Gazi Group To Go Second and Mohammedan Thump. Mohammedan Sporting Club jumped Gazi Group Cricketers on the focuses table by beating them in Mirpur by seven wickets, in this manner placing themselves in second place behind Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club.
The win was set up through four-wicket pulls from left-arm spinners Enamul Haque jnr and Naeem Islam jnr. In the wake of being embedded, Gazi Group made an OK begin however from 63 for two, they broken down to 110 for 8. Just skipper Alok Kapali stayed nearby to make a 67-ball 48; he was the last man out in the 38th over, as Gazi Group were played out for 141. The two different wickets went to Habibur Rahman.
Mohammedan lost Ezaz Ahmed early however Upul Tharanga and Shykat Ali included 76 for the second wicket to keep the pursuit on track, before Naeem Islam and Ariful Haque took them home in 31.5 overs.
Kalabagan Krira Chakra secured their first win of the competition by beating Cricket Coaching School by 49 keeps running in Fatullah. The win was set up by Hamilton Masakadza’s 104-ball 115, which included ten fours and two sixes. Opener Shadman Islam contributed with 47 off 63 balls as Kalabagan made 270 for 9. The bowlers then, drove by Abdur Razzak kept CCS to 221 for 8.
Having been sent in, Kalabagan lost Jashimuddin early, however Islam and Masakadza laid a solid base with a 74-run organization for the second wicket. After Islam offered an arrival catch to Rajin Saleh in the eighteenth over, Masakadza consolidated well with Tasamul Haque for a 77-run stand. Masakadza proceeded to score his seventh List-A century, likewise his second in the Dhaka Premier League, having made one in 2013. Nasum Ahmed took three wickets while Salman Hossain and Uttam Sarkar guaranteed two each.
CCS started decidedly in the pursuit, with opener Pinak Ghosh and Saif Hasan taking their side to 89 for 1 by the 22nd over. Razzak then had Ghosh gotten by chief Mashrafe Mortaza and a ball later, the left-arm spinner stuck Salman Hossain lbw for a duck. At the point when Nasum Ahmed holed out for 5 in the 27th over, CSS were lessened to 106 for 5. Uttam Sarkar mounted late resistance, with 63 off 74 balls, however his group in the end missed the mark. Mashrafe supplemented Razzak by getting two wickets.
Legends of Rupganj grabbed their second triumph in the opposition by pounding Kalabagan Cricket Academy by 29 runs (D/L technique) in a downpour influenced match at the BKSP-3 ground.
Batting to start with, Rupganj posted 239 for 9 in 50 overs with Asif Ahmed top-scoring with 82 and Sajjadul Haque making 70. Asif and Sajjadul restored their side’s innings with a131-pursue 6th wicket Rupganj had slipped to 81 for 5 in the 24th over. Seamer Abu Jayed took four wickets while Mehedi Hasan Miraz and Rifat Pradhan took two each.
Downpour decreased KCA’s pursuit to a 25-over innings, and their modified target was 171. KCA slipped to 85 for 7 inside 15 overs before Taposh Ghosh and Bishawnath Halder included 56 keeps running for the unbroken eighth-wicket stand. The Taposh-Halder stand, be that as it may, was insufficient as KCA confined to 141. Mosharraf Hossain and Nahidul Islam drove Rupganj’s charge by picking two wickets each.