Led by a fine all-round performance from Ameer Khan, Farm defeated Mahabir Cambio by 25 runs in the final of the five-over 7-a-side softball knock out competition which was contested in the wee hours of Morning at Farm, East Bank Demerara.
The right-handed Khan struck one four and three sixes in a top score of 30 to guide his team to a challenging 79-7, batting first.
Opener Greg Singh made 21 with one four and two sixes as A. Dindyal took two wickets and Rickey Sargeant one.
Mahabir Cambio, who drew the bye to the final, were restricted for 54-4 in reply.
Sargeant slammed three sixes and three fours in scoring 40 as Khan picked up 2-10 and Singh 1-4.
Khan was named man-of-the-match, while Sergeant was voted the Most Valuable Player and was also the batsman with the most runs in the tournament. Beepaul Bandoo took the best bowler award, while Singh claimed the best batsman prize.
Farm overcame Brandon Seven by 41 runs in the lone semi final. Farm took first strike and managed 91-1. Greg Singh scored 55, while Ameer Khan made 32. Brandon Seven responded with 50-2.
Six teams took part in the competition and among the sponsors were L. Mahabir and Sons Cambio and Patrick Khan.
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