Auto Spares Nov 24

Date Published: 
24-Nov-2014
Source: 
GFSCA
Author: 
GFSCA

Its Wolf Warriors vs Regal & Floodlight vs Wellman

Ramchand Auto Spares / Rohan Auto Spares Finals at DCC Saturday

“Guyana Softball Cup 4“champions Wolf Warriors (Open) and Floodlight (Masters) proved that they are true champions when both teams stormed into the finals of the Ramchand / Rohan Auto Spares Softball Tournament.

Wolf Warriors defeated Farm by six wickets in the semi-finals played at the Police Ground last Sunday.

Farm batted first made 154 for 9 off 20 overs. Avinash Sookdeo 25, Lalta Karim 22 and Narine Bailey took 5 for 20, bowling for Wolf Warriors. Wolf Warriors made 155 for 4 off 14.5 overs. Safraz Karim 46 no, and Lincoln Leander 36 no. K. Ramkumar took 2 for 15, bowling for Farm.

In the other Open semi-final Regal got a scare from new comers Uprisers. Regal won by 1 wicket to set up a repeat of the “Guyana Softball Cup 4” finals with Wolf Warriors.

Uprisers batting first were all out for 149 in 19.5 overs. W. Osborne made 26 and Ejaz Mohamed 18. Balram Roopnarine took 3 for 26 and Delroy Pereira 2 for 17 bowling for Regal. Regal in reply made 150 for 9 in 19.1 overs. Rohit Dutchin made 36. S. Budhu 24 and Ricky Sargeant 18 not out. Bowling for Uprisers Chris Pattadin took 2 for 24 and V. Mohamed 1 for 8.

In the Masters category (40 yrs and over) Floodlight defeated Parika Defenders by 7 wickets.

Defenders made 141 for 9 in 20 overs. Oswald Black 39, R. Ramborase 30. Clive Canterberry took 3 for 20 and Ramchand Ragbeer 2 for 31 bowling for Floodlights. Floodlights replied with 146 for 3 in 16 overs with Intiaz Mohamed stroking 59 not out and Ramesh Narine 46 not out. M. Saffie took 2 for 37 bowling for Defenders.

Wellman defeated Slingers by 6 wickets.

Slingers 119 for 9 in 20 overs. Tony Singh took 4 for 21 and Greig De Franca 2 for 18 bowling for Wellman. Wellman replied with 120 for 5 with Latchman Kalicharan 45 not out and Motilall Chumandat 25 not out. M. Hafiz took 2 for 22.

The two Male finals and Female semi-finals and finals, together with two Male third place play-off (Open & Masters) will be played on Saturday Nov. 29th at the DCC ground starting at 10:30am.

The four Female teams to play are Trophy Stall Angels vs Blue Divas, and Karibee Girls vs Mikes Wellwoman. The teams to play the third place play-off are Uprisers vs Farm (Open) and Parika Defenders vs Slingers (Masters).