Boodram steers Central to U-17 victory
 

Trinidad Express article.

Port of Spain, Trinidad - Bryan Boodram top-scored with 75 to lead defending champions Central to an easy 90-run win over South West in the opening round of the BG T&T Under-17 InterZone 50-over competition at Happy Hill Recreation Ground in Rousillac, yesterday.

Boodram, who was part of the Trinidad and Tobago Under-19 team last year, helped Central post a competitive 276 for nine off 45 overs before pacer Jarlarnie Seales grabbed four for 37 to help restrict South West to 186 for nine.

In other results yesterday, East, led by a good all-round performance from Nathanial McDavid, beat Tobago by 186 runs at Shaw Park in Tobago.

McDavid hit 44 as East posted 259 for nine in their 50 overs. Also getting runs were Keagan Simmons who top-scored with 45 and Aaron Maniram who got 30. 

In reply, Tobago were all out for 73 in just 20 overs as left-arm pacer Jerome Gibbs snatched four for 26. McDavid chipped in with two wickets for nine runs.

North beat North East by five wickets in the other game yesterday.

The South East versus South match was rescheduled due to the funeral of former T&T Under-19 pacer Tevin Robertson. 

That match will be played today at Yorkshire Ground in Barrackpore.

Yesterday’s BG T&T Under-17 Scores

At Shaw Park

East 259-9 (50 overs) (Keagan Simmons 45, Nathanial McDavid 44, Aaron Maniram 30, Kerron Simmons 29) vs Tobago 73 (20 overs) (Jerome Gibbs 4/26, Nathanial McDavid 2/9)

—East won by 186 runs

At Happy Hill Recreation Ground

Central 276-9 (45 overs) (Bryan Boodram 75, Shawn Vialva 42, Emilo Gopaul 26, Sachin Balai 24 n.o.; Ronnie Goddard 3/44, Bashan Maharaj 2/37) vs South West 186-9 (45 overs) (Bashan Maharaj 43, Derindra Kalpoo 42; Jarlarnie Seales 4/37)

—Central won by 90 runs

At Bamboo Recreation Ground 

North East 82 (24.4 overs) (Rick Rampersad 18; Joshua Clarke 3/23, Jonathan Bootan 2/12, Cavern Byrne 2/0) vs North 87-5 (16.3 overs) (Brandon Maharaj 36, Kallis Romain 11 n.o.)

—North won by five wickets

First Published In The Trinidad Express.

Date: 
Fri, 04/04/2014 - 09:00