Chase Academy and St Stanislaus College got past School of Nations and Christ Church Secondary respectively to book their semi-final place in the North Georgetown Zone of the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) National Secondary School Cricket League (NSSCL) sponsored by Bank’s DIH Ltd’s Coco Cola Rainforest Water along with Digicel.
At DCC ground, Chase Academy disposed of School of Nations after routing them for 77 in 19 overs thanks to another fine spell by former national under 15 left arm spinner Ashmead Nedd who bagged 4/11. Supporting him in the bowling department was off spinner Dwanye Dick who took 2/12.
Chase Academy then raced to their target in just four overs as Joshua Persaud struck 28 not out while Nedd showed his batting ability by scoring 22 not out.
Over at Everest ground, St Stanislaus College beat Christ Church Secondary by 4 wickets. Christ Church won the toss and elected to bat but they could only manage 149 all out in 26.1 overs with Aaron Beharry scoring 37 while Alphius Bookie made 35.
In reply, St Stanislaus College got to their target in 24.4 overs while losing 6 wickets in the process. Kennard Moonsammy and Terrence Singh led the run chase with a well played 48 not out and 33 not out respectively. Bowling for Christ Church, Junior Phillips had 4/32.
Matches continue Monday November 16, 2015 in the South Georgetown Zone as Freeburg Secondary play Central High School at Everest and South Ruimveldt comes up against Lodge High School. In the West Bank Demarara Zone, Goed Fortuin Secondary takes on Unique Academy at Wales.