Surprizers move closer to another Barrouallie T-20 softball cricket title
April 19, 2013

Surprizers move closer to another Barrouallie T-20 softball cricket title

Defending champion of the Barrouallie T-20 softball cricket competition Surprizers checked in with another win last Saturday, as they positioned themselves for a repeat of the title.{{more}}

Surprizers batted first and lit up the Keartons Playing Field, posting 134 for 7 from their allotted 20 overs.

Handel Browne struck 27 and Roy Richards chipped in with 20.

Enrique Gaymes took 2 for 17, bowling for Topsidaz.

At their turn at the crease, Topsidaz were strangled by the bowling of Handell Browne, who snared 4 for 18, as they reached 98 for 8 from their 20 overs. Markneil Lewis top scored with 24.

On Sunday, it was not a case of child’s play when RSVG Police met Prisons.

Fielding only seven players, Prisons scored 104 for 4 from their 20 overs, with Lamont Grant making 31.

RSVG Police were, however, untidy in the field, conceding 41 extras, which added to Prisons’ batting cause.

Rolando Wright was the pick of the law officers’ bowling, with 3 for 11.

Police, when batting however, retaliated with vengeance, scoring 105 for 1 in a mere 6.5 overs. Salvan Browne blasted 64.

In Sunday’s final match with on-field action, Ruddy’s Electrical dismantled Buccament by eight wickets.

Buccament was dismissed for 46 in 9.3 overs. Bowling for Ruddy’s Electrical, Lavell Miller captured 3 for 11.

Ruddy’s Electrical cruised to victory at 47 for 2 from 10.4 overs.

And, Spring Village had it easy, as they gained full points from Tuff Mouth, who failed to field the minimum seven players to constitute a team.(RT)