April 24, 2015
Prisons locking down Bagga Softball Cricket Competition

Prisons continued their impressive run in the Hairoun Beer Bagga Twenty/ 20 Softball Cricket Competition, putting up a strong resistance to Valley Boys last Sunday at the Keartons Playing Field.

Prisons, batting first, struggled to 67 for 8 in 20 overs. Akeem Shallow hit 22.{{more}}

Kerwin Browne snared 4 for 4, bowling for Valley Boys, who were reined in for 63.

Also on Sunday, Topsidaz left it late in their batting to see off Buccament by two wickets. Buccament, who were inserted, got to 52 all out in 9 overs. Kiezel Francis took the first fiver in this year’s competition, taking 5 for 9.

Topsidaz stumbled in the reply, but were able to post 56 for 8 in 13.1 overs.

Sunday’s other fixture resulted in Guidance of Layou defeating KLM Men by 19 runs. Guidance posted 108 all out, after choosing to bat first.

KLM Men were dismissed for 89 in 13.3 overs. Their total was aided by 52 extras conceded by Guidance. Kevin Christopher ended with 3 for 14.

Action on the weekend bowled off on Saturday, when ECWI Spring fought off Campden Park Strikers to win by seven wickets.

Campden Park batted first and made 94 all out in 19.2 overs. Jamel Nash top scored with 18. Carlson Williams took 3 for 14, which set the platform for Spring’s response of 97 for 3 in 14.5 overs. Cosnel Williams guided the innings with 26 not out.

And, RSVG Police managed to pull off a nine-run win over Keartons.

The lawmen managed 66 all out in 9.4 overs; Roderick John got 25.

Bowling for Keartons, Cuthbert Ashton bagged 4 for 15, but his team fell for 57 in 12.5 overs.