Sports
April 8, 2011
Police stumble on Valley Boys in Bagga T/20

Powerhouse the RSVG Police stumbled last weekend in the National Lotteries Authority Bagga T/20 Softball competition, as they were beaten by Valley Boys.{{more}}

Electing to bat, Valley Boys posted 107 for 6 in their 20 overs. They were mainly assisted by 35 extras. Rolando Wright and Roderick John took 2 for 13 and 2 for 31, respectively.

In their chase, the lawmen fell short by three runs. Renrick Cato made 26. Abourne Small took 3 for 14, and Winston Bascombe, 2 for 9.

Also last Saturday, Topsidaz narrowly beat Splendor Boys by one wicket. Batting first, Splendor Boys were bowled out for 57. Markniel Lewis had figures of 4 for 20, and Enrique Gaymes, 2 for 17. Topsidaz, in a nervy finale, reached 58 for 9. Wesley Bonadie took 3 for 15, and Damien Samuel, 2 for 10.

On Sunday, Hill View got past Come Again by 45 runs.

Hill View, batting first, chalked up 118 for 8 from their 20 overs, thanks to Mikey Francis’ 33. Colin Gordon took 4 for 15. Come Again in their response faltered for 73. Toney Rodney hit 29. Rohan Dickson took 3 for 11, and Danbert Williams, 3 for 19.

Then in a low scoring match, Rudy’s Electrical continued their good run of form by beating Circumstances by six wickets. Circumstances only managed 56, batting first. Jaswin Gaymes and Omaro Gaymes took two wickets each. Rudy’s Electrical then cruised to the target, losing four wickets in the process. Denold Lett and Maxwald Edwards shared the wickets equally.

And, in the final game of the weekend, Keartons United defeated Future Legends by 99 runs.

Keartons, batting first, surpassed the previous highest total of 163 to reach 170 for 6 in their 20 overs. Maxian Richardson made 44 and Edson Gordon, 43. Future Legends after being 28 for 7 in the 12th over, rallied back to reach 71 for 8 in their 20 overs.

Future Legends were helped by 29 extras conceded by Keartons. Kerwin Corke took 3 for 27 and Maxian Richardson completed a good all-round performance taking 2 for 4. (RT)