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Rural softball results from Burrell Boom; Lords Bank this Sunday

The Belize Rural Senior Female/Male Softball Tournament 2014 continued yesterday, Sunday, with 3 games, 1 male (M) and 2 female (F), being played in Burrell Boom.

Female and male teams from the villages of Lords Bank, Bermudian Landing, Sandhill, Burrell Boom and Willows Bank are participating in this year’s tournament. The female team from Bermudian Landing is Arrows Reloaded, and the one from Burrell Boom is Orchid Girls.

In the male game opening the action yesterday, Sandhill defeated Burrell Boom, 16-12. Winning pitcher was Marconi Leal, and the loser was Issany Pook.

The first female encounter then saw Lords Bank Sunrise taking the 10-6 victory over Sandhill Messengers. Winning pitcher was Sherraine Westby, while Margaret Hendy got the loss. And in the second female game, Orchid Girls of Burrell Boom crushed Willows Bank United, 10-3, behind winning pitcher, Therese Baptist. The loss was charged to Angie Smith.

Upcoming games will be in Lords Bank:

Sunday, July 27
11:00 a.m. – (M) Lords Bank vs Willows Bank
1:00 p.m. – (F) Sandhill Messengers vs Arrows Reloaded
3:00 p.m. – (F) Lords Bank Sunrise vs Willows Bank United

(Orchid Girls of Burrell Boom is resting this weekend.)

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