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Charanjeet makes RPL history, powers RAK Hospital to victory

Charanjeet makes RPL history,  powers RAK Hospital to victory

Action from a match between Pakistan Consulate and General Civil Aviation Authority.

Charanjeet Singh created history after claiming the first five-wicket haul of the Rashid Alleem Premier League (RPL) as RAK Hospital thumped Yousuf Khan Electromechanical by 10 wickets at the Skyline Ground 1 on Sunday.

Yousuf Khan Electromechanical were bundled out for 71 in 11.4 overs. Charanjeet was wrecker-in-chief as he took five wickets from his spell of four over while giving away 22 runs. Manu Jose bagged three.

Gulbar (26) and Zafar (11) were top scorers for Yousuf Khan Electromechanical.

In reply, RAK Hospital reached the target in just nine overs. Abdul Hamed and Franko Libin smashed 50 runs in just six overs. Hamed returned to the dressing room after scoring 21. Later, Charanjeet hit unbeaten 15 to ensure team’s victory.

Pakistan Consulate defeated General Civil Aviation Authority by 24 runs. Pakistan Consulate posted 131 for the loss of nine wickets from the allotted 20 overs and later bowled out General Civil Aviation Authority for 107.

Shehzad Ahmed (21) and Muhammad Sohail were among the runs for Pakistan Consulate.

Riding high on Khalid Ibrahim’s all-round performance, Du thrashed DNJ B by 192 runs.

Ibrahim hit quick-fire 54 off 26 to help Du score massive 244 for the loss of six wickets. Later, he grabbed four wickets as DNJ B were all out for lowly 52.

In another match, Hamriyah Free Zone Authority beat Sharjah Cooperative Society by 49 runs.

Hamriyah Free Zone Authority elected to bat first after winning the toss. They posted 182 and later restricted Sharjah Cooperative Society to 133.

72 teams are taking part in the fifth edition of the Rashid Alleem Premier League.

The event falls in line with the Alleem Research and Development Centre’s vision of spreading positive energy and healthy environment in the society.

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