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DPL: Prime Bank beat Prime Doleshwar by 6 wkts
Holders Prime Bank Cricket Club earned a six-wicket victory over title aspirant Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club in a super league match of the Walton Dhaka Premier Division Cricket at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur on Wednesday.
Despite the day’s defeat, Prime Doleshwar remained at 4th slot in the league table securing 14 points from 12 matches while Prime Bank remained at 5th place collecting also 14 points from 13 matches.
Batting first, Prime Doleshwar SC scored 100 runs for 6 in curtailed 33 over-a-side match with national all rounder Nasir Hossain making the team highest unbeaten 30 runs off 51 balls hitting three boundaries.
Besides, Sunjamul Islam (18), Sachin Baby (17) and national player Raqibul Hasan (15) were the main contributors for Prime Doleshwar reaching the double figures.
National pacer Rubel Hossain captured two wickets for 19 runs to be adjudged man of the match. Monir Hossain, Nazmul Islam and Shuvagata Hom took one wicket each giving away 15, 17 and 28 runs respectively.
Chasing a revised target of 118 runs in 33 overs under D/L method, Prime Bank easily reached their target scoring 122 for 4 in 25 overs with Indian Unmukt Chand making an unbeaten 43 runs off 61 balls, including three fours and two sixes.
Besides, national all rounder Sabbir Rahman (28), Shuvagata Hom (17) and Taibur Rahman (not out 16) were main scorers for Prime Bank.
Nasir Hossain, Farhad Reza and Sanjamul Islam captured one wicket each conceding 18, 22 and 35 runs respectively.