THE Guyana Softball Cup 6 comes to a close today with exciting action set for the Demerara Cricket Club as Regal Masters look to repeat as champions in the Open category.Meanwhile, the Guyana Floodlights Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA) team will be looking to add the title of Masters’ Champions to their name when they face Fisherman’s XI.Coming into the Masters’ finals encounter, Fisherman’s XI made light work of Regal Masters in the first semi-final played yesterday. The Fisherman’s side bowlers dismantled the strong batting of Regal, sending them back to the pavilion for 84. In chasing down the relatively small total,the Fisherman’s side then cruised easily to victory.In the second semi-final, Floodlights won by one run after making 137-1 from 14 overs and then restricting the President’s XI to 136-6 from their 20 overs. It was Ramesh Narine and Ricky Deonarine who finished with 59 and 46 runs respectively who saw their side home.The first open semi-final saw exciting action with an excellent display of battling by Speedboat, who scored 114-1 in 9.2 overs,after containing Ariel to 113-8 in a shortened 15-over game. Regal then continued their dominant run and earned consecutive spot in the finals by scoring 106-2 in 15.1 overs after bowling out New York Enforcers for 104 in 16.2 overs.Today’s action will commence at 10:00hrs with the female exhibition games. The female teams include Mike’s Wellwoman, Trophy Stall Angels, 4R Lioness and Blue Divas. The Masters’ finals is set for 12:00hrs with the Open finals starting at 17:00hrs under floodlights.At stake is over $2M in cash and other prizes.Tickets cost $1,000 and will be sold at the gate. Prizes are up for grabs and spectators are asked to keep their half tickest in order to be eligible to win these prizes.Four persons can each win a trip for themselves and partner to Baganara (1 night), Kaieteur/Orinduik Falls (1day), Arrowpoint (1 night), and Aruwai Resort White H20 (1 night) with all expenses paid.Patrons can also win ten hampers that are up for grabs.The tournament is sponsored by STAG, Rubis Guyana, Trophy Stall, Survival Group of Business, Steve’s Jewellery, Clear Waters, Busta Soft Drinks, Rohan Auto Spares, A&R Jewanram Printery, W.J Enterprise and Mike’s Pharmacy.