T&T retain Women’s Super50 title

first_imgKINGSTOWN, St Vincent, (CMC): Opener Felicia Walters stroked a half-century as Trinidad and Tobago defeated Barbados by 21 runs here yesterday, to successfully defend their Women’s Regional Super50 title. Playing in the final at the Arnos Vale Stadium, T&T were bowled out for 164 off 46 overs, with Walters top-scoring with a patient 53. Reniece Boyce got 29 and Rachael Vincent, 20. Leg-spinner Keila Elliot was the best bowler with four for 47 while seamer Deandra Dottin picked up three for 41. In reply, Barbados battled back from a terrible start to appear on course for victory at 70 for two in the 19th over before collapsing to lose their last eight wickets for 63 runs. West Indies Women stars Dottin and Kyshona Knight both hit 32 while Charlene Taitt chimed in with 24. Slow medium Felicia Walters helped hurt the innings with three for 25 while slow bowler Karishma Ramharack (2-10), fast bowler Shenelle Lord (2-27) and off-spinner Anisa Mohammed (2-36) all finished with two wickets each. Sent in, T&T got off to a decent start when Walters anchored two successive, productive stands, putting on 44 for the first wicket with Boyce and another 49 for the second wicket with Lord. Walters struck just three fours but held the innings together, batting through until the 45th over before finally being dismissed. UNDER PRESSURE T&T were well placed at 103 for two in the 24th over but lost their last eight wickets for 61 runs, with Elliot and off-spinner Hayley Matthews (2-17) also doing the damage. Barbados were placed under pressure early in their run chase when in-form opener Matthews (9) and her West Indies teammate Kycia Knight (0) were both prised out cheaply with just nine runs on the board in the third over. A recovery followed, however, as Dottin and Knight then combined in a 61-run, third-wicket stand to ensure the innings flourished. Once Dottin was bowled by Ramharack in the 19th over, the innings went into freefall, with five wickets tumbling for 27 runs to leave Barbados tottering on 97 for seven. Taitt and tail-ender Shamilia Connell (20) made an attempt at a rearguard action in a 32-run, eighth wicket partnership but Mohammed had Connell stumped in the 42nd over to signal the final rites.last_img read more


first_imgAs the new Airtricity Premier League season kicks off and Finn Harps have returned to the big time, Arena7 Entertainment Complex in Letterkenny have been announced as the main sponsor for the first match of the season against nearest rivals Derry City.To make sure there is a real family feel to the occasion, Arena7 will have two mascots lead the team out for the game, that will let kids get a feel for a big match day at Finn Park. Arena7 are giving some lucky family the chance to WIN dinner for 2 adults and 2 kids in The Wood Berry Grill Bar & Restaurant on Friday evening prior to the match, before being transferred to the game in the Arena7 courtesy car, where the kids will be mascots before watching the match together.To be in with a chance of winning just follow the link to the Arena7 Facebook page and answer the question.A great prize and a great way for the kids to enjoy one of the biggest games of the Finn Harps season.Follow the link and WIN: https://www.facebook.com/Arena7ARENA 7 WILL SPONSOR FINN HARPS V DERRY CLASH – AND THEY’RE GIVING AWAY A SUPER PRIZE was last modified: March 1st, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Arena 7derry cityfinn harpsnewsprizesponsorSportlast_img read more