Sir, Congratulations Cherwell on your fabulous Cw arts/features pullout! As well as your sexy layout and gorgous pix, I just love John Kettle’s ‘On the Town’ column! It’s high time this University’s main student paper had a supplement that combines sharp writing with killer looks. You guys totally pull it off. May I voice my concerns however at your misogynistic and outmoded ‘Fit Sportswoman of the Week’. It is exploitative, tacky, and demeaning to all the independent women working their bollocks off to get a degree here. You are celebrating male chauvanism above female sporting achievement. Naughty Cherwell! Yours, Sanchez Cohen, KebleARCHIVE: 2nd Week TT 2003
AFTER several keen and exciting contests during the 2019 season, Regal got the better of archrivals, Mike’s Wellman, in their Trophy Stall-sponsored Champion of Champions Over-45 clash, played at the Guyana National Industrial Corporation (GNIC) ground, Thomas Lands on Sunday.Led by a brilliant all-round performance from Uniss Yusuf, who slammed a boundary-studded 60 and claimed two wickets for 12 runs, Regal won by one wicket with three overs to spare in their 20-over affair played in a festive atmosphere.Set a challenging 152 for victory, after Mike’s Wellman had reached 151 for nine in their allotted 20 overs, Regal reached the required target in 17 overs, losing nine wickets in the process.Yusuff, who blasted two fours and eight sixes in his knock, gave the innings a rollicking start along with his partner, Mahesh Chunilall (16), the two adding 53 for the first wicket.Despite suffering a middle-order slump, Regal were always up to the required run rate and with Keith Fraser shoring up the middle and lower-order with 26, which included one four and three sixes, Regal romped home eventual winners.Man-of-the-match Uniss Yusuf receives his award from GSCL president, Ian John.Earlier, Mike’s Wellman were indebted to opener, S. Ramdeen, who stroked four fours and two sixes in a top-score of 39 with supporting knocks of 38 from Rawle Reid, whose innings contained two fours and three sixes while skipper Wayne Jones hit 20 with one four and one six.Apart from man-of-the-match Yusuf, David Harper and Eric Thomas were also among the wickets with two for 19 and 26 respectively.At the presentation ceremony which followed, Georgetown Softball Cricket League (GSCL) president, Ian John, spoke about the competitive rivalry that existed between the two top teams which saw them reaching the Prime Minister Softball Cup T20 Over-45 finals in 2018 and also this year. While the battle for supremacy last year went right down to the wire, Regal made light work of their opponents in this year’s final.John expressed sincere thanks to sponsor, Ramesh Sunich of Trophy Stall, for his kind gesture in sponsoring the Champion of Champions encounter and also for his unstinted contribution to sports in general.The GSCL president also extended heartfelt thank you to Regal and all the other sponsors who were part of the softball fraternity throughout the year and looks forward to their continued association in the new year.The annual Republic Cup tournament is slated to be the next major competition in the new year while both teams are also gearing up for participation in the Orlando tournament slated for March 29, 21 and 22, 2020 in Orlando.
ALBION, Rose Hall Town NAMILCO Thunderbolt, Tucber Park and Young Warriors have advanced to the semi-finals of the BCB/Banks Beer 2-Day first division tournament, following wins in round 3. Albion batted hard to earn a draw after losing first innings to Rose Hall Town NAMILCO Thunderbolt Flour while Tucber Park, Young Warriors gained first-innings points against West Berbice and Blairmont respectively. Bottom of the table Port Mourant completed a poor tournament after been crushed by Rose Hall Canje by 10 wickets.At the Area ‘H’ Ground, RHT NAMILCO Thunderbolt Flour made 181 with former national player Delbert Hicks making 81 and National Youth player Junior Sinclair 32.Guyana U-19 spinner Kevin Umroa bagged 6-54 for Albion, who were bowled for 174 despite Kandasammy Surujnarine stroking 84 and David Latchana making 34. Hicks then returned with the ball to snatch 5-18 and Eon Hooper 3-29.RHT Thunderbolt with a lead of 7 runs, then reached 177 in their second innings with Junior and Jason Sinclair making 59 and 29 respectively. Umroa completed a fine match with the ball by taking 6 for 51 (match haul of 12 for 105) which off-spinner Sharaz Ramcharran took 3 for 31.Needing 185 to win in three overs, Albion stumbled to 85 for 7 but Ramesh Kasinauth 20 not out and Reyad Karim 29 not out added 46 crucial runs to see them to 131 for 7 when stumps were lifted. Hicks took 3 for 25.At Bush Lot, West Berbice made 185 thanks to Leon Andrews 47 and Arthley Bailey 49. Tucber Park in return were dismissed for 242 with Martin Singh 73 and Jamal La Fleur making welcome return to Berbice Cricket with a polished 66.Keyron Fraser took 4 for 46, Andrews 3 for 82 and Andrew Dutchin 2-35. West Berbice in their second innings reached 151 for 6 at stumps. West Berbice in their second innings reached 151 for 6 as Andrews continued his fine form with 50.Rose Hall Canje Community Centre registered their first victory in the tournament with an easy 10-wicket victory over a helpless Port Mourant CC team, who lost all three of their matches. PMCC batting first were bowled out for 137 with West Indies U-15 player Rampertab Ramnauth topscoring with 35. He received support from Raymond Vankenic, 6 for 40. Rose Hall Canje with solid batting from Joel Seitram 43 and Thorne 35 reached 178 to gain a 41-run lead.Port Mourant were then bowled out for a meagre 63 in their second knock with medium pacer Michael Campbelle gaining a hat-trick during his spell. Needing to score 24 for an outright victory, Canje reached 25 without loss to take full points in the match and end in third place in Zone B.At the Cumberland ground Young Warriors were just 7 runs from an outright victory when time ran out in their match against Blairmont. Blairmont were bowled out for 115 in their first innings with Javed Karim top scoring with 43.Left-arm spinner Trevon Stanislaus bagged five wickets as YWCC in reply amassed 187 with Berbice Under-19 batsman Carl Gilgeous making 55. Leg-spinner Kevin Jawahir and left-arm spinner Nigel Deodat both took four wickets each.With a deficit of 72 runs, Blairmont reached 207 for 9 declared, with Z. Zaheer 42 and Marvon Prashad 64. Seon Hetmyer, the older brother of West Indies player Shimron Hetmyer snaring 5-40 in an impressive spell of medium pace.Needing to score 135 for an outright victory, YWCC were kept to 128 for 7 when the umpires called time. Hetmyer returned with the bat to score 63 while Deodat completed a good match with the ball to take another four-wicket haul.Albion ended as winners of Zone B while arch-rival Rose Hall Town NAMILCO Thunderbolt flour, despite gaining first-innings points against Albion advanced as runners-up. YWCC and Tucber Park emerged as winners and runners-up of Zone A.The dates for the semifinals would be announced shortly by the BCB.
Story Links Final Results The Bulldogs carded a final round of 306 for a three-round total of 921 (306-309-306). SIU won the championship as the Salukis moved past Illinois State for a 10-stroke victory. SIU finished at 859 (291-287-281) while the Redbirds finished at 869 (285-292-292). With their team win Tuesday, the Salukis earned the Valley’s automatic berth to the NCAA Championship. SUNRISE BEACH, Mo. – The Drake University men’s golf team finished the 2019 Missouri Valley Conference Championship in seventh place Tuesday, April 23 afternoon at The Club at Porto Clima. Illinois State’s David Rauer defeated Missouri State’s Kory Franks in a weather-delayed playoff for medalist honors. Team Standings1. Southern Illinois, 291-287-281 – 859 (-5) 2. Illinois State, 285-292-292 – 869 (+5) 3. Missouri State, 299-292-293 – 884 (+20) 4. Bradley, 302-301-291 – 894 (+30) 5. Valparaiso, 303-302-297 – 902 (+38) 6. Northern Iowa, 305-312-301 – 918 (+54) 7. Drake, 306-309-306 – 921 (+57) 8. Loyola, 306-301-315 – 922 (+58) 9. Evansville, 319-306-312 – 937 (+73) 7. Drake, 306-309-306 – 92125. Tommi Avant, 74-79-78 – 231T26. Lucas Scherf, 76-78-78 – 232T29. Tim Lim, 82-77-74 – 23336. Chase Wicklund, 77-83-76 – 23637. Shayne Patel, 79-75-83 – 237 Print Friendly Version Three Bulldogs placed in the top 30 of the individual leaderboard with senior Tommi Avant leading the way at 231 (74-79-78) in 25th place in his final tournament for the Bulldogs. Close behind was Lucas Scherf who tied for 26th just one stroke back at 232 (76-78-78) while Tim Lim moved up 10 spots and tied for 29th with his final round 74 for a total of 233 (82-77-74) on the 7,060-yard, par-72 course. Chase Wicklund and Shayne Patel finished 36th and 37th, respectively, at 236 (77-83-76) and 237 (79-75-83).