Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : July 2nd 2015 Contents A48
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, July 2, 2015
Terrance Hinds lashed 81 as Lawbreakers
stormed to the semifinals of the Big 8 Open Divi-
sion with a 67-run win over La Familia De Cricket
in the Partnership Constituency-Sponsored TYRO
Sports Club Windball Cricket League in Santa
Cruz on Sunday.
Hinds topscored in Lawbreakers' tally of 185 for
eight in 15 overs with Riaf Ali (23) and Hanoman
Moonsammy (22) also making useful contributions.
Darren John did all he could to stem the flow of
runs, picking up three for 14 in three overs. La Familia
stumbled in their reply, creeping to 117 for eight
despite the best efforts of Rashaad Harris (38).
In other quarterfinal matches, Kadeem Williams
and Ryan Ramesray guided Drifters to a massive
108-run win over Fire Services to book a spot in
the final four. Williams smashed 36 as Drifters racked
up a hefty 186 for five batting first with Suraj Sanassi
(28), Wendell Samuel (22) and Ramesray (19) also
among the runs. Fire Services' reply was then under-
mined by Ramesray (2/9), Mitch Motiram (3/8) and
Shakil Stewart (1/6), who bundled them out for 78
in 12.2 overs. Larry Charlandy offered the most
resistance of the Fire Services batsmen, reaching
20, while Jevon Kennedy (11) also reached double
Meanwhile in the Women's Big Four semifinals,
Amanda Samaroo dominated the proceedings in
Ball Players' 43-run win over Victors. Samaroo belted
85 to boost Ball Players to 147 for three batting first,
finding support in Kiryina Alexander (32). She then
grabbed two for 12 in three overs to help reduce
victors to 104 for six. Antionette Morang also played
an important role, taking two for 16, while Lauren
Sakawat topscored with 31.
In this weekend's final, Ball Players will come up
against Cricket Lovers, who were 29-run victors
over Talk Nah in the other semifinal. That win was
put together by Nathalie Ninah (30), Amy Holder
(22 n.o.), and Jovanka Simon (2/4).
In the Over 45 semifinals, an unbeaten half century
by Dane Baboolal took Drifters to a 60-run win over
United Progressors. Baboolal's 54 not out anchored
Drifters' total of 160 for four while Andy Ruiz (3/14)
later helped limit Progressors to 100 for eight. Drifters
are set to face X-Men in this weekend's final.
45 Over Big Four Semifinals
X-Men 137-4 (15) (Stephen
Bhullawan 32, Robert Brathwaite 27,
Kirk Alfredo 23 n.o., Keith Mahase 3-
0-15-2) vs Anthrax 128-8 (15)
(Christopher Juba 41, Anthony
Jangoo 32, Ashram Singh 3-0-13-1).
X-Men won by nine runs.
Drifters 160-4 (15) (Dane Baboolal 54
n.o., Gregory Webb 30, Colin Britto 21) vs
United Progressors 100-8 (14.5) (Sheldon
Thomas 35, Gary Wells 21, Andy Ruiz 3-0-14-
3). Drifters won by 60 runs.
Big 8 Quarterfinals Open Division
Blood Brothers 58 all out (10.3) (Pernell
Joseph 3-0-10-3, Duane Joseph 2-0-9-3, Sham
Ramlalsingh 3-0-11-2) vs Head Gone 61-3 (6.5)
(Sham Ramlalsingh 36, Imran Hosein 13, Nicolas
Datherdeen 2-0-9-1). Head Gone won by seven
Drifters 186-5 (15) (Kadeem Williams 36, Suraj
Sanassi 28, Wendell Samuel 22, Ryan Ramesray
19) vs Fire Services 78 all out (12.2) (Larry
Charlandy 20, Jevon Kennedy 11, Ryan Ramesray
2-0-9-2, Mitch Motiram 3-0-8-3, Shakil Stewart
3-0-6-1). Drifters won by 108 runs.
Legends 80 all out (11) (Kyle Ramutar 12,
Gregory Quevdo 11, Rishi Paheman 11, Jesse
Bootan 3-0-12-2) vs Home Boys 81-6 (10.5)
(Duran Ramnath 14, Alden Daniel 14, Kyle
Ramutar 3-0-5-2, Sheldon Thomas 2-0-10-2).
Home Boys won by four wickets.
Lawbreakers 185-8 (15) (Terrance Hinds 81,
Riaf Ali 23, Hanoman Moonsammy 22, Darren
John 3-1-14-3) vs La Familia De Cricket 117-8
(15) (Rashaad Harris 38). Lawbreakers won by
Women's Big Four Semifinals
Ball Players 147-3 (15) (Amanda Samaroo 85,
Kiryina Alexander 32) vs Victors 104-6 (15)
(Lauren Sakawat 31, Krystal Jack 16, Antionette
Morang 3-0-16-2, Amanda Samaroo 3-0-12-2).
Ball Players won by 43 runs.
Cricket Lovers 129-6 (15) (Nathalie Ninah 30,
Amy Holder 22 n.o., Lavaughn Persad 3-0-7-2) vs
Talk Nah 100-5 (15) (Marissa Norea 19,
Marcieann Dhandoolal 19 n.o., Jovanka Simon 3-
0-4-2). Cricket Lovers won by 29 runs.
shine in Tyro
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