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Kapurthala beat Patiala by 7 wickets, enter final

Kapurthala beat Patiala by 7 wickets, enter final

A batsman plays a shot during a match between Patiala and Kapurthala in Mohali on Tuesday. Vicky

Tribune News Service

Mohali, July 27

Kapurthala lads beat Patiala by seven wickets to enter the final of the Punjab State Senior Inter-District T20 Tournament at IS Bindra PCA Stadium here today.

After winning the toss, Kapurthala skipper asked Patiala to bat. The match was reduced to 14 overs a side due to light showers and poor light.

Patiala scored 116/4 in the stipulated overs. Jiwanjot Singh (29 off 17 balls, five fours) was the top scorer for the side. He was ably supported by Prabhsimran Singh (26) and Karan Kaila (20). Ujjwal (2/19) and Krishan Alang (1/15) shared three wickets between them.

In reply, Kapurthala reached home in 13.2 overs with Bikramjit Singh scoring a brisk 31. Krishan Alang (30) and Himanshu Satyawan (23) also made useful contributions to the chase. Kaila, Mayank Markande and Ikjot Singh scalped one wicket each for Patiala.

Brief scores

Patiala: 116/4 in 14 overs (Jiwnajot Singh 29, Prabhsimran Singh 26; Ujjwal 2/19) lost to Kapurthala: 117/3 in 13.2 overs (Krishan Alang 30, Himanshu Satywan 23).

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