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Live Cricket Score – Ranji Trophy 2017-18, Round 6, Day 3

Live Cricket Score – Ranji Trophy 2017-18, Round 6, Day 3

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Live Cricket Score - Ranji Trophy 2017-18, Round 6, Day 3 Assam sinking WICKET! Over: 55.5 Rajat Khan 15(22) ct Sumanth Kolla b Sudeep Tyagi, Assam 131/6 #ASMvHYD@paytm#RanjiTrophy — BCCI Domestic (@BCCIdomestic) November 19, 2017 Yomi is at it again Lunch break: Tamil Nadu - 300/8 in 97.6 overs (R Sai Kishore 4 off 7, V Yomahesh 91 off 189) #TNvMP@paytm#RanjiTrophy — BCCI Domestic (@BCCIdomestic) November 19, 2017 Gujarat declare That's a massive total! Gujaratdeclareafter going past 600 in their first innings. Parthiv was dismissed for 173 and Juneja remained unbeaten on 83. The defending champions took a massive 448-run lead in the first innings andlookthe outright favourites to pick up a win. Maharashtra in tatters Vikas Mishra and Ishant Sharma have stru
Afghan Youth Team Beats Pakistan to Win Asian Cricket Championship

Afghan Youth Team Beats Pakistan to Win Asian Cricket Championship

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Afghan Youth Team Beats Pakistan to Win Asian Cricket Championship   ISLAMABAD —  Afghanistan defeated Pakistan Sunday, winning their first under-19 cricket Asia Cup final in Kuala Lumpur, offering a rare opportunity for celebrations in a country desperate for a break from relentless rounds of deadly violence. Batting first, the Afghan team scored 248 runs in their allotted 50 overs. The opposition Pakistani side while chasing the target was dismissed within 23 overs for just 63 runs, enabling Afghans to win the match by a massive margin of 185 runs to lift the championship trophy. The win demonstrated significant improvement in Afghan cricket, which spread in the war-torn country from refugee camps in neighboring Pakistan and has become one of Afghanistan's most popula
PSL will continue to produce talent for Pakistan cricket, says Sarfraz Ahmed

PSL will continue to produce talent for Pakistan cricket, says Sarfraz Ahmed

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PSL will continue to produce talent for Pakistan cricket, says Sarfraz Ahmed Skipper Sarfraz Ahmed speaking in an event . Photo: Geo News KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Team Skipper Sarfraz Ahmed express his hope that the Pakistan Super League will continue to provide fresh talent to Pakistan Cricket. Sarfraz, who last year led Pakistan to Champions Trophy glory, told media in Karachi that the standard of cricket has improved due to PSL. “It is a good sign that we have six teams this year. More teams means more players and more quality in the league,” said Sarfraz. “The second edition of league was better than the first and I am sure the third edition will be better than the second. We got some new talent in second edition and I am hopeful that the third edition of PSL will giv