Central Service crushed Trisco by 37 runs, when the Banks DIH Limited Inter-Department Tapeball Cricket Competition continued on Wednesday at the Thirst Park ground.
Losing the toss and asked to bat first, Central Service scored 96/9 in their allotted 10 overs. P. Ferrier top scored with 25 runs [4x6s], while Romel Bhagwandin scored 15 runs [2x6s] and P. Keshawn added 12 runs [1×6, 1×4].
Eon Cassiah was the main bowling threat for Trisco, registering impressive numbers of 6-12, inclusive of a hat-trick, in his two over blitz.
However, Trisco in their reply could only muster 59/6. N. Griffith and E. Cassiah scored 13 and five runs, respectively.
Richards was impressive with the ball, bowling two maiden overs for his two wickets, while A. Bolt provided capable support with 2-6 in his two overs.
On Monday at the same facility, defending champs Soft Drink Plant defeated Distribution/Warehouse by 18 runs.
Batting first, the titlist scored 80/8 in their 10 overs. Steve Belgrave smashed 30 runs [3x6s] in his 17 ball innings, with the next best contributor coming in the form of 21 extras.
Bowling for Distribution/Warehouse, J. Bentick recorded figures of 3-5 in his two over spell, while Sunil Tulsidas contributed 3-10.
In reply, Distribution/Warehouse struggled to 62/6, with N. Beckles and Tulsidas scoring 15 and 12 runs, respectively. Melroy Gomes was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 2-13 in his two over spell.
He was assisted by the trident of T. Abel [1-10], Jermaine Brewster [1-20] and Alan Norville [1-13].
Last Thursday at the same venue, Stores defeated Central Service by eight runs.
Winning the toss and opting to take first strike, Stores romped to 105/2 in their allotted eight overs.
Judell McAllister smashed 44 runs (5x6s, 1×4) of 18 balls, while Royston Dublin added an unbeaten 22 runs (2x6s, 2x4s). Extras contributed 24 runs.
Bowling for Central Service, A. Bolt had 1-13 in his two over spell. In reply, Central Service finished on 97/3, with Jermin Medas scoring 47 runs (5x6s), while Ryan Woolford contributed 17 runs.
Bowling for Stores, Dublin tallied 1-6 in his spell, while K. Rowland recorded 1-12 in his solitary over.
Meanwhile, Citizens Bank upset Sales Department by seven wickets. Asked to bat first, Sales struggled to 54/7 in their 10 overs.
Extras led all scorers with 18 runs, while R. Lachman and A. Dillon added seven and six runs, apiece.
Christopher Rajkumar was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 3-7 in his two over blitz. In reply, Citizens Bank raced to 55/5 in a mere 5.3 overs.
Seon Bovell top scored with 21 runs (3x6s), while Wayne Joseph chipped in with 12 runs. For the bowlers, D. Jonas tallied 1-5 in his spell.