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Hillview Softball Cricket Competition ends Sunday

Hillview Softball Cricket Competition ends Sunday


Dr Thomas Injectors and Warriors will contest the final of the SVG Teachers’ Co-operative Credit Union’s Hillview Softball Cricket Competition from 2 p.m. this Sunday at the Keartons Playing Field.

The two got the opportunity to vie for the title honours after semi-final wins on Sunday.

Injectors stopped the much fancied Prisons by 104 runs.

Damion Allen stroked 41 and Kezron Ashton, 24, to lead Injectors to 164 from their 20 overs.

Bowling for Prisons, Keshawn Lewis took 4 for 43 and Okeiph Andrews had 3⁄4.

In response, Prisons were locked down at 60 for 6 in 18 overs, when rain ended proceedings.

Peter Richards had top scored with 18, while Ron Adams grabbed 3 for 9 and Javorn Nero, 2 for 17.

The other semi-final saw Warriors defeating Glen United by four wickets.

Glen scored 89 for 9 from their 20 overs; Marcus Hackshaw made 24.

Warriors replied with 95 for 6, with Randell Nanton stroking 21. Bowling for Glen, Winston Holder picked up 2 for 9 and Troy Harry, 2 for 20.

Before Sunday’s semi-finals, both Warriors and Glen won their quarter-final match-ups on Saturday.

Warriors overcame Summerset and Glen held up RSVG Police.

Summerset made 88 in their 20 overs; Kevin Small made 25 and Noxel Michael, 19.

Warriors used 13.3 overs to reach 89 for 3. Rondell Nanton led with 43, while Kevin Small took 2 for14.

And, Glen posted 97 for 6 from their 15 overs, to which RSVG Police responded with 69, also from their 15 overs.

Maxi Hackshaw made 33 in Glen’s innings, as Rohan Howard bagged 5 for 21, bowling for the lawmen.

Only Roderick John’s 23 was any score of note, as RSVG Police fell short by 28 runs. Winston Holder picked off 3 for 9 and Kerwin Browne, 2 for 22, to be Glen’s lead bowlers.

Glen and Prisons are set to meet from 11 a.m., in the third place play-off that precedes the Dr Thomas Injectors versus Warriors final.