Richmond Hill Victorious Over Everest/ACA
Richmond Hill won toss and elected to bat.
Richmond Hill won by 16 runs


Mustaq Yussuf during his knock of 73.


Tegana McKenzie had an all-round performance against Breakaway.

RHCC 164 for 9 off 30 Overs: Mustaq Yussuf 73, S. Sookdeo 19 and Tamesh Balwant 23.
Bowling for Everest/ACS: S. Amin 3-0-26-1, T. Walke 4-039-0, Z. Amin 6-1-13-3, D. Umadan 6-0-23-0, T. Hastoo 5-0-38-3, K. Ganesh 6-0-32-2.
Everest/ACS 148 all out: A. Khan 13, K. Ganesh 20 and T. Hastoo 40.
Bowling for Richmond Hill: L. Udai 5-1-24-0, A. Haripal 6-0-26-2, S. Sadloo 6-2-20-3
K. Bux 6-0-35-0, S. Ragubar 3-0-19-1, Z. Saffie 2.4-0-19-4


Kallicharran, Ralph And Perkins Demolish Enmore
Atlantis: 231 for 6 off 40 Overs
Batting: M. Kallicharran 86 Runs, W. Perkins 41 runs and D. Thompson 25 runs
Bowling for Enmore: Imran Ali 2 for 55 off 8 overs.
Enmore: 157 all out
Enmore Batting: Imran Ali 67 runs, Anil Seebarran 26 runs and Safraz Ally 19 runs
Bowling for Atlantis: I. Ralph 3 for 21, L. Cush 3 for 47 and C. Sandy 2 for 38

Game: Hillside Sports v/s Meten Meer Zorg
Venue: Bay Park
Toss & Decision: Won by Hillside and decided to field
Result: Hillside won by 76 runs.
Hillside 221 for 8 wickets of 40 overs: A. Ramcharitar 25, N. Juman 34, D. Smith 35, V. Naidu 28, M. Heeralall 31
MMZ bowling: Z. Majeed: 6-0-30-0, K. Nankumar: 8-0-36-0, A. Mohamed: 8-0-40-1, K. Boodram: 6-0-34-0, R. Sookraj: 4-0-22-1, K. Seepaul: 8-0-59-4
Meten-Meer Zorg : 145 all out off 36 overs: Z. Majeed 33, N. Khan 21 and S. Khan 15
Hillside Bowling: S. Allie3-0-16-1, A. Sharzad 8-0-31-1, J. Jeetu 8-0-22-2, V. Naidu 8-0-33-3, A. Hasledar 8-0-34-1, D. Smith: 1-0-8-0

East Bank Outplayed Breakway
East Bank won the toss and asked Breakaway to take first strike.
Breakaway batsmen never look comfortable from the inception and eventually bundled out for 67 in 18.5 overs. T. Johnson 2 wickets for 16, T. McKenzie 2 wickets for 13, G. Sewdial 2 for 5, were the main wicket takers.

In reply it took East Bank 7 overs to reach their target. Hitting 70 for the loss G. Sewdial who made 12. T McKenzie led the response with a quick-fire 33 off 16 that included four sixes while Troy Harper was left on 9 not out.

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