Global had PWC captive

Deandra Bush, Lyndon Waite and Zachary Franklin all
homered as Global Captive Management overpowered PriceWaterhouseCoopers 18-4 in
recent Pony League action. Max Hydes took player of the game for Global with a
double and two triples and excellent defensive play at first base.

Just as PWC threatened a comeback in the third with
runners at second and third, Will Roberts plucked a fierce line-drive out of
the air and then flipped the ball to Pierce Serrant at second base for a double
play that ended the game.

Cayman Growers scored seven runs in the second
inning to pull away from Coldwell Banker in a 14-5 Pony League win. Justin Lopez
homered while Brad and Shawn Lansdell, Ryan Lloyd, Cameron Walters and Scott
Lewis all had key hits for Coldwell Banker.

Sam Speer, Jacob Taitte and Jered Holmes homered and
Lauren Brown doubled twice as Grand Old House outscored Deloitte 15-2 in
another Pony game. Grand played exemplary defense with two unassisted outs by
Lauren at second base in the third inning and two unassisted outs by Sam at
first base to end the game.

Justin Lopez homered to lead a six-run first inning
as Coldwell Banker defeated Pony League opponent Esso 7-3. Brad Lansdell, Ryan
Lloyd and Cameron Walters also had great hits for Coldwell Banker while Matthew
Dube and Shawn Lansdell added spectacular infield defense.

Ewan Wilson, Lex Dobson and Justin Derrick all
homered as the Conyers Cobras scored seven runs in the first inning en route to
a 12-5 win over Grand Old House. Grand came back with three runs in the bottom
of the first with Dayger, Jered Holmes and Lauren Brown scoring runs. Jered
also homered in the third inning for Grand. The defensive players of the game
were Conyers third baseman Patrick Connolly and Grand second baseman Sam Speer.

Dru Bodden belted a two-run triple in the bottom of
the fourth to ignite an amazing rally as WestTel defeated first-place Burger
King in girls softball action last week. WestTel held a precarious 5-3 lead
after three innings, led by good pitching from Amber Evans, nice fielding from
Kianda Parchmont and great hitting by Chantal Banker.

Burger King was led by great pitching and hitting
from Breana Whittaker and solid team defense. The Burger King bats came alive
in the top of the fourth inning as they whoppered the ball all over the field,
tallying seven runs to take a 10-5 lead. Kristi Ebanks, Alikie Kandler and Alisha
Forbes scored two runs each for Burger King.

In the bottom of the fourth, WestTel came back in dramatic
fashion with seven runs of its own without a single out being recorded. After
Dru’s triple, Chantal and Amber along with Kayla Whittaker and Samantha Hodgson
all had great hits to bring home the winning runs.

The latest girls softball match saw Kirk Group
remain in the hunt for first place with a 7-6 win over Arch Automotive. As the
styandings show the win gives Kirk a 4-3-2 mark, placing them two games behind
Burger King.

The fast food giants are in first place with a solid
6-3 record with WestTel in second at 5-4-1. Arch Automotive are in last place
with a 2-7-1 mark.

Last Saturday saw more games in both divisions.
Eight matches took place in the Pony division between last Wednesday and
Saturday. All of the teams, from Global and PWC to Cayman growers and Coldwell
Banker were in action.

Girls softball had two matches last Wednesday and
two on Saturday. All four teams played twice. All of the games for both
divisions were played at the Field of Dreams facility in George Town.