Times of Oman2
Price in RO
24ct / gm
22ct / gm
Forex Rates vs R01
Back to Homepage
Emphatic wins for ISAS and MCCC
Times News Service
November 18, 2012 , 3 : 00 am GST
SAVE THIS ARTICLE
Hamza Yunus.Pic: Agencies
Emphatic wins for ISAS and MCCCMUSCAT: Defending champions Indian School Al Seeb aided by a brilliant unbeaten 120 off 68 deliveries from opening batsman Hamza Yunus and a haul of three wickets for 26 runs helped his team register a 28 run win against ISM.
The Khimji Ramdas sponsored U-19 Junior League 25 overs a side match was played at the Municipality Ground No.1 at Al Amerat.
Electing to bat after ISAS posted a score of 219 for 5 at the end of 25 overs. ISM requiring a fraction of under nine runs per over did well to reach 191 for the loss of nine wickets at the end of the 25th over.
Brief scores: ISAS 219 for the loss of 5 wickets off 25 overs (Hamza Yunus 120 N.O., Aadil 52 and Gautham K. 33; Mohammed Yasar 2/16 and Sanjot Singh 2/19) defeated ISM 191 for the loss of 9 wickets off 25 overs (Yash Raj 81, Arvind Singh 44, Irfan 25 and Ajay Kishore 24; Hamza Yunus 3/26 and Aadil 2/51). Points: ISAS – 4 points and ISM – Nil points (3 games – 5 Points).
In an afternoon match played at the same venue Indian School Al Ghubra (ISG) registered a 46 run win against Indian School Darsait (ISD) in a U-16 Junior League match sponsored by Al Turki Enterprises.
Batting first ISG scored 261 for 5 at the end of 25 overs. ISD faced with a daunting 262 for a win made a bold reply scoring 215 for 9 at the end of 25 overs.
Brief scores: ISG 261 for the loss of 5 wickets off 25 overs (Shreyas Malhotra 89, Shaurya Dadhwal 35, Mohammed Danish 26no, Hari Menon 23 and Manthan Shinde 20) beat ISD 215 for the loss of 9 wickets off 25 overs (Sakib Hussain 55, Tabrej Akhter 29, Siddharth 27 and Malik Rashid 26no; Hari Menon 2/40). Points: ISG - 4 points (4 games – 9 points) and ISD - Nil points (3 games – Nil points).
Gayash Dias excels
Muscat Cricket Coaching Centre (MCCC) aided by an excellent all-round performance from skipper Gayash Dias who made a top score of 63 and thereafter claimed two wickets conceding 30 runs off five overs helped lead his team MCCC to an emphatic four wicket win against Indian School Wadi Kabir (ISWK).
The Khimji Ramdas sponsored Under-19 Junior tournament match was played in the morning session at the Municipality Grounds No. 2 at Al Amerat.
Batting first ISWK were restricted to 150 for the loss of eight wickets at the end of their stipulated 30 overs.
Opening batsman skipper Mohammed Shaijad Yunus chipped in with 57 while Rathan Acharya batting at No.5 made a useful 33. Miraj Hossain and Biplab Nath claimed two wickets each conceding 13 and 16 runs respectively.
MCCC in reply lost their first wicket in the first over with five runs on the board before a 102 run second wicket partnership between opening batsman Miyuru Wickremaratne 43 and Gayash helped the team reach 152 for the loss of six wickets off 20.2 overs.
Brief scores: ISWK 150 for the loss of 8 wickets off 25 overs (Mohammed Shaijad Yunus 57 and Rathan Acharya 33; Miraj Hossain 2/13, Biplab Nath 2/16 and Gayash Dias 2/30) lost to MCCC 152 for the loss of 6 wickets off 20.2 overs (Gayash Dias 63 and Miyuru Wickremaratne 43; Mohammed Shaijad Yunus 2/29 and Rathan Acharya 2/34). Points: MCCC - 4 points (2 games – 9 points) and ISWK - Nil points (4 games – 9 points).
In an Al Turki Enterprises sponsored Junior League Under-16 match played at the same venue during the afternoon session Bangladesh School Muscat (BDSM) registered a thrilling 5 run win against Indian School Wadi Kabir (ISWK).
Deciding to bat BDSM were bowled out for 187 off 24.3 overs.
Requiring 188 for a win ISWK lost wickets at regular intervals and were restricted to 182 for the loss of nine wickets at the end of 25 overs with a top score of 46 from Dhruv Parmar. The other batsmen to make notable contributions were Rohan Koshi 38 Not Out (40b) and opening batsman Arsh Khalifa 23 (22b, 2x4). Mahbub Hassan and Sharior Nur Fahim bagged two wickets each conceding 25 and 30 runs respectively off three overs each.
Brief scores: BDSM 187 all out off 24.3 overs (Ariful Islam 48, Mohammed Asifuddin 47 and Arfadul Alam Kayes 28; Abhishek P.C. 3/26, Brijesh Gandhi 3/36 and Leslie Monis 2/38) defeated ISWK 182 for the loss of 9 wickets off 25 overs (Dhruv Parmar 46, Rohan Koshi 38no and Arsh Khalifa 23; Mahbub Hassan 2/25 and Sharior Nur Fahim 2/30). Points: BDSM - 4 points (3 games – 14 points) and ISWK - Nil points (4 games – 5 points).
Rate this Article
Rates : 1, Average : 5
Post a Comment
Did you like this section? Leave a comment!
Your Name :
Your Email Address :
Your Comment :
Enter Image Text:
No Comments Posted
Latest in this section
Hopkins putting Father Time on the ropes at 49
Hamilton battles back in Chinese Grand Prix practice
Pakistan probes stars for playing with shamed spinner
Trott to take ‘immediate break’ from cricket: England and Wales Cricket Board
Nadal and Federer breeze into last eight with comfortable wins
TOP RATED ARTICLES
Baying Blues - Muscat government hospitals grappling with lack of parking areas
Faisal Mohammed Naim
Faith for Duty - onboard HMS Somerset F82
Admiral Robin K. Dhowan elected navy chief after deadly submarine fire
Real Madrid beats Barcelona by 2-1 in the Copa Del’ Rey (Kings Cup) final
Times News Service
Reports of e-cigarette injury jump amid rising popularity, U.S. data show
More in News
More than just a moustache - Adolf Hitler vs Charlie Chaplin
Urban gardens greening Berlin rooftops, airfield
Italian violinist strikes a chord with street children
Tips for writing a good article
How to choose your writing form and communicate your creative thoughts
Natasja Engholm - Special to Times of Oman
More in Features
Target the companies that pollute most
Assaad W Razzouk
Turkey must take the lead role to end conflict in Syria
Attempts to remake Eden are dangerous
Efforts on to wash off Japan’s war crimes
Middle East, Muslim world losing battle of hearts, minds
Aijaz Zaka Syed
More in Columns
Get Top news by E-mail.
Copyright © 2012 Muscat Press & Publishing House SAOC. All rights reserved. Times of Oman is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.
For reprint rights contact:
TOO Online Editorial