Page 3 Panthers and NM Page 3 Warriors reach final in ECube Premier Cricket League, Season 5
The Champion will walk away with prize money of Rs 1 lakh
Hyderabad: The four day Season 5 of Sanaa ECube Premier Cricket League reached an interesting phase.
In Semi-Finals held today Page 3 Panthers and NM Page 3 Warriors defeated their rivals to reach the final. The finals will be played tomorrow at Vijaya Anand Cricket Ground at Shivarampally
On the day three NM Page 3 Warriors registered a comfortable victory over Flying Horse Champions by 29 runs. NM Page 3 Warriors who batted first put up a target of 155 for 3 in 15 overs. In reply, Flying Horse Champions lost all wickets for 14.3 overs and could put up only 126 runs. Naresh of NM Page 3 Warriors declared Player of the Match for scoring a massive 87 runs in 41 balls. He registered a striking rate of 212.20.
In other Semi-finals fought between Page 3 Panthers and Rocky Rizers 11, the former emerged victorious. Pager 3 Panthers won by a huge margin of 50 runs. They put up a massive score of 151 for 4 in 15 overs. In response, Rocky Rizers could only make 101 for the loss of 10 wickets in 14 overs. Page 3 Panthers' Captain Annam Sai has put up massive 91 runs in 41 balls clocking 212.95 striking rate. And has walked away with the player of the match award
The finals will be played between age 3 Panthers and NM Page 3 Warriors tomorrow morning
Sanaa ECube Premier Cricket League which is season 5 was initiated by TCEI, Telangana Chamber of Events Industry. It is the event industry's biggest premier cricket league. All the players who competed through six teams such as Page 3 Panthers, Deccan Strikers, Rocky Rizers11, NM Page 3 Warriors, Alankrita Night Riders, Flying Horse Champions are event industry professionals
The Champion will walk away with prize money of Rs 1 lakh, according to Neeraj Thakur, General Secretary of TCEI
Scores Semi Finals
NM Page 3 Warriors vs Flying Horse Champions: 155/3(15 overs) vs 126/10 (14.3 overs)
Page 3 Panthers vs Rocky Rizers 11: 151/4(15 overs) vs 101/9(13.4 overs)