Apr 22, 2016 Sports
Mohamed Rafeek struck an unbeaten 101 to give Superior Woods a 31-run victory over Floodlights when the Wolf’s Memorial Softball tournament continued on Sunday. Rafeek got support from Dennis Mangru with 59 as Superior Woods posted 202-3, batting first at Carifesta Sports Complex.
Floodlight were limited to 171-8 in reply. Ricky Deonarine made 31 while Imtiaz Mohamed and Rabindra Singh made 30 each and Yunnis Yusuf 28; Rudolph Mayers claimed 4-28. Wellman overcame Wolf Warriors Masters by nine wickets. Wolf Warriors took first strike and were bowled out for 81.
S. Narine got 20; Greg De Franca snared 4-12 and Lakeram Singh 2-10. Wellman responded with 82-1 in 9.5 overs. De Franca made 37 not out and Latchman Kallicharran an unbeaten 24. Tropical Springs beat Enterprise Legends by five wickets. Enterprise Legends took first knock and scored 165-7.
Narine Roopdeo struck 57 and Nirmal Singh 34; Rahaman Khan snared 3-16. Tropical Springs got to 166-5 in 18 overs in reply. Baldeo Muller made 43; Sahadeo Budhu contributed 39 not out and Lalta Gainda 22. S. Mohamed took 2-23.
Regal Masters thumped Parika Defenders by 129 runs. Regal posted 211, taking first strike. Eon Abel slammed 59 not out while Mahase Chunilall made 58. Parika Defenders were skittled for 82 in reply. Tony Singh bagged 5-38.
Wolf Warriors triumphed over Untouchables by 94 runs. Batting first, Wolf Warriors scored 137 all out. Safraz Karim stroked 85; Asif Illahi took 2-44 and Sadique Yusuf 2-44. Untouchables were sent packing for 73 in response. Narine Bailey had 2-9, Diaram Ramnauth 2-12 and Ricky Sergeant 2-17.
Speedboat defeated Regal by 105 runs. Speedboat rattled up 181 all out in 19.4 overs. R. Persaud made 41 and Anand Bharat 27. Regal were bowled out for 76 in 12.4 overs in reply. Greg Singh had 3-15.
Albion Masters beat Fisherman Masters by 13 runs. Albion scored 194-8, taking first knock. Veerapen Moonsammy made 40, John Sumir 30 and Jaga Bojh 24; Ishwar Singh had 3-28 and Lionel Persaud 2-30. Fisherman fell for 180 in reply.
I. Persaud got 29; Moonsammy had 3-30 and Bojh 2-23. H S Masters trounced Savage Masters by nine wickets. Savage were bowled out for 87, taking first knock. Ricky Persaud had 3-9 and Eddie Barlow 2-16. H S Masters replied with 88-1 in nine overs. Danny Mohanram scored 40 and Barlow 39 not out.
In the female category, Wellwoman beat Blue Divas by seven wickets. Blue Divas managed 80 all out in 14.1 overs. Haseena Mohamed snared 3-22 and Susan Davanand 2-12. Wellwoman responded with 81-3 in 7.1 overs. Joan Vansertima struck 43 not out.
4R Lioness overcame Enterprise Divas by 75 runs. 4R Lioness amounted to 177-3, taking first turn at the crease. Tenesha Trotman struck an unbeaten 80 while Tamica Wilson scored 62 not out. Nafiza Mohamed had 3-8. Enterprise were restricted to 102-6 in reply. Ashley Singh made 17.
The competition continues on Sunday with Regal facing LOL Woodworking at 09:30 hrs and Wolf’s Warriors playing Regal at 12:30 hrs on pitch one at CPCE ground. On pitch two Regal Masters will take on Wolf’s Warriors Masters at 09:30 hrs and Parika Defenders will battle Enterprise Legends at 12:30 hrs at the said venue.
At the Carifesta Sports Complex ground, Superior Woods will face H S Masters at 09:30 hrs and Savage will play Fisherman at 12:30 hrs on pitch one. Speed XI will take on Speedboat at 09:30 hrs while Untouchables will play Speed XI at 12:30 hrs on pitch three.
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