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Vishal Cricket Club, Road Safety XI enters in quarter-final
11/19/2018 10:16:28 PM
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Nov. 19 : Vishal Cricket Club and Road Safety eleven registered wins and enters in the quarter-final stage of the league round of the "7th Eid Diwali Milan Cricket Club"
Earlier in the first match Vishal Cricket Club defeated Sparton Cricket Club by 83 runs. Batting first Vishal Cricket Club scored 162 runs for the loss of 3 wickets in 20 over. Lakhan scored unbeaten Century in 60 balls with four sixes and eleven boundaries, Rohan gill scored 31 runs in 31 balls and Jagdeshwer Singh made 13 runs. From bowling side Kartik, Ragav and Parul took 1 wicket each. In reply Sparton cricket Club could not chased the target and managed to score 79 runs 15.3 overs for the loss of all wickets thus lost the match by 83 runs. Ragav scored 15 runs ,Parul 12 and Karan made 11 runs were the main scorers. From bowling side, Sandesh took 2 wickets while Ramandeep Singh, Rohit and Asif took 1 wicket each . Lakhan was adjudged as Man of the match.
In another match, Road Safety Club defeated Lions Club by 51 runs . Batting first Road Safety Club scored 171 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in the allotted 20 overs with Hinan Malik 63 runs, Lada scored 43 runs and Ishtiaq Elahi 24 runs. From bowling Side Rahul, Sunny,Gourav and Rupesh took 1 wicket each . In reply Lions Club could not chased the target and managed to score 120 runs in 19 overs for the loss of all wickets thus lost the match by 51 runs. Rohit with 44 runs and Vneet 30 runs were the main scorers. From Bowling side Irshad took 3 wickets, RK Bhat and Majid took 2 wickets each whle Dinesh took 1 wicket. Hinan Malik was adjudged as man of the match for his alround performance.
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