Kingsmen won the Ramadan Night Cricket T20 tournament at DHA Sports Club Moin Khan Academy, defeating Umar Associates in the final after a sensational contest.

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Kingsmen won the Ramadan Night Cricket T20 tournament at DHA Sports Club Moin Khan Academy, defeating Umar Associates in the final after a sensational contest.

Under the captaincy of Pakistan’s famous all-rounder Anwar Ali, the Kingsmen players performed brilliantly and won the title of the winning team of the Ramadan Night T20 Cricket Tournament played at DHA Sports Club

Moin Khan Academy. Khush Dil Shah won the match by four wickets after defeating the Eights team on the last ball after a sensational contest and was adjudged the man of the match.

In the final match, Khalid Mahmood Sr. and Imtiaz Iqbal performed the duties of umpiring, while Asm Alvi was the reserve umpire, the match referee was Iftikhar Ahmed and the score was Salman Kazmi and Junaid Afzal. According to the details, Maple Leaf HD Patti became the winning team of the 9th Corporate T20 tournament, 2024. A great celebration was held to see the joy of the players on winning the tournament.
There was noise everywhere, there was a celebration of the victory, the spectators and fellow players congratulated all the players of the Kingsmen team for their excellent performance and winning the tournament. As soon as Mash hit the winning shot on the last ball, the spectators and teammates ran inside the ground. The match ended in a great way and the Kingsmen won a great victory after a very thrilling and exciting contest that will be remembered for a long time.
The players from both the teams played a very good and brilliant game and in the final the competition was as it should be in the final. Fortune was kind to the winning team Kingsmen from the start and the toss was also won by the Kingsmen team.
And first, Omar Associates was invited to bat. This final match was played on the night of April 7. Many senior prominent players watched the game in this match and during the tournament. Umar Associates, batting first, scored 160 runs for the loss of eight wickets in the stipulated 20 overs, Umeer bin Yusuf was the top scorer with 43 runs.His innings included four fours and a six. Besides Hussain Talat’s unreserved 38 off 23 balls, which included three towering sixes and two fours, Umar Associates opened the batting with Sajjad Ali and What Bismillah Khan did Sajjad Ali scored just one run and was caught out by Khurram off the ball of Anwar. Bismillah Khan scored three runs. Umir bin Yusuf was caught out by Adil on the ball of Umir bin Yusuf played very well. He scored 43 runs off 34 balls. Danish Aziz, who was dismissed, was lbw by Amir for 26 runs.Saqib Khan was cashed out by Aamir on the server’s ball. On behalf of the Kingsmen bowlers, Anwar Ali dismissed one player by giving 37 runs in four overs, M Aamir Khan dismissed three players by giving 21 runs in four overs, Asif Afridi gave 23 runs in three overs. Qadir dismissed two players by giving 27 runs in four overs, Khush Dil Nahi gave 15 runs in two overs, Shoaib Malik was also playing in the match, he gave 20 runs in two overs, Mohammad Sarwar gave 11 runs in one over. Two players were dismissed.In reply, Pakistan’s world famous batsmen Sharjeel Khan and Ahmed Alam started the batting of Kingsmen 11. Sharjeel Khan scored 32 runs off 14 balls with the help of four sixes and one four. After scoring 17 runs, he was stumped by Bismillah off the ball of Usman. Khurram Manzoor was dismissed by Sajjad off the ball of Hussain after scoring 15 runs. Out on the hands of bismillah.Khush Dil Shah played a match-winning innings of 60 runs by hitting six sixes and two fours off just 27 balls to turn the tide of the match and take his team closer to victory. In the end Adil Amin was left standing at the other end and Asif Afridi Usman Qadir and Mohammad Sarwar and Mohammad Amir Khan’s batting did not give their team a wonderful and memorable victory by putting a man in four balls. took

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