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Solozano tons help East U-19s whip North East

By Roger Seepersad

Back to back centuries from Jeremy Solozano led East to a comprehensive seven-wicket win over North East in the BG Trinidad and Tobago InterZone Under-19 match at Honeymoon Park, El Dorado yesterday.

Solozano, who slammed 103 not out in the first innings, duplicated the score in the second to help East reach 166 for three.

He faced just 60 balls for his century, slamming 18 fours.

North East were dismissed for 120 in their first innings with Triston Singh taking eight for 36. Solozano’s first ton of the match led the hosts to 161 for one declared before North East were restricted to 206 for nine in their second innings yesterday, setting the hosts 166 to win with just 22 overs left in the day's play.

East made the required runs in 20.4 overs thanks to Solozano's quick ton. 

 

Summarised Scores:

 

North East 120 (Warren Phillip 51, Darion Ramdhenny 33, Triston Singh 8/36, Vikash Mohan 2/23) & 206/9 (Randy Ramlogan 59, Darion Ramdhenny 29, Warren Phillip 27, Nicholas Nancco 25; Tevon Jadoo 2/11, Vikash Mohan 2/38, Shameer Muradali 2/30, Brian Christmas 2/30) vs East 161/1 dec. (Jeremy Solozano 103 n.o., Shaquille McDavid 50 n.o) & 166/3 (Jeremy Solozano 103 n.o., Shaquille McDavid 25) — East won by 7 wkts

 

Central 192 (Justin Joseph 39, Jason Batson 33, Kamil Pooran 26; Justin Persad 4/32, Quane Ragoonanan 2/17) & 266 (Bryan Charles 69, Jason Batson 57, Kamil Pooran 39; Oakley Marcano 5/39, Justin Persad 2/64) vs South-East 163 (Gabriel Blackwell 47, Brian Pegus 46; Christopher Vincent 7/37, Kyle Lee 2/29) & 40/3 — Match drawn

 

South 192 (Jordan Samkaran 51, Keron Kanhai 43, Jovan Ali 41, Camron Bukhal 5/32) & 172/7 dec (Dillon Mohammed 54 n.o., Joshua Garcia 38, Jordan Samkaran 22) vs South West 113 (Stephen Gilbert 30, Romel Rampersad 22; Chaz Harrypersad 5/11, Jordan Samkaran 2/17) & 148/4 (Stephan Seepersad 58; Jovan Ali 2/11) — Match drawn

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