Tweet The Lime National League is progressing smoothly with several teams accross the island competing for the coveted championship.The results for games played earlier this week are as follows;ThursdayGame 1 – Kubuli/Vitamalt Division 1 – Defending champions Wesley Raptors maintained their unbeaten record by defeating the La Plaine Avengers 84 points to 52 points, top scoring for Raptors were National Player Steve Hypolite and Curtis Akiel 17 points while Shane Eloi 12 points and Kwamie Euzebe 10 points. Share Game -2 – Domlec Premier Division – Gatorade Blazers used home court advantage to get back to winning ways by blowing out Dr Mac Prowlers 92 points to 69 points. Top Scorers for Blazers were Thomas Felix 19 points, Nanthan Jno Jules 16 points and Mickey Joseph 11 points while for prowlers Junior Aisles 18 points and Fitzgerald Daniel 12 points. Games will continue tonight at Lindo Park with two games in the Lime National League.By: Mickey Joseph Game 2 – Domlec Premier Division – No Look made light work of Johnson Drigo Oilers of Castle Bruce 96 points to 49 points, top scorers for No Look were Garth Joseph 37 points and Shamba Leblanc 20 points while Steve George 10 points , Wilbert Challenger 10 points and Mackrel Alfred 11 points for Oilers. NewsSports Division one of the Lime National League to continue this evening by: – June 11, 2011 FridayGame 1-Kubuli/Vitamalt Division 1 – E.H Charles Crossover enjoyed a comfortable victory over home base Massacre Black Hawks 83 points to 46 points, top scorers were Brane Sanderson 23 points, Macray Edwards 24 and Brandan Lazarre 16 points for Crossover while Ryan Jeremie 18 points and Bernard Timothy 12 points for Black Hawks. Share 24 Views no discussions Sharing is caring! Share
Both sides are in the unusual position of not having any Tipperary senior hurling panel members in their squads.Because of this the game is the only senior hurling action in the county this weekend.The teams came through closely fought semi-finals with Nenagh Eire Og seeing off Borrisoleigh by just 2 points while Burgess had the same winning margin over Kilruane. It’s Eire Og’s first divisional final since 2009 with manager Liam Heffernan saying it’s indicative of the strength in North Tipp hurling.That game at McDonagh Park throws-in at 3.30 on Sunday afternoon.