Mohammedan thrashed by Sheikh Jamal

Sheikh Jamal celebrated their win against MohammedanAt last Mohammedan Sporting Club stumbled in this season Premier League and it is one of the biggest defeats they have ever made. The traditional team has been defeated by Sheikh Jamal in a huge margin of 239 runs.

Mohammedan was bundled out for a paltry 67 runs in reply to Sheikh Jamal’s 306/7. Zimbabwean all rounder Elton Chigumbura was the most successful bowler taking 4/13 runs in just 2.3 over’s.

Earlier during Sheikh Jamal’s innings Gulbadin Naeb scored a fiery 93 runs by 7 sixes and 6 fours to help his team obtain a big total.

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Mohammedan lost their last 7 wickets in only 24 runs.

On the other hand another super power of domestic league Abahoni Limited is continue to run a chaotic performance so far. They have suffered their third defeat in this season against the new comer Kalabagan Krira Chakra. Abahoni lost the rain disrupted match by 8 wickets.

The match was curdled to 34 over’s and batting first Abahoni scored 188 runs losing 6 wickets. Mosaddek Hossain and Thilina Kadombi build a partnership of 82 runs after the team lost their first 4 wickets in 89 runs.

In reply Kalabagan reached the winning margin with 19 left. Hamilton Masakadza and Mijanur Rahman scored 166 runs in the second wicket partnership. Mijanur scored 91 while Masakadza was unbeaten in 85 runs.

In the third match of Premier League the new comer Khelaghor Shomajkollan Shomite was defeated fourth consecutive matches. This time it was by Brothers Union.

The match was held in Khan Shaheb Osman Ali stadium in Fotullah. Khelaghor was opting to bat first after winning the match. The team lost wickets initially in cheap runs. They finished their innings in 102 runs after losing first 5 wickets in 44 runs. The highest 35 was made by Michael Vandort of Sri Lanka.

Sri Lankan star all rounder Angelo Matthews was starring Brothers Union taking 3/17 and scoring 51*. Tamim and Nafis Iqbal did 21 and 15* respectively.