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East, South top groups in Girls’ Hardball tournament

Trinidad Express / The semi-finals of the Flow ­Secondary Schools Cricket League Girls’ Hardball Competition takes place on Saturday with Group A winners East taking on Group B runners-up South West, and Group B winners South tackling Tobago. The first semifinal bowls off at 10 a.m. at Bucaro Ground in McBean, Couva, while the second semi starts at 1 p.m. The tournament final is set for next Wednesday at Pierre Road in Charlieville. INTERZONE RESULTS Group A • Tobago 93-1 vs North East 27-4 (10 overs)—Tobago Won by 66 runs • North 93-3 (Shania Balliram 43) vs Tobago 94-4 (Shervon Persaud 20)—Tobago won by 6 wickets • North-East 21-7 (Alysha Gomez 2/4, Anna-Marie 2/5, Aaliyah Guevara 1/0) vs East 22-0 (Alysha Gomez 12)—East won by 10 wickets • East 155-4 (Aaliyah Guevara 39; Jesse Ferdinand 1/30, S. Ross 1/20) vs North 132-8 (Jesse Ferdinand 32; Alysha Gomez 3/22, Aaliyah Guevara 2/20 Tinelle Gill 3/16)—East won by 23 runs • North 127-0 (Jesse Ferdinand 65, S. Baliram 33) vs North-East 49-4 (Jesse Ferdinand 2/4, R ­Bristol 1/11)—North won by 78 runs Group B • South 91-3 (Shania Abdool 64 not out; Keshelle James 2/18) vs South West 76-4 (10 overs) (­Daniella Seepersad 34 not out)—South won by 15 runs • South East 79-9 (Lachelle Hamilton 3-21, Shalini Samaroo 3-17) vs South made 83-1 (Shania Abdool 50 no)—South won by 9 wickets • South West 125-3 (Daniella Seepersad 44, Anjali Goordeen 16) vs Central 101-8 (20 overs) (Karen Balraj 21, April Ramoutar 19; ­Daniella Seepersad 2-21, Tenisha Padarath 2-16, Kishelle James 2-18)—South West won by 24 runs • South 187-6 (Shania Abdool 107, Shanta Roopchan 32; Daylia Alexander 5/25) vs Central 90-8 (D Joseph, S Samaroo, K Sookram took 2 wickets each)—South won by 97 runs • South East 99-8 (Janelle Noel 28; Tanisha Padarath 3/13, Kishelle James 3/25) vs South West 102-3 (Rashme Deoajit 77, Tanisha ­Padarath 28)—South West won by 3 runs

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