GFSCA in 2011

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News about GFSCA in 2011

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1 03-Jan-2012 GFSCA: 2011 Was A Good Year
2 13-Dec-2011 Bakewell Softball Finals
3 12-Dec-2011 Regal, Mike’s Wellwoman Win
4 09-Dec-2011 Bakewell Softball Finals This Sunday
5 02-Dec-2011 Bakewell Softball Finals Dec 11
6 19-Nov-2011 Thanks From GFSCA
7 14-Nov-2011 Congrats From Florida Hurricanes
8 11-Nov-2011 Bakewell Results For 6 and 7 Nov
9 10-Nov-2011 Congrats From SFSCL (South Florida)
10 10-Nov-2011 Congrats From NYSCL (New York)
11 09-Nov-2011 Congrats From DANT Sports Club
12 09-Nov-2011 Congrats From New York President XI
13 09-Nov-2011 Congrats From Canadian Beavers
14 08-Nov-2011 Congrats From Softball Cricket International, Miami
15 05-Nov-2011 Bedi Ramjewan Honoured At Guyana Softball Cup
16 02-Nov-2011 Guyana Softball Cup I A Success
17 02-Nov-2011 It Was A Fantastic Tournament
18 01-Nov-2011 Regal Masters, Cotton Field Wild Oats Champions
19 01-Nov-2011 Mike’s Wellwoman Outshine Trophy Stall Angels
20 31-Oct-2011 Regal Masters And Cotton Field Wild Oats Victorious
21 30-Oct-2011 Local Teams Through To Finals
22 29-Oct-2011 Deosaran Slams Ton In Guyana Cup
23 27-Oct-2011 Guyana/Masters Cups Schedule
24 25-Oct-2011 Seonarine and Deopaul Bringing NYSCL To Guyana
25 25-Oct-2011 Bakewell Results For 23 Oct
26 22-Oct-2011 Guyana Softball Cup Is This Weekend
27 20-Oct-2011 Bakewell Results For 16 Oct
28 19-Oct-2011 Plans Progressing Well
29 18-Oct-2011 Guyana/Masters Cup Update
30 15-Oct-2011 DANT’s XI Ready To Battle In Guyana
31 14-Oct-2011 Guyana/Masters Cups Rules
32 12-Oct-2011 Bakewell Results For 9 Oct
33 05-Oct-2011 Bakewell Results For 2 Oct
34 01-Oct-2011 GFSCA To Host International Softball
35 01-Oct-2011 Bakewell Results For 24 Sep
36 30-Sep-2011 Action Galore Promised as Tourney Launched
37 22-Sep-2011 Bakewell Results For 18 Sep
38 16-Sep-2011 Bakewell Results For 11 Sep
39 14-Aug-2011 Bakewell Softball Begins Aug 28
40 25-Jun-2011 Floodlight To Play in New York Next Weekend
41 23-Jun-2011 Stag Beer/El Dorado Softball Finals…
42 12-Jun-2011 Stag and El Dorado Finals Next Sunday
43 11-Mar-2011 New York Defeat Floodlight A
44 26-Feb-2011 More Corporate Support For GFSCA
45 22-Feb-2011 8 Tons In Stag/ El Dorado Softball
46 13-Feb-2011 Floodlight Sponsored For Florida Cup
47 10-Feb-2011 Mohammed, Rodrigues Hit Tons
48 03-Feb-2011 Narine, McCoy Hit Tons
49 28-Jan-2011 Stag & El Dorado Softball Results
50 27-Jan-2011 Several Teams Win On Opening Day
51 15-Jan-2011 Stag Beer/El Dorado Softball Launched
52 15-Jan-2011 GFSCA Launches Stag Beer Tournament
53 19-Dec-2010 GFSCA Stag Beer Softball


GuyCup 1: Man-Of-The-Match

Nalini Ramjewan presents the Man-of-the-Match trophy to Marlo Malone of Savage XI after the finals of the Guyana Softball Cup on 30 October 2011, at Everest.

Guyana Cup 1: Guyana Cup Winners

Cotton Field Wild Oats captain Travis Simond (left) receives the Guyana Softball Cup from GFSCA executive Mike Singh after defeating Regal XI in the final of the Open category at the finals of the Guyana Softball Cup on 30 October 2013, at Everest.

Guyana Cup 1: WellWoman - Women's Champs

Mike's Wellwoman team is in a happy mood after defeating Trophy Stall Angels in the final of the women's exhibition matches at the Guyana Softball Cup finals on 30 October 2011 at the Everest ground.

Guyana Cup 1: MVP Winners

Patrick Rooplall (left - MVP in the Open category) and Marlo Malone (MVP in the Masters category) receive bracelets from Steve Narine, owner of Steve's Jewelry, at the finals of the Guyana Softball Cup on 30 October, at Everest.

Guyana Cup 1: Regal Masters - Champs

Regal Masters and Regal teams relax after Regal Masters defeated Savage Masters in the final of the Masters category in the Guyana Softball Cup on 30 October 2011 at Everest.

Guyana Cup 1: Masters Final

Savage Masters (in red and blue) bat against Regal Masters in the final of the Masters category at the Guyana Softball Cup finals on 30 October 2011, at Everest.

Guyana Cup 1: Masters Cup Winner

Devi Sunich presents the Masters Cup to Amarnauth Bughoo, captain of Regal Masters, winners of the Masters category at the finals of the Guyana Softball Cup on 30 October 2011, at Everest.

Guyana Cup 1: Announcement

GFSCA executives, Guyana Softball Cup sponsors, Sports Minister Dr Frank Anthony and other officials of the Ministry of Culture, Youth & Sports, at the announcement of the Guyana Softball Cup on 30 September 2011, at the Ministry boardroom (Photo: Avenash Ramzan, Guyana Times).

Bakewell Sponsors GFSCA Competition, 2011

The Bakewell manager presents a sponsorship check to GFSCA officials for the GFSCA Bakewell softball competition, that started in August 2011.

Stag Beer Softball Winners, 2011

Winners in various categories of the GFSCA Stag Beer/El Dorado softball competition - 4R Lioness, Regal Masters and Memorex - after the competition finals on 19 June 2011 at the Georgetown Cricket Club ground, Bourda.

Bill Direct Sponsors GFSCA, 2011

Operations Officer of Bill Direct, Marlon Wade (left), hands over a sponsorship check from his company to GFSCA member Lalta Gainda, for GFSCA's participation in the Florida Cup in Miami, in March 2011.

AutoColor Sponsors GFSCA, 2011

Jerome Sikandar (right), manager of Sankar’s Autocolor, hands over a sponsorship check to Bedi Ramjewan of the GFSCA, for the GFSCA's participation in the Florida Cup in Miami, in March 2011.

Metro Sponsors GFSCA, 2011

Rabhindranauth Seenarine (right) of Metro presents a sponsorship check from his company to GFSCA member Jailall Deodass, for the GFSCA participation in the Florida Cup in Miami, in March 2011.

Stag Beer Softball Launched, 2011

Georgetown Cricket Club Vice-President Ramsay Ali (centre), Stag Beer Brand Manager John Maikoo (fourth from left), officials of the GFSCA and members of GCC at the launching of the Stag Beer softball competition, on 14 January 2011, at Bourda.

GFSCA: 2011 Was A Good Year

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The Guyana Floodlight Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA) organized and managed for the first time in 2011, two nationwide softball tournaments held in three categories. The Male/ Female Open, Male Over-40-Years-Old were run simultaneously each time.

Bedi Ramjewan - a great loss in 2011

The Stag/El Dorado sponsored tournament was held in the first half of 2011, and bakery giant Bakewell sponsored tournament was held in the latter half. The GFSCA held on October 28th, 29th 30th 2011, the first time in Guyana softball history an international softball tournament featuring sixteen teams. The tournament called the “Guyana Softball Cup” featured eight teams from Canada and USA, and eight teams locally.

With the above and together with GT&T pulling off another fantastic 10/10 softball tournament, softball players and fans will definitely say that 2011 was a good year for softball cricket. Also in March 2011 the GFSCA sent two teams to Florida Cup held in Florida, USA, and one team to Independence Cup in July 2011 held in New York, USA. Our greatest regret and loss was the tragedy that happened to our beloved member Bedi Ramjewan.

In 2012 the GFSCA plans to hold two more nationwide tournaments, send two teams to Florida Cup to be held on March 2nd, 3rd and 4th, one team to Independence Cup in New York in July and one team to Toronto, Canada at the end August. Their first Inter-county Softball Tournament will be held on September 30th. Last year the Inter-county could not have played due to the massive preparation of the “Guyana Softball Cup”. The first nationwide tournament will begin on 22nd of January and it is sponsored by The City Mall of Regent and Camp Street. The finals are set for May 6th.

Teams can call organizer Wayne Jones at 650-1790 or e-mail us at For news and information please visit our website at

The GFSCA will like to say “thanks” to all their sponsors and all those who supported their initiative in 2011. In 2012 we are looking forward to work with teams who support the GFSCA in carrying out its mandates for what it stands for. The GFSCA would also like to encourage the other softball body, when organizing a competition, to kindly state the date of the finals, so that softball teams and fans will know when the competition will finish.

GFSCA Wishes All Guyanese A Happy And Prosperous New Year!

Bakewell Softball Finals

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Results From preliminary Rounds: | 27 Nov (quarter-finals) | 7 Nov | 23 Oct | 16 Oct | 9 Oct | 2 Oct | 25 Sep | 18 Sep | 11 Sep |

Bakery giant, Bakewell, sponsored nationwide Male & Female Softball competition came to an exciting finish on Sunday last at the Ministry of Education ground, Carifesta Avenue, with three finals. Naeem Naseer, proprietor of Bakewell, General Manager Rajin Ganga and cricket fans, were treated to some exciting matches with the females bringing an end to a tournament deemed successful.

The victorious Mike's Wellwoman team!

Mike’s Wellwoman defeated Trophy Stall Angels by 7 wickets in the 10/10 final. Abeina Parker, Player Of The Match, led Mike’s Wellwoman to the championship trophy and the top cash prize with her undefeated 33. Onika Wallerson made 15. Nicola Leacock took 2 for 13. Wellwoman made 83 for 5 off 8.5 overs. Trophy Stall Angels batted first and made 82 runs for 5 wickets in 10 overs. Monica Seals led with 18 runs. Roxanne De Monich and the captain June Ogle made 12 runs each. Latoya Smith of Mike’s Wellwoman received the Player Of The Series award of $10,000 and a trophy. She took 17 wickets overall.

Regal Seniors captured the masters title in the Over 40 category when they defeated Floodlights by 3 wickets. Lance Adams led Regal Seniors to victory with his impressive 63 runs. Regal Seniors made 173 for 8 off 23.5 overs. Lynden Lyght made 21 and Mahase Chunilall took 3 wickets. In reply Floodlights made 169 for 6 off 25 overs, with Lalta Gainda top scoring with 55 runs and Wayne Jones making 44. Canterbury took 3 wickets. Wayne Jones grabbed the title of Man Of The Series, having the highest score of 102, taking 7 wickets and scored 257 runs overall.

In the Male Open final Regal X1 defeated Herstelling by 7 wickets. For Regal X1’s victory they were presented with a cash prize of $75,000 and a trophy. Herstelling, the losing team collected $25,000 and a trophy. Zulfiqar Alli led his team to victory with an unbeaten 55 runs. Richard Latiff supported with his 14. Mohamed and Krishna Balgobin each took 2 wickets for Regal X1. Herstelling batted first and scored 114 for 9 off 15 overs. Ricky Sergeant made 30 and Dennis Muir 22. Zulfiqar Alli of Regal X1 earned the title of Man of the Match. David Singh of Better Hope took the Player of the Series prizes of cash and trophy. His highest score of 140 and 359 runs scored overall, made him earned the title.

Naeem Naseer Jr. and Rajin Ganga of Bakewell presented prizes to winners and the runner-up teams.

Regal and Regal XI - winners of the Men's Open and Over-40 titles

Stag Beer/El Dorado Softball Finals…

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Guyana Times
Guyana Times Staff

(Results from preliminary rounds: | 20 Feb | 6 Feb | 30 Jan | 23 Jan | )

Defending champions Floodlights XI were defeated by Regal Seniors in the Over-40 Male category, Memorex of Berbice defeated Cotton Field of Essequibo and 4R Lioness shocked Shemaine Campbelle’s Rose Hall Females to become the Stag Beer / El Dorado nationwide softball champions last Sunday at the GCC ground, Bourda.

In the Over-40 final, Regal Seniors defeated Floodlight by 85 runs. Regal, batting first, scored 241-5 from the allotted 25 overs. Player-of-the-Match Linden Lyght top-scored with 87, Thakoordial Rampersaud scored 60, and Rudy Rodrigues made 54 not out. Bowling for Floodlights, Imtiaz Mohammed took 3-47. In reply, Floodlights scored 156-7 with Lalta Gainda top-scoring with 66 and Richard Persaud 40. Bowling for Regal, Amarnauth Boodhoo took 3-38.

In the Male Open final, Memorex of Berbice defeated Cotton Field of Essequibo by 7 wickets. Cotton Field batted first and scored 75 all out with Vishal Phillips snapping up 4-14, Shawn Khan 3-14, and Vivian Da Silva 3-16. Memorex reached the target at 76-3 from 8.4 overs with Andy Bharapram (33) and Veerasammy (29*) leading the way.

In the Female championship game, 4R Lioness defeated Rose Hall Females by 6 runs. 4R Lioness made 75-5 from their quota of 10 overs with Shyan Goodluck making 28. Shemaine Cambell took 2-28 for Rose Hall Females, who stumbled to 69-8 when the overs ended. Tracey Glasgow took 2-15, while Goodluck took 1-8 to cop the Player-of-the-Match award.

Earlier in the semi-final matches, 4R Lioness defeated Lusignan Street Warriors by two runs; Rose Hall Females defeated Wellwoman by nine wickets; and Cotton Field defeated Trophy Stall by three wickets.

The Players-of-the-Tournament were Danny Mohanram (Male Over-40), Patrick Khan (Male Open), and Shaneeza Williams (Female category). The nationwide competition was run by the Guyana Floodlight Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA). The season resumes in August with the Mike’s Pharmacy Inter-County Male and Female Softball tournament.

2011 champions 4R Lioness, Regal Seniors, and Memorex pose for a group photo after the finals.