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CRICKET LGS - T10 25 Aug, 2023

T10: Laughlin Guides California Knights to Win Against New Jersey Triton's
Sports Bulletin ReportLauderhill, Florida (USA): The California Knights confirmed a top-two finish on the US Masters T10 League points table after defeating New Jersey Triton's by 24 runs in a rain-affected match at the Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, Lauderhill, Florida on Friday. The California Knights posted 76/1 in their five overs before restricting the New Jersey Triton's to 52/3. The New Jersey Triton's have been eliminated from the competition.Pawan Suyal dismissed Yusuf Pathan for just 4 runs in the first over, however, Chris Barnwell got the New Jersey side's innings going with a couple of boundaries. Barnwell continued to find the boundaries for his side and took his team's score to 45/1 in 4 overs. However, Ben Laughlin picked up two wickets in the last over and sealed the deal for the California Knights.Earlier in the day, New Jersey Triton's won the toss and put the California Knights into bat. Ashley Nurse and Aaron Finch got the team off to a flying start through 21 runs off the first over. However, Finch fell to Liam Plunkett in the next over. Thereafter, Irfan Pathan and Ashley Nurse strung a blistering partnership of 45 runs to help their side post 76/1 in their 5 overs. Pathan remained unbeaten on 31 runs off 13 balls, meanwhile, Nurse was not out on 24 runs from 10 balls.Brief Scores: California Knights 76/1 (Irfan Pathan 31*, Ashley Nurse 24*, Liam Plunkett 1/10) beat New Jersey Triton's 52/3 (Chris Barnwell 29, Jesse Ryder 14, Ben Laughlin 2/7) by 24 runs.

CRICKET LGS - T10 16 Aug, 2023

US Masters T10: Atlanta Fire to face Texas Chargers in opening match
Sports Bulletin ReportLauderhill (Florida): The US Masters T10 League will kick off with Atlanta Fire taking on Texas Chargers in the opening match of the inaugural edition of the tournament at the Broward County Stadium in Lauderhill, Florida on Friday, 18 August 2023. According to an official, A total of six teams - Atlanta Fire, California Knights, Morrisville Unity, New Jersey Tritons, New York Warriors, and Texas Chargers will fight for the title, as all set to mesmerize cricket fans in the United States of America in the power-packed ten-day competition from 18 August 2023 to 27 August 2023. The competition will consist of 21 round-robin games ahead of the Playoffs and the Final. A celebrity game will also be held on the day of the Finale. All 25 matches will be played at the Broward County Stadium in Lauderhill, Florida.

CRICKET LGS - T10 30 Jul, 2023

Zim-Afro T10: Durban Qalandars clinch inaugural edition title
Sports Bulletin ReportHarare (Zimbabwe): The Durban Qalandars buoyed by the power-hitting of the Afghanistan batter Hazratullah Zazai clinched the title in the inaugural edition of the Zim Afro T10, by defeating the Joburg Buffaloes in the Final, in front of a packed house at the Harare Sports Club. On what was a historic night, wherein the first ever T10 tournament in Zimbabwe came to a close after some spectacular cricket, Zazai smashed a match-winning 43 not out from 22 deliveries to help deliver the title. The Qalandars won by 8 wickets and 4 balls to spare. Asked to bat first, the Joburg Buffaloes came out of the gates very quickly, with the duo of Mohammad Hafeez and Tom Banton looking to score fast, and entertain the packed house. The openers were hitting it cleanly against the new ball, and raced away to a 50-run partnership, getting to the mark in just over three overs. But before the fourth over was completed Hafeez was cleaned up by George Linde for 32, and shortly after Will Smeed (5) was headed back to the hut. A few lusty hits later Banton lost his wicket for 36, with the score at 77/3 in the 7th over.With the score on 102/4 early in the 9th over, Bopara (22*) took charge in the final over and finished the innings off with a massive six, to make it a 17-run over, propelling the score up to 127/4. The Qalandars started off their chase in a bright manner, with the New Zealand batter Tim Seifert firing away from the get go, and scored 30 from 13 deliveries, before he was caught in the deep. Hazratullah Zazai was then joined by Andre Fletcher with the score at 34/1 after 3 overs. From then on in, Zazai took charge of proceedings along with Fletcher, and they put on a 43-run stand. Both were scoring freely, even as the bowlers tried their best to keep the pressure on the batters. However, Usman Shinwari struck again, removing Fletcher, who got 29 from 11 balls in the 7th over. After that, Zazai was joined by Asif Ali, and both batters wasted no time in going through the gears, much to the joy of the fans present. Zazai and Ali were putting on quite the show, clearing the fence with ease and regularity, taking the equation down to 7 runs off the last over. Ali (21*) was dropped off the first ball in the final over, and then Zazai went on to finish off the chase with a boundary straight back over the bowlers’ head. The Qalandars won by 8 wickets and 4 balls to spare. Brief ScoresJoburg Buffaloes – 127/4 – (Tom Banton 36, Mohammad Hafeez – 32; George Linde – 1/22, Brad Evans – 1/24)Durban Qalandars – 129/2 (Hazratullah Zaza – 43*, Tim Seifert – 30; Usman Shinwari – 2/15)  

CRICKET LGS - T10 28 Jul, 2023

Zim-Afro T10: Yusuf Pathan Knock Powers Joburg Buffaloes in final
Sports Bulletin Report Harare, 28th July, 2023: Yusuf Pathan rolled back the years and how, as he produced plenty of big hits and entertainment at the Harare Sports Club, to help the Joburg Buffaloes storm into the finals of the Zim Cyber City Zim Afro T10, after defeating the Durban Qalandars by 6 wickets in Qualifier 1. Yusuf scored an unbeaten 80 from 26 deliveries as the Buffaloes chased down a record total, here on Friday. Put into bat first, the Durban Qalandars, who had finished top of the table in the league stage, had a slow start, losing the in-form Tim Seifert for 11 in the third over, with the score on 16. That though would kick start a fantastic as Mirza Tahir Baig and Andre Fletcher went through the gears against the Joburg Buffaloes’ bowling. While it was Fletcher, who was finding the boundaries with more regularity, Baig ensured he kept the scoreboard moving at his end. The duo put on a 49-run stand for the second wicket in quick time before Baig was dismissed in the 6th over for 20 by Victor Nyauchi. A short while later, George Linde departed for 1, and that was followed by the big scalp of Fletcher for 39 off 14 deliveries. That brought the due of Asif Ali and Nick Welch to the middle in the death overs, and they piled on the runs at good pace. Both hammered a six each and smashed 8 boundaries between themselves, as the Qalandars’ total soared over the 100-run mark, to stop at 140/4 in their 10 overs. At that point, it was the highest total in an innings during the course of the tournament. In response, the Joburg Buffaloes did not quite have the start they needed. Mohammad Hafeez and Tom Banton, both big hitters were looking to tee off from the get-go, as required, but the Qalandars’ bowlers had other ideas. They tied up the batters with some fantastic bowling, which led to Hafeez (17) becoming the first wicket for the Qalandars. Soon after, Banton (4) was cleaned up Tayyab Abbas, who would also go on to dismiss the dangerous Will Smeed (16) a little later in the fifth over. At that time the score read 56/3, with the Qalandars well and truly in the ascendency. Ravi Bopara could only add 1 to the cause before Tendai Chatara had his number, after which Yusuf Pathan and Mushfiqur Rahim came together, with quite the task on hand. After the duo absorbed the pressure, Yusuf broke free against Mohammad Amir in the 8th over, smashing him for 3 sixes and a boundary, in what was a 25-run over, and took the Buffaloes over the 100-run mark. In the final two overs, the Buffaloes would need 39 to win. Yusuf completed his fifty in the 9th over, and then continued to put the long handle to good use, much to the joy of the fans. In the final over, the Buffaloes needed 20 to win with Yusuf, going great guns. The Indian batter was absolutely rolling back the years with a vintage knock, and continued in his merry ways in the final over, beginning as he smashed two fours and two sixes, finishing off the game with a boundary to help the Buffaloes storm into the final of the Zim Afro T10. Brief Scores: Durban Qalandars – 140/4 (Andre Fletcher – 39, Asif Ali – 32*; Noor Ahmad – 2/9, Blessing Muzarabani – 1/13) lost by 6 wickets against Joburg Buffaloes – 142/4 (Yusuf Pathan – 80*, Mohammad Hafeez – 17; Tayyab Abbas – 2/19, Daryn Dupavillon – 1/17) 

CRICKET LGS - T10 24 Jul, 2023

Afro-Zim T10: Durban Qalandars beat Bulawayo Braves by 25 runs
The win takes the Durban Qalandars to the second spot on the points tableSports Bulletin Report Harare (Zimbabwe): The Durban Qalandars produced a scintillating performance in their game against the Bulawayo Braves on Sunday at the Harare Sports Club, defeating them by a whopping 25 runs. For the Qalandars, Brad Evans picked three wickets while Tim Seifert top scored with 44. Having been put into bat first, the Durban Qalandars made a solid start as Hazratullah Zazai and Tim Seifert found the fence with relative ease, putting plenty of pressure on the Bulawayo Braves’ bowling. The openers raced away to the fifty-run mark, eventually putting on a 60-run partnership. Seifert smashed four boundaries and as many sixes in a 14-ball 44 before being the first wicket to fall. Zazai, who scored 21, was the next to depart. After that, Andre Fletcher was looking dangerous at one end, and took on the bowlers, much to the joy of the fans present. However, his partner Asif Ali could not kick on and was dismissed for 7. With the score on 117 in the 9th over, Fletcher departed for 34, after which Nick Welch (2) and Craig Ervine (12) chipped in with a few quick runs to help the Qalandars post 122/6 in their 10 overs. For the Braves, Tymal Mills bagged a couple of wickets while Sikandar Raza also chipped in with one of his own. After the breather, the Braves had their task cut out, and could not get off to the fast start that was essential in the situation. Ben McDermott was the first to feel the pressure, and was dismissed for 6, after which Ryan Burl (11) and Thisara Perera (0) followed suit, with all the wickets going to Brad Evans. Captain Sikandar Raza was the next to walk out and he started off with great intent, smashing a six and boundary off the first two deliveries he faced. At the other end, Ashton Turner was finding it tough to get going and the Braves were continued to be under pressure with the score at 53/3 after 6 overs. Raza though could not build from there as Tendai Chatara dismissed him for 11 and then picked the wicket of Beau Webster for 6, leaving the Braves reeling at 61/5 after 7 overs. Looking to accelerate, Ashton Turner was the next to depart as he was snapped up by Mohammad Amir for 32, after which Kobe Herft fell for 10, and the Braves fell short by 25 runs. Brief Scores:Durban Qalandars – 122/6 (Tim Seifert – 44, Andre Fletcher – 34, Tymal Mills – 2/24, Sikandar Raza – 1/18) won by 25 runs against Bulawayo Braves – 97/7 (Ashton Turner 32, Sikandar Raza – 11, Brad Evans – 3/20, Tendai Chatara – 2/19) 

CRICKET LGS - T10 21 Jul, 2023

Zim Afro T10: Sikandar guides Bulawayo Braves to post win against HH
Sports Bulletin ReportHarare (Zimbabwe): On the opening day of the Zim Cyber City Zim Afro T10, the Bulawayo Braves kicked off their campaign in grand style at the Harare Sports Club, defeating the Harare Hurricanes (HH) by 50 runs. Much to the delight of the local crowd, the Bulawayo Braves’ captain Sikandar Raza was on fire, playing an explosive hand with the bat and also picking crucial wickets to help seal the win. Batting first, the Bulawayo Braves were off to a good start with Ben McDermott (18) taking the attack to the bowling. However, McDermott and Kobe Herft (5) could not keep the opening stand going and departed within the first three overs, which saw the local hero Sikandar Raza take centre stage. While Raza held forte at one end, the Harare Hurricanes’ Tinotenda Maposa was causing havoc with the ball at the other end. He dismissed Ashton Turner (5) and Ryan Burl (0) before Brandon Mavuta also got into the act, packing off the likes of Thisara Perera (4), Timycen Maruma (12) and Faraz Akram (0) in quick succession. The Bulawayo Braves had been reduced to 78/7 in seven overs, with Raza soldiering on at one end. The Zimbabwean star was in fine form but did not have enough support from the rest of the batters. Bangladesh’s Taskin Ahmed (4) fell soon after as well, having put on a 26-run stand with Raza. While skipper Raza was dealing in boundaries at his end, Tymal Mills (0) could not hang in and was cleaned up by Nandre Burger in the 9th over. Raza, who smashed five sixes and four boundaries, helped propel the Braves to 128/9 in 10 overs, finishing with an unbeaten 62 on his own. In response, the Harare Hurricanes, had a slow start, losing the experienced Indian batter Robin Uthappa for a duck as Taskin Ahmed struck in the first over. In the next over Donovan Ferreira (2) was castled by Tymal Mills, while former England captain Eoin Morgan was doing his best to steady the ship. With the Braves keeping things very tight, Morgan (7) tried to break the shackles but cut it straight into the hands of the third man fielder in the 5th over. At the half-way stage, the Hurricanes, were behind the run-rate with the score at 32/3. Mohammad Nabi was the next to be dismissed for 22, with the score at 33/4 in the 6th over After that Irfan Pathan picked the gaps and helped the team over the 50-run mark in the 7th over, but at the other end Samit Patel (3) was packed off by Patrick Dooley, which put Braves in control of proceedings. In the very next over, Pathan (15) chopped it onto his stumps as Raza got into the act with the ball. Raza struck off the very next delivery as well, trapping Tashinga Musekiwa lbw for a duck and had the Hurricanes in trouble. Luke Jongwe looked to finish off the innings with a couple of big hits, but fell in the final over for 20, as the Hurricanes lost on the day. Brief Scores: Bulawayo Braves – 128/9 (Sikandar Raza 62*, Ben McDermott 18; Brandon Mavuta – 3/25, Nandre Burger – 2/26) defeated the Harare Hurricanes – 79/9 (Mohammad Nabi – 22, Luke Jongwe – 20, Sikandar Raza – 3/12, Taskin Ahmed – 1/7) 

CRICKET LGS - T10 17 Jul, 2023

Mohammad Kamran Awan brings an excitement of Pakistani cricket to USA
Sports Bulletin Report New York (USA): Mohammad Kamran Awan, a Pakistani entrepreneur, is making his homeland proud through his incredible efforts in organizing a cricket league in the United States. With a star-studded lineup featuring renowned players like Shahid Afridi, Misbah Ul Haq, Kamran Akmal, Jerome Taylor, Sohail Khan, Abdur Rehman and Umaid Awan has successfully brought the excitement of Pakistani cricket to American shores.Arranging this cricket league has undoubtedly been an arduous task for Awan. However, with Misbah Ul Haq leading the way and the guidance of coach Ejaz Ahmed, they have formed a strong foundation. Awan and his team have meticulously discussed various strategies to ensure they are well-prepared for the league. They have focused on building a formidable team that covers all aspects of the game.The selection of top-notch players has provided a solid foundation for the team, with strong batting options from the top order down to number four. However, Awan acknowledges that the bowling lineup remains an area that needs further attention.Mohammad Kamran Awan's efforts not only promote cricket but also foster cultural exchange and provide an opportunity for talented Pakistani cricketers to showcase their skills on the international stage. Through his vision and determination, he is carving a path for Pakistan's cricketing success in the United States. 

CRICKET LGS - T10 17 Jul, 2023

US Masters T10: New York Warriors Acquired by Indian-Origin Entrepreneurs
Both Preet Kamal and Gurmeet Singh are eager to see their team in action in T10 LeagueSports Bulletin ReportNew York (USA): Cricket’s fastest format, the T10, is scaling new heights every day and one of the next destinations is the USA, where some of the most loved legends of the game will battle it out for top honours. The inaugural edition of the US Masters T10 League, the first edition of the T10 for former cricketers, will take place between August 17 and August 27, 2023.Among the teams in the US Masters T10 are the New York Warriors, who are co-owned by the very successful Indian-origin entrepreneurs, Preet Kamal and Gurmeet Singh. They have been living in USA for more than two decades and are extremely passionate about sports, especially cricket. The duo have always keenly followed the sport of cricket and are now making their first foray, as team owners. With their investment and passion helping drive the project, they hope to grow the game of cricket in USA, which has already seen plenty of success stories. Ahead of the US Masters T10, The New York Warriors put together a fantastic squad, boasting of some of the most impactful players in the game. Champion cricketers such as Shahid Afridi, Misbah-ul-Haq, Murali Vijay and Munaf Patel are all part of the squad and will aim to entertain the sport-loving crowds of USA. Along with the New York Warriors, there are five more teams involved in the tournament - Atlanta Fire, California Knights, Morrisville Unity, New Jersey Legends, and Texas Chargers. Shahid KhanAfridi said:“The US Masters T10 is a fantastic initiative and I am extremely happy to be a part of this tournament with the New York Warriors. Our squad is well balanced and quite strong, and our management has given us the freedom to work the way we need to. We will put our best foot forward and hope to come away as champions.” Misbah-ul-Haq said:“The US Masters T10 is a superb way of taking cricket to USA in a bigger way. The fans here are very passionate, and I can’t wait for the tournament to get started in August. It will be nothing short of a carnival of cricket and I would like to invite everyone to come and enjoy it. Our team owners are really passionate about the sport and that is seen in the way they have built this franchise and given us a lot of freedom. We hope to be able to put on a great show for everyone.”Preet Kamal, Co-Owner, New York Warriors said:“We are delighted to be part of the US Masters T10. Cricket is a sport we have followed passionately over the years and we want USA to become one of the biggest destinations for the sport. We would love to see the sport grow by leaps and bounds in the USA, but before that we want to go out and win the hearts of the fans and of course the tournament.”Gurmeet Singh, Co-Owner, New York Warriors said:“In the USA there are a lot of fans of cricket, and we want to bring the best players closer to them, so that they have a great time and enjoy an explosive format like the T10. The New York Warriors are here to not just entertain but win the US Masters T10.”Squad: Shahid Afridi, Misbah Ul Haq, Johan Botha, Kamran Akmal, T M Dilshan, Jonathan Carter, Umaid Asif, Sohail Khan, Murali Vijay, Jerome Taylor, William Perkins, Abdur Rehman, Munaf Patel, Cody Chetty, Chamara Kapugedera, Dhammika Prasad 

CRICKET LGS - T10 12 Jul, 2023

Indian stars Gautam Gambhir & Yuvraj Singh to play US Masters T10
Sports Bulletin ReportRaleigh, North Carolina (USA): Indian trio, Gautam Gambhir, Yuvraj Singh and Yusuf Pathan, who were the part of   2011 World Cup-winning India team, will represent New Jersey Legends in the US Masters T10 League, which will be rolled into action on August 18 this year 2023.The T Ten Global Sports conducted the US Masters T10 League Player Draft in Raleigh, North Carolina on Saturday. The Player Draft witnessed all six teams - Atlanta Fire, California Knights, Morrisville Unity, New Jersey Legends, New York Warriors and Texas Chargers - construct explosive line-ups for the tournament, set to be held later this year.The New Jersey Legends will have three 2011 World Cup-winning players Gautam Gambhir, Yuvraj Singh and Yusuf Pathan enthralling the crowd along with Liam Plunkett, Albie Morkel, Naman Ojha, Jesse Ryder, Chris Barnwell, Stuart Binny, RP Singh, Bipul Sharma, Craig Mcmillan, Tim Ambrose, Rajesh Bishnoi, Abhimanyu Mithun and Monty Panesar.Swashbuckling batters Robin Uthappa and David Hussey will lead the charge for Atlanta Fire along with Lendl Simmons, Muhammad Irfan, Dwayne Smith, Farhad Raza, Hammad Azam, Chaturanga De Silva, Elias Sunny, Nasir Hossain, Kamrul Islam, Junaid Siddique, Grant Elliot, Amila Aponso, Hamilton Masakada and S Sreesanth.Former Indian international stars Suresh Raina, Irfan Pathan and Mohammad Kaif will take centre stage for California Knights along with Aaron Finch, Peter Siddle, Jacques Kallis, Ricardo Powell, Denesh Ramdin, Ben Laughlin, Ashley Nurse, Rusty Theron, Anureet Singh, Pawan Suyal, Devendra Bishoo, Jesal Karia and Sudeep Tyagi.The Morrisville Unity will receive the services of the hard-hitting Chris Gayle and Indian legend Harbhajan Singh alongside Kevin O'Brien, Parthiv Patel, Corey Anderson, Rahul Sharma, Calvin Savage, Parvinder Awana, Andries Gous, Najaf Shah, Angelo Perera, Dane Piedt, Vikas Tokas, Dilshan Munaweera, Nuwan Kulasekara and Makhaya Ntini.Former Pakistan stars Shahid Afridi and Misbah-ul-Haq will lead the charge for New York Warriors with Johan Botha, Kamran Akmal, TM Dilshan, Jonathan Carter, Umaid Asif, Sohail Khan, Murali Vijay, Jerome Taylor, William Perkins, Abdur Rehman, Munaf Patel, Cody Chetty, Chamara Kapugedera and Dhammika Prasad.Meanwhile, the Texas Chargers have brought together Ben Dunk, Mohammed Hafeez, Ross Taylor, Isuru Udana, Thissara Perera, Neil Broom, Fidel Edwards, Umar Gul, Upul Tharanga, Praghyan Ojha, Jeevan Mendis, Siddharth Trivedi, Phil Mustard, Noor Ali Zadran, Praveen Kumar and Paul Adams for the inaugural edition of the US Masters T10 League.Speaking about the US Masters T10 League Player Draft, Shaji-Ul- Mulk, Chairman, T Ten Sports Management said, "It's fantastic to see that all six teams have constructed well-balanced sides for the first season of the US Masters T10 League. With several former international stars in all line-ups, the competition will certainly be a treat to watch for all cricket fans around the world."Ritesh Patel, CEO of SAMP Group and one of the main organisers of the American edition & League partner - said, “We have taken our first big step towards organizing the US Masters T10 League. The tournament is surely going to be a cracker with so many former international superstars in each of the teams. We are eagerly looking forward to many closely contested matches in the competition.”The first season of the US Masters T10 League will be held from the 18th to the 27th of August 2023.

CRICKET LGS - T10 23 Jun, 2023

Lahore Qalandars, Zimbabwe, T10 Global Sports join hands to hunt talent
Sports Bulletin ReportHarare (Zimbabwe):-Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has announced that in collaboration with T10 Global Sports, and Lahore Qalandars to join hands to discover and to discover emerging talent, as the trials will provide a unique platform for aspiring cricketers in Zimbabwe to showcase their skills and compete for a chance to feature in inaugural Zim Afro T10 league.The tournament will see five privately owned teams in the mix, namely, Harare Hurricanes, Durban Qalandars, Cape Town Samp Army, Bulawayo Braves and the Joburg Lions. The Zim Afro T10 will get underway on 20 July, with a grand final scheduled for 29 July, with all the games being played in Harare. The players’ draft is slated to take place on the 2nd of July at a grand ceremony in Harare.T10 Global Sports, will be working closely with Zimbabwe Cricket and Lahore Qalandars to ensure the smooth execution of the trials and provide comprehensive support to the selected players throughout their journey.Sameen Rana, Chief Operating Officer Lahore Qalandars said:"We are delighted to join hands with T10 Global Sports and Zimbabwe Cricket in our quest to unearth exceptional cricketing talent. Lahore Qalandars has always been committed to nurturing young players and providing them with the opportunities they need to succeed. We believe this collaboration will pave a clear pathway for the aspiring cricketers of Zimbabwe to represent their country at the highest level as our PDP brought Shaheen Afridi, Fakhar Zaman, Haris Rauf and Zaman Khan made their way into the Pakistan Cricket Team.“Our journey to unearth the talented cricketers of Pakistan started eight years ago and now is the time to launch its second phase in Zimbabwe. Lahore Qalandars is committed to continue its hunt to provide new talent to the world of sports.”