After a week of heavy rainfall and
a number of rainouts co-ed softball continues in George Town.
The Cayman Islands Little League
resumes this week and Monday sees the first slate of games for week 11 of the
13-week 2010 Fall Adult Co-Ed Softball League.
At 6.30pm on field four C league
teams the Electra-tech Pure Energy and Team BritCay square off while B league
power KPMG Bounty Hunters aim to get more bounty off the Doghouse Glovernauts
on field three. From there A league dynasty Home Gas face league rival KM Ltd
on field four at 8.15pm while C league rookies team HSBC battle B league side
A.L. Thompson Drills.
Matches continue throughout the
week at the Field of Dreams. A previously rained out game is on Tuesday, a
quartet of games are on Wednesday and Thursday sees three exciting match. Among
Thursday’s squads are the A.L. Thompson Hammers, who behind captain Robert
Boggess, are in the midst of an A league power struggle with reigning champions
The association encourages baseball
lovers to come by the field in the evenings to catch games. As a reminder the
playoffs start the second week of November and wrap up by 18 November. Only
three weeks remain in the regular season and a number of clubs are in position
to plan their playoff strategies.
In the top flight A division
powerhouse Home Gas are in a familiar position atop their group. Dayne Brady’s
troops have stood firm against a wave of competition, in particular sportsmen
Peter Whittaker and Ryan Ebanks. To no surprise the squad is solid
statistically with 102 runs scored and 83 runs allowed.
The B division sees a pair of teams
enjoying comfortable leads. The Maples Sluggers are in the best position atop
the B1 category with the second-best record in all of co-ed softball at 6-1-1.
Behind the likes of Kareem Robinson and Gavin Dixon the Sluggers have scored
the most runs in their division (102). B2 frontrunners team Deloitte continue
to boast softball’s most dangerous offence which has batted home the most runs
(159) this season.
Finally, in the C league the PWC
Scorpions continue to stay ahead of arch-rivals Electra-tech Pure Energy. The
club’s rise to grace is well-documented and time will tell if they can claim a