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Venezia vs Royal Cricket Padova, Match 24, ECS T10 Venice

Venezia win by 8 wickets

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Lonigo need 40 runs in 18 remaining balls

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Trentino Aquila win by 24 runs.

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Trentino Aquila vs Royal Cricket Padova, 2nd Semi-Final, ECS T10 Venice

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Royal Cricket Padova won by 35 runs.

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Trentino Aquila vs Royal Cricket Padova - Semi-Final Preview - 2


Royal Cricket Padova are placed at the 3rd spot in the European Cricket Series T10 Italy, Venice 2021 points table with 4 wins and 4 losses from their 8 matches of the league. The team is with 8 points.

Sameera Fernando is the top run-scorer for Royal Cricket Padova with 204 runs at a strike rate of 196. He has struck 15 fours and 16 sixes. Manoj Rodrigo has also made 196 runs at a strike rate of 197.

Sameera Fernando has been the best bowler for Royal Cricket Padova and has picked up 8 wickets while bowling at an average of 15 and an economy rate of 10.33.

Trentino Aquila are placed at the 2nd spot in the European Cricket Series T10 Italy, Venice 2021 points table with 5 wins and 3 losses from their 8 matches of the league. The team is with 10 points.

Awais Ashiq is the top run-scorer for Trentino Aquila with 173 runs at a strike rate of 186. He has struck 14 fours and 15 sixes. Hassan Tahir has also made 130 runs at a strike rate of 154.

Awais Asghar has been the best bowler for Trentino Aquila and has picked up 8 wickets while bowling at an average of 11 and an economy rate of 8.57.

Let's have a look at the squads:

Royal Cricket Padova
 – Anoman Andradege, Angelo Andradege, Akila Asurappulige, Weerahennadige Fernando, Dishan Fernando, Sameera Kurukulasuriya, Kalubowila Gunasekara, Nishan Arachchige, Clarance Kumarasinghe, Ganidu Appuhamilage, Subith Gamage, Thushara Arachchige, Vidana Dananjaya, Indika Fernando, Jaliya Mudiyanselage, Warnakulasuriya Rodrigo, Chamara Sududewage, Sajith Thenahandi, Lahiru Thommage, Chamara Warnakulasuriya, Lasanka Wijewardna, Sandun Vidanalage, Katunayakage Martin Perera, Jayabahu Mudiyabselage Jayabahu, Loku Arumalage Dinesh Silva, Gasbaduge Jeewan Fernando, Thudugoda Badalge Randajeewa, Malwanage Fernando

Trentino Aquila – Mazhar Waheed Abbasi, Ali Saqid Arshad, Usman Arshad, Muhammad Arslan, M Waseem Asghar, Saeed Asghar, M Waqas Asghar, Awais Asghar, Awais Ashiq, Kamran Hossain, Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Zaka Ullah Khan, Tahir Mehmood, Hamza Mohammad, Aqib Mohammad, Rameez Mohammad, Zeeshan Javaid Muhammad, Suleman Muhammad, Abdul Qayyum, Atif Saleem Raza, Umer Razaq, Lovepreet Singh, Gurpreet Singh, Hussain Tahir, Kamran Zaman, Hassan Tahir, Sadaqat Ali

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Additional players called for Pakistan Test camp prior to Zimbabwe Tour

Pakistan's Abid Ali and Azhar Ali
Pakistan's Abid Ali and Azhar Ali
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Pakistan cricket selectors, as part of their strategy to keep all the leading performers involved in the system, have invited six additional players who will participate in the training camp for the Test players, which commences at the Gaddafi Stadium on 10 April.

These six players are: Irfan Ullah Shah (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Naseem Shah (Central Punjab), Rohail Nazir (Northern), Sameen Gul (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Taj Wali (Balochistan), Waqas Maqsood (Central Punjab).

In the training camp held prior to the side’s departure for Johannesburg, the selectors had invited seven additional players so that the coaches would work on their development. Separately, a high performance training camp for 25 players not involved in the HBL Pakistan Super League 6, was held at the National High Performance Centre but it had to be closed due to a rise in Covid-19 cases.

The Test players’ camp will run under a bio-secure environment from 11-20 April before the 11 players will depart for Harare on 21 April to join other members of the side. The two Tests will be played in Harare from 29 April-3 May and 7-11 May.

The camp will be held under the supervision of National High Performance coaches, including Saqlain Mushtaq (head of player development), Mohammad Yousuf (batting coach), Mushtaq Ahmed (spin bowling coach), Umer Rasheed (fast bowling coach) and Atiq-uz-Zaman (wicketkeeping/fielding coach), Javed Sheikh (Strength & Conditioning Coach), Tahir (Physiotherapist) and a masseur.

 

Harare-bound Test players to attend camp are:

Abid Ali (Central Punjab), Azhar Ali (Central Punjab), Fawad Alam (Sindh), Imran Butt (Balochistan), Nauman Ali (Northern), Sajid Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Salman Ali Agha (Southern Punjab), Saud Shakeel (Sindh, subject to fitness), Shahnawaz Dahani (Sindh), Tabish Khan (Sindh) and Zahid Mahmood (Southern Punjab)

Training programme (subject to last-minute changes):

  • 11 April: Training at GSL from 1000-1300
  • 12 April: Full day scenario match from 0930
  • 13 April: Half-a-day scenario match from 0930
  • 15 April: Full day scenario match from 0930
  • 18 April: Full day scenario match from 0930
  • 19 April: Half-a-day scenario match from 0930
  • 20 April: Optional training or as advised by coaches
  • 21 April: Departure for Harare

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Venezia vs Lonigo, 1st Semi-Final, ECS T10 Venice

Venezia won by 9 wickets

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Venezia vs Lonigo - Semi-Final Match Preview-1


Lonigo are placed at the 4th spot in the European Cricket Series T10 Italy, Venice 2021 points table with 2 wins and 6 losses from their 8 matches of the league. The team is with 4 points.

Rohit Adia is the top run-scorer for Lonigo with 190 runs at a strike rate of 171. He has struck 19 fours and 11 sixes. Gurjeet Kundlas has also made 108 runs at a strike rate of 161.

Gurjeet Kundlas has been the best bowler for Lonigo and has picked up 10 wickets while bowling at an average of 13 and an economy rate of 10.83.

Venezia are placed at the top spot in the European Cricket Series T10 Italy, Venice 2021 points table with wins from all their 8 matches of the league. The team is with 16 points.

Nazmul Haque is the top run-scorer for Venezia with 370 runs at a strike rate of 276. He has struck 23 fours and 39 sixes. Hosan Ahmed has also made 221 runs at a strike rate of 166.

Miah Alamin has been the best bowler for Venezia and has picked up 15 wickets while bowling at an average of 8 and an economy rate of 10.08.

 Let's have a look at the squads:

Lonigo
 – Harwinder Singh, Vijay Kumar, Gurbhajan Singh, Sagheer Hussain, Sandeep Singh, Rohit Adia, Neeraj Bhatia, Gurjeet Kundlas, Harmesh Lal, Bhavneet Singh, Rupwinder Singh, Jashanpreet Singh

Venezia – Alamin Hossain, Miah Alamin, Nazmul Haque, Hosan Ahmed, Simone Bolgan, Sojun Islam, Mahmudul Islam, Nishantha Fernando D, Munna Ahammed, Mahbub Khan, Shagar Choquder, Rajib Miah, Sharif Ahmmed, Kamrul Haque, Mehedi Nitol, Shermin Gomes, Ezajul Hosen, Sabuj Mondal, Raju Miah, Imran Khan

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Emirates D10 League 2021: Highlights, Match Reports and Results Day 8

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Emirates D10 League 2021: Highlights, Match Reports and Results Day 8


Fujairah Pacific Ventures vs Team Abu Dhabi:

Fujairah Pacific Ventures won the toss and elected to have a bat first. Waseem Muhammad played very well at the top of the order for his 36 off 19 balls. However, after his dismissal, Fujairah could not gain any momentum into the innings and finished on 97 for 6 in 10 overs. Fayyaz Ahmed was the star with the ball as he picked up 4 wickets in his spell of 2 overs.

With the strong bowling line up Fujairah Pacific Ventures possess, they were well on top with the total of 97 on board. Kamran Atta provided a spectacular start to Team Abu Dhabi as he smashed 38 off 24 balls. The middle order too chipped in with runs and Team Abu Dhabi eventually chased the total on the last ball of the innings with 7 wickets in hand.

Fujairah Pacific Ventures vs Team Abu Dhabi:

Fujairah Pacific Ventures- 97/6 (10 overs)

Team Abu Dhabi- 98/3 (10 overs)

Result: Team Abu Dhabi won the match by 7 wickets.

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Continue reading these match reports here

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South Africa vs Pakistan: Pakistan just pipped South Africa in 1st ODI

Imam ul Haq and Babar Azam
Imam ul Haq and Babar Azam
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Pakistan beat South Africa by 3 wickets, at Supersport Park, Centurion today, on the last ball of the match.

 

Match Summary

South Africa 273/6 (50 ov)

Pakistan 277/7 (50 ov)

Result – Pakistan won by 3 wickets

Scorecard

Match Report – Salim Parvez - Pakistan squeeze past Proteas

 

In a tight finish to the first of three-match ODI series, Faheem Ashraf hit a four off the last ball to take Pakistan to a three-wicket win at Supersport Park, Centurion.

South African selectors today had entrusted Temba Bavuma with the ODI captaincy letting Quinton de Kock to focus on his batting and wicket-keeping. Babar Azam’s decision to bowl first was a bold move. Shaheen Afridi and his fellow pacemen took advantage of the moisture. The seventh over of the innings saw him being hooked for a six off a free hit by Aiden Markram but the very next ball the batsman was caught spectacularly by Faheem Ashraf, diving forward at mid-off, leaving South Africa at 41-2.

By the 15th over, Pakistan was in complete control for they had brought the scoring rate down and picked up the fourth wicket with score on 55. The 31-year old David Miller was asked to rescue the home side which clearly had no momentum. Shadab Khan, could not have arrived at a better time as the first slow bowler of the day with South Africa having progressed to 86-4 in 20 overs.

The much-needed fifth-wicket stand from SA point of view between  van der Dussen and Miller – 50 off 62 balls - repaired their innings. Shadab didn’t bowl well and offered some free hits, gleefully accepted and was hit for 34 runs in 5 overs. When drinks were taken on 137-4 (29 overs), Pakistan it seems had allowed the game to run away a bit. Miller was caught behind off Haris Rauf but not before contributing 50 (56 balls.5 fours) in a fighting 116-run stand.

After 40 overs the score was 191-5 and van der Dussen with 77 to his name was still at the crease to help aim for a 280 plus total. After crossing his previous best 95, he put the team’s interest first, reaching three figures and would remain unbeaten on 123 off 134 balls with 10 fours and 2 sixes to his credit. His first six – 76 meter - off Mohammad Hasnain was a cross batted slog over wide long-on in the 45th over. Through him South Africa added 82 runs in the last 10 overs to finish with a challenging total of 273-6.

The first powerplay was worth 37-1 in 10 overs, boosted by three scorching boundaries from skipper Babar Azam. His second wicket stand with Imam-ul-Haq, who despite his limitations in stroke play and manoeuvring the ball in gaps, provided Pakistan with a match-winning platform. His own fifty came off 63 balls with 2 fours and a six and the team’s total had reached 128-1 off 25 overs at the half way stage of the run chase. Babar, later named Man of the Match, in princely touch didn’t spare any bowler and with flurry of boundaries to his name was unstoppable. At drinks, Pakistan had sped to 181-1 off 31 overs. Soon afterwards, Babar was on to his 13th ODI hundred off 103 balls. He was taken at the wicket, the very next delivery with 103 off 104 balls and 17 silky hits to the fence.

Babar’s exit gave some hope to South Africa, after 177 runs had been added for the second wicket.  In the 34th over, Imam tried to pull a delivery which was too high and was dismissed for 70 off 80 balls. With seven wickets still in hand, Pakistan’s target now was 81 runs off 16 overs and no alarm bells, just as yet. Danish Aziz, the 25 year old left-handed batsman from Karachi, making his international debut, came in at number five. Anrich Nortje send him back to claim his third wicket and only 12 runs had been scored in the last 5 overs.

Pakistan’s 200 took 36.3 overs but lost Asif Ali to an ill-advised pull shot to Nortje, whose wholehearted 10 overs got him figures of 4-51. 61 off last 10 overs was now the target for the tourists. Just when the momentum had shifted towards the home side, both Mohammad Rizwan (40) and Shadab Khan (33) were up for the fight and through energetic running between the wickets added 53 runs to bring the target down to run a ball – 30 off 30. South Africa managed to remove both and the game was set to go to the wire.

Match Stats

South Africa Fall of Wickets: 1-34 (Quinton de Kock - 6.2 ov), 2-41 (Aiden Markram - 6.4 ov), 3-43 (Temba Bavuma - 7.5 ov), 4-55 (Heinrich Klaasen - 14.2 ov), 5-171 (David Miller - 35.6 ov), 6-235 (Andile Phehlukwayo - 46.2 ov)

Pakistan Fall of Wickets: 1-9 (Fakhar Zaman - 2.4 ov), 2-186 (Babar Azam - 31.5 ov), 3-193 (Imam ul Haq - 33.6 ov), 4-198 (Danish Aziz - 35.5 ov), 5-203 (Asif Ali - 37.4 ov), 6-256 (Mohammad Rizwan - 47.2 ov), 7-271 (Shadab Khan - 49.1 ov)

 

Playing XIs

South Africa - Quinton de Kock(wk), Aiden Markram, Temba Bavuma(c), Rassie van der Dussen, Heinrich Klaasen, David Miller, Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje, Lungi Ngidi, Tabraiz Shamsi

Pakistan - Imam ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam(c), Mohammad Rizwan(wk), Danish Aziz, Asif Ali, Shadab Khan, Faheem Ashraf, Shaheen Afridi, Mohammad Hasnain, Haris Rauf

 

Match Details

Start Time: 09:00

Toss: Pakistan won the toss and decided to field

Venue: Supersport Park, Centurion

Officials: Adrian Holdstock, Marais Erasmus, Allahudien Paleker, Bongani Jele, Andrew Pycroft

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