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Zambia continues to impress

Thu, Apr 26, 2012 5:56 PM


Zambia continues to impress
Seychelles v Zambia
On field C of the Sahara Park Willowmoore Stadium, Cameroon won the toss against Rwanda and elected to field. Rwanda scored 190 for the loss of 2 wickets in its allotted 20 overs off which A Kayiteta scored 64 runs off 50 balls and E Dusingizimana scored 36 off 25 balls. Cameroon went in to bat and scored 86 all out with S Vardhoeneni taking 3 wickets for 18 runs and E Dusabemungu taking 3 wickets for 10 runs making Rwanda the winners by 104 runs.

Morocco won the toss against Gambia on Field B of the Sahara Park Willowmoore Stadium and sent Gambia to bat. The Gambians scored 119 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in its allotted 20 overs. Top-scorer on the Gambian side being A Yadav with 44 off 50 balls and taking wickets for the Moroccan side was I. Kittam with 2 for 15. Morocco scored 84 all out in 18.1 overs. The bowlers that took wickets for Gambia were A Conteh taking 3 wickets for 29 runs and D Prince taking 3 wickets for 18 runs. Gambia won by 35 runs.

Field A of the Sahara Park Willowmoore Stadium staged the match between Mali and St. Helena. St. Helena won the toss and elected to bat. St. Helena scored a decent 170 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in its allotted 20 overs. Dax Richards scored 57 runs off 49 balls. Mali in reply scored 52 all out. A Yon took 4 wickets for 12 runs as St. Helena won by a massive 118 runs.

At the main oval of the Sahara Park Willowmoore Stadium, the unbeaten Seychelles and Zambia clashed in what we would call a very tense yet exciting match. Zambia won the
toss and elected to bat scoring 158 for the loss of 6 wickets in 20 overs. Contributions came in from I Galiya who scored 74 runs and A Patel who scored 43. Taking wickets for Seychelles was S Halpe who took 3 wickets for 15 runs.

Seychelles was bowled out for 81 runs in 19.4 overs. G Kandela took 3 wicket for 3 runs off 10 balls making Zambia the winners of this match by 77 runs.

Brief Scores:
All Matches played at Sahara Park Willowmoore, Benoni, South Africa

Cameroon v Rwanda
Cameroon won the toss and elected to field
Rwanda 190-2, 20 overs
Best Batting: Rwanda: A. Kayiteta 64 off 50; E. Dusingizimana 36 off 25
Cameroon 86 all out
Best Bowling: Rwanda: S. Vardhoeneni 3 for 18; E. Dusabemungu 3 for 10
Rwanda won by 104 runs

Gambia v Morocco
Morocco won the toss and elected to field
Gambia 119-8
Best Batting: Gambia: A. Yadav 44 of 50
Best Bowling: Morocco: I. Kittam 2 for 15
Morocco 84 all out
Best Bowling: Gambia: A. Conteh 3 for 29; D. Prince 3 for 18
Gambia won by 35 runs

Mali v St. Helena
St. Helena won the toss and elected to bat
St. Helena 170-7
Best Batting: St. Helena: Dax Richards 57 of 49
Mali bowled out for 52
Best Bowling: St. Helena: A. Yon 4 for 12
St. Helena won by 118 runs

Seychelles v Zambia
Zambia won the toss and elected to bat
Zambia 158-6, 20 overs
Best Batting: Zambia: I. Galiya 74; A. Patel 43
Best Bowling: St. Helena: S. Halpe 3 for 15
Seychelles 81 all out
Best Bowling figures Zambia: G. Kandela 3 for 3 of 1.3 overs
Zambia won by 77 runs

In one of the four afternoon matches of day two, Cameroon faced Gambia on Field A of Sahara Park Willowmoore. Cameroon won the toss and sent Gambia in to bat. Gambia scored 142 for the loss of 9 wickets. G Njie scored 30 runs off 21 balls and on the Cameroon bowling, MR Ngueudam took 3 wickets for 20 runs. Cameroon scored 108 making Gambia winners by 34 runs. Taking wickets were P Johnson 5 for 17 and A Yadav 3 for 16.

The main oval of Sahara Park Willowmoore saw the Moroccans take on the Rwandans, which commenced with Morocco winning the toss and electing to bat. Morocco scored 134 runs for the loss of 7 wickets in 20 overs with Z Zaki scoring 48 runs and R Ouboukis scoring 38 runs. For the Rwandans BB Songa took 2 wickets for 13 runs and T Gatera took 2 for 20.
In a tense finish Rwanda with the last pair at the crease won by 1 wicket off the last ball. E Dusabemungu scored 39 runs and E Dusingizimana 29 runs. For Morocco, A Ennaoui took 2 wickets for 17 runs and I Kettani 2 for 24.

The two islanders Seychelles and St. Helena were put to trial on Field C of Sahara Park Willowmoore. After winning the toss, Seychelles decided to bat and scored 128 all out. A Bhuva scored 45 off 38 balls and for St. Helena, G Johnson took 3 wickets for 15 runs. St. Helena chased down the runs and had to score 8 off the last over. They managed to score their 8 runs and the match was tied – the first super over in the tournament was
won by the Seychelles.

Mali took on the unbeaten Zambians on Field B of Sahara Park Willowmoore. Zambia won the toss and went in to bat scoring 147 runs for 6 wickets of which significant contributions came from A Patel who scored 28 runs off 29 balls. S Sissoko took 3 wickets for 25 runs. Mali managed a score of 29 all out against the Zambians in 9.3 overs with I Mohamed taking 6 wickets for 14 runs for Zambia. Zambia remains the only unbeaten team in the
Tournament

Brief Scores
All Matches played at Sahara Park Willowmoore, Benoni, South Africa

Cameroon v Gambia
Cameroon won the toss and elected to field
Gambia 142-9
Best Batting: Gambia: G Njie 30 off 21
Best Bowling: Cameroon: MR Ngueudam 3 for 20
Cameroon 108
Best Bowling: Gambia: P Johnson 5 wickets; A Yadav 3 wickets
Gambia won by 34 runs

Morocco v Rwanda
Morocco won the toss and elected to bat
Morocco 134-7in 20 overs
Best Batting: Morocco: Z Zaki 48 runs; R Ouboukis 38 runs
Best Bowling: Rwanda: BB Songa 2 for 13; T Gatera 2 for 20
Rwanda 135-9
Best Batting: Rwanda: E Dusabemungu 39 runs; E. Dusingizimana 29 runs
Best Bowling: Morocco: A. Ennaoui 2-17; I Kettani 2-24
Rwanda won by 1 run

Seychelles v St. Helena
Seychelles won the toss and elected to bat
Seychelles 128 all out
Best Batting: Seychelles: A. Bhuva 45 off 38
Best Bowling: St. Helena: G. Johnson 3-15
St. Helena scored 7 in the sSuper Over
Seychelles won in the Super Over

Mali v Zambia
Zambia won the toss and elected to bat
Zambia 147-6
Best Batting: Zambia: A. Patel 28 off 29
Best Bowling: Mali: S. Sissoko 3-25
Mali 29 all out
Best Bowling: Zambia: I Mohamed 6-14
Zambia won by 118 runs

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