Shah-e-Jahan's beat Baramulla Tigers in a thriller
KPL CRICKET TOURNAMENT
Baramulla, June 11: In the ongoing Kashmir Premier League (KPL) Cricket Tournament Srinagar Shah-e-Jahan’s defeated Baramula Tigers at Professor Showkat Ali Stadium Baramulla, here on Sunday.
Bating first, Baramulla Tigers scored 123 runs for the loss of eight wickets. Jehangir Bakshi was the highest with 33 while Babloo Singh scored 20 runs for them. Aamir Aziz took five wickets for Srinagar.
In reply, Srinagar Shah-e-Jahan’s achieved the required target of 124 runs for the loss of seven wickets. It was on the last ball of 20th over when Umar Alam hit a boundary and gave a wonderful victory to his team. Adil Reshi also contributed with a well compiled 50.
On the occasion, former Indian test cricketer and commentator Arun Lal witnessed the nail biting game. “ Kashmiri youth have a talent and the day is not faraway when cricketers from here will represent India” he told Greater Kashmir.
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