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South defeats neighbours in U-15 Interzone
Top performances from Darren Samlal and Jonathan Frederick led South to a convincing 123-run victory over South-East in the third round of the T&T Cricket Board 50-over Under-15 Interzone tournament at Sancho Ground in St Julien Village, on Thursday.
Samlal slammed a top score of 85 in the match, while Frederick snatched 4/26 in ten overs. Batting first South posted 289/3 behind Samlal and contributions from Antonio Gomez (68), Tariq Mohammed (46) and Kyle Roopchand (36). Nicholas Ali was the best bowler for South-East grabbing 2/51 in ten overs.
In reply Ali fought hard for South-East with 51, but Frederick’s spell limited South-East to 166 all out in 43 overs. Javed Arjoon pitched in with 36 for South-East, while Tariq Mohammed (2/15) and Vaneer Maharaj (2/28) took two wickets apiece.
At Sancho Ground, St Julien Village: South 289/3 (50 overs) (Darren Samlal 85, Antonio Gomez 68, Tariq Mohammed 46, Kyle Roopchand 36, Nicholas Ali 10-1-51-2) vs South-East 166 (43 overs) (Nicholas Ali 51, Javed Arjoon 36, Jonathan Frederick 10-2-26-4, Tariq Mohammed 6-2-15-2, Vaneer Maharaj 7-0-28-2) South won by 123 runs
At James Park, Point Fortin: South-West 67 (36.1 overs) (Lorenzo Loubon 21, Jayden Seales 8.1-2-8-2) vs Central 68/1 (13.5 overs) (Aaron Barclay 33 not out, Rahul Pitiram 23 not out) Central won by nine wickets
At Prisons Ground, Arouca: North-East 113 (47.3 overs) (Anderson Mahase 22, Giovanni Ramdanny 21, Samir Ali 10-3-15-4) vs East 114/1 (14.4 overs) (Leonardo Julien 78 not out, Samir Ali 21) East won by nine wickets
At Shaw Park, Scarborough: Tobago 129 (34.3 overs) (Dariel Roberts 28, Dominic Alfred 28, Eric Garcia 2.3-0-7-2, Leon Basano 5-0-14-2, Adam Reyes 7-0-20-2, Mikel Garcia 3-0-20-2) vs North 130/5 (33 overs) (Andre Sitaram 35, Leon Basano 25, Shaquille Carrington 6-0-26-2) North won by five wickets
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