YCC beat PCC
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Oct 7: In the ongoing Chinar Cup Cricket Tournament, organised by Bijbehara Cricket Organisation, one match was played at higher secondary school Bijbehara ground on Thursday.
In the match YCC Pampore was against PCC Green Mattan. Batting first, PCC were bundled out for 118 in 33 overs. Tariq scored 19 and Hilal 15 for them while Muneer took six wickets for YCC.
In reply, YCC achieved target for the loss of six wickets. Reyaz scored 32 and Abid 31 for them. Muneer was declared man of the match.
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