Floodlight finals: Regal XI, Mike’s Wellwoman triumph

Regal XI beat Herstelling by 32 runs while their Over-40 team defeated Floodlights by 46 runs, and Mike’s Wellwoman won against Trophy Stall Angels in the Female final in the just concluded Guyana Floodlight Softball Cricket Association Nationwide Tournament.

A release from the Association on Monday said that In the Over-40 final, Regal rattled up 139 for 8 in their allotted 20 overs. Troy Kippings top scored with 35 while Mahendra Arjune and Jaga Bhoj supported with 24 and 22. Rahaman Khan took 2 for 16. Floodlight XI were then restricted to 93 in 17 overs as the number of overs was shortened because of time. Mahesh Chunilall grabbed 5 for 17 and Tony Amerally took 3 for 27.

In the Open category Regal batted first and posted 144 for 8 in their allotted 15 overs. Richard Latiff top scored with 38, while Ricky Sargeant and Saheed Gittings supported with 19 and 17 respectively. For Herstelling,  Tikaran Narine claimed 2 for 24 and Shameer Hussain 2 for 39. Herstelling XI were then bowled out for 112 in 14.2 overs. Omesh Narine top scored with 35. Premnauth Motilall captured 4 for 21 and Troy Kipping 3 for 9.

Motor Trend boss, Jailall Deodass hands over the winning trophy to Regal Senior skipper, Mahendra Arjune

In the Female Category, Trophy Stall batted first and notched up  70 for 4 in their allotted 10 overs. Erva Giddings 22 and Kavita Yadram 21 were the top scorers. Zola Telford took 2 for 10. Mike’s Wellwoman scraped home with 2 runs required off the final delivery.

They made 71 for 8 in 10 overs. Akeza Tompson 18, Onika Wallerson 13 and Haseena Mohamed 11 were the main scorers. J. Nero took 2 for 14. The winners were presented with Trophies and $100,000 each.

Ramchand Ragbeer, boss of Ramchand Auto Spares hands over the winning trophy to Mike’s Wellwoman captain Abina Parker

The competition was sponsored by Mike’s Pharmacy, Survival Supermarket, Ramchand Auto Spares, Ariel Enterprise, Motor Trend, Petama Enterprise and Trophy Stall.

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