13 December 2012

Gambia: Banjul Central Brush Off Briks Berewuleng

Banjul Central put six wickets past Brikama Berewuleng in the ICC/ACA Africa sponsored regional U-17 cricket competition.

The tourney competed by four team, saw Banjul Central trounced Brikama Berewuleng for six wickets. Brikama Berewuleng won the toss and elected to bat scoring 60 runs for the loss of 10 wickets in 12.4 overs.

Ebrima Manjang scored 16 Runs, and Omar Jarju took 3 wickets for 17 runs in 4 overs.

In other fixtures, Banjul South won by six wickets over Brikama Jamisa. Brikama Jamisa won the toss and elected to field with Banjul South batting and scoring 182 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 30overs.

Brikama Jamisa batted in the second innings and scored 72 runs for the loss of 10 wickets in 17.2overs.

Banjul Central and Banjul South garnered six points each but Banjul Central had a head on defeat over Banjul South. Both teams won a trophy and a certificate with other participants scooping each a certificate.

The three-day tournament was aimed to scouts talents for the formation of a team to compete in the forthcoming ICC World Cricket U-19 League tournament in April 2013

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