Waseem’s effort in vain as Killod Village sneak to one wicket win

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Sringara, Aug 7: Despite a dream spell of bowling from Waseem Lefty Killod Village went on to beat Poterwal-XI by one wicket in the match of the Pinjura Cricket League in South Kashmir on August 6.

Batting first Poterwal scored 103 runs in alotted overs.

In reply return Killod Village got off to a good start. They required 32 runs to win in seven overs with eight wickets in hand when Waseem had dream spell of bowling. Waseem went in to take four quick wickets including a hat trick to put Killod inning in trouble. Despite his effort Killod went on to achieve target for the loss of nine wickets. Waseem finished with five wickets, giving away 19 runs in his four over quota.