United Survivors register back to back wins in North Leeward Softball Cricket
Samantha Lynch (File photo)
September 13, 2022
United Survivors register back to back wins in North Leeward Softball Cricket

United Survivors posted back to back wins on Sunday, September 11 in the Women’s Division of the DMG Furniture North Leeward Sports and Cultural Organisation 20/20 softball cricket competition.

At the Petit Bordel Playing Field, United Survivors defeated Upsetters by 10 runs.

United Survivors made 114 for 4 off 15 overs, in the match that was reduced by five overs. Shavonne Clarke made 28 not out.

Aaliyah Samuel, was the main wicket taker, with 2/23.

In reply, Upsetters got to 104 for 6 from their 15 overs. Shenol Lewis struck 42 not out. Bowling for United Survivors, Samantha Lynch took 4 for 6. Lynch was named player of the match.

United Survivors then took on Ball Burners.

Batting first, Ball Burners got to 84 for 6 from their 20 overs. Zavian Stephens scalped 2 for 18.

In response, United Survivors, on the back of Kimone Homer’s 23 and Samantha Lynch’s 19 not out, reached their target of 85 from 12.1 overs, for the loss of two wickets.

Shenezia Daniel took both wickets for 14 runs from her four overs. Homer copped the player of the match accolade.

On Saturday, Spring Village Attackers defeated Upsetters by 70 runs at the Spring Playing Field.

Attackers, led by Jennifer Charles’ 56 not out, and 24 each from the bats of Ladonna Charles and Fannel Williams, posted 165 all out from 16.3 overs.

The main wicket takers for Upsetters were Nyasha Durrant who picked up 3 for 15; and Shenol Lewis, 3 for 25.

Upsetters garnered only 95 all out from 11.4 overs. Giany Marshall was the lone spark with 30, as Sherian Williams had 4 for 19 and Viviett Stephens, 3 for 34. Williams claimed the player of the match award.

In the male segment, Spring made use of home support, amassing 236 for 6 from their 20 overs on Saturday. Rickel Stapleton hit 68 supported by Clemore Millington, 49 and Kimali Williams,32.

Kenson Dalzell took 2 for 24, bowling for Rose Bank.

Rose Bank could only muster 83 all out from 12.1 overs. Spring won by 153 runs, with Stapleton adjudged player of the match.

Then on Sunday at the Petit Bordel Playing Field, Rose Bank posted 159 for 6 from their 20 overs.

Kennard Forbes stroked 60 not out. Andeen Charles had 2 for 26.

Chato made 80 all out from 18.3 overs. Gaven Browne top scored with 28. Jaymone Louis had 3 for 18, as Rose Bank won by 79 runs. Forbes was declared player of the match.

Five matches are scheduled for this weekend.

On Saturday, Golden Girls will play Spring from 1:00 p.m, and in the male division, Fitz Hughes take on Spring from 3:00 p.m. Both matches are carded for the Fitz Hughes Playing Field.

Sunday’s fixtures will see Spring taking on Ball Burners in the female division from 10:30 a.m; to be followed by Spring against Troumaca in the male division. And from 3:00 p.m, United Survivors will come up against Spring. Sunday’s matches will be played at the Spring Playing Field.