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East London Community v London Fields

Wednesday 7 July 2010, Victoria Park
East London Community won by 83 runs

East London Community won the toss and chose to bat first

East London Community: 197 for 5 in 16 overs
altaf 52 n/o
shakeel 17
syed 16
yasir 16
umar 18 waheed 17
iqbal 13 n/o
mohit 22 n/o
???? 4-36-1
warren 3-37-1
troy 3-47-0
will 3-45-1
paul t 3-33-2

London Fields: 114 for 7 in 13.4 overs
robin 32
karl 6
warren 23
will 9
teas 21n/o
jason 4
troy 5
paul t 0
waheed 4-28-2
iqbal 2-27-1
yasir 1-16-0
mohit 3-13-1
altaf 2-16-1
syed 1-3-1
umar 0.3-6-1

ELCCC's captain won the toss and elected to bat. London Field's opening bowler paul bowled a superb opening over and gave only 2 runs away keeping boom boom altaf and shak tucked down. Warren came to do the next over and some lose bowls allowed ELCCC openers to get loose and get in the rythym and boundries started to flow all around the park.

Altaf again scored a n/o 50 making a tally of total 5 fifties in 9 VPCCL games this season. shak (17), syed(16), yasir(16), Umar(18), waheed(17) iqbal (13n/o) and mohit (22n/o) played excellently to put on a decent total of 197 for 5 in 16 overs. London Fields batsmen made a decent start and the run was kept around 10 in the begining but wickets at regualr intervals never allowed any partnership to build up and they fell 83 runs short. Only Robin (32) and teas (21n/o) were able to reach double figures.

Waheed took 2 excellent wickets of both openers to ensure ELCCC was in control to defend. An excellent game played in the right spirit. Thanks to London Fields players to put on a disciplined and gentlemen like attitude. Good luck to both team for upcoming games.

Submitted by Mohit Gupta of East London Community

 

 

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