50 overs competition.
AT UWI SPEC: Clarke Road 282/7 (Sean Siloch 72, Ryan Ramdass 61, Nicolas Pooran 44, Ranga Lachana 38, Yannick Ottley 30 no, Kevon Cooper 4/41) vs Queen’s Park 210 (47.1 overs) (Petrock Nicholas 87, Justin Guillen 39, Khary Pierre 27, Derone Davis 4/39, Kyle Mayers 2/44) Clarke Road won by 72 runs SCORES
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