Sports
May 6, 2011
RSVG Police close in on NLA Bagga T/20

The RSVG Police inched closer to retain their title in the National Lotteries Authority Bagga T/20 Softball Competition, as they are in the semi finals.{{more}}

The lawmen did so last weekend in the first quarter finals, taking out Keartons United by 45 runs.

Gerald Gould led the officers’ innings of 114 for 7, as he struck 56. Kerwin Corke took 2 for 23, bowling for Keartons.

Malcolm Alexander, then grabbed 3 for 23 for RSVG Police, as Keartons folded for 69. Edson Gordon made 28.

Meanwhile, Valley Boys had a rehearsal for their quarter final encounter, when they defeated Topsidaz by 54 runs. Valley Boys posted 105 all out in 15.5 overs. Aborne Small scored 26. Markniel Lewis snared 4 for 13 and Enrique Gaymes 3 for 30, bowling for Top sidaz, who in reply was dismissed for 51.

Randolph Bascombe was Valley Boys’ main wicket taker with 3 for 4.

Another quarter finalist, Rudy’s Electrical easily beat Kingdom Life Ministries (KL M) by 93 runs.

Ruddy’s Electrical batted first and posted 155 for 3 in their 20 overs, led by Dale Michael’s 77 not out.

In response, KLM’s innings stopped at 62 in 10.4 overs. Renrick Franklyn picked up 3 for 27.

And, the encounter between Summerset and Come Again was rained out.

In the Female Division, New Dynamics continued their winning ways with a defeat of Hill View by nine wickets.

Hill View could only make 42 in a match reduced to eight overs. New Dynamics replied with 43 for 1.

Also in the Female Division, Ajuba defeated Outstanding Girls in a six- over contest. Ajuba posted 55 with Sandra Samuel hitting 26. Outstanding Girls was dismissed for 24 in 5.3 overs, with Darren Charles and Sandra Samuel taking two wickets each.

The Quarter finals will continue this weekend, with Summerset taking on Suprizers from 12:45 p.m. on Saturday.

On Sunday, Ruddy’s Electrical will face Valley Boys from 10 a.m. on Sunday and Glen United faces Hill View, later from 1 p.m.

Matches are carded for the Keartons Playing Field. (RT)