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Hector’s leading batsman in softball competition

Hector’s leading batsman in softball competition


Donwell Hector, this country’s brightest young cricket prospect is lighting up the National Lotteries Authority 20/20 Softball Cricket competition played at the Victoria Park.

He is the leading batsman in the competition already with 146 runs under his belt.{{more}}

Last weekend he added 37 of these runs when he topscored in his team’s response to Christ Warriors and Friends’ 67 for 8. Pine Hill Nice Radio Clinchers scored 73 for no loss, with Hector leading the way.

Clinchers recorded their second win against Smashers by 58 runs to go at the top of the standings in group A. Clinchers notched up 106 for 7 with Dill Clarke making 29. Smashers were routed for 48.

Also recording a win last weekend were Simple Boys over Ajuba.

Stein Joseph made 58 in Simple Boyz’ total of 133 for 8, then took 3 for 16 as Ajuba stopped at 88 all out.

Attackers led by Roderick John’s 36 not out reached 81 for 3, responding to North Stars’ 80 for 8.

Similarly RSVG Police took care of Derrick Construction with some ease.

Police batted first and scored 110 for 6. Rolando Wright hit 34. Derrick Construction were dismissed for a paltry 37, with Osrick James bagging 4 for 17 bowling for the law officers.

NCB Financiers humbled Rivals by seven wickets. Rivals made 113 for 9 in their 20 overs. Baldwin Arrington was the leading light with 34 when Rivals batted. Norman Robinson bagged 5 for 41 bowling for NCB Financiers. An unbeaten 45 by Harley Skerritt guided NCB Financiers to 115 for the loss of three wickets.

But it was a close encounter, the closest it can get between South Rivers and Derrick Construction. South Rivers reached 80 for 5. Derrick Construction fell short by one run reaching 79 for 5.

And it was a second straight defeat for Christ Warriors and Friends. Inflicting that defeat were Kingstown Hill United. The Canouan based Warriors made 81. Bill Edwards, Jamal Ash and Dodgridge Small took three wickets apiece. Edwards then led his team’s batting with 24 not out as Kingstown Hill erased the total compiling 83 for 4.