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GEORGETOWN, Guyana - West Indies player Narsingh Deonarine starred with the ball as hosts Albion beat South Essequibo by four wickets Friday to advance to the final of the National 40-overs Division One final.

Deonarine, sending down his steady off-spin, undermined South Essequibo with a spell of four for 38 to send the visitors tumbling for 126.

Albion, the defending champions, then stuttered to 91 for six before recovering to reach 128 for six off 28 overs. They will meet the Georgetown Cricket Club in the final of the competition at the Guyana National Stadium Sunday.

Former Under-19 player Norwayne Fredericks scored 58 for South Essequibo but the last five wickets tumbled for 12 runs as West Indies Under-19 left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul (2-15) and leg-spinner Davendra Bishoo (2-25) also got among the wickets.

In Albion's innings, West Indies batsman Sewnarine Chattergoon top-scored with 27 while Guyana Twenty20 star Imran Khan made 21.

Under-19 batsman Jonathan Foo and Bishoo both scored 17 as they added 37 in an unfinished seventh wicket stand to see their team home.

Fredericks took three for 28 with his off-spin to follow up his half-century.

In the other semi-final at Bourda, GCC beat Rose Hall Town by six wickets.

Rose Hall Town reached 169 for eight in 40 overs as Royston Crandon hit a 49-ball 45 while former West Indies Under-19 captain Andre Percival made an unbeaten 36.

Crandon, who reached the boundary four times and cleared it once, added 53 with senior team batsman Assad Fudadin (14) for the fourth wicket to revive Rose Hall Town after they had slipped to 47 for three.

Former Test pacer Reon King took two for 28 for GCC who reached 170 for four in the penultimate over with Under-19 left-hander Vishal Singh making an unbeaten 48 with six boundaries.

Batsman Leon Johnson contributed 43 and added 77 for the fourth wicket with Singh.
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