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East London Community v Old Fallopians

Tuesday 18 May 2010, Victoria Park
East London Community won by 30 runs

East London Community won the toss and chose to bat first

East London Community: 155 for 5 in 16 overs
Altaf 51 n/o
Ajmal 13
Marcus 32
Mohit 16
Syed 31
F Barrass 4-51-0 Tariq 3-22-1 John 4-32-1 Asquith 2-14-0 Frisbey 2-17-2 Alexander 1-11-0

Old Fallopians: 125 for 6 in 16 overs
Smallman 11
Tariq 41
Alexander 5
Barrass F 22
Asquith 33 n/o
Barrass P 1
Frisby 0
Shaw 1 n/o
Syed 3-12-0
Maruf 3-0-38
Ajmal 4-29-1
Altaf 2-7-3
Mohit 2-14-1
Iqbal 1-11-0
Marcus 1-10-0

In a clash of gentelmen ELCCC won the toss and decided to bat first. Their opening batsman Altaf scored 4 fours of first 4 balls of match and scored a quick fire 51 n/o before retiering.

Marcus in the middle played sensibly and kept wicket intact from one end. Mohit, Syed, Ajmal played little cameos and ELCCC posted 155 for the loss of 5 wickets in 16 overs.

Old Fallopians made a promising start with their opener tariq in fantastic form. They scored almost 9 runs an over but once Tariq got out on 41 it seemed like a big ask.

Asquith and Barrass F played real good knocks but the mountain of runs was too huge to climb and they fell 30 runs short. Altaf took 3 wickets for 7 runs in 2 overs.

It was a good game played in every fair way cricket should be played. Good luck to both teams for the rest of the season.

Submitted by Mohit Gupta of East London Community

 

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