Regal All Stars and Masters’ teams will be aware of the challenges when they depart Guyana shortly to defend their New York Softball Cricket League Independence Cup Masters and Open titles.
The tournament is set to be played on June 30, July 1 and July 2 at Roy Wilkins Park. Regal who won the Open and Masters’ titles in the Florida Cup 2016 have named their teams for both categories.
Teams – Regal All Stars; Fazal Rafiek (Capt.), Richard Latif, Navin Singh, Sachin Singh, Rohit Dutchin, Sewchand Budhu, Safraz Esau, Marvin Babb, Delroy Perreira, Amir Nizamudeen, Patrick Rooplall, Privnauth Motilall and Davindra Ramnauth. Parmanand Persaud (Manager).
Masters; Troy Kippins (Capt.), Mahendra Hardyal, Mohendra Arjune, David Harper, Eric Thomas, Mahase Chunilall, Eon Abel, Fazleem Mohamed, Rudolph Baker, Laurie Singh, Abdool Samad, Parsram Persaud, Shaun Massiah and Rudy Rodrigues. Clyde Butts (Manager). Inderjeet Persaud (Media liaison.)
Regal All Stars defeated the New York All Stars to win last year’s final. After restricting the home team to 194, Regal were precariously placed at 67-7, but recovered through an excellent partnership between Richard Latif and Safraz Esau to win the title. Latif scored 70 and Esau 67 not out.
Regal Masters defeated Floodlights to win the Masters category. Floodlights managed 151 batting first and Regal Masters responded with 152-5 with Mahendra Hardyal scoring 52 and Eric Thomas 36.
Meanwhile, the management would like to thank Ricks and Sari, MYO, GNIC SC, Crown Mining, Grey Wolf Resources, Top Brandz, Star Party Rentals, Elegant Jewellery and Pawn Shop, Veisa Stationery Cologne Panama, Quick Stationery Panama, HC Furnishing Panama, Mae’s Shopping Centre Cologne Panama, Regal Sport, Regal Stationery and Computer Centre and fans for their support.
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