Fazil Kanth Memorial T20 Tournament begins
Srinagar, July 25: The Fazil Kanth Memorial T20 invitational cricket tournament organised by J&K Cricket Association started at Islamia College ground here on Wednesday.
On the inaugural day, two matches were played in which Young Boys CC and SFD Reds emerged winners.
In the first match, Young Boys CC defeated Chanapora Super Kings by five wickets. Batting first, Super Kings were bundled out for 75 runs in 17.2 overs. Adil with 17 was highest scorer for them while Fayaz took three wickets for Young Boys.
In reply, Young Boys achieved required target in 18.2 overs for the loss of five wickets. Tanveer with 28 was highest scorer for them while Mohsin and Mukhtar took two wickets each for Super Kings.
In the second match, SFD Reds defeated NHCC Pattan in a low scoring affair by 23 runs.
Batting first, SFD Reds were bundled out for 105 runs. Irfan with 27 was highest scorer for them while Zubair Bhat and Sameer took three wickets each for NCC.
In reply, NCC were bundled out for 82 runs only thus lost match by 23 runs. Ishfaq with 19 was highest scorer for them while Amir took four wickets for SFD.
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