Mirchandani steers Vintage to victory

Vintage Victorious Sindhis defeated United Sindhis by 15 runs in the Sindhi Premier Cricket League which resumed after a 10-day break at 7he Sevens ground on Sunday night, according to a Press release.

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Published: Tue 20 Nov 2012, 11:54 PM

Last updated: Tue 7 Apr 2015, 2:03 PM

The 25-over tournament, which is held under the auspices of the Dubai Cricket Council (DCC) and organised by the Sindhi Cricket Club, saw two heroic performances on the day from Manish Mirchandani of Vintage and Anil Adnani of United.

However it was Mirchandani’s 21 runs and four wickets which helped him bag the man-of-the-match award as Anil’s two wickets and an unbeaten 60 failed to pull United to victory.

Put into bat, Vintage Victorious never looked settled against some good, tidy bowling from Chirag Makhija, Anil Adnani, Ronak Aswani and Jeetinder Singh.

With wickets falling around him Mirchandani went on the offensive and pulled off a 19-ball 21. That gave Dilip Kundnani some confidence as he too went for his shots.

He struck five boundaries in his 37 but his run-out brought United back in the match.

United’s reply was equally tame as they lost three wickets. It was left to Anil Adnani and Chiraj Makhija to stem the rot.

Anil (60 off 43 balls) and Chirag gave their team some hope. But once Chirag departed Anil was left with little support from the rest of the batsmen as Manish Mirchandani ran amok by bagging four wickets to win the match for Vintage.

Brief scores


> Vintage Victorious Sindhis beat United Sindhis by 15 runs. Vintage Victorious Sindhis 167 for 9 in 25 overs (Dilip Kundnani 37, Neeraj Ramamoorthy 25, Manish Mirchandani 21, Amit Kukreja 17, Anil Manghnani 16, Yash Makar 15; Anil Adnani 2-25, Chirag Makhija 1-25, Ronak Aswani 1-41, Prashant Jetwani 1-24). United Sindhis 152 for 9 in 25 overs (Anil Adnani 60 not out, Anand Shenoy 13, Sunil Nichani 11; Manish Mirchandani 4-18, Prakash Gurbani 2-10, Vikas Aswani 2-14). Man of the Match: Manish Mirchandani of Vintage Victorious Sindhis



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