Linden Softball Cricket League T10 competition continued on Sunday last at the Bayroc ground with Sunrise, Bad Boys, Hill Foot Vipers and Kairuni being among the winners.
In Game one of action last weekend, Kairuni squeezed past Pacesetters by 2 runs. Kairuni amassed 111-4 in 9.4 overs. Sonnel Griffith top scored with 45 (2×4 4×6) and Andy Daniels 24. Shawn Adams and Andel Mendonca took one wicket each for Pacesetters who in response could only muster 109-5 off their 10 overs.
Top scorer Delon Williams with 65 decorated with 8 fours and 1 six while Leon Moseley hit 25 (3×4 1×6). Carlos Hall bagged 2 for 22 in 2 overs for the winners. In the lone female game, Sunrise got the better of All Stars Conquerors by 3 runs. Batting first Sunrise made 108-6 in 10 overs.
Top scorer Romona Stellingburg made 36 and Basmattie Randeo 16. Allison Duncan bagged 2-19 in 2 overs. All Star Conquerors could only manage 105-2 in 10 overs. Charlene Belle 48 and Malinda Jeffers 25 were the principal scorers.
In the third game, Speightland Challengers were hammered by Hill Foot Vipers by 10 wickets. Batting first Speightland Challengers were bowled out for 128 10 overs. Desmond Spinner top scored with 51 (2×4 6×6); Vicky Raghubeer bagged 4-24 in 2 overs.
Hill Foot Vipers romped to victory at 132 without losing a wicket in 6.1 overs. Avinash Mahabir led the way with 65 (2×4 8×6) and Lantie Hinds 53 (2×4 7×6) orchestrated the win. Game four saw Bad Boys thumping Pacesetters by 8 wickets.
Batting first, Pacesetters were sent packing for 64 in 10 overs; Lester Thom 10 and Delon Williams were the joint top scorers with 13 apiece. The main destroyer with the ball was Bodie Bridgelall with 4-9 in 2 overs. In reply, Bad Boys eased to victory at 65-2 needing just 5.3 overs. Eon Reddock led with 25 and Deon Belle 14.
Game Five, Hill Foot Vipers defeated Bad Boys by 61 runs. Batting first Hill Foot Vipers posted 160-6 in 10 overs. Ruel Alleyne slammed 50 (2×4 5×6) and Lantie Hinds 37 (1×4 5×6). Calvin Charles took 3-24 in 2 overs.
In reply Bad Boys could only manage 99-9 off their 10 overs; the batsmen found it difficult to negotiate the Hill Foot Vipers bowling, only Dodie Bridgelall 12 and Eon Reddock 10 manged double figures. Game six saw Sun Run winning by a walk over from Kairuni.
Matches will continue this weekend at the same venue. (Jacquey Bourne)
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