In an exciting encounter between Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and DR. Junaid Ali Shah Cricket Team, CAA batted first and set a target of 197 runs for their opponents. Nadeem Badar, the CAA opener, provided a blazing start to the innings, smashing 61 runs off just 24 deliveries. His aggressive innings included powerful strokes all around the ground and set the tone for CAA’s innings. Umar Riaz contributed 20 runs off 15 balls, while Zaryab Naseer scored a patient 30 off 31 deliveries. However, it was Saad Qaisar’s late surge that bolstered CAA’s total. Saad played a quickfire knock of 27 runs off just 18 balls, injecting momentum into the innings during the crucial final overs. Unfortunately, the rest of the CAA batsmen failed to make significant contributions, and Nadeem Akhtar proved to be a thorn in their side, taking three wickets. With their innings wrapped up, Civil Aviation Authority finished at 197 runs for the loss of 8 wickets.
In response, DR. Junaid Ali Shah Cricket Team came out determined to chase down the target. Their opener, Ubaid Rabnawaz, replicated Nadeem Badar’s heroics with a blistering innings of his own. Ubaid smashed 65 runs off just 29 deliveries, displaying excellent timing and power in his stroke play. Farrukh Rizvi provided valuable support to Ubaid’s innings, scoring a composed 40 runs off 35 balls. The middle-order batsman, Syed Azmat Ali, played a crucial role in the chase, remaining unbeaten on 42 runs off 24 balls. However, the rest of the batting lineup struggled to make a significant impact. CAA’s bowler, Osama Siddiqui, emerged as the game-changer for his team. He claimed three crucial wickets, stemming the flow of runs and putting pressure on the DR. Junaid Ali Shah Cricket Team’s batsmen.
Civil Aviation Authority Won By 3 Runs