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ECS Cartaxo T10 2020 Match 5

Amigos CC Ansiao 59/8 (10 ov)
Oeiras CC 60/2 (6.2 ov)
Oeiras CC won by 8 wickets
ACCA Inning - Innings
59 / 8 (10 ov.)
BATSMAN
R
B
4s
6s
SR
Junaid Khan
b Mohan M.F. Hussain
8
6
2
0
133.33
b Krut Patel
4
2
1
0
200
b Salman Ahmed
14
12
2
0
116.67
b Conard Greenshields
9
13
1
0
69.23
b Salman Ahmed
0
2
0
0
0
c Kuldeep Gholiya b Conard Greenshields
1
6
0
0
16.67
st Kuldeep Gholiya b Sunil Kumar
5
10
0
0
50
Not out
3
9
0
0
33.33
b Salman Ahmed
1
3
0
0
33.33
Extras
14 (b 1, lb 4, nb 3, w 6)
Total
59 (8 wickets, 10 overs)
DID NOT BAT
FALL OF WICKETS
8-1 (Junaid Khan, 0.6), 12-2 (Andrew Winter, 1.2), 40-3 (Raghu Raghu, 4.5), 41-4 (Hemant Khoba, 5.2), 44-5 (John Zinkus, 5.6), 44-6 (Rakesh Reddy, 6.4), 55-7 (Andrew Dudfield, 8.6), 59-8 (Clive Worth, 9.6)
BOWLER
OV
M
R
W
ECO
EXT
2
0
15
1
7.5
1
2
0
12
1
6
0
2
0
9
2
4.5
0
2
0
7
3
3.5
0
1
0
4
0
4
1
1
0
7
1
7
4
OEI Inning - Innings
60 / 2 (6.2 ov.)
BATSMAN
R
B
4s
6s
SR
c Hemant Khoba b Andrew Winter
22
19
3
0
115.78
c Rakesh Reddy b Andrew Winter
14
12
1
1
116.66
Not out
14
5
3
0
280
Not out
5
6
0
0
83.33
Extras
5 (b 0, lb 0, nb 3, w 2)
Total
60 (2 wickets, 6.2 overs)
FALL OF WICKETS
41-1 (Kuldeep Gholiya , 4.2), 41-2 (Conard Greenshields, 4.4)
BOWLER
OV
M
R
W
ECO
EXT
Junaid Khan
2
0
8
0
4
0
1
0
9
0
9
2
0.3
0
14
0
28
3
1.3
0
17
0
11.33
0
1.2
0
12
2
9
0
Commentary
That brings an end to our coverage of this exciting ECS contest. Stay tuned to Sportskeeda for live commentaries as well as the latest news. This is me, Avik Bose and my colleague, Pradeep Somashekar, signing off.
Losing the toss and being sent in to bat first, ACCA looked promising for a short while and began to fall apart as the innings progressed. ACCA batsmen never looked in control and looked in search of a fortunate boundary from here and there to keep their scoreboard ticking. Their openers failed to give them a good start and it did not look to happen for them at any stage. Zinkus was the top-scorer for ACCA  with 14 from 12 balls and none of the other batsmen touched the double-digit mark. OEI bowlers were on their mark from the word go. K.Patel and Greenshields were very economical, scalping 1 and 2 wickets respectively. S.Ahmed bowled superbly conceding 7 runs from his 3 overs along with striking 3 crucial blows breaking any sort of rhythm of the ACCA's innings. ACCA managed a total of 59/8 from their 10 overs.

OEI had the time on their side and did not look to hurry at the beginning. Played out Junaid's excellent spell cautiously before making a mockery of the target. Opener Kuldeep top-scored for them with 22 from 19 balls, before Winter struck two late blows to give ACCA some glimmer of hope. But it was indeed too late and Ranjit Narayan blazed through to a quick 14 from just 5 balls to take his team home with 22 balls to spare.

OEI thus win by 8 wickets and record their 2nd victory of the tournament. ACCA on the other hand, have to drastically improve their overall performance in the next outing to end up on the opposite end of today's result. 


OEI 60/2 from 6.2 overs.
OEI beat ACCA by 8 wickets and notch up their 2nd win of the tournament.
6.2 Andrew Winter to Jiteshkumar Balkrisna, short delivery and Jitesh smashes that one towards square leg who spills it and that races away to the deep square leg boundary as the fielder cuts it off for 2 runs in the end and it's ALL OVER as Oeiras crusied to the victory to clinch their second match on the trot!
6.1 Andrew Winter to Jiteshkumar Balkrisna, back of a length, hurried onto Jitesh as he dabs it on the off side for no run.
5.6 Raghu Raghu to Ranjit Narayan, FOUR! Touch short, Ranjit swivels across his crease and glances it powerfully towards deep fine leg for a boundary to the end the over!

End of the 6th over 
OEI 58/2
5.6 Raghu Raghu to Jiteshkumar Balkrisna, good change of pace and Jitesh picked that up and works this one towards mid wicket for a single to end the over! Just 6 runs needed!
5.5 Raghu Raghu to Ranjit Narayan, slower delivery and Ranjit smashes this one towards long on for a single.
5.4 Raghu Raghu to Jiteshkumar Balkrisna, short delivery this time, Jitesh smashes that one towards deep square leg for a single.
5.3 Raghu Raghu to Jiteshkumar Balkrisna, on the good length, Jitesh on the front foot looked to hit it on the off side and is beaten on the up.
5.2 Raghu Raghu to Ranjit Narayan, short delivery, Ranjit smashes this one towards deep square and the fielder does well to cut it off for a single.
5.1 Raghu Raghu to Jiteshkumar Balkrisna, slower delivery, takes that one on the full toss and nudges it towards covers for a single.
Halfway down the inning. At the end of the 5th over
OEI 49/2
Both the openers dismissed. OEI still look in the driving seat. 11 runs needed from 30 balls.
4.6 Andrew Winter to Ranjit Narayan, FOUR! On the good length this time, Ranjit dismisses that towards deep mid wicket and he puts that one away with disdain, goes for another boundary. Ranjit simply made it look easy!
4.5 Andrew Winter to Ranjit Narayan, FOUR! DROPPED! Full delivery, Ranjit smashes this one towards long off and the fielder takes position and he drops a sitter and the balls runs over the fence for a boundary.
4.4 Andrew Winter to Conrad Greenshields, OUT! Short delivery and Conrad hoicks this one and the fielder from deep square covers good ground and takes a brilliant catch, both the openers are gone now. A glimmer of hope for ACCA. But they need to strike another 1 or 2 quickly.
4.3 Andrew Winter to Conrad Greenshields, once again good change of pace, Conrad waits for it and only was able to hit back to the bowler, no run.
4.2 Andrew Winter to Kuldeep Gholiya, OUT! Good change of pace from Andrew as Kuldeep plays a check shot but the timing is so good, it goes straight to the long off fielder's throat and he takes a dolly!
Looks a bit late though from ACCA's perspective.
4.1 Andrew Winter to Kuldeep Gholiya, short and wide, Kuldeep just eases that one towards deep cover and they pick up an easy couple of runs in the end.
End of the 4th over
OEI 39/0
Both the batsmen are finding their groove and making a mockery of the chase right now. 21 runs needed from 36 balls.
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