Saran Teja’s quickfire 80* helps Spartans defeat South Woodford CC

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Played at Chigwell Metropolitan Police Ground in London, UK, Southwood Ford Iron opting to bat first made a healthy total on board notching up 281 runs in 40 overs. In reply, Spartans Essex Cricket Club chased down the score in just 36 overs winning the match in a dominating fashion by 5 wkts.

The highlight match winning performance of the match was by Saran Teja who scored 80 runs off mere 47 balls while also took 3 wkts with the ball making it a complete all-round performance. Saran smashed 7 fours and 6 sixes at a healthy strike rate of 170. Apart from Saran, Ronak (41 runs) and Basim (32 runs) also provided crucial contributions to help Spartans cross the victory line.

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