Flood­lights, Re­gal Masters set to con­tinue ri­valry

-All roads lead to DCC to­day for Guyana Softball Cup grand fi­nale

Stabroek News Sunday - - SPORT -

The ri­valry be­tween the coun­try’s top two softball cricket teams is set to con­tinue to­day when Flood­lights and Re­gal Masters meet in the fi­nal of the Masters cat­e­gory of the sev­enth an­nual Guyana Softball Cup tour­na­ment fol­low­ing semi-fi­nals wins yesterday.

The two teams are ex­pected to meet to­day at 3pm to de­ter­mine which of the two teams is the top softball team in the coun­try not to men­tion the lu­cra­tive prizes which are at stake.

In the Open di­vi­sion Boots All Stars and Speed­boat XI will meet in the fi­nal. The two teams played ear­lier in the tour­na­ment with Boots All Stars winning by 17 runs.

All the matches will be played to­day from 10.30 am at the De­mer­ara Cricket Club ground and the or­gan­is­ers have en­sured that a num­ber of at­trac­tive prizes will be at stake.

The cham­pion team in the Open cat­e­gory will re­ceive $800,000, while win­ner of the Masters di­vi­sion is as­sured of $600,000. Matches will be played at the Po­lice, Guyana De­fence Force, De­mer­ara Cricket Club, Mal­tee­noes and Ge­orge­town Cricket Club grounds.

The tour­na­ment has re­ceived cor­po­rate sup­port from Stag Beer, Ru­bis Guyana, Tro­phy Stall, Steve’s Jew­ellery, Clear Wa­ters, Busta, Ro­han Auto Spares, A&R Je­wan­ram Prin­tery, WJ En­ter­prise, Mike’s Pharmacy, Ram­c­hand Auto Spares and Sur­vival Group of Busi­ness.

Vishaul Singh

Veerasammy Per­maul

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