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Div I Women's Cricket

Indira Road CA defeat SSP

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Sports Reporter :
Indira Road Cricket Academy (CA) defeated Sarkari Shishu Paribar (SSP) by 196 runs in their match of the Dhaka First Division Women's Cricket League at the Kalabagan Krira Chakra Ground on Thursday.
Electing to bat first, Indira Road piled up a mammoth total of 267 for the loss of seven wickets in the stipulated 40 overs and then they all out Sarkari Shishu Paribar for 69 off 25 overs.
Sumaiya Akter of Indira Road top-scored with 56, while Rebeka Sultana made 49 and Jakia Islam scored 40 runs. Subrina Sultana remained unbeaten with 36.
Akhi Akter and Jannatul Ferdous of Sarkari Shishu Paribar bagged a pair of wickets each for 25 and 30 runs respectively.
Later, Fariha Islam of Indira Road claimed three wickets at the cost of 17 runs and her teammate Alpona Khatun bagged a pair of wickets for 10 runs.
Brief score:
Indira Road - 239/8 in 40 overs; Sumaiya Akter 56(54), Rebeka Sultana 49, Jakia Islam 40, Subrina Sultana not out 36, Ankhi Akter 2/25, Jannatul Ferdous 2/30
Sarkari Shishu Paribar- 69/10 in 25 overs, Tania Tanni not out 17, Afsana Akter 9, Fariha Islam 3/17, Alpona Khatun 2/10
Result: Indira Road CA won by 196 runs.
Player of the match: Sumaiya Akter (Indira Road CA).

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