March 18, 2005
Tigress looking for the double in female cricket

J.G. Tigress with the League title under their belt will look to do the double when the Knock-Out final comes off Sunday March 20 at Grammar School Playing Field. That match is carded for 11 am.

But Tigress will have to await the winner of tomorrow’s other semifinal between Total Eye Care Rose Bank and United Survivors. {{more}}

Survivors progressed when Despers failed to turn up for their quarterfinal encounter at Union last Sunday.

Total Eye Care Rose Bank will fancy their chance of getting into the final. But they will have to overcome United Survivors, already smarting from their two-wicket loss to J. G. Tigress in the League title decider.

Total Eye Care Rose Bank advanced to the semifinal through a 25 run win over Rangers at Petit Bordel last Sunday. Earlene DeGrads 37 and 3 for 23, guided Rose Bank to their triumph. Rose Bank scored 152 in 34.2 overs. Shenell Lavia 36, also contributed with the bat. Jasmine Browne 5 for 40 was the pick of the Rangers bowlers.

Kay Malcolm 27 was top scorer for Rangers as they fell for 127 in 35 overs.

Joan Francois 3 for 23 was also among the wickets for Total Eye Care Rose Bank.

J.G. Tigress showed their skill with an emphatic win over North Leeward at Arnos Vale Two on Sunday. Myscha George 57 led the scoring for Tigress, supported by Nicole Samuel 33 and Marsha Hooper 22.

Vinola Sam 4 for 33 was the leading wicket taker for North Leeward. They faltered for 105, wrecked by Celina Fraser 5 for 17.

North Leeward beat Garifuna Stars in the previous day’s quarterfinal at Arnos Vale Two. North Leeward scored 105 all out with Sandra Samuel 23 top score. Lyris Nero 3 for 16 was the chief wicket taker.

Garifuna Stars managed 90 off 24.2 overs, Marriet Granderson 2 for 17 returned the best figures for North Leeward.