Twenty20 Match Reports - Week 6 (20-21 May 2017)

Author: Mangesh Chaudhari & Kervyn Dimney on behalf of CCL-EC
Submitted: May 25, 2017

T20 5-21-2017 reported by Vikrant Thakre (RCC)

On a beautiful day for the game of cricket the T20 game was played between RCC and CSCC-stars at the Denver ground. CSCC captain Prasanna won the toss and had no hesitation to bat first. CSCC openers Kervyn and Viswa provided a good start to CSCC innings with Kervyn batting fluently and hitting boundaries at will. After the fall of first wicket, Jayanth arrived to the crease and had a solid partnership with Kervyn till RCC made a break through by getting the wicket of Jayanth at the score of 102 in 13.5 overs. Sudarshan, Akhilesh and Naresh pulled the game back with some disciplined bowling and restricted the CSCC at 147 of 20 overs.

RCC started their innings looking to be positive but suffered an early loss wickets with some disciplined bowling from Humayun, Prasanna & Avinash. Adarsh and Sudarshan came together and went after the CSCC bowling hitting boundaries and sixes in full 360 spectrum. Partnership was studded with lusty hits and equally elegant cover drives, strokeplay can be best described as a hot knife piercing the soft butter. Sudarshan departed at the score of 102 with a beautiful away moving delivery by Humayun and CSCC started to see a chance to make a comeback in the game but Adarsh on the other end was virtually unstoppable and kept the assault going. In the end RCC comfortable chased the score of 148 in 19 overs with one over to spare.
Prasanna was the most successful bowler with 3 wicket haul, followed by Zaheer with 2 wickets.
Umpires adjudged Adarsh Sharma as man of the match for his 71 runs of 47 balls.

Man of the Match: Adarsh Sharma for his 71 runs out of 47 balls.

Chauka Scorecard
CCL scorecard

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T20 05/20/2017, Reported by Harpreet Singh (DCC)

DCC won the toss and elected to bat first. Conditions at Denver ground were surprisingly good even with all the snow that we got since last few days.

DCC got off to a cautious start as they tried a new opening pair with Deepak and Jaswinder. DCC lost first wicket in 5th over with score at 21. Sanket and Jaswinder had a good 40 runs partnership to take the score to 61 when Sanket lost his wicket after scoring good knock of 21 runs. DCC lost couple of quick wickets and they reached 115 runs with the loss of 5 wickets at the end of the innings. Jaswinder played good for his knock of 47 runs not out in 48 balls. LCC-T bowlers bowled nice line and length. Phani, Aashish and Imran picked up a wicket each.

DCC got off to a perfect start as Harpreet picked Nayab’s wicket on first ball of the innings. LCC-T kept the scoreboard ticking with good running between the wickets and an odd boundary. LCC-T lost few more wickets in the run chase as the required run rate was increasing. At the end of 17th over, LCC-T needed 25 runs with 5 wickets in hand, Ramesh was notout on 43 runs. Sanket bowled an excellent 18th over as he gave only 3 runs and picked important wicket of Ramesh with a perfect yorker. DCC gave away another 11 runs in next two overs and

LCC-T fell short by 10 runs from the victory. Harpreet, Sanket, Nitya, Manjinder and Jaswinder picked up a wicket each. Sanket was the pick of the bowlers for awesome bowling in 18th and 20th overs. Deepak had an awesome day with the gloves as he got two lighting quick stumpings.

Man of the Match: Jaswinder Singh was declared MoM for scoring 47 runs not out and picking up a wicket.

Chauka Scorecard
CCL Scorecard

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