Wolf Warriors and Regal through to Open final
Wolf Warriors defeated Trophy Stall A and Regal trashed Farm in the semi-finals of the Trophy Stall sponsored Softball Cricket tournament at the GCC ground, Bourda, last Sunday.
Wolf Warriors batting first against Trophy Stall A and posted 194 all out off their 20 overs. Mohamed Karim 33 and Safraz Karim 29 were the main scorers. S. Budhu took 3 for 17 and Fazal Rafeek 2 for 30 for Trophy Stall.
Trophy Stall A were then restricted to 133 all out off 15 overs. S. Budhu made 35. Azad Azeez 4 for 7, Narine Bailey 3 for 28 and Ammer Nizamidin 3 for 29, were the destroyers. Wolf Warriors won by 61 runs.
In the other match, Regal were too good for Farm, prevailing by 133 runs. Regal rattled up 212 for 9 off their 20 overs. F. Esau led the way with 52, Ricky Sargeant 30. For Farm, K. Joseph 27, M. Ayume 25 and R. Latiff 23, L. Marks took 4 for 52 and B. Ramsarran 2 for 30. Farm in reply were bundled out for 79 off 12.4 overs. A. Aziz was 26 not out at the end. M. Bob took 4 for 25 and Latiff 2 for 13.
The Masters semi-finals, along with the remaining female qualifying matches and female semi-finals will be played on Saturday 12th of April at the DCC ground from 3:00pm and continue under floodlights.
In the qualifying match, 4R Lioness will take on Fazal Kayume Angels in the first game. The two female semi-finals will be played at 5:45pm. Pitch 2: Wellwoman will play Karibee Strikers of Berbice, and on Pitch 1: Trophy Stall Angels will take on the winner of the 4R Lioness versus Fazal Kayume Angels.
In the Masters 40 years and Over semi-finals at 7:00pm on #1 pitch, Floodlights will take on Park Rangers and on #2 pitch, Industry Super Kings will do battle with Success Masters. The finals are slated for Saturday 26th April under floodlights at the DCC ground, Queenstown.
Results in the 4th quarterfinal playoff: Floodlights def. Parika Defenders by 7 wickets, last Friday night under floodlights at the DCC ground.
Defenders batting first were bowled out for 134 off 19.5 overs. K. Persaud scored 33, while S. Blacks supported with 29. John Sumir, C. Canterbery, R. Narine and Rahaman Khan took two wickets each for Floodlights, who replied with 136 for 4 off 16 overs. J. Sumir led the way with 33 (5 x 6), Wayne Jones 23 not out, Lalta Gainda 23 and Ramesh Narine 21.
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