Inter-cricket League goes on break
The Southern Region Twenty-20 Inter- Cricket League has gone on break as Muslim players will observe the month of Ramadan.
A member of the league’s organising committee, Saeed Limdawala, said it was important to go on break to help Muslim players to reflect on their spirituality.
“We are planning for the league to resume on July 26. This time is important to every Muslim and as cricket players, we also need to be prayerful and generous,” he said.
Upon sighting of the moon, Muslims will go on fasting on June 18
Meanwhile, there were three games at Mpingwe Sports Club on Sunday that marked the break of the league.
Mpingwe Sports Club Gold made 150 runs in 20-over and in response Mpingwe Grey failed to match the record after making 146 runs in 20- over to lose the match.
In the second game, Mpingwe Orange batting first, made 69 in 20-over and in response Mpingwe Black made those runs in just 10.1- over to win the tie.
In other games held at Oriental Club, Mpingwe Purple lost to Mpingwe White. Mpingwe Purple batting first made 125 runs in 20-over but Mpingwe White responded and made the same runs in 15.4-over.
Aabid Khan made 49 runs to inspire White to victory.
In the second game at the same venue, Mpingwe Green lost to Anchor Industries Mpingwe Silver.
Mpingwe Green made 30 runs in 20-over and in response Silver made those runs in 10.1-over.
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