November 28, 2014
Out Ah Trouble chalk up double win in Biabou Softball

Country Meets Town Out Ah Trouble recorded back-to-back wins last Saturday in the Hairoun Beer Biabou Twenty/20 Softball Cricket Competition at the Biabou Playing Field.{{more}}

Facing Better Brands Supreme Stars, Out Ah Trouble scored 99 for 5 from 15 overs, as the match was reduced. Saskie Weekes top scored with 26. Gosnel Toney was Supreme Stars’ most successful bowler, with 2 for 16.

Supreme Stars were then dismissed for 50 in 13.2 overs. Sunil James and Asif Hooper both took 3 for 10 and Imran Samuel – 2 for 7.

In their second encounter versus All Stars, Out Ah Trouble came away with a victory by 60 runs.

Wesrick Straugh struck 54; Richie Richards – 27 and Imran Samuel – 26, to lead Out Ah Trouble to 136 for 5 in 15 overs. Bowling for All Stars, Zane Edwards grabbed 3 for 13.

All Stars’ innings closed off at 76 all out in 14 overs, undone by the bowling combination of Sunil James – 2 for 13, and Richie Richards and Wesrick Straugh who both took 2 for 19.

Joining Out Ah Trouble on the list of winners were Smashers, Dr Thomas Injectors and Clinchers.

Smashers beat Rate Yo Boys Challengers by nine wickets on Sunday.

Rate Yo Boys Challengers made 123 all out in 17.4 overs; Kevin Henry made 29 and Joey Welcome and Rolando Coombs both scored 27.

Bowling for Smashers, Winston Holder had 2 for 27 and Cuthbert Springer – 2 for 39.

Meanwhile, Dr Thomas Injectors had an eight-wicket win over LOG Enterprises Supreme Strikers.

Batting first, LOG Enterprises Supreme Strikers could only make 52, as Quesnell Cottoy and Damian Allen snared 3 for 13 and 3 for 14, respectively.

Dr Thomas Injectors’ hasty response was 57 for 2 in seven overs. Augustine Corridon had 20 not out.

But Injectors were sedated by Clinchers in their second encounter on the day.

Dr Thomas Injectors posted 147 for 8 from their maximum 20 overs, led by Augustine Corridon – 60 and Ron Adams – 30.

Rajiv Roberts proved to be Clinchers’ best bowler, grabbing 4 for 31.

Clinchers replied with 148 for 6 in 19 overs; Desron Spring scored 37, Curlan John – 26 not out and Donwell Hector – 26.

Augustine Corridon crowned off a good all-round effort, taking 3 for 29. (RT)