October 21, 2014
Teams make good in Biabou Softball Cricket

Shot Gun Eleven, Ravers and Simon Warriors recorded wins over their opponents in last weekend’s matches of the Hairoun Beer Biabou Twenty/20 Softball Cricket competition at the Biabou Playing Field.{{more}}

Shot Gun Eleven had a six-wicket win at the expense of newcomer Outta Trouble.

Batting first, Outta Trouble was dismissed for 60 in 17.5 overs; Mickel Mapp top scored with 18.

Delorn Johnson had 4 for 6 and Gidron Pope 3 for 10, bowling for Shot Gun Eleven, who replied with 64 for 4 in 11 overs; Jerald Simmons hit 31 not out.

Shemroy Primus took 2 for 4 for Outta Trouble

Also on Sunday, 2012 winners Ravers beat Dr Thomas Injectors by 10 runs.

Ranique Warren struck 39 and Andre Lewis 21, to help Ravers to 115 for 6 in 18 overs. Chett Thompson, 2 for 16, was Dr Thomas Injectors’ most successful bowler.

Zimi Thomas then grabbed 3 for 19, Phillip Alvis 3 for 23 and Rawlson Nanton 2 for 26, which ensured that Injectors did not reach the target.

Injectors fell for 105 all out in 16.5 overs; Ron Adams had 24, Damien Allen – 22 and Quesnell Cottoy – 22.

And, on Saturday, Simon Warriors earned an easy win, as Street Fighters made a no-show.