Floodlights/Trophy Stall softball finals start tomorrow

The Guyana Floodlights Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA)/ Trophy Stall men and women’s softball tournament will bowl off its final three matches tomorrow at the Demerara Cricket Club (DCC) ground, Queenstown.

The first match in the day/night encounter will start at 2pm when Floodlights take on Success Masters in a 20/20 affair for the Masters division in the 40-years and over category. At 6pm, the country’s foremost women team Mike’s Wellwoman will play the Trophy Stall Angels in a battle of the divas in a 10/10 affair.

Then at 7:15 pm two of the country’s most powerful softball teams, Regal “Guyana Softball Cup 1 Runners-up” vs. “Guyana Softball Cup 111 Runners-up” Wolf Warriors of West Coast Demerara will duke it out under lights.

There will be live commentary on the ground, musical entertainment and beverages and food on sale. Admission is $200 and paid parking $500, while a Chinese group travelling worldwide in their RV automobile are expected to make an appearance during the games.

 

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