The Women's League game was a wash out at KCC. Resulting in shared points between the DLSW Wasps and KCC Maidens At KCC: DLSWCC Wasps and KCC Maidens abandoned due to wet weather In Saturday League Division 2 action at Mission Road on 14th November, USRC/MCC walloped DLSWCC Spartans by 71 runs.
Batting first, USRC/MCC recovered from 8/64 to score 161 with number 10 Babar Ali hitting 56. Suresh Pandey was the pick of the Spartans’ bowlers with figures of 3/19 off his seven
Match facts Date: November 22, 2015 Start time: 10 am local Big Picture You have to zoom out a long way to get the wide angle on this match. DLSWCC's newly professed love for one-day internationals is focused on winning more than just hearts when they recently finished top on Premier League. JKN are swimming through calm waters, after their success in the last meeting between these two teams while Knights are negotiating choppy seas of at least one win. Form guide (Last five
On a cloudy Sunday afternoon that threatened rain at Police Training College X-Cricketers were put in to bat by HKU Students. The decision looked a good one as opener Ben Yates was cleaned up for nought by an inswinging yorker early on in the first over. In went Manpreet Singh, his exuberance and flamboyant style evident early on as he looked to build with opener Nitesh Sacheti. Both were looking good when Sacheti having been dropped by square leg earlier decided to stick to
Result round up of weekend of 7/8 November. At Mission Road on Sunday 8th November 2015, USRC/MCC defeated DLSWCC Knights by three wickets. The Knights batted first after winning the toss and they scored 163 all out in 47.1 overs with Haroon Arshad scoring 41 and Sarfaraz Khan 32. Three USRC/MCC bowlers claimed three wickets – Balal Mohammad was their best with 3/10 while Mohammad Awais picked up 3/35 and Mudassar Hussain claimed 3/32. The USRC/MCC batting effort got off to a
Apart from Celebrating the Premier League Victory, Diasqua Little Sai Wan Cricket Club had one of the busiest weekends every. Below is the highlight of the Weekend’s Matches Women’s League The Wasps switched over to 35 over cricket and their first match was again against the best team in the league, HKCC Willow Wielders. DLSW Wasps won the toss and decided to bat and were all out for 65 runs. The HKCC side chased the score with 9 wickets in hand Sunday League Perhaps celebrat
Diasqua Little Sai Wan Cricket Club pulled off a thrilling win at Mission Road and claimed the Premier League Final against Kowloon Cricket Club Karp. Similar to the league match between these two sides, the game had the possibility to go either way until the last ball was bowled. Kowloon Cricket Club won the Toss and batted first, both these side had a strong bowling lineup and KCC wanted to put early pressure on DLSW Prism. The KCC bowlers succeeded with the plans and had b