Paula Kaye Cranfill, 66, of Greensburg passed away Saturday, February 18, 2017 at her home. She was born at Moores Hill on April 29, 1950 the daughter of Loren and Clara Campbell Beggs. Survivors include two sons Kris (Mendey) Cranfill of Versailles and Brian Cranfill of St. Augustine, Florida; one daughter Jamie Copeland of Aurora; two sisters Wanda of Florence, Kentucky and Lori Hunter of Greensburg. Mrs. Cranfill was a 1968 graduate of Moores Hill High School. She was employed with Hitachi in Greensburg. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, February 23rd at 10:30am at the Stratton-Karsteter Funeral Home in Versailles with Doug Norman of The Bridge of Hope officiating. Burial will be in the Forest Hill Cemetery in Moores Hill. Visitation will be Wednesday from 5pm to 7pm. Memorials may be given to the donor’s choice.
LEG-spinner Amir Khan spun his way to a whopping 15 wickets and his Everest Cricket Club team to an innings and nine runs victory over GNIC when action in the GISE Star Party Rental and Trophy Stall First-Division competition continued over the weekend at the Everest ground. Everest batted first after they lost the toss on Saturday, but were able to put together a workman-like total of 256, with Ritchie Looknauth leading the charge with 70 (6X4s, 1X6).Ronaldo Renee supported with 45, while Khan added 37 and David Williams 30.Premchand Sookdeo finished with 3-62 for the visitors. By the close of play, GNIC were on 96-4 with Khan having already claimed 4-26 from 10 overs.On Sunday, the visitors folded. They lost their last six first inning wickets for 34 runs as they succumbed for 130 in 44 overs. Khan continued from his first-day dominance by taking four additional wickets to finish with figures of 8-31 from 17 overs.The home team then enforced the follow on and Khan again did the damage. He grabbed 7-39 from 12 overs to help dismiss GNIC for 117 from 33 overs. Along with Khan, who took wickets at regular intervals, Looknauth also picked up three wickets.