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T20: FCC - ABCC Report


In the 2nd match of the day, Friends CC played against All Brothers CC. The weather was still sunny for the 15:00 start. ABCC won the toss and put FCC into bat first.

FCC started their innings in strong fashion. Maintaining a good run rate throughout their innings, and with some help in field by way of a few dropped catches, allowed for a good spectacle with the batsmen taking centre stage. B. Butt amassed 46 off only 32 balls, while M. Kazim notched up 53* off just 37 deliveries. N. Sohail kept up the run rate with his 22 of 21 balls, after which he decided to be retired out, just short of the allotted 20 overs, bringing FCC’s total up to 170/4 after 20 overs. The bowlers struggled to contain the FCC batsmen, with only A. Ijaz picking up 2 wickets for 24 runs in his 4 overs, and M. Sajid picking up 1 wicket for 27 runs in his 3 overs.

ABCC, requiring just above 8.5 runs per over to win the match, didn’t get off to the greatest start, having R. Javeed (0) caught after only facing 2 deliveries. ABCC struggled to match the run rate, and with patches of rain looming, they started losing wickets on a regular basis. The only 2 batsmen making any noticeable contribution were Y. Ali (38) and M. Irfan (23). FCC looked strong in the field, taking 5 catches to support some good bowling. M Quasar, K. Izaz and M. Kazim all took 2 wickets a piece, helping FCC bowl out ABCC for 110 runs.

 

T20: ACC - Mouraria Report


After almost a week of rain, there was concern that the inaugural round of the new T20 competition might not have started as planned. Thankfully Sunday morning brought with it plenty of sunshine, which helped dry out the ground. After a short delay, the first game of the day got underway.

The first match of the day was between the experienced ACC side and Mouraria. Mouraria won the toss and decided to bat first. After losing S.M. Uzzaman relatively early on, the Mouraria side seemed to be starting to stabilize with D.T. Gazi (19) and A. Razzak (11). However, due to a slow run rate and the increasing pressure from the opposition, they began risking more and more and soon fell. The slow run rate also put more pressure on the incoming batsmen, and Mouraria lost 4 more wickets at regular intervals to muster up 81/7 in their allotted 20 overs. Only R. Rahman managed a respectable 15* off 14 balls. ACC bowled well, especially I. Mehdi, taking 3 wickets for only 11 runs in 3 overs.

ACC, only requiring just above 4 runs an over, paced themselves well in search of a comfortable win. S. Bilal (17), P. Singh (21) and Z. Ali (17) were the only wickets to fall. Maintaining a run rate of just under 7.5 an over, N. Butt (15*) off only 8 balls, and R. Khaliq (2*) wrapped up the game for ACC midway through the 12th over. This gave ACC a comfortable win by 7 wickets.

 

Indoor League 10th Round Report


Bangladesh playing Gaspar Correia in the first game of the evening, won the toss and batted first. Bangladesh put on 118 runs all out, with Ahad (21), Nahid (22*) and Tanveer (15) making double figures. In reply Gaspar Correia never really managed the required run rate, managing 82 runs all out in the eight over, losing by 36 runs, with no batsman making double figures.

Kings of Punjab played Oeiras in the second game. Oeiras, lost the toss and batted first. Oeiras lost P. Buccimazza in the first over, but stabilised with R. Shrma (37*) and H. Shahzad (22*) playing positively, and ending on 109 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. In response, Kings of Punjab never matched the required run rate and were dismissed for 82 runs in the ninth over, losing by 27 runs, with Pinder (20) being the main contributor.

 

 

 

Indoor League 8th & 9th Round Reports


Oeiras played their return game against Bangladesh. Oeiras won the toss and elected to bat. Oeiras batted solidly putting on 135 runs for the loss of 2 wickets. The runs coming from Shrma (25*), P. Buccimazza (22*) and C. Buccimazza (22*).  In return Bangladesh’s Kholil and Rajack seemed to be settling down, when Rajack was run out by Shrma, following which wickets fell at regular intervals and they were all out for 47 runs, loosing by 88 runs.

The second game was the return game between Gaspar Correia and CHP, who won the toss and elected to bat. They batted solidly, putting on 142 runs all out in 9 overs. Main contributors were Jitesh (24), Jayesh (23*) and Vimal (18).  In return Gaspar Correia made a disastrous start losing Silkesh off the 2nd delivery, a position from which they never recovered, being all out for 80 runs, losing by 62 runs. The only batsman getting into double figures was Bageera (44*).

Bangladesh playing Kings of Punjab in the first game of the evening of the 9th round, won the toss and batted first. Bangladesh put on 114 runs all out, with Kholil (25) and Rajack (22) making double figures.  In reply Kings of Punjab lost 2 wickets in the first over, from which they never recovered, managing 95 runs all out in the 9th over, loosing by 19 runs. Indergit (19) and Praveen (20) were the main contributors.

Oeiras played CHP in the second game.  Oeiras, lost the toss and batted first. Oeiras  lost P. Buccimazza, run out on the first delivery and Shrma in the fourth over and never seemed to recover from there, being all out for 56 runs, with Shrma (18), Goyal (14) being the main contributors.  In response, CHP methodically scored the required runs in 6.3 overs for the loss of 1 wicket, winning by 4 wickets.

 

 

 

 

Indoor League 7th Round Report


Kings of Punjab playing Gaspar Correia in the first game of the evening, won the toss and elected to field.

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