THE Enmore Community Centre Cricket Club ‘A’ team dethroned Lusignan ‘A’ in the final of the SPR Enterprise 40-over competition, yesterday, at their home ground.The 43-run victory was registered due to a combination of good spin bowling and a solid ninth-wicket partnership (65 runs) between Vishwanath Ramlakhan and Ranjeet Hiralall.The pair came together at 99-8 after Enmore had won the toss and opted to take first strike.Hiralall, who remained unbeaten, played the supporting role well as he scored 19 of his 27 runs in singles. Ramlakhan, on the other hand, was more assertive, which propelled him to 67.The top-order batsman clobbered four fours and two sixes in his man-of-the-match innings, to lift his side to 186 in 38.5 overs.Earlier, the visitors had managed to peg back the middle and lower order of the home team. Rajpaul Basdeo did the damage. The left-arm spinner nabbed 5-20 from his eight overs. Support came from Rajindra Naikbaran, who spun his way to 2-36 from his eight overs.THE CHASEFormer West Indies President XI cricketer, Krishna Deosaran, led from the front with a half-century in the chase. He and opener Steve Ramdass looked solid in the early stages of the innings, but after Ramdass fell for 20 (3x4s), the floodgates opened with off spinners Yeuraj Dyal and Chris Surat combining for 7-49.Dyal, who dominated the middle and lower order, finished with 4-29 from eight overs, while Surat finished with 3-20 from 6.4.Deosaran kept the visitors’ hopes alive until the 36th over, but when he fell, the pendulum swung fully in the home team’s favour. The former national U-19 cricketer finished with 69 runs (1x4s, 3x6s).This 2019 final was initially scheduled for December, but rain restricted play.The victory is number two for ECCCC. They won the first year of the competition in 2016, while Fairfield won in 2017, before Lusignan won in 2018.