Floodlights were crowned champions of the Trophy Stall Softball competition after defeating Wellman by 30 runs in the final which was contested on Sunday last at DCC. Unnis Yusuf struck a fine 59 and got support from Anil Beharry 22 as Floodlights posted 121-9 off their allocation of 20 overs, batting first. Jagdesh Persaud claimed 3-21 and Latchman Kallicharran 2-11.
Wellman were restricted for 91-8 in reply. Nandram Samlall made 22 not out; Imtiaz Mohamed claimed 2-6, Rabindra Singh 2-17 and Anil Beharry 2-22.
Floodlights overcame Fisherman XI by 39 runs in their semifinal encounter. Floodlights took first strike and posted 141-8; Rabindra Singh slammed 71 and Ricky Deonarine 24. Fisherman XI were limited to 102-9 in response. Ramo Malone made 24; Ramesh Sunich captured 3-0 and Imtiaz Mohamed 2-12.
Wellman got the better of Savage by nine wickets in the other semifinal game. Savage batted first and got to 98-8. Seeraj Bhimsain scored 43 as Wayne Jones picked up 4-11 and Nandram Samlall 2-20. Wellman replied with 100-1 in nine overs. Sheldon Bovell got 49 not out and Eon Lovell 41.
Meanwhile, the teams will journey to Hydronie ground on the East Bank of Essequibo on Sunday for a four-team tournament organised by Wayne Jones. Flooglights, Wellman and Fisherman XI will join Parika Defenders. Action gets underway at 09:30hrs.
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