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Twenty20 Match Reports - (10-11 June 2017) - Last updated 15-Jun-2017 12:11am
By Poorvaj Venkatraman(FRCC); Naman Parashar (FCCC); Prasanna Damodaran(CSCC-Stars); Dhiren Patel(LCC-Lions); Vikrant Thakre(RCC);
Jun 13, 2017
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Twenty20 Match Reports - (10-11 June 2017)

DCC vs RCC T20, June 11, 2017 at Cornerstone, Reported by Vikrant Thakre(RCC)

On a beautiful sunny day T20 game was played between DCC and RCC. Game started at the scheduled time at 2.00 pm. RCC captain Vikrant won the toss and had no hesitation to bowl first. DCC openers Manjinder and Sameer provided a good start with a 34 run opening partnership. After the fall of Sameer's wicket Vikas joined Manjinder and took the score with a steady speed to 92. It looked like game was drifting away from RCC but then RCC lifted the spirits and started to came back into the game by picking regular wickets. With an inspired spell of swing bowling from Elango and a spin web from Vikas and Sudarshan RCC managed to restrict DCC for a score of 127. Manjinder was the top scorer for DCC with a 45 run knock off 52 balls.

RCC openers Adarsh and Abhijeet came out looking to be positive but were haulted by Harpreet and Sanket on account of good old swing bowling. Sanket in particular was on fire and bowled a beautiful spell making early in roads into the long RCC batting line up. Just when it looked like DCC were taking a firm grip on the game RCC's seasoned campaigner Elango walked in with debutant Srini at the other end. The duo started to build a partnership and pull RCC back into the game. Srini started the fireworks in the 8th over hitting a six and a four. Elango on the other end watched patiently waiting for his turn and in the next over launched an attack by hitting 2 sixes and 1 four. The attack brought RCC back into the game. Elango again went after Raghav bowling the 16th over of the innings to hit 3 sixes and a four. Finally Raghav was rewarded with the wicket of Elango who made a blistering 60 of 25 balls. Srini on debut made 30 runs of 30 balls and remained unbeated.
At the end RCC were able to comfortable beat DCC with 4 wickets remaining.

Man of the Match: Elango Ashokan

See DCC vs RCC T20 CCL Scorecard


CCB vs CCCC, T20, 06/10/17, and reported by Srinivasan Sundararajan(CCCC)

CCB Won the toss and elected to bat first on a beautiful sunny afternoon in Longmont. CCB did not get off to a great start as Manjeet was out caught in the very first over and lost 2 more wickets by the end of the powerplay. CCB kept losing wickets at regular interval except for Hari who kept CCB in the game by playing aggressively and scoring 46(36). CCB Finished with 106/8 in 20 overs. All the bowlers for CCCC bowled well but Cecil was the pick of the bowlers with figures of 4-0-13-2

CCCC looking to continue their T20 winning form got off to a great start with Ashish and Bhuppi playing cautiously but kept putting away the bad balls. CCB missing couple of their key bowlers couldn’t get the early breakthrough they were looking for and CCCC was off to 57/1 of 8 overs. CCB took couple of wickets in quick succession but Sandeep and Praveen made sure no more wickets fell that day and brought CCCC home. CCCC ended up with 107/2 in 16.2 overs. Ashish top scored for CCCC with 38(34) and Eugene took 2-27 of his 4 overs. Satyam was the pick of the bowlers for CCB with the figures of 4-1-6-0.

Ashish Singhal was adjudged man of the match for his 38(34) in the chase.
Man of the match: Ashish Singhal for his 38 (34)

See CCB vs CCCC T20 CCL Scorecard


CSCC Stripes @ LCC-L: T20 game, Jun 10, 2017 - Reported by Dhiren Patel(LCC-L)

It was a bright sunny day and host LCC Lions all set to play their first double header of the season. Temperature was expected to be in high 90s. CSCC Stripes won the toss and Raymond, captain of CSCC, immediately choose to bat first without any hesitation. LCC were on top right from the start of the game and bundled CSCC for just 32 runs. Highest run contributor of from the inning was extras (12). Bhavya bowled any exceptional spell (4-0-6-4). Dhruv, Sandip and Amar got 2 wickets each.

LCC openers Dhruv and Garnet started the chase with a bang scoring 18 of the first over. Garnet launched a biggie over the cover and it went almost 80 meters. Soon, he got out on the fifth ball of the first over. Shakthi joined Dhruv and they completed the formality of scoring 15 runs and got LCC Lions very comfortable win. LCC Lions won the game by 9 wickets with 17 overs to spare.

Man of the Match: Bhavya Khilnani was rightly declared MoM for his superb bowling spell (4-0-6-4).

See LCC-L Vs CSCC Stripes Scorecard


LCC-T @ LCC-L: T20 game, Jun 10, 2017 - Reported by Dhiren Patel(LCC-L)

LCC Tigers won the toss and chose to bat first. Nayab and Ramesh gave a flying start scoring 45 in the first three overs. Dhiren came to the attack and gave only 2 runs in the fourth over and brought some relief. Finally, in the 8th over, Dhiren got two wickets including danger man Nayab (41 in 25 balls). Tigers scored 137/9 in 20 overs. Dhiren got his fiver giving only 7 runs in 4 overs. Ramesh and Ashish scored 30 and 25 runs respectively.

LCC openers Dharam and Ahamed started the inning cautiously by looking out Raj’s inswingers. Nayab got first wicket of the inning (Ahamed) and kept the game alive. Ashish came to the attack in 8th over and got two wickets (Shakthi and Dhiren). Bodha joined Dharam and as usual, he hit some brutal shots and made quick 19* in just 8 deliveries. Dharam played very crucial role in the chase and played an excellent inning scoring 77* in 49 balls (7 fours and 5 sixes) and made sure Lions reaches their victory line comfortably. LCC Lions won the game by 6 wickets with 3.1 overs to spare.

Men of the Match: Dharam Patel and Dhiren Patel were rightly declared joint MoM for their excellent contribution to win this game.

See LCC-L Vs LCC-T Scorecard


T20 – CSCC Stars VS BCC, June 10 2017 at Memorial - Report by: Prasanna Damodaran(CSCC-Stars)

BCC won the toss and decided to bowl first.

CSCC Stars had a slow start losing star batsman Kervyn Dimney in the first over after a brilliant throw from Antony. Viswa and Sandeep started ticking the scorecard but it didn't continue after BCC’s pacer Narendra took both their wickets in the same over. Narayan and Abhay started building their partnership slowly, CSCC being at 47/3 at the end of the 12th over. Narayan started scoring by picking BCC bowlers' length early and pulls hit to square leg. Abhay tried hitting Antony outside off ball to third man, but after a thick outside edge it landed on wicket keeper Hardik’s gloves. CSCC Stars scored 80 runs in the last 8 overs and ended up scoring 125/6 in 20 overs with a brilliant knock from Narayan 40*. Narendra and Kamal claimed two wickets each.

BCC started their innings chasing a run a ball target of 126, but CSCC Stars bowlers didn’t allow the openers to settle down - Narayan took an extraordinary catch after BCC’s opener Bhaskar tried hitting Hamayun’s good length to mid-on. Fahad took a brilliant catch after a thick inside edge from Ananth’s bat. BCC started building partnership, but CSCC bowlers took wickets in regular intervals. BCC were 36/6 after losing Kamal for a spectacular runout from Avinash and brilliant first ball wicket by Kervyn, which sent Hardik back to the pavilion. Benjmin and Keyur added quickly to their score by hitting CSCC Stars bowlers out of the park. They scored 19 runs in Avinash's 2nd over. But CSCC Stars' experienced bowler Kervyn took them both down in his consecutive overs. End of 17.2 overs BCC were all out for 89 runs. Kervyn took 3 and Humayun took 2 wickets in all. CSCC Stars won the match by 37 runs

Man of the Match: Narayan Madabusi for his brilliant knock of 40* (45b 2x4) and 1/14

See CSCC-Stars Vs BCC Scorecard (CCL)


FCCC @ YCC: T20 game, June 10, 2017 – Longmont : Reported by Naman Parashar (FCCC)

YCC elected to field after winning the toss. FCCC’s start wasn’t smooth with Santanu walking back in first over itself. Naveen was part of two excellent partnerships with Omar and later Darshan. With Naveen and Darshan in the middle, FCCC was always in a steady position and ended on 206, thanks to half-centuries from both.

206 was always a challenging total, and losing wickets at regular intervals didn’t help YCC’s cause. They were never really in the game, except for some resistance from Prasad, Naveen and Thushara. Naveen show good temperament in staying not-out, but wasn’t supported well by his middle order. YCC finished on 116/7 in 20 overs.

Man of the Match: Naveen KP for his brilliant 71 from 52.

FCCC Vs YCC Scorecard (CCL)

FCCC Vs YCC Scorecard (Chauka)


T20 DCC v FRCC, Jun 11, 2017 at Cornerstone. Reported by: Poorvaj Venkatraman, FRCC

FRCC travelled to Cornerstone Park for this week’s T20. The wicket was very different at the first look. The surface looked spongy with evident scruff marks. Rohit was very unsure with his decision to bat or field first. The DCC camp also proclaimed this to be their first match at the ground. Harpreet won the toss and chose to bat first thinking that a big total would put pressure on FRCC.

FRCC’s bowling has really clicked over the past few weeks and this week was no less wherein, FRCC saw one of the brilliant bowling displays having bowled out the opponent for just 23 on the score board. Rohit and Srisailesh Chari started the bowling and it was surprising that the captain did not need another bowler to feature in the scorecard. Infact, one would actually wonder if FRCC fielded 11 players for this frenzied game.Coming to the bowling, Rohit picked Vikas in the first over and the opener had no clue to beautiful delivery from Rohit and edged one to the keeper. This started the downfall of DCC.

Chari, bowling from the other end was on a different planet that day. He ended the game with 7/10 to his name - an incredible achievement ( best bowling figures of FRCC ). This one actually surpassed the best bowling figures for an FRCC player registered just a week before by Subhashish’s 6/6. Chari was on a hat-trick twice in the game. First when he dismissed Sanket and Sameer - a catch in midoff and a bowled in the 2nd over of the innings. He was again on a hat-trick when he dismissed Aniket and Ashwani in the 4th over of the innings - both occasions uprooting the stumps. Rohit then removed the DCC keeper to a very good delivery swinging in and Deepak had no answer to it. Chari came back and took two more. He registered his first five-wicket haul in this 3rd over of his spell. Umang and Arvind both succumbed as LBW victims to Chari. Rohit came back and took Raghav’s wicket trapping him with a leg-before.

Harpreet was the lone batsman trying to save the innings. Harpreet at this point had no option but to go after every ball. He smacked Chari for a six. His figures would have read 7/4 if not for that. Nontheless, Harpreet played a shot too many and Rohit caught the skier to end DCC’s innings. DCC finished with 23/10 in 7.4 overs. Chari’s figures 3.4-0-10-7 and Rohit’s figures 4-0-13-3 was the bowling for FRCC and Harpreet was the only batsman to enter double figures with 12(16).

FRCC came in to bat with a very aggressive intent and the innings lasted only 11 balls. Sumeet smacked the first ball for a six over extra cover. Sumeet continued to try and hit everything out of the park but found the fielder at deep Mid-wicket while trying to play one and got out to the spinner Raghav. Afshin came in at 3. Smacked a 4 and a 6 in only two balls and finished the game for FRCC. The whole game lasted less than 10 overs. Sumeet 17(5) and Afshin 10(2) in the batting. Raghav took 1/21 in 0.5 overs.

Man of the match was undoubtedly Srisailesh Chari for his 7/10 in a T20 game.

Man of the Match: Srisailesh Chari for his unbelievable spell of 7 wickets for 10 runs.

See DCC v FRCC Scorecard

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CCB 14 9 1 4 0 19 1.75
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CCCC-Gold 14 8 0 6 0 16 1.14
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DDCC 14 10 0 4 0 20 2.81
BCC 15 6 1 8 0 13 -0.93
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LCC-T 14 7 0 7 0 14 -0.55
CCCC-Green 14 4 0 10 0 7 -2.43
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