PCDA lifts CGEWCC T20 Cricket Trophy
Jammu, Mar 8: Principal Controller of Defence Accounts (PCDA) XI lifted the Twenty20 Cricket Tournament trophy which was organised by the Central Government Employees Welfare Coordination Committee (CGEWCC) at MA Stadium.
In the final, played yesterday, PCDA XI trounced equally good side of Customs and Central Excise (CCE) by seven wickets.
Earlier, batting first, after winning the toss, CCE set a target of 144 runs for the loss of seven wickets, which, in reply, PCDA chased in 18.4 overs with seven wickets in hand.
Charnajit Singh was top scorer with 41-ball 51 runs while Bhupinder Singh made 42 (off 33 balls, 6x4) runs. Gurvinder Singh contributed 10 runs to the teamís total. From PCDA, Rakesh Koul and Shakti took two wickets each while Pradeep Bali and Rajinder Sadhu shared apiece each.
Later, PCDA attained the goal with the help of a boundary making 147 runs in 18.4 overs losing three wickets. Ejaz Ahmad remained highest run getter with 32-ball 44 runs, followed by Ashok Dutta and Rakesh Koul, who contributed 40 (off 34 balls) and 31 (off 24 balls) runs respectively. Gurvinder Singh bagged two wickets and Ashwani Kumar took one from CCE.
The final was officiated by by Shashi Jamwal and PS Jamwal as umpires while BS Bhan and Sunil Chakoo were scorers. In all, eight teams took part in this knock-out event.
In the final and prize distribution function, Principal Accountant General (PAG), Venkatesh Mohan was chief guest, who gave away winners and runners-up trophies. Guests of honour, Commissioner, Customs and Central Excise, Sher Singh and Deputy Director General National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) presented other individual prizes.
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