-Browne strokes maiden cen­tury for MSC

Stabroek News Sunday - - SPORT - By Roys­ton Alkins

Po­lice Sports Club (PSC) col­lected first in­nings points and ended day one of their Ge­orge­town Cricket As­so­ci­a­tion, Noble House Seafoods two-day con­test against the Guyana De­fence Force (GDF) in the as­cen­dancy at the Po­lice Sports Club (PSC) Ground.

The law­men, af­ter bundling out GDF for 138, ended the day on 171 for 1, 33 runs ahead of their coun­ter­parts head­ing into to­day’s fi­nal day.

Paul Tyn­dall was the spine of the in­nings and was left un­beaten on a cal­cu­lated 81 at the end of the day’s play af­ter lac­ing nine fours and three max­i­mums.

He shared in a 120-run open­ing stand with Regi­nald Ro­drigues, who posted 55 be­fore he was dis­missed by Damion Wal­drum.

Ke­mol Sa­vory then joined Tyn­dall and saw their side to a po­si­tion of dom­i­nance at the close.

Ear­lier, GDF, af­ter win­ning the toss and elect­ing to bat, were found want­ing as seamer Ke­ston Har­court (3-19) got a few early in­roads to leave the in­nings wob­bling at 63 for five.

Off-spin­ner, Ja­son Heyliger com­pleted the rout, run­ning through the mid­dle or­der to end with fig­ures of 5-38 from 10 overs as GDF were dis­missed for 138.

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