NYSCL 2017 PRESIDENT CUP
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Ritesh Bridgelall having MVP 2017 Season
By Gurcharran Basso
June 22, 2017
Ritesh Bridgelall is an extremely modest humble, subtle and sublime individual but a very good softball cricketer, filled with a lot of courage, patience, talent, and exuberance and is loved by all. Ritesh Bridgelall is a young free-spirited man of immense cricket ability. He is a good all- rounder he can bat, bowl, keep wicket and a very good captain.
He has been blessed and has been embellished with feats of courage, lots of cricket talent, quickness in the outfield and be very amiable, cohesive and totally cooperative to all those who surround him. He endeavors to adhere always to the rules and principles set out to him. He is a truly class act and a good role model.
In the sports of cricket, Ritesh Bridgelall knows more theoretically than the practical aspect of this beautiful game called cricket. But through his love and dedication and the great encouragement from Seal Team management and cricket staff who always bestow and encourage him to get involved in as many practice matches and warm-up cricket games which they always encourage to help players develop their respective cricket skills. Because of the encouragement by the Seal XI cricket team to him, he has developed tremendously and had a stupendous domestic practice season prior to the current softball competition
He put in a ballistic batting performance during the 20/20 softball competition. In just six matches he scored 310 runs at an average of 62 runs per innings. He also tools 6 outs and took 6 wickets. So far in this competition, he has scored the most runs and has the highest score of 128 not out. His six innings read as follows 12,26,128 not out, 57,52 and 34 totals of 310 runs.
With all the facts and statistics about Ritesh Bridgelall is a touted to the number one candidate for the MVP awards. With a few years of experience strategic acuity and a super cool disposition make him an invaluable asset to the newly formed Seal Team XI cricket team. Fast emerging as a highly reliable allrounder in the limited overs format has shown the heart and gumption to finish matches with the bat. Now that he has been rewarded for his spectacular performance, it is incumbent upon him to replicate his form in the all upcoming competition and future games.
He is a key component in the Seal Team XI cricket team. Ritesh Bridgelall has a big responsibility on his shoulders. Effective with both bat and ball his all-round performance is crucial for his team chances in the future. Management, staff senior players like Ramesh (Famo) Ramsamooj, Steve and Romel Sookhoo, Joe, Sham, the manager of the Seal Team cricket team Seeram (Vickey) Ramsamooj would like to thank Ritesh Bridgelall for being a member of this team and wish him all the best for the future competitions. To achieve so much in such a brief time is a quite amazing and totally astonishing and this argues well for him and his team in the immediate future. All the best to Ritesh Bridgelall.
SEAL TEAM XI Demoralized the Strong Buccaneers Team
By: Gurcharran Basso
April 12, 2017
On a beautiful day at the 150 and Rockaway Park cricket ground commenced the first cricket match in the NYSCL tournament of 2017. It was played between the newly formed SEAL TEAM XI and the Buccaneers cricket club. The toss was won by Buccaneers and they elected to field first. SEAL TEAM XI got off to a blistering start with opening batsman R. Gopaul and Steve Sookhoo. The score was 35 before Steve Sookhoo was caught for a well-played 19.
Next batsman in was R. Bridgelall along with R. Gopaul batted aggressively. Buccaneers then got the wicket of R. Gopaul for 25 that included 1 six and 2 fours. In comes Ernesto Sookhoo (Romel) at number 4 who displayed a classic cricket clinic as he plundered and destroyed all the bowlers from the strong Buccaneers team as he blasted a hurricane 95 punctuated with 5 massive sizes and 5 elegant fours.
What an innings to be hold. This was an inning consisting of an array of breathtaking cover drives piercing the smallest of gaps with authoritative and surgical precision. Other good batting contributions came from some of the young guns R. Bridgelall 13, M. Sugrim 14 and Safraz 24 not out. SEAL TEAM XI made 206 for 7 in their allotted 20 overs.
Buccaneers were bundled out for 110. SEAL TEAM XI bowled and field brilliantly throughout the match. R. Bridgelall executed two magnificent runouts. The pick of the bowlers was S. Mustafa, Andy Naraine, and R. Gopaul. Before the game commences the manager of SEAL TEAM XI Mr. Vicky Ramsamooj explained the game plan which of course at the conclusion was 100 percent executed with total precision by captain Andrew and members of the team. SEAL TEAM XI won by a big margin.
We would like to thank the senior players for their creative innovation and formation of the SEAL TEAM XI. Mr. Vicky Ramsamooj, Ramesh Ramsamooj, Sham Singh, Dr. Jack and Joe Chanderpaul. The members of the SEAL TEAM XI would like to pay our obedience and salutation to our sponsor Mr. Mark of GO SOLAR GREEN NY.