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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.