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Dr Thomas Injectors enjoy mixed fortunes in Barrouallie softball weekend

Dr Thomas Injectors enjoy mixed fortunes in Barrouallie softball weekend


Dr. Thomas Injectors won one match and lost the other, they had back-to-back encounters, last Sunday at the Keartons Playing Field, in the National Lotteries Authority Barrouallie 20/20 softball cricket competition.

Coming up first against Black Sands Resort, Dr Thomas Injectors registered a 15-run win.

Injectors made 92 in 15.2 overs. Kesroy Roberts stroked 23 and Elroy Nanton, 21.

Bowling for Black Sands Resort, Maxi Gould took 3 for 13 and Cleus Cato, 2 for 17.

Then Black Sands Resort’s batters could only muster 77, in response, with Julian Edwards the topscoring with 31.

Justin Lee was the pick of Dr Thomas Injectors’ bowling, taking 5 for 13, while Kezron James had 2 for 15.

But Injectors were forced to succumb to Challengers by five wickets in their second encounter.

Again batting first, Dr Thomas Injectors reached 56, undone by Dorian Dallaway’s 3 for 12, Randolph Bascombe’s 2 for 11 and Alex Joseph’s 2 for 16.

At their turn at the crease, Challengers got to 60 for 5, despite Tex Franklyn’s haul of 3 for 27 and Justin Lee’s 2 for 14.

One match was played on Saturday, which saw Hillview trumping over Spring Village by 9 runs.

Hillview posted 102. Alphie Gould took 3 for 11.

Lorson Mason then smashed 39, but it was not enough, as Spring Village were dismissed for 93 in 19.5 overs.

Rohan Dickson had 3 for 20 and Handel Browne, 3 for 28, bowling for Hillview.

Two matches are set for this Saturday, with Glen United fixtured in both.

Glen United will play Hillview from 1 p.m., then take on Questelles Police Youth Club from 3 p.m.