Shreyas Iyer, back after the ODI arrangement in South Africa, stroked a 35-ball 57 with three limits and four sixes to star in BPCL’s 84-run prevail upon Mumbai Police at the University Ground.
India internationals Shreyas Iyer and Umesh Yadav had a productive day for their sides, however had blended fortunes with the match comes about, on the fourth day of the fourteenth DY Patil T20 Cup being played in Navi Mumbai. Shreyas, back after the ODI arrangement in South Africa, stroked a 35-ball 57 with three limits and four sixes to star in BPCL’s 84-run prevail upon Mumbai Police at the University Ground. In a side including different players like Mandeep Singh (43) and Abhishek Nayar, BPCL captain Shreyas emerged with the bat as they posted an amazing 196-6 in their 20 overs.
Mumbai’s Shivam Dubey, in an overall demonstration, first struck 34 off 15 balls and after that picked 3-7 of every three overs to star in his side’s win. In the other match toward the beginning of the day at the DY Patil Stadium, pacer Umesh Yadav’s searing spell of 3-19 helped RBI confine Collage Group to 167-8. In answer, RBI attempted to start just opener Sumit Kumar (60: 38b, 4×4, 3×6) standing his ground.
Umesh Yadav had a go at utilizing the long handle however he could just oversee 16 off eight balls, with one four and one six, as his side lost by eight runs. Toward the evening at the University Ground, Mumbai Ranji Trophy captain Aditya Tare drove from the front with an unbeaten 83 off 55 balls, with six limits and a six, as Indian Oil pursued down Central Railway’s aggregate of 155-7 with a ball and three wickets to save.
Afterward, DY Patil Sports ‘A’ shielded their aggregate of 158-7 against Western Railway at the DY Patil Sports Stadium and won by 24 runs. The stars of this win were Rinku Singh (78: 44b, 7×4, 4×6) and quick bowler Ishwar Choudhary’s 3-31.
BRIEF SCORES Collage Group 167-8 of every 20 overs (Kshitiz Sharma 66, Chetan Bist 39; Umesh Yadav 3-19) vanquish RBI 159 out of 19.3 overs (Sumit Kumar 60, Sumit Ghadigaonkar 22; Parvinder Awana 3-25, Arun Chaprana 3-33)- by eight runs DY Patil A 158-7 out of 20 overs (Rinku Singh 78, Shubham Ranjane 25; Drushant Soni 3-24, Chintan Gaja 2-27) bt Western Railway 134-7 of every 20 overs (Nikunj Mohite 44, Vinayak Bhoir 28; Ishwar Choudhary 3-31, Prateek Dabholkar 2-15)- by 24 runs BPCL 196-6 out of 20 overs (Shreyas Iyer 57, Mandeep Singh 43, Shivam Dubey 34, Javed Khan 3-43, Sachin Shinde 2-29) bt Mumbai Police 112 out of 19.3 overs (Shrikant Limbole 55; Shivam Dubey 3-7,Sandeep Sharma 2-13, Shivam Malhotra 2-20)- by 84 runs Central Railway 155-7 of every 20 overs (Manish Rao 54, Vineet Dhaka 21; Rajesh Pawar 3-22, Aamir Gani 2-37) lost to Indian Oil 156-7 out of 19.5 overs (Aditya Tarre 83 n.o., Wasim Jaffer 27, Rohan Raje 20; Parappa Moordi 3-35)- by three wickets