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CTCL 2008 Fall T20 tournament:Summary of Week 5 (Aug 23rd and 24th)

By Umesh Murthy
Aug 28, 2008
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CTCL 2008 Fall T20 tournament:Summary of Week 5 (Aug 23rd and 24th)

Summary of games played on Week 5 (Aug 23rd and 24th)

Group A
Lagaan at Eagles: Eagles won by 3 wickets. Lagaan batted first and were all out for 91 in 19.3 overs. Kedar Dave was the top scorer with 23 off 25 balls. Anjan, Yogesh, Akash and Sreeni were amongst the wickets with 2 wickets each – with Yogesh and Anjan getting their 2 off 4 overs for 16 runs each. In reply, the Eagles got the required runs in 17.5 overs with 3 wickets to spare. Amit top scored for the Eagles with 26 and Chakri chipped in with 20. Charan was Lagaan’s most successful bowler with 4 wickets for 20 runs in 3 overs.
Yogesh was the man of the match for the Eagles.

Falcons at RRCC: RRCC won by 12 runs. RRCC batted first and scored 137 for 9 in their 20 overs. Abid Ali top scored with a fluent 51 and was ably supported by Syed Ali with 32. For the Falcons, Ruchir was the main wicket taker with 4 wickets for 17 off his 4 overs. In reply, the Falcons scored 126 for 7 in their 20 overs – falling short by 12 runs. Nishnath top scored for the Falcons with 31 and was supported by Mayuresh (28) and Ruchir (28). For RRCC, Akbar captured 3 wickets and Balaji Gopal chipped in with 2 wickets.
Abid Ali was the man of the match for RRCC

Gladiators and Alamo were off this week.

Points situation: Although the 2 point leaders, Falcons and Lagaan, lost their games, they still remain at the top – as of now. Falcons remain at the top with 16 points and Lagaan follows with 13. RRCC is close behind with 12 points followed by the Gladiators with 8. Eagles opened their account against Lagaan this week and are at 4 points. Alamo are looking to open their account after the Labor day break. The contest for the top 4 spots remains wide open – with only a few games separating the points-leaders. With almost 7-8 games/team remaining, expect the tables to change over the next few weeks.


Group B

Spartans at ACC: ACC won by 4 runs. Batting first, ACC scored 151 in their 20 overs with Islam top scoring with 31. Riaz Ahmed chipped in with 23. For the Spartans, Gautam was amongst the wickets with 3 for 28 off 4 overs and Ganesh got 2 for 33 off his 4 overs. In reply, the Spartans were all out for 147 in 20 overs. Adnan scored a stylish 40 and Karthik Ramanan chipped in with a useful 24. However, the Spartans fell short by 4 runs. For ACC, Amer Gilani continued his fine performance with the ball capturing 4 wickets for 26 off his 4 overs.
Islam-Ul-Haq was the man-of-the-match for ACC

Longhorns at Hawks: Hawks won by 7 wkts. Batting first, the Longhorns scored 135 in their 20 overs with Dhruv top scoring with 51* and Pranav chipping in with 20. Divyesh got 2 wickets for 8 off his 4 overs. Also notable was Sanjay Saxena’s 4 overs for 9 runs and 1 wicket. In reply, the Hawks scored the required runs in 14 overs – with Divyesh continuing his fine form with the bat scoring 72 off 43 balls (6*4’s and 5*6’s) Hemanth ably supported him with 33.
Divyesh Bhakta was the man-of-the-match for the Hawks.

Warriors vs Knights: Knights won by 94 runs. Batting first, the Knights amassed 194 in their 20 overs with Sunil Sudhakar top-scoring with a brilliant 86 (9*4’s and 3*6’s) He was supported by Nikshep who scored a fluent 65. In reply, the Warriors were shot out for 100 with Madhu Ganta top-scoring with 23. For the Knights, 4 bowlers got 2 wickets each – Akshay, Senthil, NarendraKumar and RajeshKumar.
Sunil Sudhakar was the man-of-the-match for the Knights.

Points situation: Hawks lead the table with 17 points (from 5 games), followed by the Knights with 14 (from 4 games). ACC is next with 12 points (4 games) and the Warriors are 8 points from 4 games. Spartans are in with 4 points from 5 games and the Longhorns are 0 points from 1 game and the Titans are 0 points from 3 games.
Unless the Spartans and the Titans can turn things around, they look to be quickly losing ground on the others. The Longhorns will look to get into the point tables – and with a slew of games coming up for them, expect them to make a run for the top-4 spots.

Umpiring No-shows this weekend:
Titans – will lose 2 points.
Upcoming games
(Complete schedule is now available at www.centraltxcricket.org. Pls always refer to the schedule on the website in case of any questions, differences or conflicting information. The schedule on the web-site is the master schedule)
We have a week off for all teams for the Labor day weekend. CTCL’s QOC is organizing a QOC game – pls contact Akbar Lalani for more details on this.
Our next set of games is on the weekend following the Labor day weekend.
Group A: Lagaan and the Falcons have bye weeks

Group B: Spartans have a bye week.

Date Game Umpire Ground
Sep 6, 2008 Longhorn at Warriors
Gladiators TCCG

Sep 7, 2008 Alamo at Eagles
Spartans HCCG

Sep 7, 2008 Knights at Titans
Lagaan CPCG

Sep 7, 2008 Gladiators at RRCC
Spartans RRCG

Sep 7, 2008 ACC at Longhorn
Falcons TCCG


Additional notes:
1. In about 5 short weeks, we’ve played 26 games with almost every team playing 4 games. The next 9 weeks will see another 52 games played – making it a total of 78 League games in approx 14 weeks. CTCL hopes that all teams are enjoying the new format with many more games and opportunities - than in the previous leagues.
2. For the 26 games played so far, we’ve had 3 umpiring no-shows. CTCL requests all teams to please review the schedule carefully and plan the umpiring assignments in advance. We would like to keep the no-shows to a minimum. Also, pls utilize the neutral umpires as needed
3. We are at approximately 30% league complete stage. We have been fortunate not to have any rain interruptions so far – but I expect this will change as we move into the Fall. All teams are required to make sure that their umpires under the D&L method for rain affected games – please refer to Srikanth Balaji’s email regarding this.
4. At the 30% completion stage, we are also fortunate that there have been no controversial games and incidents. We attribute it to folks in the Austin community having gotten to know each other better, good cricketing relations and overall more mature gamesmanship. Our sincere hope is that the remaining 70% of the games go as smoothly as the first 30%. All Captains are hereby reminded of their duty to make sure that the games are played in the best of spirits.
5. Pls send any feedback on the league to lpc@centraltxcricket.org.

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