Latest Bermuda Softball League Results

May 23, 2023

In Women’s Division action, Western Stars Angels made light work of PHC Zebras defeating them 19 – 4. Leading the way for the victors was Jessie Ewart who drove in 4 runs while Cassandra Trott, Keisha Eve and Terry Paynter each contributed with 2rbi. PHC scored all four runs in the top of the first inning and went ice cold thereafter.

Hardknockz bested Rainbows 9 – 8. Unfortunately, there was no official scorer but we can report that Rainbows were comfortably ahead 8 – 1 after four innings and Hardknockz exploded for four runs in the bottom of the fifth and seventh innings to pull off a nail-biting win.

We had previously reported that Western Stars Angels had defeated Rainbows 11 – 10. However, the score was actually tied at 11 and both teams elected to maintain the draw rather than continue the game at a later date.

In A Division action, Platano Power flexed their muscles defeating The Hit Factory 22 – 8. Jay Tauarez belted a grand-slam and finished with seven rbi while Elvis Torres, Albert Acevedo, Juan Salas and Carla DeLeon each chipped in with 3rbi. The Hit Factory’s Mackih McGowan and Sean Burgess led the line with 2rbi each.

In B Division action, Hakuna Matata Lions remained undefeated with three wins when they mauled Team Smokey 21 – 3 behind Stephen Smith’s 6rbi, including a grand-slam, and Brian Hall’s 2 for 2 with a three-run homer. Jason Ming drove in a run and was a perfect 2 for 2 albeit in a losing cause.

King Beaches ran their record to three wins and one loss when they defeated Paraquet Flyers 20 – 10. Richard Campbell stroked two three-run homers, John Rolph homered twice while driving in five runs and Les Dzwenka had a solo blast and 3rbi to lead King Beaches. Manuel Herrera homered three times driving in five runs and Josh Bang assisted with 3rbi topping all Paraquet batters.

In C Division action, Mike’s Trucking took a liking to the number eleven as they defeated Raggamuffins 11 – 8 and later in the week they were victorious over Corp of Hamilton 11 – 7. Carlos Lima’s solo homer in the top of the six inning put Mike’s Trucking ahead 9 – 8 and proved to be the winning hit verses Raggamuffins. Chris Pitcher also contributed going 4 for 4 [1d, 1hr – 4rbi]. Tony Bicchieri’s two-run blast for Raggamuffins in the bottom of the first inning was the highlight of their offensive output. There was no official scorer verses Corp of Hamilton but we can report that with the win Mike’s Trucking maintained their unblemished record at the top of the division with four wins.

Beach Bums behind Dylan DeSilva and Riley McLaughlin with 2rbi each out-powered Killawhat 16 – 6 and hold the second placed spot with a three win one loss record. Kenrick Richardson blasted a three-run shot in the fourth inning and offered the best resistance for Killawhat who have found runs hard to come by in recent games.

In D Division action, Oddballs took control of the top spot when they out-dueled Bad News Beers 15 – 11. With the score tied at five after five innings of play, Oddballs scored four runs in the top of the sixth inning including a grand-slam by Curran Trenouth and followed up in the seventh inning with six runs including Adam Fenos’ three-run blast to lead 15 – 5. Bad News Beers went down swinging as they plated six runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to make the game interesting. Trenouth [7rbi] and Fenos [4rbi] did most of the heavy lifting for Oddballs while Jackson Tounie [3rbi] had the best offensive display for the Beers.

Five O’s recorded their second consecutive win when they defeated St George’s Cricket Club 23 – 14. Adam Mattatal [5 for 5 – 1d, 2hr, 5rbi] and Khalid Pitcher [5 for 5 – 3d, 2rbi] were the standouts in a balanced offensive performance by Five O’s. St George’s Zeko Burgess [1hr, 5rbi] and Ja’Cal Washington [3rbi] were the most effective offensively in a losing effort.

In E Division action, BGA Hammers remain undefeated with a 27 – 17 victory over second placed Home None. Akil Smith [6rbi], Jay Fox [5rbi] and Todd Diziak [3rbi] were the heavy hitters for BGA. Home None’s Dario Flood [3 for 4 – 1t, 1rbi] and Satish Balenoran [2 for 3 1d, 1rbi] offered the best resistance from an offense that found the going tough.

In the battle of the bean counters, EY Bermuda squeaked by Deloitte 18 – 17. In the final inning, Deloitte were gifted two runs by way of bases-loaded walks to tie the game at seventeen. However, in the bottom of the inning, Craig Munden singled to drive in Adarsh Vijuyakumar from third base for the winning run. Munden [4rbi] and Su Lerita [2rbi] topped all EY batters while Samson Douglas [5rbi] and Jeet Singh [2rbi] were tops offensively for Deloitte.

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