–Rasheed bags 13 for 64
Everest Cricket Club helped themselves to a handsome 368-run victory over Diplomats on Sunday in the in the Georgetown Cricket Association’s Noble House Second Division Two-day Competition at the Ghandi Youth Organisation ground on Sunday.
In pursuit of 443, Diplomats ended their second innings closed on 75 for 7 since the remainder of their batsmen failed to show a face at the venue.
Left-arm spinner Javed Rasheed was yet again the menace with the ball, claiming 4 for 18 from 8.4 overs to end with match haul of 13 for 64.
Everest, resuming day two with a lead of 159, were bowled out for 284, as Khemraj Ramdeen followed up his first innings 120 (17x4s) with another fine innings of 101, while Rasheed supported with 79 (13x4s; 1×6). I. Caesar and K. Augustus took three wickets apiece.
On day one, Rasheed was a misery to the Diplomats batsmen when he wreaked havoc with figures of 9 for 46 from 13 overs. The spinner’s impressive returns saw Diplomats being bundled out for 147 in response to Everest CC mammoth first innings of 306 for 5 declared.