Australia BD Gold Cup 2019 Week 2 (Round 2)

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Australia BD Gold Cup 2019 Week 2 (Round 2)

Bengal Cavalry vs Ekattor (71):

Bengal Cavalry with a promising start to the season wanted to push for another valiant effort to pursue their hunt for glory. The reality was different. Their batting had a collapse beyond imagination. Ekattor (71) bowlers kept a steady line and length and kept chipping away to ensure they restrict Cavalry to a miserly total of just 48 runs. Only two of the Cavalry batsmen could make it to double-digits. It is true that Ekattor bowled brilliantly, however, there were far too many poor shots from the Cavalry batters. Md Zakir Hossain was the pick of the bowlers from Ekattor with figures of 3-1-11-3. Coming into bat, Ekattor did lose a wicket in the first over but it was a pretty easy sail from there. Mazharul Bhuian maintained his name as Mr. Consistent to ensure a victory for Ekattor (71) by 9 wickets. Man of the match was adjudged as Mazharul Bhuian for his all-round efforts with the bat and ball. He scored 26 (15) and had excellent bowling figures of 4-2-5-2.

CCA vs VT Cricket Club:

CCA winning the toss wanted to put VT on the bag foot with a good score on the board. However, wickets at regular intervals meant they could not go beyond 121/10 in a premature end to their innings at 19 overs. Abdul Majid was the highest scorer from CCA scoring 28 (20). Nafeez Ahmed was the prized bowler of VT with his 6-fer & also scored First Hat-Trick of BD Cup 2019 Silver Jubilee. His bowling figures read 5-2-16-6.
Coming into bat, VT had a disastrous start being 30/4 at one stage. CCA were licking their lips for their first win of the season. Strong partnership in the middle order from VT with Ashadul Karim scoring 33 (20) and Mohammad Rafi 41 (43) ensured a narrow escape for VT and securing a win by just 4 wickets. Kazi Shahed was the pick of the bowlers from CCA with bowling figures of 5-1-22-2. Man of the match was none other than Nafeez Ahmed for his magic with the bowling, securing the first 6 wicket in an innings of the season for any team.

Dhaka Chargers vs Sydney Shields:

DC probably has the highest number of centurions this season so far. First Mash and now Anirban. Shields winning the toss wanted to back their bowlers to deliver the goods. They did have a dream start getting the first wicket for not in the second ball of the innings. However, apart from Sudip Paul all of the Shield bowlers erred in their line and length. Anirban left no one unpunished as he smacked a big hundred scoring 114 (81).
Shields coming into bat, had a horror start. The faltered for 45/3 from just 8 overs. In came Sisir to the rescue. He played some great shots to score 88 of just 66 balls. However, it was not enough to carry his side to victory. Shields fought valiantly scoring 192/9 from 25 overs. Man of the match was a straightforward call as Anirban Mitra registered his name as the third centurion of the season.

OZ NSU VS Randwick Raiders:

OZ NSU winning the toss wanted to put a formidable total for a seriously dangerous RR side. Randwick with a combo of a good bowling attack with great pace and also good spinners in their armour kept pegging away with wickets at regular interval. OZ NSU unfortunately did not have any real resistance which eventually resulted in their final score to be 120/9 from 25 overs. Fardin Sarker was the highest scorer from OZ NSU scoring 34 (31). Coming into bat it was total carnage as Randwick maintained a run rate of almost 10 an over. Naimul Islam was merciless with his score of 63 (36) and ensured yet another convincing win for his side. The final score of Randwick was 124/2 from 12.1 overs. The man of the match was not an easy call but Tashfique got the green signal for his excellent figures of 5-0-26-4.

PIFI vs SBT:

Pifi winning the toss was desperate for a win. They elected to bat first. They had a very steady start against an arduous SBT bowling line-up. Strong batting from the top and middle order ensured PIFI reach a fighting total of 191/8 from 25 overs. Sharif Ahmed batted brilliantly scoring 67 (49). Shamnun Chowdhury was the pick of the bowlers from SBT with figures of 5-0-25-2. Coming into bat, SBT lost a wicket in the first ball of the innings. This followed with quick wickets within the power play and this put a break on SBT’s progress in the chase. However, with a strong side like SBT there was a fightback waiting somewhere around the corner. Sakib Haque and ever consistent Nazrul Islam gave a major scare to the PIFI dugout scoring 46(47) and 34 (20) respectively. The game ended up being a thriller and was one of the closest matches this season, so far. PIFI would like to shrug off their rustiness and get back into their winning habit with this lucky win by just one run. Sayem Chowdhury from PIFI was awarded the Man of the match award for his all-round performance. He scored 39 (44) and had a decent bowling figure of 4-0-30-1.

Western All Stars vs Sydney Strikers (Neville):

This was a great contest. Two very evenly matched sides took the ground for a great game of cricket. Winning the toss, Strikers asked Western All Stars to bat first. They did have a great start until the middle order collapsed to 96/6 at one stage. Kudos to excellent bowling from Musa Ahmed and Asad Bhuyan. Strong fight back by the tail ensured WAS secure a total of 148. Ishmam Masud was the highest scorer from Western All Stars scoring 35 (35). Strikers with a batting heavy team did not have a good start as they were 58/4 at one stage. Late fight back from Emran Sagor and Anis Rahman channelled an easy chase for Strikers in the end and helped them secure yet another win but a narrow one by three wickets. Pick of the bowlers from Western All Stars was Ash Ahmed for his bowling figures of 5-0-36-2.

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