Park Rangers got past Wellman, while Azaz Azeez starred as Wolf Warriors thrashed Tony’s X1 in quarterfinal matches, last Sunday, 30th March, in the Trophy Stall sponsored softball tournament, played at the Cyril Potter College ground.
Wellman batting first rattled up 208 off their 20 overs. Lloyd Rooplall top scored with 45 and Samlall supported with 36. Mark Fung and Ricky Persaud took two wickets each. The Park Team then raced to 209 for 3 off 17.4 overs, thanks to Ron Ramnauth’s brilliant 109. Mark Fung made 45 and S. Massiah 36. Park Rangers won by 8 wickets.
Wolf Warriors then demolished the youthful Tony’s X1 by 136 runs. Led by Azaz Azeez with a blistering 97, Wolf Warriors posted a challenging 232 for 8 off 20 overs.
A Nizamudin scored 45 and Amrit Rai chipped in with 29. K. Jailall took 3 for 46. Tony’s X1 were bowled out for 96. A. Zamin did the damage with 4 for 19 and Dharam Persaud took 2 for 29.
Success Masters def. Frontliners by 60 runs. Success batting first did well to score 201 for 8 off 20 overs. K. Ramnauth led the way with 65. Raghunandan Narine took 2 for 36 for Frontliners who replied with 141 all out. Rudy Rodrigues top scored with 36. R. Mayors bowled well to snare 4 for 23.
Trophy Stall A overcame Country Side by 46 runs. Trophy Stall A raised 213 for 8 off 20 overs, thanks to scores of 53 from S. Budhu, 35 from M. Dutchin and 34 from J. Deosaran. R. Gomes picked up 3 for 44 for Country Side who got to 167 for 9, when their overs expired. L Karim made 37 and Ramlakhan 25. S. Budhu took 3 for 31.
Farm gained a walk from Trophy Stall B.
Floodlights and Parika Defenders will square off tomorrow night from 6:00pm at the DCC ground to decide the fourth team to the Masters semi-finals set for Sunday 6th April.
In the Open semi- finals Wolf Warriors will take on Trophy Stall A, while Regal will play Farm from 9:00am to see which two will take on Smith X1 and Die Hard of Essequibo from 1:00pm the same day to determine who makes it to the Grand Finals slated for Sunday 13th April.
The Open semi-final matches are on the 6th of April at Bourda starting 9:30AM.
The Masters Semi-finals will be played at DCC on Saturday 12th April under Floodlights. The Finals are set for Saturday April 26th under floodlight at the DCC Ground.
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