Abahani to Second Position By Tamim Century Powers. Tamim Iqbal bursted to his first century of this current season’s Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League in Abahani Limited’s nine-wicket win against Cricket Coaching School at the BKSP-3 Ground. Abahani completed the primary period of the class at second position with 14 focuses while CCS finished with only four focuses, and were second from base. They will now fight for survival in the assignment play-offs.
Tamim struck 11 fours and four sixes in his unbeaten 86-ball 105 and shared an unbroken 160-run second-wicket stand with Nazmul Hossain Shanto, who was not out on 53 off 70 balls. Abahani achieved their reexamined focus of 168 in 26.1 overs after downpour halted play amid the pursuit, for 60 minutes and 28 minutes. Opening the batting with Tamim was Yusuf Pathan who succumbed to 8 in the second over.
Requested that bat, CCS were prior knocked down some pins out for 205 keeps running in 50 overs with Rajin Saleh top-scoring with 95 off 135 balls which included five fours and four sixes. In the wake of being lessened to 46 for 3, Rajin shared a fourth-wicket stand of 123 keeps running with Mohammad Saifuddin, who trudged to 50 off 102 balls. Be that as it may, absence of significant organizations from that point, and consistent wickets played them out. Shakib Al Hasan took 3 for 35 while Taskin Ahmed, Abul Hasan and Mosaddek Hossain grabbed two wickets each.
Prime Bank Cricket Club moved to 6th spot after they easily beat Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club by seven wickets in Fatullah. The misfortune did not influence Doleshwar’s position as they stayed at the top.
Selecting to bowl, Prime Bank’s spinners didn’t permit Doleshwar’s batsmen to settle down for long organizations and knocked down some pins them out for 188 in 47.4 overs. Raqibul Hasan top-scored with 44 and included 50 for the second wicket with Imtiaz Hossain, who succumbed to 32. They were 109 for 5 at one phase before Rony Talukdar’s 36-ball 33 helped them past 150, yet it was a worse than average execution generally speaking. Left-arm spinner Monir Hossain and medium-pacer Mohammad Azim grabbed three wickets each. Rubel Hossain and offspinner Shuvagata Hom took two wickets each.
In answer, Prime Bank were set an overhauled focus of 165 in 36 overs. They achieved that score with 27 balls to save, regardless of losing early wickets. Openers Mehedi Maruf and Shanaj Ahmed, and No. 4 Nurul Hasan fell efficiently as they slipped to 51 for 3 preceding Unmukt Chand and Sabbir Rahman struck unbeaten fifties to include the staying 114 keeps running in their fourth-wicket stand. Left-arm spinner Rahatul Ferdous took two wickets.
Substantial downpour in Mirpur pushed the match between Kalabagan Krira Chakra and Kalabagan Cricket Academy to hold day, Tuesday, after 14.2 overs. KKC had selected to bowl and diminished KCA to 35 for 4 preceding precipitation interfered with play.