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Wanderers earn 4-wicket win in Div II cricket

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Dhaka Wanderers Club secured a four-wicket victory over Lalmatia Club in the super league match of Dhaka Second Division Cricket League held on Tuesday at City Club ground.
Favored by coin, Lalmatia Club faced serious batting jolt and finally dismissed at a paltry total of 165 in 38.3 overs with Mehedi Al Hasan scoring 28 runs.
Sochi Chowdhury, Mounul Islam and Imdad Hossan were the most successful bowlers as they grabbed three Lalmatia's wickets apiece conceding 36, 38 and 38 runs respectively.
In reply, Dhaka Wanderers Club reached home making 169 in 37 overs for the loss of six wickets with Imdad Hossain making an unbeaten 50 runs. Fahad Ahmed captured three wickets for Lalmatia giving away 39 runs.

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