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Twenty20 Match Reports - (15-16th July 2017) - Last updated 20-Jul-2017 10:41pm
By Kervyn Dimney(CSCC); Omer Rafiq (FCCC);Rohit Saini(FRCC);Vikrant Thakre(RCC)
Jul 16, 2017
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Twenty20 Match Reports - (15-16th July 2017)

CSCC-Stripes Vs LCC-T 15-July-2107 10am at Memorial Park – Reported by Kervyn Dimney(CSCC-Stars)

CSCC-Stripes lost to LCC-T by one run on the chase.

Man of the Match: Vamsi Kanumuri
See LCC-T Vs CSCC-Stripes Scorecard


CSCC-Stripes Vs LCC-T 15-July-2107 10am at Memorial Park – Reported by Dharma Appararsu(LCC-T)

LCC-T Won the toss and decided to bat. Match started by 10.00 as per schedule. LCC-T had a great start. Both openers put together a good partnership of 57 runs with Nayab scoring 39 runs of 25 balls.
LCCT scoring 84 in 10 overs after break CSCC Stripes making few bowling changes and good fielding restricted LCCT to total of 133/7, other batting contributions Ramesh 21 of 26, Mayank 15 of 18 and Dharma 13 of 13. and Steve Pressdee was the pick of the bowler with 4-0-17-3.

CSCC chasing 133 runs in 20 overs started their innings very cautiously losing their first wicket for 38 runs were only 48 at end of the break for 10 overs, Vamsi walked in at the fall of 2 wicket and stared play great, hitting all the bowler out the park scoring rapidly and getting them close to win well supported by Sudheer , Game came to close with 8 runs required of 6 balls with Mayank bowling the last over and stopping CSCC stripes batters from scoring 2 runs of the last ball.
and Mayank was the pick of bowler for LCC-T with figures of 4-0-36-2, with great support from other bowlers.

LCC-T won by 1 Run.

Vamsi Kanumur (CSCC Stripes) was adjudged man of the match for his 66(49) not out.


FCCC vs CCCC at Fort Collins, T20, reported by Omer Rafiq (FCCC)

FCCC Won the toss and elected bat.
1st ball of the FCCC innings, CCCC got the chance to pick FCCC captain Omer when he edged on an out swinger from Cecil. Omer is one of the batsman in league whom you don’t afford to drop. Proving that one more time Omer partnered with Dipal, put 71 Runs on board in 9 overs before Dipal fell after scoring 15 runs. After the break Omer scored 36 runs in only 15 balls before he was held on to at the boundary. Along with him another aggressor Faiq Scored 25 runs only in 12 balls which is well accompanied by Naveen, who made it possible for FCCC to reach the commendable score of 187. Naveen's unbeaten 44 runs in 22 balls was a gem of innings which is decorated with magnificent 6 over the cover. FCCC scored 187/6.

While chasing CCCC was always under pressure of the asking rate of over 9. Responding to that Vaidy Started the innings with couple of big hits but did fall to Rajesh. In between Srini(25 off 9 ball) and Cecil(18 of 8 Balls) looked as a 'men on a mission' but they did not last long. At the end Praveen’s 21 Runs in 9 balls and Satya’s 13 runs made CCCC reach 150.

Man of the Match: Omar Rafiq for 84 runs.
See FCCC vs CCCC CCL scorecard


FRCC at LCC-L: T20 game - played on Jul-15 2017 – Reported by Rohit Saini(FRCC)

This weekend FRCC visited LCC-L for the second time in two weeks. Last week both the teams played a washed out P40 game and desperately wanted to fight it out again this time in a T20 game to get some points on the board.

Due to the overnight thunderstorms and a little drizzle in the morning the pitch and the ground was completely wet. With the black clouds overhead and no sunshine it seemed impossible to play the game there. But kudos to the entire LCC team for bringing the blowers and vacuum and for working really hard to get all the water soaked and sucked out from the pitch. That was some really amazing work from the LCC team. Both the team captains and umpires decided to delay the game and start the match by 11:45AM. By that time we had a little sun and were fortunate to play the full 20 over game.

FRCC’s captain Rohit won the toss and had no hesitation in deciding to bat first. FRCC were high on confidence from last week’s showing and wanted to put up a big total again on the board and put LCC’s batting under pressure. Openers Sumeet and Waqas did just that, both played with confidence and kept rotating the strike on good balls and hitting the bad balls out of the park regularly. FRCC got a solid start and after the powerplay the score was 58/0.

Right after the powerplay LCC brought in the spinners Bhavya and Shailesh to slow things down and it did the trick. Shailesh got Waqas out in the 8th over and Rohit came to the crease next. Meanwhile Sumeet continued his tremendous form and completed another half century and the score was 128/1 after 14 overs.

FRCC were smoothly cruising towards a big total at this stage, Bodha was brought back into attack and he got Sumeet70 (41b 2x4 6x6) out caught by Garnet on the cow corner boundary line. Shoaib bowled Sanket in the next over to make it 141/3 after 16 overs. Rohit’s 40 (30b 1x4 3x6) and Afshin’s 26 (17b 1x4 2x6) cameo in the end overs helped FRCC reaching a fighting total of 184/6. Shoaib, Bodha took 2 wickets each and Dhiren, Shailesh took a wicket each for LCC.

Chasing a big total, LCC-L hadn’t had the best of starts. Murali bowled Dhiren on the out swinger in the second over, Rohit got Kit caught on the cow corner boundary in the third over and Subhashish bowled Dharam around the legs in the next. LCC were 36/3 after 5.1 overs.

In came Bodha, there were some tense faces in LCC dugout, FRCC bowlers were right on top but they knew the game was far from over until they get Bodha’s wicket. Bodha started in his usual way, hitting the bad balls out of the park for some huge sixes on regular occasions. FRCC’s inexperienced bowling line-up was clearly under pressure and Bodha completed his half century in no time. LCC-L are back in the game big time and after 12 overs the score was 109/3 with Karthik giving good support to Bodha from the other end.

Already having dropped Bodha twice, FRCC were still hopeful of another chance and the chance came in Chari’s next over which Rohit safely caught on the long-on boundary and Bodha’s innings finally ended at 55 (29b 1x4 6x6). Needing another 70 odd runs to win, LCC-L lower order could only add 40 more runs in the next 7 overs. FRCC comfortably won the game by 25 runs. Rohit took 3, debutant Aagam took 2 and Murali, Subhashish, Chari took a wicket each. This is FRCC’s first win over LCC after 4 long years which made it more special.

Man of the Match: Sumeet Khule was rightly named the Man of the Match for his brilliant half century 70 (41b 2x4 6x6).
See FRCC Vs LCC-L Scorecard


T20 – CSCC-Stars VS YCC, 16-July-2017 8:30am at Longmont - Reported by Prasanna Damodaran & Kervyn Dimney(CSCC)

Both teams were up bright and early, and very eager to win the toss and the game eventually. Prasanna, CSCC-Star's T20 captain, hoped to call the toss right (and a lot of other CSCC team mates had volunteered to go in for the toss, ha ha), but luck was not on his side for that. YCC, having won the toss, decided to bat without any hesitation.

YCC started their innings planning to put up a huge total on board and so had Thushara as their opening batsman as he had a good outing on his previous match up opening against LCC-T (28). At the same time, Prasanna, who has been opening the bowling for CSCC was bringing on the pace and getting the ball rising into the batsman, quickly saw Thushara caught by Sandeep in very second ball of the innings when he tried hitting Prasanna’s good length delivery up into the air towards extra covers.

With this loss, Sunil & Prasad played the next couple of overs cautiously, and started building a partnership. A single here and there, and a couple hits to the boundary, YCC were quietly keeping the scoreboard ticking and were 38/1 at the end of 8th over.

Needing another break through, CSCC introduced Kervyn Dimney and Narayan Madabusi into the attack, with Kervyn getting rid of Sunil JYV with an awesome yorker. Narayan began his bowling when he was just 4 wickets away from his 300th CCL wicket. YCC batsmen were finding it hard to judge his swing and he hit the middle stump to remove Prasad leaving YCC at 42/3 at the end of 10 overs. Kervyn & Narayan picked up a wicket in pretty much every over of their spells, with two of them falling at the 13th over seeing YCC at 49/7 and Kervyn with bowling figures of 3-0-7-3.

Newcomer Siva was introduced into the bowling attack, and he quickly created a couple of chances in the slip corridor, but unlucky to get his maiden T20 wicket in that first over. Narayan picked up another wicket and ended his spell with 4-2-7-3 just one short of his 300th CCL wicket. Abhay and Siva were given the responsibility of finishing up the tail and they did not disappoint as Abhay bowled Sameer; and Siva bowled Shankar bringing up his maiden T20 wicket.

YCC were all-out for 67 with Prasad(18) and Sunil(19) being their top scorers; while Narayan and Kervyn took 3 wickets each, and Prasanna, Abhay, Siva took 1 wicket each.

CSCC Stars started their innings chasing 67. Thusara opened the bowling for YCC and for most part was good as he gave away only 4 runs, mostly to wides. With 9 runs coming off the next over with a four, and then a big over from Thusara where Kervyn was his usual self taking him on for 3 fours hitting all over the field that saw 18 runs come off that over, quickly saw CSCC at 31/0 at the end of 3 overs. At the end of the 5th over with a 4 and a 2, Kervyn(30 off 21 ball with 5 fours) was caught by Anirudh off Sandeep and CSCC were 45/1.

After an amazing straight six off a free hit, Sandeep Dubbaka(17) who was settled well, missed out on another free hit and was declared run out with CSCC at 60/2 at the end of the 7th over. Wanting to gain some confidence, Jayanth played cautiously to get off the mark; And with the scores tied at the end of the 8th over, Jayanth finished it off with a mighty six over cow corner remaining unbeaten on 10.

CSCC stars won the match by scoring 73/2 in just 8.1 overs.

Man of the Match: Kervyn Dimney for his all-round performance - 30 runs (21b 5x4) and capturing 3 wickets for just 7 runs.
See CSCC-Stars Vs YCC Scorecard


CSCC-Stripes Vs RCC 15-July-2107 2pm at Memorial Park – Reported by Kervyn Dimney(CSCC-Stars)

RCC beat CSCC-Stripes and won by 7 wickets.

Man of the Match: Elango Asokhan
See RCC Vs CSCC-Stripes Scorecard


CSCC-Stripes vs RCC at Memorial Park, T20, Reported by Vikrant Thakre (RCC)

On a cloudy and a little rainy day for the game of cricket the T20 game was played between RCC and CSCC Stripes at the Memorial Park ground. RCC won the toss and had no hesitation to bowl first.

CSCC started cautiously but kept on losing wickets on regular intervals. They managed to score 80 runs on the loss of 9 wickets. Vamsi was the highest scorer with 21 runs from 28 balls.

There was a small interruption due to rains. RCC bowlers really bowled well and very economical.

Adarsh gave only 6 runs from 4 overs and picked up 2 wickets , Sudarshan got 2, Elango, Vikas and Vikrant got 1 wicket each. Elango was the most economical bowler giving only 4 runs of 4 overs.

RCC batting was delayed by 20 mins because of the rains. RCC started off slowly and lost both the openers early. Elango did stay on and was able to finish the match comfortably.

Elango was the pick of the batsmen scoring 47 out of just 37 balls. He was well supported by Abhijit, and Srinivas.

From CSCC Sudhir was the most successfully bowler taking 2 wickets giving only 9 runs off 3 overs. Alagarswamy got 1 wicket.

Both the teams played in very good sportsman spirit and completed the match even with slight rainy conditions.

Man of the match: Elango Ashokan for 47 runs
See CSCC-Stripes Vs RCC CCL Scorecard

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