Anjuman Bhatkal beat JG College Hubballi by 5 wickets, Abdul Baqi shine

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Quazi | Published on 7th March 2020, 9:57 PM | Coastal News | Sports News |

Bhatkal: Abdul Baqi Siddiqua flourished, as Anjuman Degree College, Bhatkal notched up a convincing five-wicket victory over KLE's J G College of Commerce, Hubballi in Karnataka University 2nd Zone Cricket Tournament held at Hubballi.

Chasing 60-run target, Anjuman lost five quick wickets as Omkar delivered superbly and bagged 3 wickets.
Abdul Baqi smashed 25 off 26 balls with five boundaries as Anjuman to win by five wicket in final.

For Anjuman, Ilyas Motiya took three wickets by conceding 10 runs in his three overs spell. Abdul Baqi was awarded with man of the match, Best all-rounder and Best Batsman of tournament.

On this victory, Management, Staff and students congratulated.

Scorecard:
KLE's J G College of Commerce, Hubballi: 57/10 in 14.1 overs , Sachin 18, Ilyas Motiya 10/3

Anjuman degree College Bhatkal: 61/5 in 9.3 overs, Abdul Baqi 25, Fusair 11, Omkar 3 wickets

Anjuman won by 5 wickets.

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