Semi finalists emerge in Marriaqua Village Cup
Mount Pleasant, Country Meet Town Freeland One, Country Meet Town Freeland Two and Enhams are through to the semi-finals of the Village Ram Memorial Funeral Home Marriaqua Village Cup softball cricket competition.
This, after last weekend’s quarter-final results of matches played at the Cane End Playing Field.
Mount Pleasant beat Glenside by five wickets on Saturday.
Glenside were dismissed for 63 from 16 overs. Kerwin Browne made 23. Elford Adams was Mount Pleasant’s most successful bowler, taking 4 for 5.
Israel Baptiste hit 24, to guide Mount Pleasant’s to 67for 5.
Meanwhile, Country Meet Town Freeland One and Two advanced to the last four.
Freeland One outlasted Fairbaine by 34 runs in a 15-over affair.
Denson Hoyte’s 53 was the topscore for Freeland One, as they totalled 131 for 9 from their allottment. Desmond Richards was Fairbaine’s most successful bowler, taking 3 for 18.
Fairbaine’s reply was 97 for 7, in their 15 overs, with Kentish Phillips scoring 22. Bowling for Freeland One, Shamic Roberts had 2 for 13.
But Freeland Two had an easy passage, winning by default over Cane End.
And, Enhams beat One Team High Park by three wickets.
Roneke James led High Park’s total of 97 for 7, with a knock of 30. Enhams’ most successful bowler was Tharik Creese, who scalped 4 for 21.
Enhams then posted 100 for 7, to head to the semi-finals. Dexter Winfield scored 29 and Otis Hector picked up 2 for 12.