Street Fighters lose opening bout in CADO T/20
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April 5, 2011
Street Fighters lose opening bout in CADO T/20

Defending champions of the Calliaqua Area Development Organisation (CADO) T/20 Softball Cricket Competition Street Fighters lost their opening salvo of the 2001 edition.{{more}}

Street Fighters and Glen United battled it out last Saturday afternoon at the Calliaqua Playing Field, as the competition got going in earnest following a brief opening ceremony.

Street Fighters batted first and made 79 for 8 from their 20 overs. Wayne Harper topscored with 29. Ricky King bagged 3 for 20 and Kerwin Browne 2 for 16.

Glen replied with 80 for 8. Glenroy Dalzine took 4 for 21 and Joelan Dalzine 2 for 25, bowling for the 2010 winners.

On Sunday, Clinchers beat Nex Level by 61 runs. Neil Davy 35, Olyon Toby 29 and Okiel Andrews 26, helped Clinchers to 131 for 6 from their 20 overs. Bennett Lewis with 3 for 23 and Romell Andrews, 2 for 39, were the most successful bowlers for Nex Level, whose response stopped at 60 all out.

Javed Nero with 6 for 20 and Leslie Richards, 2 for 18, bowled their team to a commanding win.

And, Stallions inflicted a six wicket win over Dr. Thomas Injectors.

Tex Franklyn posted 25, as Injectors made 65 for 8. Shorn Williams had figures of 3 for 8 and Shanley Lavia 2 for 12. In response, Stallions made 66 for 4. Fabian Roberts struck 25 not out . Keyso Davis picked up 2 for 15.

Twenty teams divided into two zones are vying for honours in the competition, which is into its seventh year.

Chairman of CADO Foster Hannibal delivering remarks, reiterated his organisation’s stance on ill discipline, and forcefully stated that it will not be tolerated in this year’s competition.

Organisers are hoping for a sponsor to come forward, since the competition has started without one.

Dr. Linton Lewis had sponsored the competition for several years.

Organisers are also hopeful that the lights installed at the field will be corrected, to facilitate matches going into the evening. (RT)