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Back to 2009 fixtures  

London Tigers v Caledonian Conquerors

Monday 6 July 2009, Victoria Park
Caledonian Conquerors won by 2 wickets

London Tigers won the toss and chose to bat first

London Tigers: 143 for 6 in 16 overs
Ruhel 42
Shahriai 33
Khan 25
Nadim 4-0-20-3
M.Ail 4-0-31-1
Shakur 3-0-21-1

Caledonian Conquerors: 144 for 5 in 15.2 overs
Mohammed Nadeem 50 Not Out
Anser Mahmood 38
Amir Khan 20
Shahriai 4-0-33-2
Syful 4-0-38-0
Kham 2-0-16-0
Sorwar 3-0-25-0
Zahedul 2.2-0-26-0

London Tigers' 100% record was ended by an upbeat Cally's outfit.

The Tigers won the toss and elected to bat with the ground damp underfoot, the bowlers struggled to find thier footing and Cally's conceded plenty of early wides and no balls.

Tigers scored well all the way through thier innings, but a devastating death over from Nadeem, 2 runs for 2 wickets, meant the Tigers were restricted 143.

With the big Pitch 3 boundaries this was a very challenging total.

Mohammed Nadeem and Anser Mahmood Opened with a partnership of 78 off 9 overs to get the Call'ys off to a good start. London Tigers suffered early on with a wet ball- dropping 3 catches.

However, Tigers persevered and they were gifted 3 run outs and were back in the hunt. Cally's enigmatic Amir Khan was in good form keeping up with the run rate.

Mohammed Shakoor carried on his good form and ended the last over with a boundary seeing the Cally's home with 5 balls to spare.

Submitted by Saj Rehman of Caledonian Conquerors and Ruhel Ahmed of London Tigers

 

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