Rawalpindi wins Northern League CCA Tournament 2021

The two-day last among Rawalpindi and Islamabad at the Shalimar Cricket Ground in Islamabad completed in a draw anyway Rawalpindi won the Northern League CCA Tournament 2021 title dependent on a first innings lead.

The two-day last among Rawalpindi and Islamabad at the Shalimar Cricket Ground in Islamabad completed in a draw yet Rawalpindi won the Northern League CCA Tournament 2021 title dependent on a first innings lead.

Rawalpindi were bowled out for 206 in 63.5 overs.

Opening batsman Hamza Arshad top-scored with 54 off 84 balls with the help of ten fours. Raheel Vakil from Rawalpindi scored 50 runs off 83 balls. His innings also included 10 fours.

Islamabad’s Mohammad Amir took six wickets for 47 runs.

Islamabad were bowled out for 202 in their first innings and Rawalpindi took a huge four-run lead, with Mohammad Irfan top-scoring with 52 off 109 balls with six fours and a six. ۔

Omar Nawaz played an innings of 49 off 72 balls. His innings included seven fours and a six.

In the ensuing innings, Rawalpindi broadcasted their innings at 234 for four out of 51 overs. Opening batsman Hamza Majeed scored 133 off 125 balls with 18 fours and six sixes. Hamza Arshad scored 69 off 87 balls with 10 fours and a six in his innings.

In answer, Islamabad scored 52 runs for the lack of one wicket in six overs and the match completed in a draw.

The 11-bunch Northern League was secluded into two social affairs, Pool An and Pool B. In Pool A, Rawalpindi won two matches and remained at the top while two matches were drawn.

Islamabad end up being the awesome Pool B ensuing to ruling one game and drawing one.

Among the batsmen, Hamza Arshad of Rawalpindi polished off the once-over with 550 runs at an ordinary of 78.57 and his best score was 129. In five matches, the left-gave batsman scored a century and six half-many years in the last match against Islamabad. Make half many years in the two innings.

Second on the once-over was Jhelum’s Sarmad Hameed, who scored 431 for 86.20 in five matches, including an unbeaten 157.

The right-gave batsman scored two centuries and 50 years in the opposition.

Mohammad Ajmal, a right-gave batsman from Jhelum, scored 335 runs in five matches at a typical of 67. His best score in the opposition was an unbeaten 150. He scored a century and two half-many years.

In the bowling chart, Kashif Ali of Rawalpindi took 26 wickets in five matches, including the last.

He performed well and took 10 wickets for 49 runs.

Shoaib Amir of Jhelum took 26 wickets in five matches. The gathering spinner took six wickets for 38 runs in an innings.

Nadeem Sikandar from Attock took 26 wickets in four matches in the opposition. His best show in the innings was six wickets for 93 and he took the honor of taking five wickets twice in the opposition.

Three-sided stage begins in three cricket affiliations rivalry

The three-sided time of CCA rivalries has started in Central Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Sindh.

The 19 gatherings of Central Punjab League involved three get-togethers out of which Faisalabad, Sialkot and Sheikhupura qualified for the three-sided stage. Faisalabad and Sialkot are driving in their different pools with two victories and two draws in five matches while Sheikhupura is driving in Pool A with four draw in games six matches in the opposition.

In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 19 gatherings have been apportioned into three social affairs, with Bannu, Mardan and Haripur possessing all the necessary qualities for the three-sided stage.

In Sindh too, 17 gatherings have been parceled into three social occasions, Sukkur, Zone VI and Zone VII have prepared for the three-sided stage.

In the Balochistan period of the CCA rivalry, thirteen gatherings are battling in the get-together stage to get two spots in the last.

These gatherings are parceled into two get-togethers.

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