Success Masters turned in a superb all round performance to defeat Max Masters and claim a quarterfinal berth when play in the 4R Masters Cup and Females Softball cricket tournament continued on Sunday July 25 last.
Success Masters called correctly and inserted Max Masters XI limiting them to a meager 82 all out in 19.4 overs. Vinod Lall (13) was the only batsman to reach double figures in an otherwise pathetic performance by Max Masters X1.
Skipper of the winning team, Rafman Alli bowled 4 tight overs including 2 maidens and snared 2 wickets for a meager 9 runs. He was well supported by Bharat Mulla (2-11 from 4 overs).
Success Masters started their reply aggressively, clobbering 20 runs in the first over. Hakim Majeed was also in a deadly mood with a swashbuckling unbeaten 46. Captain, Rafman Alli also contributed with 25 runs off 12 balls in a partnership of 50 to finalize the victory, 88-3 in 8.3 overs.
Earlier Regal Masters Team destroyed Parika/Hydronie SC XI by 8 wickets after former Berbice Inter-County player Jagernauth Bhoj lashed a blistering unbeaten 74 to bolster his team’s total of 111-2 in 10.2 overs. Regal Masters were replying to an earlier total of 110-7 made by Parika/Hydronie. Shafeek Mohamed (26) top scored for the eventual losers before returning with the ball to take 2-16 from 2 overs. Debutant Berbician, Troy Kippins bowled with real pace to take 2-8 from 4 overs with support from Mahesh Chunilall (2-13 from his 4 overs).
Meanwhile the competition continues this weekend with Success up against Everest CC Masters XI at DCC Ground and Industry Super Kings coming up against Savage XI at 10:00 and 13:00hrs respectively.
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