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AMCC's dreadful West Riding Sunday Council season continues
Kashmir laid down a decent total of 181 against Euro Windows in the West Riding Sunday Council, Mohammed Zahid top-scoring with 51.
Replying, underdogs Windows were 35 runs short of a much-needed victory.
AMCC’s dreadful season continued when they could only muster 51 runs. Azeems had no problem with that, stroking 53 without loss for a very comfortable win.
The rivalry between the two Attock teams in Division One was expected to be more fiery than it turned out.
Attock United were all out for a meagre 67. However, Attock Sweet Centre did lose six wickets in making 70 runs.
The lower division showed a lot more sparkle.
< Skipton Kashmir’s Kier Nelson made 101 of their 144 all out.
Nevertheless, despite having the top individual score, they lost to a struggling Prajapati by a clear four wickets.
Away to Diamond, Mr Fix It DIY’s 150 nearly proved enough as a less than sparkling Diamond lost eight wickets in making 154.
For the first time in two seasons, two teams ended even. Mayfield Royals were all out for 72 and could have expected Indus Ghari, who are on equal top with Diamond, to seal the win - but they could only tie.
Attock Tigers were to play on Cambing’s ground against Westwood Park but the pitch was uncut, not rolled and scattered with worm turns.
Westwood Park declined to play on a potentially dangerous ground and conceded the game