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Media XI Jammu defeats DCC by 27 runs in friendly cricket match
11/29/2021 11:15:42 PM

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JAMMU, Nov 29: Media XI Jammu defeated DCC by 27 runs in a friendly cricket match played at Rehal Stadium Bishnah. After winning the toss, Media XI Jammu led by Captain Vivek Suri opted to bat first, scoring 119 runs for the loss of six wickets in 15 overs. Media XI started on a brisk note as their opening pair of Amit Kumar & Vishal Khajuria contributed 37 runs in 5 overs before Vishal departed at his individual score of 14 runs.
Amit was ably supported by Raghav and they kept the momentum in scoring the runs at a brisk rate. Amit Kumar fell short of fifty as he was out at his individual score of 46 runs in just 32 balls. A little cameo of 18 runs in 14 balls by Sumit Dhar & 24 runs in 15 balls by Raghav took the score of Media XI to 119 in stipulated 15 overs for the loss of 6 wickets. For DCC, Ravi was the pick of bowlers who took two wickets whereas Sonu, Koushal, Sumit & Kaushal shared one wicket each. In reply, DCC started at a disastrous note as in form batsman Kavi was out on a peach of a delivery on the bowling of Suri at the second ball of first over. Media XI bowlers kept the pressure on DCC batsmen and Vivek Suri cleaned up Sumit on 2 runs and Ravi on 9 runs who was brilliantly stumped by Vishal Khajuria. Vishal Manchanda and Sonu Malhotra tried to cope up with the asking rate but it was too much a task for DCC batsmen. The team was all out for 92 runs in 19.4 overs with Vishal Manchanda remained top scorer for DCC with 20 runs, Sonu 14 and Rajneesh 11 runs. Suri took 3 wickets, Varun Sharma & Varun Kumar took 2 wickets while Rahul Khatri took 1 wicket. Pawan Parihar was instrumental in 2 run outs with his brilliant piece of fielding. Suri was declared as Man of the Match for his match winning spell of 3/12 in 3 overs.
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