Railway on top of KZNCU log

2016-10-13 06:00

KZN Cricket Union Castle Challenge T20 Competition

Railways vs Chatsworth United

Railways scored 176/8 with David Jonathan W Ellis scoring 51 and Dawood Mather scoring 44.

Chatsworth United were bowled out for 71. Pick of the bowlers was Junaid Hoosen with the figures of 4-1-15-3.

Railways won by 105 runs

Newslands E/K vs Railways

Newlands E/K scored 127/7. Arshad Mahmood scored 39 and Wasim Akram Suleman 49.

Pick of the bowlers was Mohammad Yousuf Godil with the figures of 4-1-11-3.

Railways scored 128/6.

Railways won by 4 wickets.

Umbilo Harlequins vs Railways

Umbilo Harlequins were bowled out for 58 and Railways scored 59/1.

Railways won by 9 wickets.

The Castle Challenge T20 A League points
Railways - 12 points
Tongaat - 8 points
Newlands E/K - 8 points
Chatsworth United - 2 points
Umbilo Harlequins - 2 points

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