Chase topple North G/T to win 3rd title

– Diamond thump Friendship in East Bank finals

Chase Academy inflicted a 28-run loss on their opponents, North Georgetown Secondary School, in Saturday’s final of the Guyana Cricket Board’s (GCB’s) National Secondary Schools Cricket League Georgetown Zone finals.

Batting first at the Everest Ground, Chase’s innings would have a number of useful starts. Dwain Dick hit two sixes and a four in his top-score of 25, while the likes of National player Sachin Singh (17), Orlando Giddings (19), and Tameshwar Permaul (18) added to the team’s 117.
It was a spirited performance from Shivanand Gossain, 3-11, and Wayne Bollers, 2-26, who were the premier wicket-takers for North Georgetown Secondary School.
The chase saw the North Georgetown batsmen faced with a gettable target; and although their side didn’t get the job done, much credit should be given to their batters, who applied themselves well but lacked the aggression needed to cross the finish line.

Batting first at the Everest Ground, Chase’s innings would have a number of useful starts. Dwain Dick hit two sixes and a four in his top-score of 25, while the likes of National player Sachin Singh (17), Orlando Giddings (19), and Tameshwar Permaul (18) added to the team’s 117.
It was a spirited performance from Shivanand Gossain, 3-11, and Wayne Bollers, 2-26, who were the premier wicket-takers for North Georgetown Secondary School.
The chase saw the North Georgetown batsmen faced with a gettable target; and although their side didn’t get the job done, much credit should be given to their batters, who applied themselves well but lacked the aggression needed to cross the finish line.

(guyanatimes)

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