Training College outclass Immigration II in HQ 10-10 final

Felix Austin Training College on Friday defeated Immigration II in the final of the Headquarters 10/10 softball tournament organized by Linden Matthews at the Police Sports Club ground, Eve Leary.

Batting first Immigration II made 67 all out with Khemchand Kishore top scoring with 28. Mark Smith supported with 18 while Vakanand Singh scored 12 and Sarfraz Haniff 11.

Champions! Felix Austin Training College
Champions! Felix Austin Training College

Bowling for Training College, Danny Persaud and Abdool Khan took three wickets each for 16 and eight runs respectively.

Middle distance athlete Kevin Bayley, chipped in with two wickets for 18 runs and teammate Jason McAlmont, the eventual Man-of-the-Match had two for 17. Extras contributed eight runs to the total.

Training College, in reply, rushed to 70-0 in a mere 4.3 overs with Mc Almont blasting an unbeaten 42 and fellow opener Lindon David not out on 26.
McAlmont hit six sixes while David struck one six with two fours.

Manager of the Felix Austin Training College, Carey Bookie, in a brief interview with Stabroek Sport said the win was easy.

“It was very easy for us because we had a game plan and all of the players united and listened.”

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