Gousia CC, Rawalpora CC defeat rival teams
V-C’S T20 CRICKET TOURNAMENT
Srinagar, Apr 30: In the ongoing Vice-Chancellor’s T20 Cricket Tournament, Gousia Cricket Club and Rawalpora Cricket Club won their respective matches played at Kashmir University ground here on Monday.
In the first match, Gousia CC defeated SFD Reds by three wickets while in the second match Rawalpora CC defeated SFD blues on the basis of average in a rain affected encounter.
Batting first, in first match, SFD reds were bundled out for 115 runs. Younis with 36 was highest scorer for them. In reply Gousia achieved required target for the loss of seven wickets in 17.2 overs. Umer with 31 runs was highest scorer for them and was adjudged as man of the match.
In the second match, batting first Rawalpora could score only 111 runs in 19 overs losing all their wickets in the process. Abid Hussain with 44 runs was highest scorer for them.
In reply, Rawalpora had scored 64 runs for the loss of only one wicket in 8.3 overs when rain interrupted the match. Rawalpora were declared winners on the basis of average score. Lateef of Rawalpora was adjudged as man of the match for his four overs, 17 runs and four wickets.
The event is being organised by Directorate of Physical Education and sports department of Kashmir University.
Lastupdate on : Mon, 30 Apr 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 30 Apr 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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