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Pak Blues in fine victory over Indians

Cricket
Wed, 01 Mar 2017


PAK Blues scored a fine five-wicket victory over Bahrain Indians in the Sprite-sponsored BCL 25 overs Diamond League.

Batting first, Bahrain Indians made 149 for eight with Rafeeq (38) and Rasheed (37) the main scorers while Waseeq (3-23) was the most successful bowler.

In reply, opener Usman scored a quick 81 of 44 balls, including 12 boundaries and three sixes, to lead Pak Blues to a five-wicket victory in 18.3 overs.

Other results:

Bassali Focus Tiger 155-9 (Omer Farooq 67, Bilal 24; Sultan 4-27, Imtiaz 3-34) bt Riffa Star 124 all out (Niazi 38, Umer 38; Bilal 3-31, Salman 3-13) by 31 runs.

Kaleidoscope Spartans 111-8 (Zeeshan 44, Shoaib 30; Askar 3-14) lost to Elite Cargo 113-1 in 19.5 overs (Jijo Chelad 55*, Faris 40) by 9 wickets.

LuLu 193-8 (Suneer 54, Pradeep 45; Bhupender 2-37) bt Kooheji Contractor 81 all out (Suhail 22; Anoop 3-15, Abin 2-14) by 112 runs.

Hurricane 162-9 in 25 overs (Sreejith 61, Usman 37; Anas 5-10) bt Almarai 107 all out (Jibin 21; Arshad 2-16,Usman 2-13) by 55 runs.

Young Star 126 all out (Fayyaz 26; Sachin 3-19) bt Ahmed Zayani 115 all out (Suresh 51; Shakoor 5-29) by 11 runs.

RKCT 130-7 (Gitesh 35, Guru 28; Sajeer 2/17) lost to Kerala XI 133-8 in 24.4 overs (Sajeer 57, Vinod 28; Guru 4-30) by 2 wickets.

ACL Haseena Upholstery 169 all out (Naeem 41, Wajid 35; Vishal 4/28) bt Awali Camel 116 all out (Naresh 39; Waqas 4-20, Usman 2-19) by 53 runs

T20 Diamond Knock Out League

Central Café 127 all out (Suraj 37; Nouman 3-17) lost to Asma 128-6 in 19.3 overs (Omar 51, Rana 38; Sachin 2-26) by 4 wickets.

Karnataka Royals 95-8 (Gajendra 31; Binu 2-23) lost to Indian Rising Star 98-7 in 15.5 overs (Joby 22; Nasanth 3/18) by 3 wickets.