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Indira Road post 7-wicket win in Div II Cricket

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Indira Road Krira Chakra recorded an emphatic seven-wicket victory over Dhaka Cricket Academy in the super league match of Dhaka Second Division Cricket League held on Tuesday at Fatullah Outer Stadium.
Opted to bat first,Dhaka Cricket Academy failed to post big total as they were all out for 149 in 34.3 overs with Mahmudul Alam making 43 runs.
Asifur Rahman was the most successful bowler as he claimed three Dhaka Cricket Academy's wicket conceding 31 runs.
Chasing a winning target of 150 runs set by Dhaka Cricket Academy, Indira Road Krira Chakra hardly had to sweat as they comfortably reached their target in 23.2 overs with seven wickets in hand.
Opener Alauddin top scored with 54 runs while Wali Nur added 37.
Adnan Rahul bagged two wickets giving away 17 runs for the losers.

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