Lauderhill Jammers captain made the correct call and asks Palm Beach Titans captain to bat after his team.
Jammers piled up a hugh total of 327 for 7 in their allotted 35 over after skipper Timmy Surujbally won the toss and decided to bat. Surujbally who opened the batting scored 101 runs before he was bowled by Walt Rambaransingh. His total includes nine massive sixes and two fours from forty-nine balls. He was supported by former West Indies and Jamaica representative Shawn Findley 78 and another Jamaica National player Dean Morgan 69. Kyle Phillips chipped in with a quick fire 23 to round out the tally.
Leading the bowling for the Titans was Paul Ramkissoon who bagged 2 for 57 from 6 overs.
In reply the Titans were blown away for 110 in 29.4 overs. Bharat Bhapat 29, Steve Edwards 27 and Nagarjun Bojedia 18 top scored. Shawn Findley took 2 for 8 from 3.4 overs and Kyle Phillips 2 for 13 for the Jammers to complete a massive 217 runs victory.
Port St. Lucie vs. Southshore at Girl Scout Friendship Park.
Southshore took first strike after winning the toss making 161 for 9 from their allotted 35 overs. Moxie Gayle 42, Sylvester Hickey 32 and Bradley Chung 25. The top wicket takers for Port St. Lucie were Richard Louis 3 for 11, Clifton Doman 3 for 25 and Anton Alleyne 2 for 45. Batting second, St. Lucie made 164 for 8, Mark Pinnock 55, Neil Green 27 and Paul France 15. Moxie Gayle was the pick of the bowlers with 5 for 30. Port St. Lucie won by two wickets.
At Lauderhill Sports Park Tropics United easily get by Florida Cricket Academy
Florida Cricket Academy won the toss and decides to bat first posting 174 all out in 33.5 overs. Hafeez Sattaur topscored with 44, Sam Malik 36 and Zachary Sattaur 31. Bowling for Tropics United, Kimroy Salomon got 4 for 28, Bert Davis 2 for 2 and Sherwin Powell 2 for 20. Replying, Tropics made 177 for 5 with captain Philerm Davis notching his second century of the competition with 109 not out (10 fours, 8 sixes), Bert Davis 19 and St. Christopher Brown and Sherwin Powell 16 each. Bowling for Florida Cricket Academy , Ricky Nayar grab 3 for 51. Tropics United won by 5 wickets.