INTERZONE CHAMPS: The South East Under-19 team celebrate after beating Central Under-19 in the TTCB InterZone Under-19 final at the National Cricket Centre on Sunday.

SOUTH EAST clinched the Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board InterZone Under-19 title in the final at the National Cricket Centre in Balmain, Couva on Sunday and, in the process, denied Central Zone an historic sweep of the local youth competitions this season.

Batting first, South East, led by 51 from Brandon Singh, posted 154 all out off their innings which had been reduced to 28 overs. In reply, Central, who had already bagged the Under-13, Under-15 and Under-17 trophies this season, reached 103 for seven when their overs ran out.

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