Lahore groups collide with first-round annihilations in PCB U-19 occasion

KARACHI: On multi day of miracles, both Lahore outfits endured humiliating annihilations in their first-round apparatuses of the PCB Under-19 Inter-area cricket competition on Wednesday, while Karachi Blues additionally lost to the unheralded Abbottabad.

Lahore Whites were in for a stun at the National Ground in Islamabad where Quetta pulled off a 80-run triumph by knocking down some pins out their adversaries for only 97 with Junaid Khan creating a fine all-round execution. He scored 63 in Quetta’s aggregate of 177 preceding getting five wickets for 30 runs.

Profoundly evaluated Saim Ayub pummeled a 80-ball 100 with the guide of seven fours and five sixes as Karachi Whites achieved 256-8 after their Group ‘An’ installation against Fata was diminished to 38 overs for every side. Fata, in answer, oversaw 225-9 to lose by 31 runs.

In the ‘nearby’ derby at the Pindi Cricket Stadium, Islamabad upstaged Rawalpindi by four wickets.

In the Group ‘B’ diversion at the UBL Sports Complex in Karachi, Peshawar beat Lahore Blues by 43 runs, while Abbottabad secured an outstanding 89-run win against Karachi Blues at the National Stadium.

The day’s greatest win was accomplished by Faisalabad who trounced Azad Jammu Kashmir by 151 runs, while Sialkot fixed an exciting eight-run prevail upon Multan at the NBP Sports Complex.

Wednesday’s outcomes:

To start with round:

Gathering ‘A’:

At Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi: Islamabad beat Rawalpindi by four wickets.

RAWALPINDI 208-6 of every 38 overs (Haider Ali 72, Zaid Khan 46, Mohammad Ajmal 23; Mohammad Moosa 2-40); ISLAMABAD 209-6 out of 37.4 overs (Hasan Abid Kiani 60, Rohail Nazir 55, Irfan Khan 29, Haroon Wahid 22 not out).

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At KRL Stadium, Rawalpindi: Karachi Whites beat Fata by 31 runs.

KARACHI WHITES 256-8 of every 38 overs (Saim Ayub 100, Watan Dost 58, Mohammad Usman 45; Mohammad Wasim 2-45, Hasnain Hussain 2-61); FATA 225-9 out of 38 overs (Junaid Ahmed 63, Mohammad Aftab Alam 55, Mohammad Wasim 31 not out; Shoaib Ahmed 3-42, Mohammad Makki 2-47).

At National Ground, Islamabad: Quetta beat Lahore Whites by 80 runs.

QUETTA 177 of every 45.3 overs (Junaid Khan 63, Mohammad Ibrahim 26; Hashim Ibrahim 4-33, Syed Faridoun Mahmood 3-23); LAHORE WHITES 97 out of 25.5 overs (Hassan Dar 18; Junaid Khan 5-30, Hussain Ahmed 4-30).

At Diamond Club Ground, Islamabad: Faisalabad beat Azad Jammu Kashmir by 151 runs.

FAISALABAD 276-9 out of 45 overs (Mohammad Awais Zafar 58, Zohaib Amanat 45, Mohammad Irfan Khan 43, Saif Ali 33; Usama Fazil 3-42, Qazi Arqban 2-18, Aaqib Liaquat 2-58); AZAD JAMMU KASHMIR 125 out of 34.2 overs (Zohaib Bukhari 37; Mohammad Bilal Javed 4-17).

Gathering ‘B’:

At National Stadium, Karachi: Abbottabad beat Karachi Blues by 89 runs.

ABBOTTABAD 282-8 out of 50 overs (Khayyam Khan 89, Afaq Ahmed 75, Danish Sarhadi 41, Mashal Khan 31; Nadir Shah 3-48, Saif Ali 2-35, Ahmed Farooq 2-40); KARACHI BLUES 193 out of 43.2 overs (Saif Ali 58, Ali Nasim 41 not out, Ghazi Nasir 23; Nauman Akbar 4-33, Hamza Khan 3-37, Khalid Ali 2-28)

At UBL Sports Complex, Karachi: Peshawar beat Lahore Blues by 43 runs.

PESHAWAR 236-9 out of 50 overs (Saqib Jamil 50, Mukhtyar 35 not out, Aamir Azmat 34, Mohammad Haris 31, Saqib Khan 25, Mohammad Amir 22; Nasim Shah 3-43, Mohammad Bilal 2-23, Asad Khan 2-55); LAHORE BLUES 193 out of 48.4 overs (Qasim Akram 51, Zain-Bin Farooq 36, Atayab Ahmed 22; Saqib Jamil 3-17, Izhar Ahmed 2-31)

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At TMC Ground, Karachi: Larkana beat Bahawalpur by 78 runs.

LARKANA 174 out of 47.5 overs (Aamir Ali 33, Majid Ali 25 not out, Javed Ahmed 21; Mohammad Junaid 3-32, Muzammil Khan 2-24, Mohammad Hamza 2-26); BAHAWALPUR 96 out of 36.1 overs (Javed Ali Khoso 3-23, Majid Ali 2-14, Amir Ali 2-14).

At NBP Sports Complex, Karachi: Sialkot beat Multan by eight runs.

SIALKOT 195 out of 46.1 overs (Haroon Ahmed 75, Mohammad Ali 31, Ghulam Mohiuddin 23; Mohammad Jahangir 4-40, Sharjeel Umar 3-24); MULTAN 187 out of 49.2 overs (Mohammad Asif 49, Shoaib Khan 40, Mohammad Uzaifa 20 not out; Ghulam Mohiuddin 3-23, Adnan Haider 3-26, Farrukh Waqas 2-37, Abdullah Nawaz 2-38).

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