Opening victory for Alba Red

Opening victory for Alba Red

ManamaAlba Red beat Alba Blue by 28 runs in the opening match in under 14 group of CBA – Alba Invitation Cricket tournament. 

Batted first, Alba Red has made a huge total of 77runs for 4 wickets in 10 overs. Anirudh nair batted well with a polished unbeaten 25runs. In reply, Alba –Blue could score only 49 for the loss of 6 wickets. Ananthkrishnan bowled extremely well to take 2 wickets for just 2 runs. Krish Lokesh was the only batsman could reach the double figure with 10 runs. Anirudh Nair was declared man of the match.

In the second match, Youth Cricket Academy beat Colts Cricket Academy by 8 wickets. Batted first, Colts Cricket Academy made just 49 for the loss of 5 wickets. Nadith Tennakoon top scored with 17runs. Tejas was the most successful bowler who picked 1 wicket for 3 runs. In reply, Youth cricket academy has made 50 in 6.1 overs. Tejas top scored with an unbeaten 21 runs in 17 balls. Tejas was declared man of the match.

In under 12 group, Youth Cricket Academy beat Alba –Blue by 16runs. Batted first, Youth Cricket Academy has made a reasonable total 55 for the loss of 6 wickets. Openers Abhinav and Abhishek batted well for the opening wicket and contributed 16 runs each. Tirthankar bowled well and picked 2 wickets for just 3 runs. Arnav top scored for Abla –Blue with 13 runs. Abhinav is the most successful bowler who took 3 wickets for just 8 runs. Abhinav Girish was declared man of the match.

Alba Red beat Cric Bahrain Academy by 49 runs. Alba (Red) made 101 for 2 wickets. Sai Sarthak 46 in 32balls with six fours. Madhav bowled extremely well and 1 wickets for Cric Bahrain Academy. Sai Sarthak was declared man of the match.




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