BELIZE CITY, Wed. Aug. 19, 2015–Thanks to our generous and kind sponsors, SMART and BELIKIN, under the auspices of the Belize National Cricket Association, the Harrison Parks Cricket Competition finals continued over the weekend at Lemonal. Easy Does It, the home team, versus Wicked 11 of Flowers Bank.
It was an easy one for Easy Does It, as they defeated Wicked 11 with a score of 270 to 162. Aaron Muslar top scored for Easy Does It with 63, and Walter Flowers took 3 wickets for Wicked 11. Shelton Robinson top scored with 32 for Wicked 11, while Herbert Banner took 4 wickets for the Easy boys.
Aaron Muslar, after top scoring for the home team, went to his home and changed his uniform and came back to the playing area to socialize and breathe in the glory of helping his team to win the game.
Game two is set for Saturday, August 29, at Flowers Bank. My prediction is, while I can’t say who will be victorious, I can say that it will be a different ball game. I will stand to be corrected, but it will not be an easy win for any of the teams. All I have to say is, may the best team win. And one will win for sure.
I was made to understand that a player of Wicked 11 team will be getting married, so, with respect, no game will be played on the 22nd. Congratulations, Mr. Walter Flowers! You will be joining the happy gang. I wish you the very best in your future endeavors.
Back to cricket. Last season, Easy Does It defeated Wicked 11 in three games in the semifinals. Now, in the finals, will it be three games? We will have to go to Flowers Bank and get the first-hand experience in seeing what defense will be put in place. Cricket fans, come out to Flowers Bank on Saturday, August 29, and watch professional cricket being played at its best.
That’s all for now, folks. Before I go, I must mention that the manager/coach of Easy Does It Cricket Club, Michael Muslar, is doing a fantastic job. Well done so far, friend! See ya.