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Out of Relegation Zone Tasamul Century Lifts Kalabagan

Out of Relegation Zone Tasamul Century Lifts Kalabagan. An eminent unbeaten 126 by Tasamul Haque lifted Kalabagan Krira Chakra out of the assignment zone and into conflict for the Super League, directing the group to a six-wicket win over Mohammedan Sporting Club.

Kalabagan moved to eighth spot with ten focuses, level with three different groups, while Mohammedan went down one spot to third after their fourth annihilation in the opposition.

Out of Relegation Zone Tasamul Century Lifts KalabaganIn a high-scoring experience at the Fatullah Cricket Stadium, Kalabagan lost Jashimuddin off the second wad of their innings while pursuing 291. In any case, Tasamul and opener Hasanuzzaman included 140 for the second wicket in less than 18 overs to bring them once again into the challenge. Hasanuzzaman bursted to 95 off 53 balls with eight sixes and four fours.

Paras Dogra, their new Indian enlisted person, and Mehrab Hossain jnr fell efficiently yet Tasamul and Tanveer Haider sped from the 24th over, including an unbroken 129 for the fourth wicket. Tanveer completed not out on 52 while Tasamul, who struck eight fours and two sixes, finished on 126 off 129 balls. Tasamul struck his second six to take Kalabagan home, the win accompanying 6.5 overs to save.

Mohammedan for all intents and purposes had no answer with the ball, with the majority of their in-structure bowlers like Subashis Roy, Naeem Islam jnr and Habibur Rahman going for bounty.

They had a superior time with the bat. Bipul Sharma, who played for the IPL-winning Sunrisers Hyderabad side, struck his lady List A hundred as Mohammedan heaped up 290 for 6 in 50 overs. Dewan Sabbir knocked down some pins Bipul after he had made precisely 100, with six limits and eight sixes.

He went to the wrinkle with Mohammedan in a bad position at 69 for 3, and went ahead to include 171 for the fourth wicket with chief Mushfiqur Rahim, who contributed with a 71-ball 75.

Victoria Sporting Club smashed Brothers Union by 112 keeps running in Mirpur, after Abdul Mazid’s first century of the opposition lifted them to an imposing 302 for 9. Mazid commanded the 170-run opening stand with Fazle Mahmud, which endured 33.3 overs. Mazid broke eleven limits and four sixes in his 118 off 117 balls, his most astounding List-A score.

In spite of the fact that they lost Mazid and Mominul Haque in the space of three balls, and Mahmud – for 71 – in the 39th over, Victoria didn’t lose much force, taking 84 keeps running off the last ten overs with Al-Amin, Chaturanga de Silva and Dhiman Ghosh making quick commitments. Left-arm spinners Nabil Samad and Asif Hasan took four and two wickets individually, while offspinner Iftekhar Sajjad stowed two.

Siblings Union caved in their pursuit, with just their skipper Tushar Imran standing firm, scoring his fifth half-century of the season. The other five individuals from their main six, be that as it may, fell single-figure scores as Brothers Union slipped to 92 for 8 in the 27th over.

Tushar and Asif then included 97 for the ninth wicket, yet it just deferred the inescapable. Siblings Union were in the end played out for 190 in 45.3 overs. Tushar made 93 off 126 balls with eleven fours. Pace bowler Mahbubul Alam took three wickets while there were two each for offspinner Al-Amin and paceman Kamrul Islam Rabbi.

Legends of Rupganj trounced Sheik Jamal Dhanmondi Club by seven wickets at the BKSP-3 ground. It was a fine exertion for a side that was without their commander Mosharraf Hossain and their in-structure wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Mithun, both serving one-match bans.

Nahidul Islam made 92 and Junaid Siddique was unbeaten on 53 as Rupganj finished a pursuit of 185 with 17.1 overs to save. Nahidul, who prior brought 2 for 38 with his offspin, struck nine fours and three sixes amid his 99-ball innings. He went to the wrinkle after Jahurul Islam was given leg-before off the principal bundle of the innings.

He included 46 for the second wicket with Soumya Sarkar, who was likewise out leg-some time recently, and another 125 for the third wicket with Junaid. Nahidul’s end additionally got through a leg-before choice, however by then the win was just 13 flees.

Sent into bat, Dhanmondi lost wickets consistently. Left-arm spinners Murad Khan and Taijul Islam took three wickets each after seamer Alauddin Babu struck twice in the fourth over to expel the huge hitting Mahbubul Karim and the consistent Marshall Ayub. Abdullah Al Mamun (24), Mahmudullah (35) and Nazmus Sadat (41) steadied Dhanmondi’s innings, however they given way from that point, losing their last six wickets for only 28 rushes to droop from 156 for four in the 36th over to 184 hard and fast in 45.

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