Kings take revenge over Wahoos
It was a rough week for the A Division softball teams as two lower league sides pulled off upset victories over them.
Last Wednesday, Chubb Kings got revenge for last year’s season-ending loss to Blue Wahoos.
Chubb prevailed over their A Division foes 18-11. Team Smokey then burnt to the ground any hope of a win for Paraquet Flyers 20-13.
The night’s third A-B contest saw Docksiders salvage some pride for the A teams with a 25-10 win over Platano Power. The victory kept Dockies undefeated at 4-0.
B side Hakuna Matata Charter have been acting like an A team with a thorough thrashing of the Corporation of Hamilton, 42-3. Hakuna also thrashed the Sunglass & Watch Shop 23-6 earlier in the week.
Hakuna lead Chubb at the top of the B Division and have outscored their opponents by 69 runs in five games. They are averaging 27 runs a game. The next highest runs per game are Docksiders with 18.
X-Bats improved their record to 2-1 with a 20-5 pounding of Team Smokey. The loss levels Team Smokey’s record to 2-2. FIU-Scared Hitless defeated the Beach Bums 18-11. FIU are now 2-2 while Beach Bums are 2-1.
Super Express remain unbeaten in the C Division with a low-scoring 9-2 triumph over the Buffaloes. Express are now 4-0 while the Buffaloes are 1-2.
Shooters picked up their first win of the year against Deloitte with a 20-4 victory. The loss leaves Deloitte still searching for a win this season. Shooters then turned around and dropped a 16-5 contest to Raggamuffins.
In the Corporate Division, Sea Venture Mini Mes improved their record to 4-0 with a convincing 20-4 triumph over PWC.
KPMG evened their record to 2-2 as they slipped past Butterfield & Vallis Sliders 10-7. The Sliders have won one and lost three this season.
There were no games scheduled for the Women’s Division last week, but there were games scheduled last night at the Michael Preece Stadium.
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