Trophy Stall are Guyana Softball Cup3 champs

Kaieteur News article.

Georgetown, Guyana - Trophy Stall won the Guyana Softball Cup3 by defeating Wolf’s Warriors by 9 wickets in the final last evening at the Georgetown Cricket Club ground, Bourda.

Trophy Stall successfully chased 126 on a disappointing night for Wolf Warrior’s of West Coast of Demerara.

Wolf’s Warriors batted first in front of a fair size crowd and were bowled out in 17.3 overs with Ameer Nizamudin top scoring with 29 (1×4,2×6) , Greg Singh supported with 28 (1×4) and Azaad Azeez 18 (1×6). Martin Dutchin grabbed 3-14 and Fazal Rafiek 3-15.

Trophy Stall replied with 130-1 in 15.4 overs. Rafiek returned to stroke 59 inclusive of three fours and five sixes, while Surajpaul Deosarran smashed 45 (3×4,2×6). Deosarran received the man-of-the-match award, while Rafiek collected one gold bracelet for being the competition’s MVP.

Wolf’s Warriors received a trophy and $200,000, while Trophy Stall took home a trophy and $800,000; members of both teams were given medals.

Members of the victorious Trophy Stall team display their prizes.

New York Better Hope overcame Industry Super Kings by 5 wickets in the over-45 final. Industry took first strike and managed 117 all out in 19.3 overs. S. Persaud scored 23 as Ronald Evelyn captured 3-15 and R. Gafoor 2-19.

NY Better Hope replied with 120-5 in 19.1 overs. Gus Gordon led with 47 (4×6) and K. Sanichar made 28 (1×4); David Harper and Gerald Prashad picked up 2 wickets each.

Trophy Stall trounced Mike’s Wellwoman by 9 wickets in the female final. Mike’s Wellwoman were restricted to 85-5 in their allotted 10 overs after taking first strike. Zola Telford scored 37 and Amanda Bobb made 21; Alana Allen snared 3-18 and Anisa Persaud 2-15.

Trophy Stall knocked off the required target in 8 overs, ending on 86-1 with Kavita Yadram leading the way with 40 (3×4,2×6) and June Ogle supported with 26.

NY Better Hope received a trophy and $600,000 while Industry collected a trophy and $150,000. Jagdish Persaud of Industry was given 1 gold bracelet for being the MVP; members of both teams received medals.

Mike’s Wellwoman took $25,000 and a trophy while Trophy Stall collected a trophy and $50,000. Yadram was the MVP.

First Published By Kaieteur News.

Mon, 11/11/2013 - 04:59