BCB/Universal DVD First Division T/20 Cricket - Bharrat slams 84 for Bush Lot Rising Star
Guyana Chronicle article.
Georgetown, Guyana - Cricket action in this year’s Berbice Cricket Board (BCB)-organised, Universal DVD Club-sponsored first division T/20 competition continued last weekend with some more rescheduled matches, in which Sumnauth Bharrat blasted 84 for Bush Lot Rising Star (BLRS) of West Berbice last Friday.
BLRS had a good day, emerging victorious in both of their matches on their home ground, defeating Edinburgh by 108 runs and later the much-fancied West Berbice by six wickets.
Bharrat blasted seven sixes and six fours in his 84 that took him 36 deliveries to aggregate, which, together with Asif Khan’s 29 - the pair adding 100 for the third wicket from 10.1 overs - steered BLRS to 166 for 4.
When Edinburgh replied, they could not cope with pacer Dellon Joseph who took 3 for 2 and off-spinners Asif Khan and Javed Saywack who had the identical figures of 2 for 8 from 3 overs, and were bowled out for 58 in 14 overs.
In the second match, it was former Guyana Under-17 all-rounder Keno Gravesande whose 3 for 15 and 27 which led BLRS to their upset win over West Berbice.
The following day (last Saturday), West Berbice completed a bad weekend by suffering another upset loss, this time at the hands of Skeldon Community Centre despite medium pacer Keith Fraser’s 3 for 23 and an unbeaten 45 as an opener.
In scores from the matches played:
At Bush Lot, Bush Lot Rising Star beat Edinburgh by 108 runs. Winning the toss and batting first in the match which was reduced to 15 overs, Bush Lot Rising Star 166 for 4, Bharrat 84, Asif Khan 29; Geraish De Gees 2 for 2, Edinburgh 58 all out in 14 overs, Rocky Seebarran 20; Dellon Joseph 3 for 2, Asif Khan 3 for 8 and Javed Saywack 2 for 8.
At Bush Lot, Bush Lot Rising Star beat West Berbice by 6 wickets. West Berbice choosing to bat first made 112 all out in 17.2 overs with Keith Fraser 25; Dellon Joseph 3 for 28 and Keno Gravesande 3 for 15.
Bush Lot Rising Star 113 for 4 in 17.2 overs, Gravesande 27; national pacer Keon Joseph 3 for 24 and Brandon Bess 2 for 19.