The 2022 Terrence “Chino” Chinnery National Fastpitch Softball League Championships is set to commence this evening at the E. Walwyn Brewley Ballpark playing field.

The championships will consist of a best of five series in both the men’s and women’s divisions and will be played on Fridays and Sundays.

In the women’s division, the undefeated defending champions Synergy will be taking on 2017 champions That’s Ya Problem at 7pm.

Synergy became the first team of any division to reach the championships and after sweeping Lady Hawks 2-0 in their playoff series.

Game 2 ended in the 6th inning with Synergy putting up 14 runs to Lady Hawks 1.

That’s Ya Problem secured a spot in the championships by defeating West End Warriors 19-4 in the decisive Game 3, after losing the first game.

They led the game 6-0 until the top of the 3rd inning when the Warriors’ dynamic player Jelisa Potter stroked an in-the-park home run with bases loaded, putting the score 6-4.

Potter started on the mound for the West End Warriors but was relieved by Sarah Potter-Washington to end the game.

That’s Ya Problem bats couldn’t be stopped, putting 13 additional runs on the board to finish the game.

That’s Ya Problem had many notable hits by Shaika Jeffers, Kaynesha Stoutt, Akira Phillip, Valissia Brathwaite and other players.

Men’s Division

Meanwhile, in the men’s division championships, defending champions Power Outage will be taking on Pirates.

Power Outage swept aside Storm 2-0 in their playoff series.

Game 2 saw Power Outage striking several hits against Storm to advance to the championships with a 16-1 win.

Dariel “Robbie” Robinson was credited for going the distance on the mound to ensure the win for Power Outage.

Pirates on the other hand had to pull off a victory in the decisive Game 3 of the series after losing the second game.

They shut out Raiders 7-0 with Levron Sarauw having a 2-run triple to start the game and he continued his quick bat speed with a 2-run walk-off homerun to shut down the game by mercy.

V2-run pitcher Honourable Neville “Sheep” Smith enhanced his 2022 season with multiple strikeouts and remained dominant against his opponents to ensure the team’s big win.

The men’s championship game will commence immediately after the women’s game.

The match will be streamed exclusively on 284Media’s CCT Live channel.

Admission at the gates is $5 for adults and $2 for children.