SDA Drabu Cricket Tourney underway
Srinagar, June 8: In the ongoing SDA Drabu Cricket tournament organized by J&K Cricket Players Association, no match was played on Friday due to bad weather at TRC ground.
Meanwhile on Thursday two matches were played, ACC and UCC emerged out as winners.
In the first match Abid-Ul-Islam Cricket Club (ACC) defeated Golden Dal Lake by five wickets while in second match, UCC Red defeated Islamia Cricket Club Islamabad by six wickets.
The organisers on Friday announced the schedule of the matches to be held from June 11 to 16.
On June 11, Friends-XI Peerbagh will lock horns with Srinagar Gymkhana in first match while in second match; Madina CC will be against City Hunks.
On June 12, Barasyed CC will be against SYCC in first match while in second match, Dachinipora-XI will clash with Khanyar Sports.
On June 13, RCC Reds will take on Srinagar Club in first match while in second match; ASCC Blues will be against Young Kadipora Anantnag.
On June 14, Sangam CC Blues will clash with RCC Safakadal in first match while in second match, BCC Reds will be against RCC Budgam. On June 15, Kashmir Gymkhana reds will be against Sulaiman CC in first match while in second match, Sherpather CC will be against RCC Budgam.
On June 16, Sangam CC Reds will lock horns with Eagle CC in first match while as second, MCC Sopore will play BCC Blues.
Lastupdate on : Fri, 8 Jun 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 8 Jun 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sat, 9 Jun 2012 00:00:00 IST
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