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C 4.2: 05.31.15 - 11.22.15

Division 1

Fixtures

08.30.15 | Week 14
9:15 AM
Orlando Masters vs Lions @Vignetti 1 Ump: Sew
Gaza vs Florida Raiders @Vignetti 2 Ump: Rafeek
1:00 PM
Tridents vs Ocala @Jim Beech Ump: Joe
 
DreamTeam w/o

Standings

Leaders

08.23.2015 | Thru Round 11
100s
  1. Steven Haricharran (GZA)
65s
  1. Sham Verasammy (LNS) [2]
  2. Raffi Alli (FR)
  3. Troy Farnell(OM)
  4. Bhim George (TRI)
  5. Marvin Girdhari (GZA)
  6. Ravindra Ivan (FR)
  7. Raymond Khan (LNS)
  8. Rookesh Mahase (TRI)
  9. John Sakichand (OM)
5Ws
  1. Charlie Bisram (OCA)
  2. Krishna Persaudie (LNS)
  3. John Sakichand (OM)
  4. Rafeek Sattaur (GZA)

Results

08.23.15 | Round 11
See Recap Below

Scoresheet

03.01.2015 | Week 6 | Game 6
Team Er(s) Points
Ss 5W 75R W Ttl
DreamTeam -   - -    
Florida Raiders -   - -    
Gaza -   - -    
Ocala -   - -    
Lions -   - -    
Orlando Masters -   - -    
Strikers -   - -    
Tridents -   - -    

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Division 2

Fixtures

08.30.15 | Week 14
9:15 AM
Gemini vs Royal Challengers @Jim Beech Ump: Joe
10:00 AM
Eagles vs Positive @Pine Hills Ump: Abu
1:00 PM
West Coast vs Equals @Vignetti 2 Ump: Sham
Sunrise vs Grizzlies @Vignetti 1 Ump: Arjune
 
Main Street - Bye

Standings

Leaders

08.23.2015 | Thru Round 11
100s
  1. Kemraj Bire (EGL)
  2. Kenroy Bire (EGL)
  3. Ravin Churaman (POS)
  4. Nandkishore Deonarine (POS)
  5. Terry Permaul (GEM)
  6. Anup Persaud (SUN)
65s
  1. Anup Persaud (SUN) [3]
  2. Kenroy Bire (EGL) [2]
  3. Nandkishore Deonarine (POS) [2]
  4. Terry Permaul (GEM) [2]
  5. Shahab Ally (MS)
  6. Kenny Baboolal (SUN)
  7. Javed Farouk (WC)
  8. Charles Gopie (GEM)
  9. Anand Gosai (RC)
  10. Wayne Nanan (RC)
  11. Rick Rahaman (MS)
  12. Kamal Ramlagan (EQL)
  13. Sanjay Roopchand (WC)
  14. Bheckhan Singh (EQL)
  15. Dave Singh (RC)
  16. Motieram Singh (GEM)
  17. Devanand Sookram (EQL)
5Ws
  1. Satesh Basant (GRZ)
  2. Khemo Budhoo (POS)
  3. Nandkishore Deonarine (POS)
  4. Anand Gosai (RC)
  5. Teeka Rajdhanie (GEM)
  6. Ralph Ramdial (GEM)
  7. Navin Ramnauth (WC)
  8. Rudy Shivraj (MS)
  9. Detlef Stewart (EGL)

Results

08.23.15 | Round 11
See Recap Below

Scoresheet

05.31.15 | Week 1 | Game1
Team Er(s) Points
Ss 5W 75R W Ttl
Equals -   - -    
Eagles -   - -    
Gemini -   - -    
Grizzlies -   - -    
MainStreet -   - -    
Positive -   - -    
Royal Challengers -   - -    
Sunrise -   - -    
West Coast -   - -    

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ADDENDUM FOR QUALIFICATION OF PLAYERS FOR PLAYOFF GAMES FOR OSCL'S 2015 SUMMER/FALL COMPETITION

Players whose names were added to Teams' Registration List(s) to play in the second segment of the above-named competition MUST play a minimum of three (3) games to be eligible to play in the playoff game(s) of this competition. Players who were registered at the beginning of this competition MUST play a minimum of six(6) games to be eligible for playoff games as per bylaws. This rule shall be applied for Division 1 and Division 2 groupings.

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RESULTS OF SUMMER/FALL COMPETITION: SECOND ROUND IN SECOND SEGMENT

by Ken Sadeo

All the games in the second round  were successfully completed, except a no-showup by the Ocala boys, thus allowing Dream Team to gain a walk-over with full points. Prince from Gaza scalped 5 Lions' wickets for 22 runs; skipper Javid Farook of West Coast blasted an unbeatened 88, batting at # 6; and Kenroy Bire, very consistent with the bat, amassed a classy 77. In this second round, Gemini had a "bye"; and Masters obtained a walk-over from Strikers.
AT VIGNETTI 1
(1) Sunrise intercepted Eagles flight to victory with one ball to spare. Winning the toss and batting first, Eagles made 156 for 7 wickets in 25 overs. Kenroy Bire, again with the bat, contributed 77 for Eagles. Sunrise, assisted with a patiently-made 54 by Tom Bacchus, reached 157 for 7 with ONLY one ball to spare. It took a herculean effort by skipper Nandkishore (Plant....) to take Sunrise to victory in the last over.
(2) In another low-scoring encounter and a nail-biting finsh, Tridents scored 163 for 7 in 25 overs after winning the toss and batting first. They bowled out Florida Raiders in the last ball for 161.
AT VIGNETTI 2
(1) On a wicket filled with moisture from overnight rain, West Coast won the toss and batted first. Losing 5 wickets for less than 50 runs, it took the team's power-blaster, skipper Javid to tear apart the Grizzlies bowling attack, hitting maximums to all parts of the ground. He was undefeated on 88. West Coast made 168 for 9 in 25 overs. Grizzlies, also losing early wickets was bowled out for 148 in 24.2 overs.
(2) On a wicket ideal for bowling, Gaza won the toss and batted first. They made 123 for 9 in their 25 overs. Lions was skittled-out for a meagre 76 in 14.2 overs. Prince from Gaza, tore through the Lions' defence, snatching 5 Lions for a skimpish 22 runs.
AT JIM BEECH
(1) On an ideal wicket for batting, Positive won the toss and batted first. They compiled 188 for 6 in their allotted 25 overs. Main Street made 191 for 6 in 24.2 overs.
(2) Dream Team spent the day socialising and having fun while watching the second game at Vignetti 1 and at the same time celebrating their walk-over victory over Ocala who did not show up.
AT PINE HILLS GROUND
Royal Challengers defeated Equals by 7 wickets in another low-scoring encounter. Winning the toss and batting first, Equals made 133 for 9 in 25 overs. Royal Challengers rattled-up 134 for 3 in 16.3 overs with Nari contributing a valuable 60.
NOTE FROM GROUNDSMAN
(1) It has been observed that the hosting team at Vignetti 1 set up the batting crease in the middle of the pitch. All the pitches were VOLUNTARILY repaired last week Sunday. Umpires and hosting teams are kindly reminded to start using the southern-most end of the pitch when setting up. This would minimise consistent repairs that is voluntarily done. If this request is honored, repairs can be done evey 3 weeks. This is a final appeal.
(2) Some drivers are NOT observing the " NO PARKING" request. Please take note that the last correspondence from City of Ocoee clearly indicate that if a cop is ever summoned to remove ANY vehicle from the "NO PARKING" area, then the gate will be locked and no vehicle will be allowed in the Park during our games. Let us who are knowledgeable of this rule educate who don't know, OR we will all suffer the inconvenience of parking outside the Park.


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