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TennisBall League Match Reports - Week 1 (16-17 July 2011)
By Shravan Kommu
Aug 9, 2011
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Weekly Match Summary Reports


Saturday 7/16/2011 Anchors vs QCC at Country Field Park, Erie - Reported by Das Thumma(Anchors)

Anchors won the toss and choose to bat.Openers Bharath 44 of 50 balls and Raj 36 of 31 balls played very well and gave Anchors great start, Raj got out in 10th over when the score was 73, Good batting from Manish scored 15 of 13 balls and Das 18 not out of 8 balls for Anchors.Great bowling from Ashish bowled 4 overs took 5 wickets and gave 26 runs for QCC.

Batting 2nd QCC lost 1st wicket in 3 rd over but Bhupi 24 runs and Priyesh 9 gave some hopes for QCC they were 36/1 in 6 overs but Anchors bowlers bowled excellent and gave QCC trouble and QCC got all out for 65 runs.Great bowing from Srikanth 4 wickets for 21runs in 4 overs and Das Thumma 3 wickets for 3 runs in 3 overs.

MOM: Bharath Kotla for his excellent knock of 44 runs in 50 balls.

Sunday 7/17/2011 SCC vs WyoCC at Country Field Park, Erie - Reported by Arun Santhanakrishnan(SCC)

SCC won the toss and elected to bat. WyoCC started off well and at one point the score was 4/1 in 4 overs. After that there was a decent partnership between Babu and Arun and managed to stabilize things for SCC. After the wicket of Babu’s there were some wickets that went WyoCC’s way. Arun and Vamsi for SCC had one more good partnership which helped the score to be 97/7 after 20 overs. Vamsi scored 20 runs and Arun scored 42 runs. Saikat got 2 wickets for WyoCC.

When WyoCC started playing, there were wickets in regular intervals. Amit from WyoCC played really well and managed to score 36 before he got out. Amit and Sriganesh had a decent partnership in the middle. When Amit got out, things started going SCC way. WyoCC in the 17th over lost all their wickets for 73. Srini bowled really well and got 3 wickets for SCC.

MoM: Arun from SCC.


Saturday 7/16/2011 Warriors vs Denver Indians at Memorial Park, Colorado Springs - Reported by Ravi Badam(Warriors)

Warriors won the toss and elected to bowl. Ranga and Chakrapani opened the bowling attack for Warriors. Ranga bowled 3 overs gave 5 runs including a maiden over. Chakrapani did the damage and grabbed 3 quick wickets along with one classic runout with Ramesh. At the end of over 5 the Denver Indians were reeling at 15/4. Ravi took 2 more wickets in the 6th over including the key wicket of Dixit. Ramesh grabbed 2 more wickets in 2 overs for just 3 runs. At this point with 8 wickets down Nagendra tried to stabilize the innings scoring 5 runs. Manohar got both the remaining wickets with the first two balls of the 11th over to end the inning. Overall it was a great bowling performance by Warriros. Vikas scored 6 and Nagendra scored 5. No boundaries in the innings. Score: Denver Indians 25 all out in 10.2 overs with 7 extras.

Harish and Ram opened the innings for Warriors. Ram hit an excellent 6 in the second over to get things going. At the end of second over Harish got out trying to break through the long off region. Manohar got in and scored a boundary in the 4th over to seal the win. 1 six and 1 four were scored in the innings. Score: Warriors 27/1 in 3.3 overs.

MoM: Chakrapani Kundeti from Warriors.

Saturday 7/16/2011 Denver Chargers vs Colorado Amigos at Memorial Park, Colorado Springs - Reported by Arulraj Rathinam(Colorado Amigos)

Chargers won the toss and elected to bowl. Amigos scored 146 runs in their 20 overs. Pramod from Colorado Amigos scored 40 runs NOT OUT with 5 boundaries.

With target of 147, Chargers opened their batting and lost openers early and one time it was 34/4 in 10 overs, later they played sensibly and scored 86/7 in 20 overs.

MoM: Pramod from Colorado Amigos

Saturday 7/16/2011 Spartans vs Syntel Eleven at Memorial Park, Colorado Springs - Reported by Santosh Kumar(Spartans)

Spartans won the toss and elected to field. Kishore and Sunny started the bowling attack picking up wickets in their first over. Keshav and Guru picked up wickets in their first spell as well restricting Syntel XI to 32 runs in 8 overs. Satya played well for Syntel scoring 20runs. Syntel XI were all out for 68runs in the 20th over, Kishore and Sunny picked up 3 wickets each while Keshav picked up 2 wickets.

Spartans started their batting with a good partnership from Vikas 26 runs and Naveen 9runs, after the loss of 2 quick wickets Keshav 16 and Kishore 13 completed the innings in 10.3 overs.

MoM: Kishore from Spartans.

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