Mohammedan's regular skipper Shakib al Hasan has been banned and Shuvagata Hom took the mantle in place of him
Mohamemdan Sporting Club, Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club and Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club have registered wins in their respective matches during the rain affected match day of Bangabandhu Dhaka Premier League T-20 tournament on Sunday.
Mohammedan vs Old DOHS
Mohammedan picked up their second consecutive wins as they defeated Old DOHS by nine runs in D/L method.
Batting first Mohammedan scored 154 runs losing five wickets.
Their regular skipper Shakib al Hasan has been banned and Shuvagata Hom took the mantle in place of him.
Wicketkeeper batsman Irfaan Shukkur played a brilliant innings of 68 off 42 deliveries to help Mohammadean score past 150-run mark. Irfan smashed three fours and five sixes in his 68-run innings.
In reply, rain stopped play after 13.4 overs while Old DOHS were chasing. A revised target was set as 125 runs in 16 overs and Old DOHS managed to score only 115 runs in 16 overs losing four wickets.
Captain Shuvagata Hom picked up two wickets for Mohammedan while Irfaan Shukkur was adjudged man of the match.
Prime Doleshwar vs Partex
Prime Doleshwar chased down a moderate total of 135 with five wickets in hand and four balls to spare at Mirpur's SBNS.
Doleshwar was in trouble while chasing as they lost both of their openers within first seven balls of the innings and only two runs at the scoreboard.
But number three batsman Saif Hasan and number four Fazle Mahmud halted the slide and built a 70-run partnership in the third wicket.
Fazle was brilliant particularly as the left hander scored 71 runs off 57 deliveries with seven fours and three sixes.
Earlier, Partex managed to score 134 runs losing seven wickets in their 20 overs. Opener Hasanuzzaman was the top scorer with 44.
Veteran Farhad Reza picked two wickets for Prime Doleshwar.
Sheikh Jamal vs Rupganj
Sheikh Jamal won the rain affected encounter against Legends of Rupganj by 7 runs in D/L method at BKSP.
Batting first Rupganj scored 137 runs losing six wickets in 20 overs.
Sabbir Rahman scored 41 batting at number three while captain Naeem Islam scored a quick-fire 30 off 19 balls at late stage of the innings.
Salauddin Shakil and Shykat Ali picked two wickets each for Sheikh Jamal.
In reply, Sheikh Jamal scored 127 runs losing four wickets in 18 overs when rain stopped play.
Opener Shykat scored 43 while skipper Nurul Hasan Sohan was unbeaten on 44 when rain interrupted.
Eventually Sheikh Jamal won by 7 runs by D/L method.
Sheikh Jamal’s Shykat was adjudged man of the match for his all-round performance.