LAHORE: Mirza Saad Baig scored 100 off 125 balls to guide Sindh to a 76-run win against Southern Punjab in the National U-16 Cricket Championship.Batting first, Sindh backed by Mirza Saad’s ton scored 194 runs for the loss of seven wickets in the allotted 45 overs. Mohammad Abubakar took five wickets for Southern Punjab.Southern Punjab were bowled out for 118 in 36.2 overs in reply, Alamzaib Khan top-scored with 31 runs. Umar Ijaz took thr... (Date:12/10/2019 02:08) Read full article >>

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