Dec 05, 2018 Sports
Led by a fine batting performance from Ruth George, Trophy Stall Angels registered consecutive victories when the Back to Eden, Permaul’s Trading, Khan’s Trading and Trophy Stall softball cricket competition continued recently.
In their first encounter at Malteenoes Sports Club, Trophy Stall Angels defeated Swan Strikers by 48 runs. Trophy Stall Angels batted first and managed 144-6 off their allocation of 15 overs. Ruth George struck 90. Swan Strikers were bowled out for 96 in reply. Aneisa Persaud claimed 2-18, Matana Cambridge 2-21 and Alicia Allen 2-27.
Trophy Stall Angels overcame 4R Lioness by 16 runs. Trophy Stall Angels took first strike and posted 143-6 in 15 overs. George scored 47 while Malinda Jeffers made 35 and Allen 21. 4R Lioness were restricted for 127-2 in response.
Swan Strikers defeated Wellwoman by four wickets. Wellwoman scored 126-6 in 15 overs, batting first. Joan Vansertima got 33 and Amanda Bobsemple 23; W. Davidson captured 3-27. Swan Strikers replied with 128-6 in 14.4 overs. Avina Adrian made 43 as D. Jagdeo and Sherry Ann Fraser picked up two wickets each.
4 R Lioness overcame Wellwoman by 12 runs. 4 R Lioness mustered 58-1 off their reduced quota of seven overs, taking first turn in the middle. Akaze Thompson made 20 not out. Wellwoman were limited to 46-5 in reply. Kaysia Schultz had 2-9.
At Jai Hind ground in Albion, Regal Masters defeated Albion Masters by 49 runs. Regal Masters rattled up 188-6 in 20 overs, taking first knock. Mahase Chunilall stroked 51, Eric Thomas 45 and Samuel Kingston 25. Albion Masters were bowled out for 139 in 16.4 overs in reply. Krista Sammy made 29 as Tyrone Sanasie bagged 4-23, David
Harper 2-0 and Saheed Mohamed 2-16.
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