Anil Sah having a torrid time in Singapore Elite Player Series

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    Although his team has managed to win the only completed match in the Singapore Elite Player Series 2 tournament so far, Nepal’s Anil Sah has had a torrid time in the middle for his team.

    In the first match of the tournament between Singapore Crimsons and Singapore Crescents, which lasted only 3 deliveries as rain washed out the entire day’s play, Anil Sah played all three of them before getting dismissed without scoring, as he got bowled by Shoib Razzak.

    In the match played between the same teams on 02nd May, SG Crimsons defeated SG Crescents by 9 wickets via Duckworth/Lewis method. Batting first, SG Crescents scored 117/9 in their 16 overs, again the match getting reduced due to wet weather conditions.

    In reply, SG Crimsons only took 9.5 overs to reach 118/1 to win the game. Anil Sah got to bowl two overs, in which he conceded 22 runs. Oman’s Sufyaan Mehmood picked up 1/17 in his 3 overs. Zimbabwe’s Nathan Wallar too had a disappointing outing as he scored just a single and conceded 20 runs off his solitary over bowled for Crescents.

    SG Crimsons play their next match on 04th May against SG Stars while SG Crescents look to remain alive in the competition aa they take on the Stars on 03rd May.

    Brief Scores:

    SG Crescents 117/9 in 16 overs (Anish Param 44, Surendran Chandramohan 28, Aditya Malik 14, Amjad Mahboob 3/24, Sankar Subramanian 2/13, Sufyaan Mehmood 1/17) lost to SG Crimsons 118/1 in 9.5 overs (Chaminda Ruwan 78 n.o, Rohan Rangarajan 21) by 9 wickets (D/L)

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