A fine all round performance by Rickey Sergeant guided Regal to a five-wicket victory over Farm when the Rafman Ali softball tournament continued recently with quarterfinal action.
Playing in the open category Farm batted first and managed 143-4 in 15 overs. Safraz Esau claimed 3-20 and Sergeant 2-17. Regal replied with 144-5 in 12 overs. Sergeant slammed 44 and Richard Latiff 20.
Wolf’s Warriors thumped KK Warriors by three wickets, KK Warriors were bowled out for 119 with Roy Persaud scoring 78. Wolf’s Warriors responded with 125-7. Amrit Rai led with 52. Speed Boat overcame Builders Lumber Yard by 47 runs. Speed Boat scored 175-9 in 15 overs, batting first. Builders Lumber Yard were restricted for 128-7 in reply.
Trophy Stall thumped Country Side by five wickets. Country Side managed 161-7in 15 overs after taking first strike. Trophy Stall replied with 164-5. Fazal Rafiek made 42.
In the over 40 division, Park Rangers beat Fazal Khayume XI by nine runs, Uitvlugt Masters lost to Sundies Masters by four runs, Industry Super Kings went down to Regal Masters by 20 runs and Parika Defenders trounced Andrew Arts by 46 runs.
Regal will play Speed Boat and Wolf’s Warriors will tackle Trophy Stall in the open semifinals while Regal Masters will face Sundies Masters and Park Rangers will take on Parika Defenders in the over 40 semis at Everest on Sunday.
The competition is being sponsored by Regal Stationery and Computer Centre, Trophy Stall, Andrew Arts, H. Singh Trucking Service, Memorex, Guyana Rice Development Board, Ramees’ Electrical and David Poultry Farm.
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