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Tare’s fighting 71 in vain as Panthers win

DNMUM436401 | 5/16/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :125



Mumbai: North Mumbai Panthers bowlers held their nerve as they defeated Eagle Thane Strikers by 6 runs in the T20 Mumbai on Wednesday. Put in to bat at the Wankhede Stadium, a late cameo by Karan Nande (50 off 23 balls) helped North Mumbai post 190/8. Later, their bowlers restricted the Strikers to 184/5 despite a blazing 71 off 44 balls by rival skipper Aditya Tare.
Brief scores: North Mumbai Panthers 190/8 (Karan Nande 50, Sairaj Patil 46; Sarfaraz Khan 1-11) beat Eagle Thane Strikers 184/5 (Aditya Tare 71, Kaushik Chikhalikar 56, A Attarwala 3-37)Tuesday: SoBo Supersonics 188/5 in 20 ov (P Khanapurkar 96, M Nigade 33) bt ARCS Andheri 140/9 in 20 ov (S Shaikh 30, P Jaiswal 25; B Alam 2/42, R Raje 2/8)


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