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Mohammed hits century for ASJA

Published: 
Saturday, May 26, 2018
Riyaad Mohammed

ASJA Primary School continued its winning ways in the Atlantic National Primary Schools cricket league when the team got the better of St. Mary's Government Primary School by 115 runs in a national round of 16 clashes on Wednesday.

Batting first ASJA San Fernando Primary scored a healthy 253 all out with Riyaad Mohammed scoring a century. The little-left hander who played for South Zone in the Shell Under-15 Series made 108 in his team's effort. Mohammed who scored a half-century in the finals of the Victoria District to give his team the title has been the standout player for his school this season. His exploits with both bat and ball caught the attention of the selectors for the Maq North/South Under-15 Classic and he was chosen to play among the national under-15 cricketers.

In response, St. Mary's battled but fell short at 138 all out as Raiahaan Boodoo top-scored with 30.

In the girls national round of eight competition, Bonne Aventure Presbyterian ran away winners over Todds Road by 35 runs, as Manda Farrow continued her magical season. She scored 84 not out in taking Bonne Aventure to 175 for two in 20 overs. Todds Road in response scored 140 for one with V Surujbally getting 42.

 

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