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Kings Manloo defeated Mars 11 Chowgam by 1 Wicket

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Shopian: In the ongoing tournament of Jammu Kashmir Cricket Association (JKCA) under Jammu Kashmir Premier league (JKPL) Kings Manloo defeated Mars 11 Chowgam by 1 Wicket at Sports stadium Batapora Shopian.

Batting first Mars 11 Chowgam Scored 129 runs all out in 25 overs in which players of Mars 11 Chowgam players could not stand against bowling of Kings Manloo and the team was bundled off at 129 Runs.

While chasing the target of 129 Runs Kings Manloo lost its 9 Wickets and defeated the team by 1 wicket.

At a position it seemed that Mars 11 Chowgam could easily stop them below the target but the brilliant and sensible batting by Atir Ahad who scored 23 runs made his team as winners.

Aatir Ahad was awarded Man of the match for his 23 Runs and took 3 wickets in the match.

However, In the previous match of tournament between Shama Cc and Sunrises Borihallan

Major drama happened on the ground when cricket lovers at sports stadium witnessed on ground umpires and Tournament in-charge for not being gentle and fair towards one of the team.

Batting first Shama CC scored 188 runs in 30 overs Umer gull with 35 and Arshid fally with 34 runs were top scorers for their team.

While chasing the target of 188 in the second innings a high viltage drama happened when Captain of Sunrises Borihallan Amir Ahmad called off his players from ground.

During the clash borihallan team witnessed the poor umpiring when two of their opening batsmen were given out by wrong decisions and also Misbehaviour by onground umpire’s with players of Borihallan team.

However, the game was resumed after a break of 15 min and borihallan team was bundled off on 84 Runs all out in 20 overs and Shama Cc won the match by by 104 runs in which Ashraf Rather with 29 runs was the only top scorer for Borihallan team.

Aadil Ahmad was awarded man of the match for his 31 runs and 2 wickets for the match

At the end of match captain of borihallan team said, It has been a trend there that tournament management plays a game of favoritism and doing unfair and injustice with village teams, all the fault lies in tournament management.

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