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JAMMU: Magnificent 64 runs off just 43 balls by Touseef Majid and 49 runs off 28 balls by Khalid Khan guided HDFC Bank to registered convincing win over Sun n Sand in the ongoing CII T-20 Corporate Cricket League, being played at KC Sports Club Ground, here on Saturday.
The CII T-20 Corporate Cricket League is being organised by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).
Batting first, Sun n Sand scored 137 runs with the loss of six wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Rohan was the top scorer for Sun n Sand with 73 runs, while Varun scored 29 runs. For HDFC Bank, Khalid Khan, Arshad and Waseem took two wickets each.
HDFC bank easily chased the total and won the match by eight wickets. Anchal and Varun managed to take one wicket each for Sun n Sand.
Khalid Khan was declared Man of the Match for his overall performance.
In another thrilling match, Simula XI defeated Aircel XI by nine wickets. Batting first Aircel XI scored just 100 runs and was all out in 18.3 overs. Simula XI easily chased the target in 6.2 overs with the loss of just one wicket. Atul Sharma scored 50* off just 18 balls hitting nine fours and two massive sixes. Puneet Contributed 32 runs off just 11 balls with bat by hitting five fours and a six. Raman Dutta bowled exceptionally well and took four wickets for Simula XI and was declared Man of the Match.
Rahul Sahai thanked HDFC Bank, Media, Audi Jammu and KC Sports club for their support in organizing the CII Corporate Cricket Tournament. CII, keeping up with its promise to promote sports in J&K is organizing the first edition of CII Corporate Cricket League. 10 teams from Corporate Sector, Banks and Government Departments are competing for the title trophy, said Rahul Sahai, Chairman CII J&K State Council.
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