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Cup game:
East London Community v London Tigers     

Wednesday 9 June 2010, Victoria Park
East London Community won by 32 runs

East London Community won the toss and chose to bat first

East London Community: 148 for 6 in 16 overs
Altaf 26
Shakeel 16
Yasir 29
Umar 16
Syed 17
Mohit 3
Waheed 27n/o
Iqbal 5n/o
sumon 4-31-3

London Tigers: 116 for 6 in 15.5
waheed 4-35-0
mohit 4-23-2
sayed 3-15-0
altaf 3-33-2
yasir 1-5-1
iqbal 1-4-1

In a tight VPCCL Cup quarter final ELCCC won the toss and elected to bat first. Their start opening batsmen boom boom altaf and Shakeel the shak attack gave a wonder start but London tigers cc bowlers had different ideas. Every batsman of ELCCC made a good start but could not carry on the bat for very long.
This restricted ELCCC to score 148 runs for 6 wickets in 16 over. Thanks to low order batsman waheed and Iqbal who did not give away the last wicket and had an 37 runs partnership with waheed scoring 27 n/o with long six and cracking fours. Total of 148 was never above par and ELCCC bowlers and fiedlers knew the real task would be to bowl tight and stop runs flowing away.
All the bowlers of ELCCC bowled a very tight line and with high standard fielding the run rate was kept well in control through out. With run rate climbing every over it proved too difficult for London Tigers cc batsmen to come out of pressure and finally they fell 32 runs short of the chase.
A good game played with right spirit of cricket. Good luck to both teams for coming games.

Submitted by Mohit Gupta of East London Community


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