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POLICE, WICO, McDONALD'S TAKE SLOWPITCH TRIO

The Government and Industrial Coed Slowpitch Softball League came back into full swing Monday after its Carnival break with three games. Police beat Justice/Territorial Court, 16-7, in a battle of the Alexander Farrelly Complex inhabitants. West Indian Company went postal on Postal, winning 17-9. And McDonald's supersized the Ritz-Carlton, 9-5, in the nightcap.
Antonio Matthews led the Police from the mound and added a three-for-three performance at the plate. Teammates Victor McCullum went two for three and Kirk Thomas went three for five. Thomas had four RBI's, two coming on a home run in the fourth inning. Henry Thomas also hit a 2-run homerun in the first inning to aid the Police victory.
Although Lorne Victoria, Akil and Dale Brathwaite each went two for three at the plate, Justice/Territorial Court did itself great harm by committing nine errors. Ralph Francis was the losing pitcher.
In game two, WICO used a 19-hit barrage to subdue Postal., prevailing behind manager and shortstop Ezra Seals, who went three for four. John Narcisse picked up the victory.
Postal's Jennifer Jeffers went perfect at the plate with two hits in two at bats. Juan Rivera absorbed the lost.
In the final game, Glenroy Francis led off for McDonald's with a solo home run and went three for four at the plate. Teammate Rashawn Murraine went perfect at the plate, three for three, to help pitcher/manager Steve Hart win the game.
Ritz-Carlton's Domingo Gonzalez and Henry Baron between them accounted for seven of their team's nine hits. Wattley got the loss.

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The Government and Industrial Coed Slowpitch Softball League came back into full swing Monday after its Carnival break with three games. Police beat Justice/Territorial Court, 16-7, in a battle of the Alexander Farrelly Complex inhabitants. West Indian Company went postal on Postal, winning 17-9. And McDonald's supersized the Ritz-Carlton, 9-5, in the nightcap.
Antonio Matthews led the Police from the mound and added a three-for-three performance at the plate. Teammates Victor McCullum went two for three and Kirk Thomas went three for five. Thomas had four RBI's, two coming on a home run in the fourth inning. Henry Thomas also hit a 2-run homerun in the first inning to aid the Police victory.
Although Lorne Victoria, Akil and Dale Brathwaite each went two for three at the plate, Justice/Territorial Court did itself great harm by committing nine errors. Ralph Francis was the losing pitcher.
In game two, WICO used a 19-hit barrage to subdue Postal., prevailing behind manager and shortstop Ezra Seals, who went three for four. John Narcisse picked up the victory.
Postal's Jennifer Jeffers went perfect at the plate with two hits in two at bats. Juan Rivera absorbed the lost.
In the final game, Glenroy Francis led off for McDonald's with a solo home run and went three for four at the plate. Teammate Rashawn Murraine went perfect at the plate, three for three, to help pitcher/manager Steve Hart win the game.
Ritz-Carlton's Domingo Gonzalez and Henry Baron between them accounted for seven of their team's nine hits. Wattley got the loss.