Samaroo keeps Moosai perfect in TTWCA

Trinidad Guardian article.

Port of Spain, Trinidad - The Moosai Ladies maintained their perfect record on Sunday, as national player Amanda Samaroo slammed an unbeatan 155 to lead the team to a 120-run win over Technocrats in the premiership division of the T&T Women’s Cricket Association (TTWCA) 40-over league.

Moosai, batting first at Honeymoon Park, posted a massive 281/4 as right-handed Samaroo struck 17 fours and three sixes in her 128-ball knock. 

Samaroo was also effective with the ball, taking 2/16 as Technocrats could only muster 161/6. Kamara Ragoobar (2/31) and Kirbyina Alexander (2/37) took wickets apiece, while Rachael Marcano top scored for Technocrats with 47. Moosai has now won all four of its matches this season.


At Honeymoon Park: Moosai Sports Club 281/4 (40 overs) (Amanda Samaroo 155 no, Jodi Ann Morgan 66) vs Technocrats 161/6 (40 overs) (Rachael Marcano 47, Seline O’ Neil 33 no, Amanda Samaroo 2/16, Kamara Ragoobar 2/31, Kirbyina Alexander 2/37) Moosai won by 120 runs

At Lange Park: MAAAD Rangers 69 (31.5 overs) (Shanta Khan 12, Shenelle Lord 5/27, Leandra Ramdeen 2/8) vs Phoenix Women 70/0 (8.3 overs) (Samantha Bissoon 27 no, Karishma Ragoobar 21 no) Phoenix won by 10 wickets

Cricket Lovers—Bye


At Buggy Haynes Ground: (38-over match) Hibiscus Ladies 200/4 (38 overs) (Shanice Pascall 53, Rosalie Dolabille 68 no, Shanmatie Nowrang 2/19) vs South West United 145 (34 overs) (Cindy Bridgelal 42, Ameera Burgess 2/18, Shanice Pascall 2/28, Rosalie Dolabille 3/28) Hibiscus won by 55 runs

At UWI: West Side Giants 42 (12 overs) (S. Baliram 16, Canesha Isaac 6/24, Shriya Rampersad 3/19) vs UWI 43/3 (14 overs) (Risa Bhagwandeen 14 no, Shriya Rampersad 10) UWI won by 7 wickets

At Sancho Road: Achievers Women 145 (32 overs) (Rehana Farrow 28, Annlise Donowa 17, Mary Lou Fon 3/20, Nadia Mohammed 2/13) vs Players Sports Club 146/7 (26 overs) (Anna Seetaram 67 no Monica Rajoo 18, Renelle Dookie 5/21) Players won by 3 wickets. 

San Rafael–Bye.

First Published In The Trinidad Guardian.

Thu, 03/13/2014 - 18:37