Floodlights hoping to win Toronto Cup 2 softball tournament

Fresh from winning the annual Independence/Legends Cup softball cricket tournament in the United States of America earlier this month, `Floodlights’ the official named softball team representing the Guyana Floodlights Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA) will turn their attention to winning another North American softball cricket competition when they participate in the “Toronto Cup 2” August 4-6 in Canada.

Floodlights is the only team in softball history to hold three major international softball titles in nine months having won the Guyana Softball Cup 6, in November last year, the Orlando Premier League in March of this year in Florida and  the NYSCL Legends Cup earlier this month in New York.

The team, runners-up at the 2015 Toronto Cup 1 tournament is heading to Canada next weekend on a mission which is to make it four international titles in 10 months.

The Floodlights team will come from: Ricky Deonarain Capt., Ramo Malone V/Capt, Uniss Yusuf, Lloyd Ruplall, Ravi Lutchman, Jagdish Persaud, Tulshi Lutchman, Neraj Narad, Pooran Singh, Huks Lutchman, Ago Gopaul, Kenrick Persaud, Jailall Deodass, Pithamber Maharaj and Ramesh Sunich.

The draw for the fixtures of the competition will be held on August 3, at 6.30pm at the Tropical Nights Restaurant, 1154 Morningside Av., Scarborough, ON M1B 3A4.

Eight Masters and four All-Stars teams will compete for the special trophies and cash prizes at stake and also bragging rights as the best softball cricket team in the world.

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