… Ramdass blasts century in semifinalTHE No.72 Cut and Load ground in the Upper Corentyne area would be a hive of activity tomorrow, as the vibrant Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) hosts the final of the Guyana National Newspapers Ltd/Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club, 100 balls tournament. Twenty-four clubs started the popular tournament and tomorrow’s final is expected to attract a large crowd.Dulestown defeated No.64 Fighting Marines by 71 runs at the Scottsburg ground while No.72 All Stars crushed No.70 Spartans by 9 wickets at the No.72 Cut and Load ground to reach the final.At the Scottsburg ground, Dukestown batted first and amassed 141-7 off their 100 balls with Errol Byass top-scoring with 38, while C. Beresford 26 and J. Byass 24 offered support. Shiraz Khan, Ramzan Subhan, Charles France, Davendra Budhoo and Leonard Sandy each took a wicket for No.64 Fighting Marines. In response, No.64 Fighting Marines were bowled out for 70, as only Ramzan Subhan 16 and Charles France 16 reached double figures. Wayne Garnett 3-18, Errol Byass 3-7, Jermaine Reid 2-8 and Vandam Narine 2-17 were the successful bowlers for Dukestown.At the Cut and Load ground, No.70 Spartans were bowled out for 122 with T. Rangaram 24, T. Ramoutar 25, A. Persaud 39 and S. Wazar 18 being the principal scorers. T. Baichan was the successful bowler with 4-17. Ryan Ramdass then tore into the hapless No.70 Spartans’ bowling attack to score a brutal 103 with eight boundaries and eleven massive sixes to lead his team to 124-1 from 9.4 overs. P. Chatterpaul was a spectator to Ramdass’ assault and was left on 11 not out. N. Yacoob took 1-43.BCB president Hilbert Foster along with General Manager (ag) of Guyana National Newspapers Limited, Donna Todd, would share out the prizes after the game.