Sep 29, 2011 Sports
RAF’S Hajjin Zeleena Rafeek Mem. Inter Jamaat T10 cricket
Play in the inaugural RAF’S Variety Store sponsored Hajjin Zeleena Rafeek Memorial countrywide Inter Jamaat Ten10 knock-out softball cricket tournament organized by the Muslim Youth Organisation continued Sunday last at a number of Grounds across the country.
Following are the results of those matches:
MYO vs Plaisance – MYO Ground
Plaisance Masjid won the toss and decided to bat first on a good pitch and made 114 for 6 in their allotted 10 overs. Muhammad Ali led with 38; Akeem Shafeek 34.
Timur Mohammed was the pick of the bowlers for MYO with 2 for 14, Ricardo Latiff had 1 for 8 runs in one over. MYO breezed to the winning target in 8.1 overs making 118 for 2.
Leading the way for MYO was Shaheed Gittens with a well played 50 not out (4×2 6×5), Richard Latiff contributed 27. For Plaisance, Muhammad Ali took 1 for 25.
Grove vs Wales/Sister’s Village – MYO Ground
Grove Masjid won the toss, decided to bat first reaching 97 for 8 off their allotted 10 overs. Shameer Hussain lead the way with 37 (4×2 6×4) and found support from Shafeek Ishmael with 13.
Bowling, Asif Khan grabbed 3 for 8 and Raheem Khan 2 for 5 for Wales/Sisters Village which in reply found themselves in all sorts of trouble and was never in the hunt of the victory target losing wickets at regular intervals. Eventually they succumbed to the Grove boys for 55. Anthony Khan was the top scorer with 25.
The main wrecker of the Wales/Sister’s Village team was Erasto King with the miserly figures of 5 for 3, Amir Yusuf backed up well with 3 for 5.
Enmore Estate vs Ogle – MYO Ground
Enmore Estate Masjid won the toss, decided to take first strike and posted a massive 141 for 5. Leading the way for the Enmore boys was Bhupirdro Dumay with 59 not out (4×2 6×6), well supported by Asif Mohamed 36 (4×2 6×4).
Irfaan Khan was the leading wicket taker with 3 for 9 for Ogle which found batting very difficult on a good pitch and were sent packing for 68 in 9.2 overs. Azeem. Yusuf made 18 runs and Adrian 12.
Bowling for Enmore, Asif Mohamed snared 3 for 8 and Sheriff Hassan 2 for 12 in their two overs.
Lima vs Fairfield – Anna Regina Multilateral Ground
Lima Masjid took first strike after winning the toss and were sent packing for 88 in 9 overs. Anand Azad made 26 runs.
Abdul Sabar had 2 for 5 for Fairfield which eased to victory in 5.1 overs; Amzad Callender leading the way with 38 runs. Abdul Salim was the pick of the Lima bowlers with 3 wickets for 19.
Aurora vs Anna Regina – Anna Regina Multilateral Ground
Anna Regina Masjid batting first posted a challenging 146 for 2 in their allotment of 10 overs; Fazeer Khan blasting his way to 95 supported by Kassim Baksh with 27. Timur Mohamed and Ameer Baksh claimed 1 wicket apiece for Aurora which never threatened to overhaul the target and were bowled out for 63 in 9 overs. Mirza Ali scored 37. Yamin Baksh led the bowling for the winners with 3 for 17.
Adventure/JC vs Fairfield – Anna Regina Multilateral Ground
Adventure/JC batting first posted 121 for 7 from 10. Ravi Ramnarine made 22 and Iki Baksh 18. Shazad Ali and Raouf Ali claimed 2 wickets each for Fairfield which fell short of the target reaching 109 for 9 when their overs expired.
Ameer Yusuf 27 and Abdul Sabar 26 were the top run scorers. Iki Baksh was the pick of the bowlers with 3 wickets for 21 runs; Raymond Khan had 2 for 31.
Adventure/JC vs Anna Regina – Anna Regina Multilateral Ground
Batting first, Adventure/JC posted the highest score of the competition, a commanding 196 for 3 in their 10 overs. Leading the way for the Adventure/JC boys with a brilliant century – the first of the competition – was Muneer Amin with 118 (4×3 6×15); Iki Baksh backed up well with 57 (4×3 6×6).
Yamin Baksh took 3 for 23 runs for Anna Regina which made 123 for 9 when the overs ran out. Anna Regina were looking good at one stage but with the introduction of Muneer Amin (3 for 12) he broke the momentum. Fazeer Khan made a robust attempt by slamming 79 (4×2 6×9) and Nazeer Khan 22 runs.
Cotton Tree vs Shieldstown – Shieldstown Ground
Shieldstown, 78 all out in 9 overs; Reyaz Imam 16, Altaf Khan 14. Wazir Mohamed took 2 for 19 for Cotton Tree which in reply encountered initial trouble but eventually overcame their target with 2 balls to spare. Shazam Yasin made 24 and Faraz Rasheed 17. Fazim Mohamed grabbed 3 for 6, Aftar Ghanie 1 for 14.
Cotton Tree vs De Edward – Shieldstown Ground
De Edward 53 all out in 9 overs, Rustum Bacchus 24. Shazam Rahim with 2 for 4 and Wazir Mohamed 2 for 8 for Cotton Tree; in reply raced to the winning target in 5.2 overs losing 4 wickets along the way with Shazam Yasin striking 35 and Insha Ali 12.
Bowling for De Edward, Shafeek Sattaur took 3 for 12 and Bacchus 1 for 15.
Fyrish B vs Rose Hall – Chesney Ground
Batting first Fyrish B were routed for 77 in 9 overs. Asif Mohamed 26 and Nazim Hamid 13 the main scorers. Bashir was the main wrecker with 4 for 10 including a hat trick in his first over and Br. Malcolm took 3 for 15 for Rose Hall which made light work of their response reaching home in 6.5 overs for the loss of 4 wickets.
Altaf Mohamed stroked 28* and Zaheer Ishmael 24. Bowling for Fyrish B Nazim Hamid took 2 for 15.
Yakusari vs Albion – Chesney Ground
Yakusari Masjid batting first made 73 for 8 in their 10 overs. Karim Amin 21 and Hafiz Baksh 12. Doing the damage with the ball for Albion was Imran Khan with 4 for 10. In reply Albion eased to victory in 7.2 overs losing 4 wickets, Imran Khan striking 25 and Hassan Hussain 10. Bowling for Yakusari Br. Alim took 2 for 17.
Fyrish A vs Corriverton – Chesney Ground
Fyrish A batted first and made a 91 for 9 from 10. Imran Hassan contributed 17 and Shameer Khan 13. Corriverton in reply coasted to their target in 8.3 overs for the loss of 6 wickets, Shalim Hafiz made 27 and Imtiaz Haniff 16. Bowling for Fyrish A, Hafiz Sakoor had 2 for 12.
Due to the fact that Corriverton played with players who were not on the original 16-man squad they submitted before the start of the competition, they were disqualified and Fyrish A was rewarded as winners of the encounter.
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