Bahrain Indians win over Eagles

Bahrain Indians win over Eagles

ManamaBahrain Indians CC (BICC) beat Muharraq Eagles by 8 runs in the latest matches of the CBA Cricket C Division tournament.

BICC won the toss and elected to bat first, they scored 173 at the end of 20 overs for 8 wickets. Shaheen the top scorer with 60 runs and well supported by Jamsheed with 31 runs. Waseem took 3 wickets for Muharraq Eagles. 

In second innings Eagles winup for 165 runs, Noman scored 55 but other failed to contribute. Jaseer took 2 wickets for BICC.

Other scores:

NDC Bahrain 126/8 (Karthik 26, Raja 4/14) beat Fateh Curtain 92/10 (Raja 30, Mathew 3/10, Mahesh 3/17) by 34 runs.

Falcon CC 87/4 in 13.1 overs (Renil 50) beat Central Café 84/10 (Sachin 33, Renil 2/9) by 6 wickets.

Shahzad Zafar 167/6 (Majid 42, Asad 33) beat Karnataka Royals 148/7 (Vasanth 57, Charan 37, Faran 3/22) by 19 runs.

SNCS Transfast 133/8 (Vipin 38, Hamza 3/18) beat Young Star 132/9 (Atif 58, Shyju 2/25) by 2
wickets.

Sultan Palace 147/7 (Shyam 53, Remy 21, Naveen 3/12) beat Tornado A 132/10 (Gigin 45, Asif 4/19) by 15 runs.

ACL 185/5 (Saeed 75, Jaan 33, Harpreeth 2/28) beat RKCT 98/10 (Guru 35, Waqas 4/19) by 87 runs.

Division D: 

Karnataka Strikers 88/2 in 11.5 overs (Ullas 39, Sandeep 25) beat Bharath Legends 87/10 (Sam 22, Mir 2/7) by 8 wickets.

Azeem CC 93/0 in 11.1 overs (Zain 52, Nafees 36) beat ALGhad Cargo 92/10 (Shujy 18, Faisan 3/15, Jabbar 2/7) by 10 wickets.

Bassali Tigers 129/9 (Omer 50, Shoaib 3/22) beat Sprite 65/10 (Zeeshan 20, Farhan 4/11, Omar 4/12) by 64 runs. 




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