Patiala log 10-wkt win in opening tie

Patiala log 10-wkt win in opening tie

Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, July 21

Patiala defeated Bathinda by 10 wickets in the opening match of the Punjab Senior Inter-District T20 Tournament today.

Batting first, Bathinda scored 102/6 in 20 overs with the help of Uday Partap Saharan (39) and Kamaljit Singh (20). Paras Jaidka and Sanvir Singh claimed two wickets each.

In reply, Patiala achieved the target in 9.2 overs. Prabhsimran scored 85 off 35 balls and Jiwnajot Singh contributed 17 off 21 balls to help Patiala gain four points.

In the second match, Moga defeated Mohali by five wickets. Due to wet outfield, the match was reduced to 18 overs.

Batting first, Mohali scored 131/6 in 18 overs. Ramandeep Singh (60) remained the major contributor in the total with the support of Anil Yadav (23). Manpreet Singh claimed four wickets for the bowling side. In reply, Moga scored 133/5 in 16.2 overs to record victory over Mohali.

Manpreet Singh (59) and Kohinoor Sidhu (38) ensured Moga’s win. Armaan claimed two wickets for the bowling side.

In other matches, Ropar beat Ludhiana by 12 runs, Nawanshahr overpowered Gurdaspur by 49 runs, Ferozepur bagged four points against Fazilka by registering a 29-run win, Jalandhar defeated Hoshiarpur by 11 runs and Amritsar blanked Muktsar by 44 runs.

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