Wolf Warriors Beat LBI

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Kaieteur News
Zaheer Mohamed

Davanand Persaud grabbed 5 wickets for 3 runs form 2 overs as Wolf’s Warriors defeated LBI Top Gun by 10 wickets.

Play in the Georgetown Softball League/ Regal Stationery and Computer Center/Mike’s Copy Center and Star Party Rentals cricket competition continued last Sunday.

In the open category, at Everest, LBI Top Gun batted first and were skittled for 16 in 4.3 overs.

Diaram Persaud supported Davanand with 4-4. Wolf’s Warriors then knocked off the required target in 2.2 overs as they finished on 21 with out loss; Azad Azeez made 16 for the winners.

Regal XI overcame Success Warriors by 22 runs. Richard Latiff 22 and Ganesh Narine 21 were Regal XI leading batsmen as they posted 109-7 in 12 overs. Satish Ramsarran claimed 3-21. Success Warriors managed 87-9 in 12 overs in reply. Extras contributed 24 as Safraz Esau and Ricky Sargeant took 3 wickets each.

Queens Park Rangers went down to Regal XI by 7 wickets. Queens Park were routed for 40 in 10.4 overs with Karamchand Jaikarran 10 being the only batsman to reach double figures. Mohamed Yussuf claimed 3-1 and Ricky Sargeant 3-18. Regal XI responded with 42-3 in 6.5 overs. Balram Ramroop made 15 and Mohamed Ayume 12; Roger Etwaroo picked up 2-16.

Wolf’s Warriors got the better of Young Gun by 7 runs. Wolf’s Warriors took first strike and rattled up 148-5 off their allotted 12 overs with Azaad Azeez top scoring 66. E. Sharam had 2-21. Young Guns in reply scored 141-4 in 12 overs. A. Giag made 42 and C. Viera 34 as Narine Bailey snared 3-9.

In the Masters category, Frontline defeated Everest by 5 wickets. Everest were bowled out for 53 in 10 overs after taking first strike. Mohamed Rafeek captured 3-16. Frontline responded with 55-5 in 9.4 overs. Anand Kunai led with 25 while Arjune Persaud snared 3-16.

Regal Masters thrashed Super Star XI by 78 runs. Raymond Harper slammed 56 and got support from Jaga Bojh 37 as Regal piled up 173-8 batting first; Danny Boodram took 3-18. Super Star XI mustered 95-9 in response. Tyron Sanasie claimed 4-9 and Mahendra Arjune 4-26.

In the female category, at GNIC, Trophy Stall Angels hammered Lady Jags by 54 runs. Trophy Stall Angels made 112-3 in 12 overs after batting first. Roxanne De Monick stroked an even half as Alicia Allen bagged 6-11 for Lady Jags who could only muster 58 before being bowled out in 11.4 overs in their turn at the crease. D. Prescott made 22 as D. Amos, S. Cort and N. Cumberbatch took 1 wicket apiece.

Well Woman beat 4 R Lioness by 8 wickets. 4 R Lioness took first turn at the crease and posted 84-2 in 12 overs with Temica Wilson scoring 34 and Ruth George 31. H. Mohamed took 2-16. Well Woman replied with 87-2 in 10 overs. Zola Telford was their leading run getter with 49 while Katana Mentore chipped in with 21. Abigail Scott claimed 2-10.

Regal Champs got pass Trophy Stall Angels by 5 wickets. Trophy Stall Angels batted first and scored 95-9 in 12 overs. Alicia Allen made 27 and Odessa O’Neal 23; Nalini Sumintra and Matana Cambridge snared 2 wickets each. Regal Champs replied with 96-5 in 12 overs. Dawn Nichols got 34 and Sumintra 20. Anisa Persaud captured 3-8.

The competition continues on Sunday with Savage facing Park Rangers and M.K Ogle respectively at CPCE ground, and Regal Masters taking on Industry Super Stars and Everest correspondingly at Everest in the over 35 class.

In the Male open category Rockaway will play Trophy Stall Angels and Marshon XI (in that order), Superior Woods and Marshon XI will do battle, Queens Park Rangers will play Flashers, Elcomandante will clash with Young Guns, Flashers will tackle Young Guns, Mon Repo will entertain Elcomandante, Vipers versus Mon Repo, Trophy Stall will match skills with LBI Top Gun, Speed Boat will face Farm, Accomplishment will battle Princess XI and Omesh XI will come up against LBI Top Gun at Everest.

The female and over-35 champions will take home a trophy and $100,000 and the runner up will receive $50,000 and a trophy, while the victorious male open team will cart off a trophy and $200,000 with the runner up grabbing $100,000 and a trophy.