Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Yangchenphu and Motithang School in the Final.

Yangchenphu and Motithang School are in the final of the Under-15 Cricket tournament which will be played on the 15th October 2006,

Yangchenphu beat Chamgzamtok school by 67 runs after they were put to bat first after Chamgzamtok school won the toss, they put on 113 runs for loss of 4 wickets with Skipper Kencho Norbu top scoring with 28 runs.Chamgzamtok opening bowler couldn't restrict yangchenphu batsmen from scoring runs with easy singles all around.They conceeded 38 extras to add the yangchenphu total. Yangchenphu bowler fired with quick wickets early overs to put Chamgzamtok Batsmen on back foot, Kencho Norbu bowled superbly taking hat trick in his last overs eventually taking 6 overs in his allocated 4 overs to finish his figure with 6 wicktes for 4 runs to bag the man of the match award.

Motithang Vs Lungtenzampa.
It has been predicted to be the match of the tournament as experienced Motithang and Lungtenzampa school fight for the place in the final, after winning the toss, Motithang skipper Sangayjivan didn't hesitate to put the opposing team to bat first, his decision was not suprised as his opening bowler Sangay Subba sent back Jigme Singye to Pavilion without scoring a run.Mothithang players were jubliant when sangay subba struck
again to dismiss Thinley Jamtsho for 18 runs, wickets fell in quick succession for lungtenzampa school eventually all out for mere 44 runs on the board, Umesh gurung took 4 wickets for 7 runs equally compliment by pema thinley's 3 wickets for 6 runs.Chasing a target of 44, motithang opening batsmen played sensible, thier runs came mostly from the blade of Sangayjivan bat who top scored with 20 runs, As lungtenzampa bowler tired thier best to take wickets, luck seems to sway from them as Motithang batsmen steered home with a great victory in 16th overs.

Mr Roger Binny the Development Officer of Asian Cricket Council and Bhutan Cricket Chief Executive Officer Mr. Jigme N Norbu witness the match which was a big boost for the young cricketer.

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