Sangam Reds beat SFD Blues by 6 wkts
SDA DRABU T20 CRICKET TOURNAMENT
Srinagar, July 10: In the ongoing SDA Drabu T20 Cricket Tournament organised by J&K Cricket Players Association, two matches were played at TRC ground here on Tuesday.
In the first match, Sangam Reds defeated DFS Blues by six wickets. Batting first, SFD Blues scored 168 runs for the loss of seven wickets in allotted overs. Abass with 45 and Abid with 24 were highest scorers for them while as Saqib took two wickets for Sangam.
In reply, Sangam Reds, achieved required target for the loss of four wickets. Arjumand with 59 and Fayaz Ahmad with 48 were highest scorers for them while as Javid took two wickets for SFD.
In the second match, RCC Reds defeated Young Sports Anantnag by four runs. Batting first, RCC scored 173 runs for the loss of nine wickets. Museeb with 75 runs and Muzaffer with 29 were highest scorers for them while as Nadeem took three and Asif took two wickets for Young Sports.
In reply Young Sports managed to score only 169 runs for the loss of six wickets. Jalil with 79 and Nadeem with 27 were highest scorers for them while as Mudasir and Suhail took two wickets each for RCC.
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