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East London Community v Junoon

Tuesday 27 April 2010, Victoria Park

East London Community won by 125 runs  

East London Community won the toss and chose to bat first  

East London Community: 212 for 2 in 16 overs
Altaf 54 (not out)
Iqbal 19 Syed 52( not out)
Ajmal 34 Umar 18 (not out)
Mohit 11 (not out)
firoz 3 overs 31 runs 1 wkt  

Junoon: 87 for 7 in 14.2 overs
faiz 22
shaz 14  
Iqbal 2.2 ovrs 11 runs 2 wkts
maruf 3 overs 21 runs 2 wkts
shakeel 4 ovrs 21 runs 2 wkts
mohit 3 ovrs 18 runs 1 wkt

An excellent game played in right spirit. ELCCC won the toss and without hesitation elected to bat. New opening duo of Altaf and Iqbal soon made elccc's intentions clear. Altaf in paticular was seeing the ball like a football and hitting sixes at his will.

He scored an unbeaten 54 with 5 sixes. Iqbal played a superb hand and when Altaf had to retire after his half century Iqbal and syed kept the good work going. Syed also went on to score an unbeaten half centry. Iqbal after playing a superb knock got bowled on an excellent delivery. In came Ajmal who took just a couple of balls to hit his first boundry.

Finally Ajmal's hard hitting came to an end when he had scored 34. Umar and Mohit gave finishing touces by scoring 28 runs in last 2 overs. Junoon's batsman did not have much luck when batting. Tieght bowling by ELCCC bowlers from the begining made sure that mamoth total of 212 was always going to be difficult and when wickets started to fall on regular intervals soon it became clear that ELCCC is going to get home with ease.

Only Faiz showed some resistance and scored 22 runs. Shaz and Naz had a little stubborn partnership towards the end but that was not enough to come over strong line up of ELCCC. Junoon is definately a good team and surely they are going to do a lot better in coming games. Good Luck to all and lets hope cricket always wins.

 Submitted by Mohit Gupta of East London Community

 

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