KUTCHI TIGERS CC 107/10 Nanji Pindoria 22 off 44 balls, Dinesh Nakrani 20 off 22 balls in 30 overs beat CHALLENGERS CC 74/10 Arthur Kyobe 13 off 12 balls in 16.5 overs by 33 runs
Man of Match; Rakesh Kahar Batting: 13off 22, Bowling 3/10 in 5 overs (From Kutchi Tigers CC)
Kutchi Tigers lost to Aziz Damani by eight runs in a low scoring encounter and their batting again failed to click against Challengers who bowled them out for 107 runs inside 30 overs.
David Wabwire bowled an aggressive spell for Challengers driving fear throughout the Kutchi Tigers batting line up picking up the prized scalp of Dinesh Nakrani with a a beautiful bumper. His hostile spell was well backed up by Nasser Ahmed and Amir Hamza (4/29) to dismiss the Kutchi Tigers for 107 all out.
Arthur Kyobe started the chase for Challengers with purpose scoring 13 runs off the first over bowled by Dinesh Nakrani but Kutchi Tigers were quick to bring on their slow bowlers on a wicket that proved to be more in favour of slow bowling.
The momentum was with Challengers before lunch time with the game poised in their favour at 63/3 Hamu Kayondo and Stephen Wabwose taking charge for Challengers.
However, the lunch break was a disaster for Challengers who crumbled like a pack of cards Kutchi Tigers wrapping up the game in just four overs after the lunch break. The last seven wickets fell for only 17 runs with Kutchi Tigers slow bowlers turning the game in favor of their side as they got some revenge for failing to chase down the low score last weekend.
The win for Kutchi Tigers means they hold on to second place with Challengers in third place for now as they wait on other results.