Three wickets by Chandra Prakash helped Anjuman-I-Islam Allana (CST) win the Coca-Cola Cricket Cup, Mumbai leg semi-final by eight wickets at Cross Maidan yesterday.
Batting first after winning the toss, Fatima High School were restricted by some attacking overs from Anjuman-I-Islam Allan’s talented bowlers. Chandra claimed three wickets in six overs and conceded just 10 runs.
Chandra was well supported by Shahjeb Shaikh, who also took three wickets in 6.1 overs, giving away 15 runs.
In the chase, Anjuman-I-Islam Allan’s Kasid Meer and Jay Dave scored 38 and 17 runs respectively to guide their team to the final. In the other semi-final, Al-Barkat MMI English beat Rizvi Springfield by 10 runs.
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