Maxi Hackshaw welcomes a ton in Bagga T-20
April 5, 2013

Maxi Hackshaw welcomes a ton in Bagga T-20

Maxi Hackshaw belted the first century, 103 not out, in the 2013 Bagga Softball T-20 Cricket Competition, in an action packed Easter weekend game at the Keartons Playing Field.{{more}}

Hackshaw’s belligerent knock was plastered with 9 fours and 8 sixes, as Glen United posted 165 for 7 in their maximum 20 overs.

However, his innings was also a chancy one, as he was dropped on five occasions, let off by the Reversionites fielders.

Calvert Francis took 2 for 29, bowling for Reversionites, who were then bundled out for 27.

Lennox Duncan, with 15 was the topscorer, as Cassius Welcome ripped through the innings, returning 6 for 6.

Also on Sunday, defending champions Suprizers defeated Rudy’s Electrical by 96 runs.

Suprizers got to 141 for 5 in 20 overs. Jamol Pierre, 39 and Neville Williams, 36 were the principal scorers.

Rudy’s Electrical, in response, were dismissed for 45 in 12 overs. Godfrey Derrick was the main wicket taker, with 5 for 12.

On Good Friday, Hillview buried Sand Crab by 48 runs.

Hillview scored 109 all out from 15 overs. Selrick Morgan grabbed 4 for 12, bowling for Sand Crab.

In reply, Sand Crab could only reach 61 all out in 13.4 overs. Rohan John struck 23, but it was Shemrock Pierre’s 5 for 16, which was the highlight of the second half of the match.

The day’s other match saw Topsidaz sinking Valley Boys by two wickets.

Valley Boys compiled 76 for 8 in 20 overs. Enrique Gaymes was the lead bowler for Topsidaz with 2 for 13.

Topsidaz got over the hump, reaching 77 for 8, with four balls to spare.

Two matches were played on Saturday, which finished with Buccament Bay Warriors and Summerset in the ascendancy.

Buccament Bay Warriors got over Keartons United by six wickets.

Keartons made 108, despite Buccament Bay Warriors fielding only eight players. Carl Hamlett hit 31 and Julian Lampkin, 30. Shawn O’Garro snared 4 for 16.

Marcus Mc Coy scored 31 and Romano Simmons, 26, to see Buccament to 109 for 4.

Summerset overpowered Prisons by 62 runs.

Summerset chalked up 110 for 7 in 20 overs, with Dale Michael hitting 31, Kevin Small, 26.

Prisons then fell for 48 in 16.4 overs. Kevin Small rounded off a good match with 3 for 3. (RT)