Moosai go for 5th win

By Roger Seepersad

Moosai Sports will be going for their fifth consecutive win of the season today when they face last placed MAAAD Rangers in the sixth round of the Trinidad and Tobago Women’s Cricket Association 40-over league competition at El Dorado West Secondary bowling off at 12 p.m.

Amanda Samaroo, who was named player of the round last weekend, slammed an unbeaten 155 while Jodian Morgan hit 66 to give the Moosai Ladies a 120 run win over second place Technocrats in their previous game.

That win saw them take the lead and they will be looking to extend their advantage at the top of the table against the winless MAAAD Rangers side.

The Rangers’ poor season continued last week when they were dismissed for 69 against Phoenix Women with Shanelle Lord grabbing five for 27. 

Rangers will be looking to get their season back on track today against the defending champions.

In the Championship Division, the unbeaten San Rafael Ladies come up against South West United at Fyzabad Secondary. 

South West are coming off a 55-run loss against Hibiscus Ladies.

Today’s T&T Women’s Cricket Association fixtures:

(All matches bowl off at 12 noon)


Moosai Sports vs MAAAD Rangers, El Dorado West Secondary

Cricket Lovers vs Technocrats, Pinto Recreation Ground


South West United vs San Rafael Ladies, Fyzabad Secondary

UWI vs Achievers Women, UWI





Premier Division

P W L Pts

1. Moosai Sports 4 4 0 12

2. Technocrats 4 3 1 9

3. Cricket Lovers 4 2 2 6

4. Phoenix Women 4 1 3 3

5. MAAAD Rangers 4 0 4 0


Championship Division

P W L Pts

1. San Rafael Ladies 4 4 0 12

2. Hibiscus Ladies 4 3 1 9

3. Players Sports 4 3 1 9

4. South West United 3 1 2 3

5. UWI 4 1 3 3

6. Achievers Women 2 0 2 0

7. West Side Giants 3 0 3 0

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