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Glen United and Surprizers taking aim at Bagga T-20 title

Glen United and Surprizers taking aim at Bagga T-20 title


Glen United and defending champions Surprizers are the main actors, as the stage performers are beginning to show themselves in the Bagga T/20 softball cricket competition.{{more}}

Facing Summerset on Saturday at the Keartons Playing Field, Glen United batted first and posted 97 for 4 in 20 overs. Maxi Hackshaw top scored with 30.

Bowling for Summerset, Relon Mc Kie took 2 for 11, but their batting never clicked in the run chase, and they were dismissed for 60 in 19.2 overs.

Cassius Welcome, with 2 for 9, was Glen United’s most successful bowler.

Glen United’s emerging rival – defending champions Surprizers, had to ward off a determined Keartons United on Sunday.

Keartons were bowled out for 76 in their 20 overs. Kerwyn Corke top scored with 20.

A four-wicket burst by Lorson Lewis threatened to upstage the champions, but they prevailed, reaching 77 for 4. Lewis finished with 4 for 20.

Also on Sunday, former champions RSVG Police, keeping watch on the leaders, defeated Hillview by 36 runs. Police were 111 all out in 17.2 overs; Renrick Cato hit 43.

Bowling for Hillview, Cockburt Hepburn took 3 for 17 and Rohan Dickson had 3 for 20.

Hillview fell apart to finish on 75 all out in 13.5 overs. Roderick John snared 4 for 10 for the lawmen.

Sunday’s other match saw Reversionites defeating Sand Crab by 10 runs.

Reversionites made 72 for 8 in a match reduced to 15 overs. Chavel Cunningham struck 30 not out.

Sand Crab chased valiantly, but were bowled out for 62 in 10.4 overs. Knolly Duncan took 3 for 23 to be Reversionites chief wicket taker.

The weekend’s other match was played on Saturday, and resulted in Youngsters FC getting the better of Prisons by seven wickets.

Prisons took first strike, but were knocked over for 51 in 11.4 overs. They were undone by the bowling of Randolph Mason, who snapped up 3 for 15. Youngsters replied with 52 for 3. Lennon Gabriel made 20.(RT)