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Shot Callers made a double triumph last weekend in the COW Williams ASCO Softball Cricket Competition.

The defending male champion on Saturday took care of Progressive Youths.{{more}} Shot Callers posted 135 for 6, with Gregory Richardson topscoring with 30 and Sheldon Nanton, 19. Akeyo Davis bagged 3 for 29, bowling for Progressive Youths.

Darrren Henry, 4 for 16, Raffique Williams, 3 for 11, and Newborn Joseph, 3 for 12, combined to dismiss Progressive Youths for 46 in 8.5 overs. Only Adonis Nanton’s 18 was any score of note.

Shot Callers returned the following day to be even more commanding against COW Williams Cowboys.

Shot Callers replied with 32 without loss, after dismissing the Cowboys for 31. In Shot Callers innings, Henry made 21 not out. Doing the damage for Shot Callers when Cowboys batted was Demeris Daniel, who had 3 for 8.

Survivors tipped ASCO One by seven wickets. ASCO One hit 107 all out. Roderick John, 41, and Kenroy Martin, 23, and a healthy contribution of 29 extras helped ASCO’s cause. Kevin Harry, 3 for 7, and Benjamin Arrindell, 2 for 31, shared the bowling honours for Survivors, who did better than that and reached 111 for the loss of three wickets. Renrick Williams, 37 not out, and a returned complimentary input of 33 extras pushed Survivors over the line.

And, Kayous recorded their first win at the expense of 2 Simple Boys. A top score of 23 not out from Darren Adams and Desron Maloney 17, 2 Simple Boys made 93 in 16.1 overs. Michael Duncan had figures of 2 for 5 and Ronald Medford, 3 for 42. In response, Kayous totalled 98 for 8, with Duncan making an unbeaten 48, assisted by 34 extras. Fredrick Williams took 4 for 26 and Maloney, 2 for 20, in a losing effort.

From 1pm tomorrow at the Dauphine Playing Field, Clinchers meet RSVG Police in a female fixture, which will be followed by a meeting between Progressive Youths and COW Williams Cowboys from 3, in the male division.

On Sunday, from 9:30am, Unda Dogs play Kayous. From noon, Good News and Super Strikers meet as the female division resumes.

The two unbeaten female teams, United Survivors and Zees & Sons ASCO clash from 3pm, in what could determine the 2008 champion. (RT)

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