UCB-BCB XI kick Prime Bank Cricket Club by five wickets to stay in row for a place in a final. Both teams, as good as Mohammedan Sporting Club, have won 3 matches each, injecting seductiveness into tomorrow’s matches as all 3 teams have a shot for a final dual places.
Imrul Kayes was a star with a bat, hammering an dominant 82 off 54 balls with 8 fours and 4 sixes. Muktar Ali also done a essential grant during a chase, as his dual fours in a final 3 balls of a final over ensured a feat for UCB-BCB XI.
Mithun Ali chipped in with 44 off 28 balls while Marshall Ayub done 25 off 14 during a essential stage.
For Prime Bank, Sabbir Rahman done a 45-ball 57- his third fifty in a tournament. He struck 6 fours during his innings, though it was Saikat Ali’s quickfire 41 that gave Prime Bank a impetus. Saikat crushed 4 sixes while Mehrab Hossain jnr struck 39 off 24 balls after in a innings to propel a group to 173 for 8.
Al-Amin Hossain, who took 5 wickets in one over in a prior match, picked adult 3 for 45..
Nurul Hasan‘s dominant 79 helped Mohammedan Sporting Club to an eight-wicket win over Abahani. Abahani’s fourth detriment means that they are out of a using for a place in a final, while Mohammedan strengthened their position with a third win.
Nurul struck 10 fours and dual sixes in his 47-ball 79, after he came to a double in a sixth over following a tumble of a initial wicket. He and Junaid Siddique combined 78 runs for a second wicket, with Siddique chipping in with 41 off 31 balls. His exclusion during a finish of a 13th over didn’t deter a 172-run chase, as Mominul Haque ensured that a group won with an over to spare.
Abahani’s 171 for 6 in 20 overs was built around Soumya Sarkar’s half-century and Mizanur Rahman’s 41. For Mohammedan, seamer Dewan Sabbir took 3 wickets.