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Osian’s cruise to seven wicket win

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Mumbai: Aditya Singh's four wickets helped Osian's Cricket Club script an easy seven wicket win over a hapless National Sports Club of India during the Gannon Dunkerlely Co. Ltd Cricket League held at the PJ Hindu Gymkhana recently.

National Sports Club of India won the toss and elected to bat and soon found themselves against the wall as they lost three wickets for 48 runs. Kamran Ahmad was the lone batter who was among the scorers adding 48 to the tally. Barring him and Paras Zaveri (26 runs), the other batmen contributed in single digits thereby culminating their innings in the 18th over. Aditya Singh took four wickets conceeding only 16 runs from his four overs. In reply, Osian's didn't have much difficulty in reaching the target as their openers Vishal Shah (52 runs off 28 balls) and Digvijay Kathiwada (50 off 38 balls) ensured OCC got off to a quick start and contributed 68 runs for the first wicket and in quick time. Kamran Ahmad found success for NSCI with a couple of wickets to his credit.

Aditya Singh was adjuged the Man of the Match for bagging four wickets.

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