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Satro Seeraj (left) and Awad Hansraj.
New York Softball Cricket League
"A Record Breaking Partnership Extinguish Wildfire"

By Satrohan Seeraj
Juy 24th, 2009
Master Blaster won the toss and elected to bat. With aggression and elegant stroke from the opening pair of Awad Hansraj and Satro Seeraj, the score was moving at a rapid rate.

The opening pair was averaging 10 runs per over during the first 8 overs. A. Hansraj was the first to reach his half of century and a few overs later S. Seeraj followed. A. Hansraj and S. Seeraj batted through the break with the score on 123.

After the break Awad and Satro continue to build their partnerships and went on to set a record breaking partnership. Satro and Awad recorded 205 runs partnership and that was the highest opening pair partnership in the history of NYSCL.

Awad registered his first century for Master Blaster and went on to score 107 runs. Satro fell short of his century by 12 runs. He was caught at midpoint for 88 runs.

Masters Blaster went on to score 262 runs in 30 overs. Wildfire was bowled out for a paltry 92 runs, with F. Rajban claim 4 wickets for 23 runs and Y. Shivkumar had 3 wickets for 16 in their 6 overs.

Country Boys Triumphant Over Triumph

By Ivor Chan

After two rain delays and a change of the batting strip, Country Boys defeated Triumph on last Sunday by 44 runs in the New York Softball Cricket League 2009 30 Overs Cup competition.  Country Boys won the toss and batted first.

Country Boys scored 182 runs for 7 wickets in 30 overs with W. Ward 28, Derek Edwards 35, G. Dow 17 and Ivor Chan 26 not out. Bowling for Triumph Lenny took 2 for 13 and D. Persaud 2 for 40.

When Triumph took their turn in the middle they loss the early wicket of Raddy but some steady batting from Vishnu who scored 30 runs early in the inning kept Triumph in the game. At the end of 15 overs Triumph had scored 71 runs and after the loss of Vishnu, Ricardo (26 runs) took up the charge in the latter part of Triumph inning.

The inning finally came to an end in the 28th over with for a score of 138 runs all out. Bowling for Country Boys, Andrew Jerrick took 3 for 33 and Aubrey Towler 2 for 25.

Autar Of Wolfpack Stop Flasherz
By D. Autar

At Roy Wilkins Park Wolfpack won the toss and take first strike. The batsmen find it very difficult to build any strong partnership against some accurate bowling and good fielding from the Flasherz team. Wolfpack was eventually bowled down for a disappointing 105 runs in 21 over.


Wolfpack cricket team.

V. Chandrapaul top score with a well made 28 which included a couple of sixes. He got some support from D. Singh 13 runs, D. Autar and E. Kisson 11 runs each. Rocko and Kumar were Flasherz most successful bowlers picking up 3 wickets each.

With a low score to defend against a good batting team the Wolfpack players knew they would have to come out with extra energy if they have any chance of winning, they did with captain D. Autar leading from the front.

D. Autar struck in his first over removing Vick caught without scoring. In the third over of his spell, he bowled the over of his life picking up 4 wickets in 4 balls and which shattered the top order and pull his team right back into contention. Flasherz batsmen couldn’t recover from that point and wickets continue to fall. A. Hargobin finishes off the bottom order picking up the last 3 wickets. Flasherz was bowled out for 79 runs in 18 over.

Randy, N. Kumar and Robin were their only batsmen to reach double figure making 15, 14 and 13 respectively. Bowling for Wolfpack D. Autar took 5-21 including the hat trick, A. Hargobin 3-7, A. Najeer 1-6 and G. Wahab 1-8.

Strikers Back On Track
By Prame Singh

After a devastating and shocking loss to the Invaders Cricket Club last weekend, Strikers are back on track. Winning the toss and decided to take the first swing with the absent of their experienced opening batsman R. Munilall who is averaging 34 runs per game in this 30 over competition. Cricket International strikes early sending the two opening batsman back for the total of 1 run.

The elite and experienced Strikers team was in no state of panicking after having M. Latchman and H. Mangroo who put their heads down with the partnership of 33 runs before M. Latchman was run out for 20.

Joining H. Mangroo was Ex-Legends captain Baio Kalika who was still looking forward for a breakout game since joining the Strikers cricket club, after getting settled he played a number of splendid power drives that saved the day  scoring the game's highest score of 87 runs which consist of 12 fours and 3 sixes. Strikes was all out for 184 runs with great contributions from M. Latchman 20, H. Mangroo 22, S. Sooku 18, and J. Parsram 12 not out. As Cricket International came to the plate looking to better 187 they ran into big trouble loosing their first two wickets in the first over to fast bowler B. Bhadrasain for only 4 runs.

Strikers went ahead and bowled out Cricket International for a total of 66 runs which includes 4 of their batsman went back to the pavilion without getting off the mark. Bobby Bhadrasain and Prame Singh picked up three wickets each while M. Ramjewan K. Ibrahim grabs a wicket to conclude four games into the 30 over competition.

It was a great game with the absent of a league's umpire but spectator/supporter Sato Pillahar did a wonderful job before he was asked to leave the game by the captain of the Cricket International team who didn't respect a decision after he made a no-call wide deliver. Strikers are looking forward to challenge the experienced and friendly Ravens next week.

NYSCL Match Summary
Division IA Premier
Liberty Knights Vs Assassins

Liberty Knights 217 for 4 wkts
Brian Manniram 76, Shaun Prashad 38
N. Narine 2-29, A. Singh 1-33
Assassins 179 all out
Peter Persaud 50, R. Knights 39
Shaun Singh 3-27, Andrew 2-20, Shaun Prashad 2-31
Untouchables won Vs Titans
Mafia won Vs Braveheart
Hustlers won by walkover Vs Enterprise
United Star won Vs Cavaliers

Division IB
Nationals Vs Cotton Field

Cotton Field 131 all out
Ian Singh 37, Harold 15, Ramesh 14
F. Ulla 3-4, S. Husain 2-20, A. Howard 2-31
Nationals 132 for 8 wkts
F. Ulla 45, S. A. Ali 19, Ulla 18
Shane 2-15, Carlos 2-23
Canal won Vs Ranchers
Horizon won Vs Volcano
Wildfire won Vs N Y All-Star
Wave loss Vs Sheffield
Spartans loss Vs Master Blaster
Essequibo XI won Vs Sunrise

Division IIA
Better Hope Vs Eagles

Eagles 108 all out
R. Gopaul 34, R. Durga 14, R. Sookhoo 13
J. Mahabir 5-20, C. Rajpaul 3-12
Better Hope 114 for 5 wkts
M. Mahabir 50, N. Ramroop 20, K. Sanichar 15
V. Gopaul 2-2, A. Gopaul 2-28

Lions Vs P M All-Star
Lions 145 all out
R. Mallay 65, T. Hardial 22, A. Singh 13
H. Hulasie 4-13, R. Persaud 2-20
P M All-Star 148 for 9 wkts
R. Persaud 36, R. Samaroo 32, H. Hulasie 22
T. Hardial 7-36
Unpredictable loss Vs Wakefield
Apollo XI won Vs P M Youth
N Y Midrise won by walkover Vs Bronx Lions
Braves loss Vs Champions

Division IIB
Falcons Vs Ravens

Falcons 119 all out
Chris 40, K. Narine 31
R. Williams 4-16, Saheed 2-24, Steve 2-33
Ravens 121 for 6 wkts
R. Williams 47, Rocky 29, Steve 11
Chris 4-22, Vick 2-21
Young Warriors won by walkover Vs Buccaneers
Young West Indian loss Vs Invaders
Rising Sun loss Vs Young Brother
Legends won Vs Justin Force

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