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PCCU Clinchers softball cricket competition moving on


Several teams registered wins when the 2017 SVG Police Co-operative Credit Union Clinchers T20 Softball Cricket Competition continued last weekend at the Richland Park Oval.

Country Meet Town Out ah Trouble Two, Country meet Town Out Ah Trouble One, Warriors Sports Club, Shop for Less, Nice Radio Clinchers Two and Shop for less and Nice Radio Clinchers One were all successful.

On Saturday, Out ah Trouble Two had a nail-biting three-wicket win over Snipers.

Snipers who were asked to bat first, reached 100 for 9 from their 20 overs. Arnold Baptiste and Saqlin Williams both scored 20, while Kevin Primus had 3 for 16, bowling for Out ah Trouble Two.

In reply, Out Ah Trouble Two won from the last ball of the 20th over, reaching 102 for 7.

Dennis Browne stroked 22 and Saqline Williams had bowling figures of 3 for 10.

In Saturday’s second match, defending champions Out Ah Trouble One, earned a tough two-wicket win over Bank of SVG All Stars.

Asquith Mapp belted 5 sixes and a four in making 41, to lead All Stars to 121 for 9 from their 20 overs.

Bowling for Out Ah Trouble One, Deray Straugh picked off 3 for 3, and Richie Richards, 3 for 30.

Out Ah Trouble One’s reply was 122 for 8 in 16 overs. Kelly Murray took 4 for 20.

On Sunday, Warriors Sports Club were better than Sea Operations Nar Fren Dem by four wickets.

Keno Matthews and Calvert King, both got 29, to lift Nar Fren Dem’s total to 91 in 18.3 overs. Danroy Currency snapped 4 for 8 and Jamal Williams, 3 for 16.

Lawson Mason then stroked 28 not out and Jamal Gould, 24, to guide Warriors Sports Club to 93 for 6 in 16.2 overs.

Then, Clinchers Two conquered Log Enterprise Supreme Strikers by 38 runs.

Clinchers Two reached 142 from 16.2 overs, led by Junior John’s 53. John crashed 7 sixes and 2 fours in his knocks, while Raffique Browne was Supreme Strikers’ best bowler, taking 4 for 24.

Supreme Strikers, at their turn, were then dismissed for 104 in 20 overs.

Daren John crashed 3 sixes and 2 fours in his top score of 30, as Java Caine took 3 for 18, bowling for Clinchers Two.

And following suit, Clinchers One demolished Fullyloaded Ballerz by six wickets.

Fullyloaded Ballerz were dismissed for 64, with Noel Bobb scoring 22. Peter Richards of Clinchers One had figures of 3 and 9.

Clinchers One responded with 65 for 4, with 47 balls to spare.

Taking the Coreas Distributors Player of the Weekend award was Junior John of Clinchers Two, for his innings of 53 versus Supreme Strikers.