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OJ’s meets MYO in Jokhan finals
OJ’s Sports club will come up against Massahood Youth Organisation (MYO) in the finals of the Jokhan-sponsored South West Zone T20 competition this Saturday at Standard ground in Fyzabad. OJ’s won their rain affected semifinal against PCO on a faster run rate. Batting first, OJ’s tallied 131/8 with Stephan Farrell getting 29 and Brent Farris 29. The pick of the bowlers for PCO were Sham Rampersad 3/20 and Shyam Moonwar 2/33. In reply PCO reached 53/5 off nine overs, when the rain washed out the game.
OJ’s won on the faster run rate rule. Their opponents in the final also advance on the faster run rate rule. MYO’s semis clash against Fyzabad Elite did not come off as rain completely washed out their encounter. However, zone official Insad Hosein explained that MYO had the better run rate leading up to the finals and hence they will battle OJ’s for the title.
JOKHAN T20 CRICKET SCORES
All matches played at Standard Cricket Ground.
Celtics 110 all out (20)(Stephen Bridgelal 37, Shawn Seebaran 21, Andy Ballah 4/22, Sham Rampersad 2/21) vs PCO 112/1 (14.3)(Dave Sookraj 35no, Andy Ballah 39no) - PCO won by 9 wkts.
Avocat 77/5 (13)(Roshan Sawh 30) vs MYO 79/2 (8.4)(David Renn 22, Nicholas Ramdass 22) - MYO won by 8 wkts.
Union 103 all out (17.3)(Gary Baboo 17, Sunil Dassine 4/18) vs OJ’s 104/3 (13.2)(Ryan Jaffer 50) - OJ’s won by 7 wkts.
Fyzabad 101/6 (20)(Vijay Ramesar 28, Brian Boodram 22, Nigel Ferrier 4/16) vs Dow 76 (18.2)(Randy Narine 3/4, Dennis Nandlal 2/4) - Fyzabad won by 25 runs.
OJ’s 131/8 (Stephan Farrell 29, Brent Farris 29, Sham Rampersad 3/20, Shyam Moonwar 2/33) vs PCO 53/5 (9) - OJ’s won on a faster run rate.
MYO 51/7 (6) vs Fyzabad Elite - rain washed out game.
OJ’s vs MYO.
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