Skipper G Prem fights it out with a gritty half century for Amberpet CC in HCA One Day League Match

G Prem

RoarK Cricket Academy after opting to bat first at Ysports Cricket Ground in Hyderabad, Telangana made a total of 240/9 in 40 overs.  Nihal Reddy and Vishal were the top scorers for Roar Cricket Academy smashing crucial half centuries.  From the bowlers, Girivar and Mohsin with 2 wkts each were the pick of the lot.

S.A Amberpet CC were all out for 145 runs in 32 overs. Opening the innings, skipper G Prem fought it out alone with a solid looking 50 off just 69 balls which included 7 boundaries as he continues to impress in HCA One Day League Matches. Apart from Prem, Raj Kiran at middle order scored 47*. G Prem lacked support as wickets kept on tumbling from the other end.

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