MSSA-Harris Shield: Rizvi score big against Don Bosco

Updated: Nov 24, 2017, 11:17 IST | Binaisha M Surti | Mumbai

Shubham Mestry's scintillating 77 coupled with an unbeaten 70 from Shreyas Mandlik helped Rizvi Springfield (Bandra) notch up a mammoth 363-8 on Day One of their Harris Shield (Elite) Super League match against Don Bosco (Matunga) at Islam Gymkhana

Shubham Mestry's scintillating 77 coupled with an unbeaten 70 from Shreyas Mandlik helped Rizvi Springfield (Bandra) notch up a mammoth 363-8 on Day One of their Harris Shield (Elite) Super League match against Don Bosco (Matunga) at Islam Gymkhana yesterday.

Rizvi's Shubham Mestry after scoring 77 against Don Bosco (Matunga) yesterday. Pic/Suresh Karkera
Rizvi's Shubham Mestry after scoring 77 against Don Bosco (Matunga) yesterday. Pic/Suresh Karkera

Batting first, the Bandra team lost opener Faizan Rabbani for a duck. They then found themselves in a spot of bother at 46-3 after Devaadithyan SR and Al-Saad Shaikh perished for 22 and 13 respectively. Farhan Shaikh too couldn't contribute much as he was caught by Vijit Pujari at first slip for 28. Ajit Yadav and Shubham's 67-run stand for the fifth wicket got Rizvi back on track. Ajit's quickfire 42-ball 52 was laced with 10 boundaries, while Shubham smashed 11 fours and a six before he was caught in the covers by Shreyas Jadhav. Thereafter, Aditya Pandey and Shreyas Mandlik stitched a 96-run partnership for the seventh wicket before the former was caught & bowled by Shreyas Jadhav for 64. Mandlik remained unbeaten on 70. He smashed six fours and a six. For Don Bosco, medium pacers Vijit Pujari and Shreyas Patekar took 3-83 and 2-59 respectively.

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