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The LATE OF SANJEEV SHARMA Session-2 T-20 CRICKET LEAGUE U-19 (League Matches) between S A. Cricket Academy and BAL BHAVAN CRICKET ACADEMY, (SN) was held in New Rpl Ground, Ghaziabad. BAL BHAVAN CRICKET ACADEMY  won the toss and opted to field first.

Batting first, S A. Cricket Academy we’re off to a very good start with the opener Mubarik gave a breathtaking performance as he scored 74 runs top scored in the match with 11 fours. Mubarik was declared as best batman. Apart from Mani Ji, Shaurya Verma (c) also scored 18 runs.

BAL BHAVAN CRICKET ACADEMY, (SN) in reply played brilliantly for the chase, Rahul Verma and Deepanshu Chaudhary anchored the innings and scored a fighting knock of 36-36 runs. He smashed 4 fours and 1 sixes taking on the bowlers with superlative ease. Apart from Rahul, Krish Yadav (16), Md.kaif (12), Jitendar Sharma (18) also played well as BAL BHAVAN CRICKET ACADEMY, (SN) crossed the victory line at the score of 124/4 in 17.2 overs winning the match by 6 wickets. Deepanshu Chaudhary Grabs a win in LATE OF SANJEEV SHARMA Session-2 T-20.

  • Mubarik scored 74 runs in 72 balls from team S A. Cricket Academy
  • Best Bowler- Deepanshu Chaudhary took 3 wickets
  • Player of the match – Deepanshu Chaudhary 
  • Best Batsman – Mubarik 

Top Performers 

Batting

Mubarik *                                            74 (72)

Rahul Verma                                      36 (27)

Deepanshu Chaudhary                     36 (33)

Bowling

Deepanshu Chaudhary                      3 (4.0)  

Sartaj Ansari                                      2 (4.0)  

Mubarik                                             1 (4.0)          

Brief Scores- 

BAL BHAVAN CRICKET ACADEMY, (SN).: 124/4 (17.2 Ov)

Deepanshu Chaudhary (36), Rahul Verma (36), Krish Yadav (16), Md.kaif (12), Jitendar Sharma (18), Gautam (c) (0).

S A. Cricket Academy: 122/5 (20.0 Ov)

Mubarik (74), Gautam Saini (0), Shaurya Verma (c) (18), Nitesh (wk) (0), Dev Sharma (0), Rohit Yadav (16), Rahul (0).

BAL BHAVAN CRICKET ACADEMY, (SN). won by 6 wickets

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