Summary of scores For Week #4, Sunday June 13th, 2010

Steve Massiah returned to the local scene with a bang after touring Bermuda with USA team, hitting 119 not out and taking 3 for 24.

Ramdeen Sports vs. United Sports
United Sports batted first and scored 179 runs for the loss of 1 wicket in their allotted 20 Overs. USA national cricket captain, Steve Massiah, scored a brilliant Century, 119 not out. His inning was decorated with 19 four’s and 1 six. He shared an opening partnership of 116 runs with Ganesh Ramsingh, who contributed 27 runs. Trevor Singh was the other batsman with 10 not out. Bowling for Ramdeen Sports: F. Hussein picked-up the lone wickets.
Ramdeen Sports made a strong reply of 172 for the loss of 6 wickets in their allotted 20 Overs. N.Rampersaud 54 runs, S. Rampersaud 47 runs not out and F. Hussein 28 runs. Bowling for United Sports: Steve Massiah 3 wkts for 24 runs. B. Ramkhellawan, S. Lorick and G. Phillips also picked up 1 wicket each.
Result: United Sports won by 7 runs.

Brooklyn Queens vs. Hempstead
Hempstead batted first and scored 141 runs for the loss of 5 wickets. Andy Harricharan 54 runs, Peter DaSilva 25, Bahadur 21, Alvin 18 and Johnny Lall 16 not out. Bowling for Brooklyn Queens: M. Ramdeo 2 wkts, N. Rampersad and K. Roopnarine 1 wkt each.
In reply Brooklyn Queens made 143 runs for the loss of 8 wickets. N. Rampersad 57 runs,  K. Roopnarine 25 runs not out,  Pino 14 runs not out and R. Samuel 10 runs.
Result: Brooklyn Queens won by 2 wickets.

Breakaway vs. West Demerara
Breakaway batted first and scored 137 runs. Narine Persaud 37 runs, Navin Roopnarine 28 runs, Randy Guness 23 and Kristoff Narine 19 runs. Bowling for West Demerara: T. Singh 4 wkts for 22  runs, N. Singh 3 wkts for 17 runs.
West Demerara, in reply, made 89 runs all out. Andrea Persaud 23 runs and T. Singh 20 runs. Bowling for Breakaway: Gregory Stafford 4 wkts for 28 runs and Randy Nurse 4 wkts for 6 runs.
Result: Breakaway had won by 48 runs.

Vikings vs. International