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|GT&T 10/10 nationwide softball cricket tourney …|
|Friday, 30 March 2012 22:19|
Defending champs Wolf Warriors continue winning ways
THE heat and tension continue to build as the GT&T 10/10 nationwide softball cricket tournament continues around Guyana and with teams battling for over G$30M in cash and incentives, one thing is sure - there is no place for pretenders in either the male or female segment of the competition.
Defending champions Wolf Warriors of West Demerara continued their impressive run, easing past all their opponents to date, with their latest victim being Bonasika Challengers whom they brushed aside by nine wickets.
Bonasika Challengers batted first and were bowled out for 84 in 9.4 overs; eight of their batsmen went by the run-out route. Asif Saffie took 2-18 in 2 overs.
Wolf’s Warriors were blasted to 85-1 in just 4.4 overs on account of a breezy unbeaten 58 from the bat of Azad Azeez who smashed seven sixes in the process.
In other results from the West Demerara:
No Limit lost to Super X1. No Limit were limited to 84-4 off their 10 overs, Mohan Chatram hit 44. Super XI replied with 86-6 in 7.5 overs, Jagmohan Singh made 36.
Rambo X1 defeated Gunners by 7 wickets. Gunners made 67-8 (Sanath Lachana 33); Mahendra Chitranjan 4-19. Rambo X1 68-3.
De Kinderen Uprising mauled Street Vybes who were on top in the first part of their match scoring 118-7 in 10 overs, Umadat Pralaad scored 25 off 14 balls; Subyan Younge took 3-21. In reply, De Kinderen Uprising, led by skipper Richard Reddy (47 off 13 balls), sped to 116-2 in 6.3 overs.
Hyde Park Warriors thumped Max Life by 31 runs. Hyde Park 107-5 in 10 overs; Dhaniram Lallaram 42 off 20 balls. Govinda Gaindalall 2-22. Max Life were limited to 76-7 in their 10 overs; Gaindalall 28.
Super Street defeated United Nexus by 15b runs. Super Street 102-6 in 10 overs; Yeanauth Agloo took a hat-trick in his 4-19 from 2 overs. United Nexus 87-8 in their 10 overs. Rajendra Kumar 3-10 and Zahid Khan 3-24.
Cornelia Ida Cricket Club hammered Ultimate Warriorss All Star by 105 runs: Cornelia Ida 163-4 in 10 overs; Chanderpaul Persaud 53 (5x6). Ultimate Warriors All Star were reduced to 58-9 in 10 overs, Persaud returned to take 2-5, capping a fine all-round performance.
Royal Assassin trounced Devil’s Pitbulls by 10 wickets. Devil’s Pitbulls 104-8 in 10 overs; Kemo Lall 3-12. Royal Assassin went on a rampage in response, scoring 106 without loss in 6.2 overs; Arivinda Amarnauth 46* (6x6), Neil Smith 40. Giant Killers
Leonora All Stars XI made up of Under-15 players lost to Leonora Youths by 12 runs in a match that was a see-saw affair. Leonora Youths 87-6 in 10 overs; Narine Shaw 2-14, Malcolm Hubbard who had two catches dropped off his bowling 2-15.
In the Leonora All Star innings, Malcolm Hubbard showing maturity beyond his years top-scored with 30 and was last man out trying to up the scoring. Premendra Arjune took 2-13 to check the scoring.
Cross Breed XI defeated Hits and Jams All Stars XI, another Under-12 team that won the hearts of the fans by their talent, by 5wickets. Hits and Jams All Star 62 all out in 9.5 overs. Cross Breed XI 63-5 in 7.2 overs. Kevin Ramnarine of Cross Breed took 4-11 from 2 overs.
Ocean View XI made light work of Road Warriors who were shown the road after Ocean View made 136-9 and bowled out their opposition for 89.
Regal XI sporting a powerful lineup demolished Royal XI by 38 runs. Regal XI 124-2 in 10 overs; Doodnauth Ramdeen 57 off 24 balls. Royal XI 86-7 in 10 overs.
Chris Auto Spares XI, playing good consistent cricket, defeated ICEE Warriors by 9 wickets
ICEE Warriors 82-4 off 10 overs; Malroy Gomes 25. Chris Auto Sales XI 84-1 in 6.1 overs; Amir Khan 60.
IDEA Graphics defeated Lotto Super Sixers by 8 wickets. Lotto Super Sixers 104-6 in 10 overs; Earl Bobb 56 off 27 balls (6x6). IDEA Graphics 107-2 in 6.2 overs; Clint Persaud 79 off 25 balls.
King’s Jewellery World XI arrested Felix Austin XI by 30 runs. King’s Jewellery World XI 106-6 in 10 overs; Ramnarine Persaud 41 off 10 balls. Felix Austin XI were bundled out for 76 in 9.2 overs.
Monar Educational Insittute taught Hit and Run a lesson, thumping them by 52 runs. Monar Educational Institute 120-3 in 10 overs; Zaheer Mohamed 82 off just 32 balls. Hit and Run XI 68-8 in their 10 overs.
Trophy Stall XI mauled Back Road Boyz by 106 runs. Trophy Stall 130-8 in 10 overs; Surujpaul Deosarran scoring an 18-ball 50. Back Road Boyz saw just why Trophy Stall XI are considered one of the top teams by being they were reduced to a meagre 24-9 in their overs.
March 25 at Everest - Pitch 1
Everest vs CID Headquarters - Everest won by 66 runs. The Vipers lost to Supreme Warriors by 25 runs. P&B Electrical lost to Builders Lumber Yard X1 by 8 wickets. Ultimate Challengers lost to PP All Star by 8 wickets. Toucan Power House defeated Tarmac Allstar by 3 wickets.
Queenstown Masjid defeated Backstreet Warriors 6 wickets. Regal X1 tamed Blazing Lions by 8 wickets. Young Guns X1 fired their way to a 7-wicket win over Marine. Rising Star lost to Wartsila by 109 runs. The former were bowled out for 69 in 8 overs responding to Wartsila’s 179-1; Jermaine Reynolds 113 (10x6 7x4).
Zone C Female Linden - March 24 Bayrock Ground (Round 3)
Wiruni Conquerors beat Totally Moulding. Sunrise 124-2 in 10 overs; Remona Zenetta 44; Blazing Fire 106-7 in 10 overs; Sunrise won by 18 runs. Too Hot to Handle 77-6 in 10 overs; All Star Conquerors 78-1.
Zone C Male Linden - March 24 Bayrock Ground (Round 2)
LECI Connections 124-5 in 9.1; Hill Foot Roosters 123 in 10 overs. LECI Connections won by 5 wickets. Cinderella Knight Riders and Vipers won by walkover from Exodus and Totally Moulding.
Hill Top Wash Bay 72 in 8.4; Wiruni Male 75-5 in 8 overs, Wiruni Male won by 5 wickets. Kwakwani Allstars won by walkover from Kwakwani Kings.
Uprising Sunset 84-8 in 10; Bayroc Blazers 'B' 85-3 in 6.1, the latter winning by 7 wickets.
Bayroc Blazers 'A' 76-2; Constab Dominators 73 in 9.2.
Classic Cricket Club 84-9; Hill Foot Strikers 87-2 in 5.2 overs, Hill Foot won by 8 wickets.
March 25 Round 3 Coomacka Mines United defeated LECI Connections by 3 wickets.
Kwakwani All Stars 65-2 in 7.4 overs; Young Stars 61 in 9.1. All Stars won by 8 wickets.
Tello Warriors beat Exodus, Andrew Venture grabbed 6-8 in 2 overs. Bayroc Blazers ‘B’ lost to Hillfoot Strikers by 6 wickets. Wiruni 82-5 in 10 overs; Vipers 84-3 in 7.5. First Alley Hill Shatta 74 in 9.5; Bayroc Blazers 'A' 75-1 in 4.2.
Lower East Coast - Lusignan Ground
Trophy Stall ‘B’ demolished El Commandante XI by 36 runs. Trophy Stall ‘B’ 151-9 in 10 overs; Davindra Deosarran 36 (5x6) off 14 balls. El Commandante 115-9 in their 10 overs. Vishnu Jeewan 2-13 from 2 overs.
Regal MH Bengal XI defeated JJ Bengal Tigers by 7 wickets. JJ Bengal Tigers 82 all out in 10 overs; Rudolph Rodrigues 3-23 from 2 overs. Regal MH Begal 85-3 in 5.1 overs; Jagdesh Samaroo 41 not out.
Marshon Sports Club demolished Buxton Conquerors by 5 wickets. Buxton Conquerors 116-9 in 10 overs; Dwight McAllister 42 (5x6), Delroy Glasgow 41 (5x6). Marshon Sports Club 120-5 in 9.4 overs; Junior Bremmej 67 not out off 24 balls (9x6).
KK Warriors defied crowd support for Rockaway Auto Sales ‘B’, cruising to a 5-wicket win. Rockaway ‘B’ 78-4 in 10 overs; KK Warriors 80-5 in 9.5 overs.
Super XI banged their way to a 53-run win over Fire Squad Empire. Super XI 117-6 in 10 overs; Sukhdeo Budram 26. Fire Squad Empire XI 65 in 7.1 overs; Budram 2-16 from 2 overs.
Success Warriors One defeated Better Hope Royal Plantium by 6 wickets. Better Hope Royal Plantium 89 in 10 overs. Success Warriors One 90-4 in 9.2 overs; Rabindranauth Jaikeshan 36 off 19 balls (5x6).
Challengers 11 defeated Mighty Warriors by 76 runs. Challengers 156-3 in 10 overs; Seekumar Budram 71 (9x6), Diyaram Ramnauth 62 (6x6). Mighty Warriors were limited to 80-9 in 10 overs.
Gaza Boys defeated Star boys by 7 wickets. Star Boys 89 all out in 10 overs; Javed Ally 3-23 in 2 overs. Gaza Boys 90-3 in 7.3 overs; Satish Chandra unbeaten on 28.
Jaguars defeated Supreme Hawks by 2 wickets. Supreme Hawks 100-6 in 10 overs. Jaguars 101-8 in 9.5 overs.
Rockaway Auto Sales ‘A’ defeated Cummings Lodge Mandir by 9 wickets. Cummings Lodge Mandir 39 all out in 9.5 overs; Richard Gomes 4-7 in 2 overs. Rockaway ‘A’ 40-1 in 3.1 overs.
Shooting Star mauled Biodiesel Jaguars by a massive 103 runs. Shooting Star 165-6 in 10 overs; Shazam Ally 40. Jaguars 62-8 in 10 overs.
Success Masters defeated Full Clip by 52 runs. Success Masters 145-3 in 10 overs; Hafiz Samad 56* (8x6) off 13 balls. Full Clip 93 all out in 9.4 overs; Samad returning to snare 2-8 in 2 overs.
4R Lioness defeated Guyana School of Agriculture (GSA) by a massive 85 runs. 4R Lionness 140-1 in 10 overs; Tracy Glasgow 72* (12x4), Vanetta Chunoo 30. GSA 55-5 in 10 overs. 4R Lionness will now contest the final against Fazal Kayume.
Essequibo - Helena Ground Round 2
Fairfield Sports Club 132-9, Vincent Pompey 50 (5x6); Helena #1&2 Sports Club 49-8, Fairfield won by 83 runs.
Young Challengers Extreme 74-8; Dundee Kings 75-6, Dundee Kings won by 4 wickets. Pooran Persaud 4-10.
Street Vybes Warriors 105; Foulis All Stars 176-5. Vickram Sukhai 90 (13x6), Joshua Persaud 51 (6x6), David Ahmad 3-4. Helena #1 Vishnu Mandir 87-8; Nootenzuil X1 51-8.
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