4 teams reach QFs
Srinagar: Murtaza Warriors, HK Stars, Anantnag Kings and JKP Tigers Thursday reached to the quarter finals in the ongoing Police Public Cricket Premier League at two venues of Kashmir University and Sher-i-Kashmir Stadium.
At Kashmir University, Ist match was played between Murtaza Warriors and Mirza Gladiators. Murtaza Warriors won the toss and scored 136 for 9 wickets in 20 overs with Adil Rasheed making 35 runs.
In reply Mirza Gladiators were bundled out for 108 for 8 wickets in 20 overs. Umar Ahmad of Murtaza Warriors was awarded with man of the match for his 20 runs and 4 wickets in 3 overs. Most sixes award was achieved by Umar Nabi of Murtaza Warriors and Adil Mushtaq of Mirza Gladiators was awarded with the best catch of the match award.
The second match was played between Anantnag Kings and Ramhall Lions. Anantnag Kings won the toss and elected to bat first.
Anantnag Kings made 173 for 8 in 20 overs with Imran Bazaz making 69 runs and Asif Rasool made 41 runs. In reply Ramhall Lions was restricted to 134 for 6 in 20 overs with Irfan-ul-Haq making 80 runs. Imran Bazaz of Anantnag Kings was awarded with man of the match. Irfan-ul-Haq and Rashid of Ramhall Lions were awarded with the most sixes and best catch of the match respectively.
At Sher-i-Kashmir Stadium, the Ist match was played between AlHamza Super Stars and HK Stars. AlHamza Super Stars won the toss and made 124 for 8 runs in 20 overs with Mohsin Ramzan making 54 runs, Abid Nabi of HK Stars took 2 wickets. In reply HK Stars chased the target by scoring 125 runs for 4 in 19.2 overs with Abid Nabi making 36 runs.
He was awarded with man of the match and most sixes in the inning awards. Paras Sharma of HK Stars achieved the award of best catch of the match.
The second match was played between JKP Tigers and BCC Bulls. JKP Tigers won the toss and made 148 runs for 5 wickets with Jatin Budawan making 51 runs. In reply BCC Bulls could reach 124 runs. JKP Tigers achieved all the awards with Man of the match was bagged by Rompy Sharma taking 4 wickets and making 15 runs not out, best catch and most sixes was awarded to Jatin Budawan.
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