Apr 06, 2011 Sports
The remaining quarter-final places have been decided following the completion of the Super 16 stage of this year’s GT&T 10/10 Softball Cricket Competition on Sunday, at the Everest Sports Club.
The teams advancing to the quarters are: (Men)- Celebrity Times, Universal Solutions, Trophy Stall, Regal XI, Adventure Sports Club, Affiance Storm, Sandust XI and Wolf Warriors, while for the (Women)- Wakapoa, Rising Stars XI, Falcon Girls, Trophy Stall Angels, Lusignan Street Warriors, Berbice All Stars, MTWTFFS Warriors and Mike’s Wellwomen have made it through to Saturday where the matches will be played at Everest Sports Club.
In action at Everest on Sunday:
(Men)- Celebrity Times defeated Mahaica Raiders by 7 wickets.
Taking first strike, Mahaica Raiders reached 120-3 off the allotted overs with Marvin Babb smashing an unbeaten 65 which contained 5 towering sixes and 4 fours.
In reply, Celebrity Times knocked off the runs, ending on 123-3. Farouk Hussain made 65 and was later named Man-of-the-Match.
Universal Solutions Tigers then beat farm XI by 6 wickets.
Farm XI made 81-6.
Universal Solutions in reply, closed on 82-4 with Alvin Gobin hitting 24 off 13balls including 4 boundaries.
He was later named Man-of-the-Match.
Trophy Stall beat Platinum Jaguars of Lethem by 95 runs.
Trophy Stall compiled 134-5 with Randy Ketwaroo belting a quickfire 36 from 13 balls laced with 3 maximums and 4 fours.
Platinum Jaguars in reply, were dismissed for a paltry 39. Ketwaroo returned to snare 3-2.
Regal XI then defeated Berbice Titans by 35 runs.
Regal XI made 107-3 with Lakeram Roopnarine hitting 38 not out.
Berbice Titans in reply, were bowled out for 72. Premnauth Motilall grabbed 3-12.
In the Women’s segment-
Lusignan Street Warriors eased past Corriverton Queens by 9 wickets.
Corriverton Queens reached 67-8 with Christina Matheson hitting 32.
Lusignan Street Warriors in reply, 68-1 with Dawn Nicholas stroking 37 with 5 fours and a solitary six to be named Player-of-the-Match.
Berbice All Stars beat Mahaica Queens by 53 runs.
Berbice All Stars made 95-1 with Trishanie Cort slamming an unbeaten 52, while Umala Bramdit hit 38 not out.
Mahaica Queens in their turn at the crease were routed for 42.
West Indies player Shemaine Campbell picked up 4 wickets, while Cort was voted Player-of-the-Match.
MTWTFFS Warriors defeated 4R Lioness by 6 wickets.
4R Lioness made 82-5 with Amanda Jagdeo contributing 22, while Sue Depolitte bagged 2-10.
MTWTFFS Warriors in response reached 83-4.
Mike’s Wellwomen then beat Victorious Warriors by 26 runs.
Mike’s Wellwomen made 94-3 with Player-of-the-Match Joanne Van Sertima hittg 53 from 31 balls laced with 5 fours, while Onica Wallerson supported with 34 not out.
Victorious Warriors win reply, ended on 68-7.
Meanwhile, the Organisers are expecting an even bigger turnout on Saturday which will precede the finals set for the following day, at the Guyana National Stadium.
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