Disabled T-20 Pentangular Cup

Asif Stars consecutive victory in 8th NBP Disabled T-20 Pentangular Cup

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KARACHI – Left arm spinner Muhammad Asif grabbed 4 wickets only for 2 runs to help his team defending champion Federal Area’s got their third consecutive victory in a row as the defeated host Sindh by 7 wickets while Khyberpakhtoon Khwa beat Punjab by 5 wickets got their 1st victory in 8th NBP Disabled T-20 Pentangular Cup 2019 at RLCA Ground Gulberg here on Wednesday.

In the 1st match Federal Area’s Captain Jahanzaib Tiwana won the toss and decided to bowl first, while Sindh was all-out only for 93 runs in allowed 20 overs. Captain Majid Hussain was the top scorer with 23 runs. Left arm spinner Muhammad Asif took 4-2.

In reply Federal Area’s reached the target 95 runs in 14.3 overs for the loss of 3 wickets. Saif Ullah Khan scored 32 in 25 balls with 2 fours and one six, Hamza Hameed 19, Muhammad Saqlain 15 and Adeel Khan 14 not out also batted well.

In other match Punjab Disabled Team Captain Abdullah Ejaz won the toss and chooses to bat first. Punjab team made 164-7 in 20 overs. Opener Muhammad Shabaz scored brilliant 90 runs in 43 balls with 7 fours and 8 huge sixes, Abdullah Ejaz scored 29 runs not out in 21 balls with two fours and one six. Off Spinner Haroon Rashid captured three wickets for 32 runs.

In reply Khyberpakhtoon Khwa easily reached the target 165-5 in 18.3 overs. Sajjad Khan made brilliant half century 55 in 25 balls with 8 fours and two sixes, Captain Nihar Alam played a responsible inning he scored 42 runs not out in 31 balls with one four, Abdul Jabbar made 34 runs in 38 balls with one four and one six. Left arm medium pacer Abdullah Ejaz took 3-39.

Former Pakistan Captain and President PDCA Rashid Latif send the Video Message he appreciated the efforts of all PDCA Officials specially to Petron in Chief Saleem Karim and Hon. Secretary Amir Uddin Ansari to organized a very successful event he also thanks the Sponsor National Bank of Pakistan, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for excellence support as always.