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Bank Muscat, PDO, TECS and Ideal in semis

Adnan Ul Haq - Bank Muscat
Adnan Ul Haq - Bank Muscat
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MUSCAT: Bank Muscat beat Sarco LLC in the quarterfinal of A Division T20 League 2023-24 powered by Khimji Ramdas LLC at Oman Cricket Turf Ground 2.


Sarco LLC managed to post a paltry total of 110 in a reduced match of 19 overs-a-side courtesy Nazish Mohammed’s 26. Zeeshan Tufail picked 2 wickets. In response, Bank Muscat were down to 41 for 6 as James Mathew picked 4 wickets in the powerplay. Adnan Ul Haq’s 46 and Saumya Sampat’s 33 ensured Bank Muscat chased the target to book a berth in the semifinals.


In another A division quarterfinal, PDO beat ABL Task at the same venue.


Abdul Naveed and Azhar Habib’s explosive 166-run partnership lead PDO to a total of 215.


Azhar Habib went on to score 116 while Abdul Naveed scored 75. In response, ABL Task could only manage to score 174 courtesy Amal Rajan’s 35 and Vinukumar’s 31. Muhammed Ali and Awais Mohammed picked two wickets respectively.


TECS beat Douglas/Al Jadidi in the third quarterfinal while Ideal International beat AER to book the last semifinal spot of A Division T20 League 2023-24 powered by Khimji Ramdas LLC at Oman Cricket Turf Ground 2.


Brief Scores


Sarco LLC 110/5 in 19 overs (Nazish Mohammed 26 (37b); Zeeshan Tufail 2/10) lost to Bank Muscat 112/6 in 17.5 overs (Adnan Ul Haq 46 (35b), Saumya Sampat 33 (35b); James Mathew 4/15) by 4 wickets.


PDO 215/2 in 20 overs (Azhar Habib 116 (53b), Abdul Naveed 75 (50b)) beat ABL Task 174/7 in 20 overs (Amal Rajan 35 (20b); Awais Mohammed 2/31) by 41 runs.


Douglas/Al Jadidi 113/9 in 20 overs (Manikandan Rajagopal 41 (37b); Shanidh KT 4/23) lost to TECS 116/3 in 12.5 overs (Ali Muhammed 40 (26b); Nabeel Boota 1/17) by 7 wickets.


AER 104 all out in 19.2 overs (Tafsirul Islam Riaz 18 (16b); Deepak Bhandari 3/20, Syed Farwa 3/24) lost to Ideal International 107/3 in 9.1 overs (Wasim Jamadar 46 (14b); Amandeep Singh 2/17) by 7 wickets.


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