10 Overs Competition - Results
April 2nd, 2008
The West Indian Softball Association (WISA) league is off and running
for 2008 unofficially. In what is becoming a very popular event, WISA’s
10 Over Round Robin concluded last Sunday. It was a very ‘chilly’
but exciting two weeks of cricket. The participating teams were divided
into eight groups (A thru H). The winner of groups A & B was Royals.
Dynasty took the runner-up spot while Warriors earned third place.
In group C, Richmond Hill Sports Club beat Scramblers.
Hooper receiving the Runner-up trophy.
Wahab receiving the Winning trophy.
Victorious Richmond HillSports Club team
Stars beat Bush Lot in Group D while Exquisite Realty took top billing
over Triumph in Group E. United CC won over Ozone XI in Group F and
Cornered Tigers 2 beat Caribbean Stars in Group G.
WISA officially starts its 2008 season on April 6th with its 25 Overs
competition. Please come out to your neighborhood parks/playground
and support softball cricket.
Hill Sports Club Victorious!
Richmond Hill SC is unbeaten in its short existence (March 2008).
Playing in Division I in the West Indian Softball Association (WISA)
league, Richmond Hill comfortably beat Scramblers Cricket Club by
20 runs in WISA’s 10 Over Group C Finals. Asked to bat first,
Richmond Hill amassed 117 for 5 off their allotted 10 Overs. Superb
knocks came from Bridgelall Heralall (Max) 27, Gairy Waithe (23) and
J. Hemraj (Blackie) 19 while Krishna Chickery and Imran Wahab contributed
12 & 11 respectively.
Scramblers’ most successful bowler was C. Beaton who took 2
Scrambler CC made a spirited reply, but was restricted to 97 for 6
in their allotted 10 overs. Former Guyana Softball player C. Crandon
top scored with 26 while supporting knocks came from C. Williams (13),
C. Beaton (13) and Price Holder 15. J. Hemraj, W. Asrula, A. Shazaman
& Krishna Chickery all took one wicket a piece.
After the game Darshan Chickery of Richmond Hill Sports Club presented
the winning and runner-up trophies on behalf of WISA. Both teams were
congratulated for their spirited effort. Richmond Hill was commended
for its success in its relatively short existence while Scramblers
was asked to ‘scramble’ better in the future.