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2021-09-15

The often-quoted assertion that “Cream always rises to the top” has long since become universally accepted as one of life’s truisms. Its validity was certainly in evidence on Day Two of the three-day, September 13-15, 2021 Canadian National Men’s T20 Championships being played at King City’s Maple Leaf Cricket Club, as no fewer than four of Canada’s established star players were among the day’s outstanding performers. 

Canadian National team “regulars” Rayyan Pathan (72), Ravinderpal Singh (56) Saad Bin Zafar (53) and Rodrigo Thomas (50) all scored highly entertaining half-centuries for their respective teams. There were also similar scores from the slightly less famous Bhupinder Singh (54) and Aaditya Vardarajan (53) on a day that was dominated by some outstanding batting.

As Fire’s captain, Canadian National all-rounder Saad Bin Zafar, got the day’s proceedings off to an entertaining start with a belligerent 35 ball 53 that included 3 fours and 4 sixes. Zafar’s knock piloted his team to 131/5 off its 20 overs in the day’s opening encounter against the Shields. 

Chasing 132 for victory at a required run rate of 6.6 runs per over, his fellow National team all-rounder Rayyan Pathan was even more aggressive at the top of the Shields batting order. Pathan blasted his way to a 73 ball 38, which was punctuated by 7 sixes and 5 fours. His pyrotechnics was the backbone of the Shields’ cruise controlled response of 132/4 in just 16.5 overs and a most comfortable six-wicket win.

Summarized Scores: 

Fire 131/5 (20 Ovrs), Saad Zafar 53, Uvin Bandara 26; Shields 132/4 (16.5 Ovrs) Rayyan Pathan 73.

Shields won by 6 wickets.

Match 2 of the second day, featuring Fury against the Stallions and which was played simultaneously with the first on an adjacent pitch, was yet another low-scoring but highly exciting encounter. Batting first Fury was bundled out for under a hundred, losing all ten of their wickets for just 93 in 18.5 overs of woeful batting. Seven batsmen failed to score while two, Hamza Tariq (39) and Nikhil Dutta (36), accounted for almost 80% of the eventual total. Bowling for the Shields, Junaid Siddiqui 3/20-4, Shahid Ahmadzai 2/14-4 and Rommel Shahzad 2/22-3.5 were the main wicket-takers.

Incredibly Fury’s posted 83/10 proved to be sufficient as the Stallions’ batsmen were, unbelievably, even more woeful in response all ten of their wickets falling for just 88 to lose by 5 runs. That result had hardly seemed possible after the Stallions’ opening pair of Shreyas Movva (24) and Hiral Patel (21) had posted 46 for the first wicket before the latter was dismissed. 

From 46-1 in the ninth over, the remainder of the innings, however, became a procession as the remaining nine wickets fell for just an additional 42 runs. Darshil Patel 4/8-3 and Salman Nazar 3/18-4 were the chief destroyers for the rampant Fury’s bowling attack.

Summarized Scores: 

Fury 93/10 (18.5 Ovrs) Hamza Tariq 39, Nikhil Dutta 36;  Junaid Siddiqui 3/20-4, Shahid Ahmadzai 2/14-4, Rommel Shahzad 2/22-3.5. Stallions 88/10 (19.3 Ovrs) Shreyas Movva 24, Hiral Patel 21; Darshil Patel 4/8-3, Salman Nazar 3/18-4.

Fury won by 5 runs.

Fresh from their exciting and unexpected 5 run victory over the Stallions, Fury continued its winning ways with a far more emphatic 9 wicket win over Fire in the third match of the day. Fire batting first was dismissed for 130 in 19.4 overs. Opening batsman Aaditya Vardarajan scored a 48 ball 53 at the top of the order, while captain Saad Bin Zafar (27) and veteran T20 specialist Rizwan Cheema (24) were both typically aggressive in their respective knocks of 12 and 19 balls. Varun Sehdev 2/17-3, Salman Nazar 2/19 -4 and Nikhil Dutta 2/37-4 all had two-wicket hauls for Fury.

Chasing 131 for victory, at a 6.55 required run rate, Fury reached its target with consummate ease for the loss of just one wicket. Canada’s National opening bat, Rodrigo Thomas, was at his majestic best in compiling a 32 ball 50 that was graced with 7 silky driven fours and one towering six. Thomas was eventually given out, stumped by wicket-keeper Nicholas Manohar off the bowling of Aaditya Vardarajan. Ruvindu Gunasekera (39) and Hamza Tariq (33), however, then combined for an unbeaten 46 six-run second-wicket partnership to see Fury to victory by 9 wickets.

Summarized Scores:

Fire 130/10 (19.4 Ovrs)Aaditya Vardarajan 53. Saad Bin Zafar 27, Rizwan Cheema 24; Varun Sehdev 2/17-3, Salman Nazar 2/19-4, Nikhil Dutta 2/37 -4. 

Fury 136/1. Rodrigo Thomas 50, Ruvindu Gunasekera 39, Hamza Tariq 33.

Fury won by 9 wickets.

The fourth and final match of the Championships’ Day Two, featuring the Shields and the Stallions, was a virtual nail biter. Stallions eventually prevailed by 5 wickets, but with only three balls to spare.

Batting first the Shields reached 131/6 off its 20 overs, largely due to Bhupinder Singh’s 48 ball 54 and Yasir Abbasi’s run-a-ball 46. Junaid Siddiqui 3/30-4 was the Stallions’ main wicket-taker.

In reply, Ravinderpaul Singh’s unbeaten, belligerent, boundary studded 49 ball 64 which included 5 fours and 2 sixes, was sufficient to take the Stallions to 132/5 off 19.3 overs. Victory to the “Horseys” by 5 wickets, albeit with only three balls to spare!

Summarized Scores:

Shields 131/6 (20.0 Ovrs) Bhupinder Singh 54, Yasir Abbasi 46; Junaid Siddiqui 3/30-4,

Stallions 132/5 Ravinderpal Singh 64, Udaybir Singh Walia 23; Arshdeep Dhaliwal 2/28-4.

Stallions won by 5 wickets.

The Championships will conclude on Wednesday, September 15 with four final day matches. Fire vs Stallions and Fury vs Shields both starting at 10.30 am. Fire vs Shields and Fury vs Stallions starting at 2:30 pm

Photo credit - Eddie Norfolk

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2021-08-28

Ontario Gold Claims 2021 U18 Canada Cup Championship Honors With Massive Final Round Victory Over BC!

The Friday August 27, 2021 U18 Canada Cup final round clash between the tournament’s two until then unbeaten teams, British Columbia (BC) and Ontario Gold, was anticipated to be a close, exciting contest. It turned out to be a no-contest of epic proportions as Ontario Gold stunned BC with a massive 125 run victory. Set a mere 149 for victory in 50 overs, BC crumbled to 23 all out in 15.4 overs.

The result in the final day’s other match was anywhere nearly that massive a margin. The CC Development Team batting first posted an admirable 236/9 in the 40 overs allowed, after the start of the match had been delayed and the overs reduced due to the wicket having been wet by overnight and early morning rains. In reply the Combined Prairies could only muster 89 before being bowled out in 23.1 overs.

The aforementioned overnight and early morning rains, had caused the grounds to be switched and the start of play delayed in the much anticipated BC –Ontario Gold by an hour and ten minutes. Once play was started BC got off to a most advantageous start, capturing the first Ontario Gold wicket, Jash Shah (2) with the score on 9 and eight more by the time it had reached 99. 

At 99/9 off 24.4 overs, Ontario Gold were in serious trouble and BC seemingly in total command. Kairav Sharma’s unbeaten 35 ball 38, which included 5 fours and 1 six, however guided the Ontario Gold lower order to add a further 49 runs for the last wickets, before the innings was ended in the 34th over with the score on 148/10 (33.1).

Set a mere 149 to win with the full 50 overs available, and at a run rate of 3.0 runs per over, BC suffered an implosion of monumental proportions to the rampant Ontario Gold bowlers, Sheel Patel and Kairav Sharma. Patel’s first victim was the opener Jordan Matthews, lbw for 2 off the second ball of his third over. He went on to claim five more victims in as many overs. Patel finished with the incredible figures of 6 wickets for 8 runs in 8 overs, which included 2 maidens.

Patel was ably supported by Kairav Sharma who captured 4 wickets for 10 runs off of his 3.4 completed overs. Together they completely demolished the BC innings for just 23 all out in 15.4 overs, to give their Ontario Gold team a comprehensive Championship Title win.

While Ontario Gold was busy running roughshod over BC, the Cricket Canada Development Team was enjoy similar advantages over the Combined Prairies, albeit in a somewhat different manner. Batting first CC Development posted 236/9 (40) on the back of Ashir Zamir’s 52 ball 57. He was very well supported by Abisarujan Arulth 36 (24), Abhinav Dixit 34 (17) and Varun Bassi 33 (44).  

Bowling for the Combined Prairies Pawan Parekh captured 3-27/8. There were also two wicket hauls for Aditya Odedara 2-24/8 and Gurshaan 2-40/6.

Chasing 237 for victory, at a very challenging run rate of 5.92, Combined Prairies lost their opener Virjot Singh (0) off the very first ball of the innings. From 1-0 they recovered partially to 33-2, thanks to a partnership between Mejraj Chahal 36 (48) and Aditya Obedara 5 (23). Three runs later Hermant Saini fell, bowled by Finley Dixon for 3. 

From 36-3 they progressed to 66 before losing their fourth wicket, that of Dave Jairath for 1o. The last 6 wickets then fell for the addition of only 23 runs as the innings folded for 89 all out in 23.1 overs, to leave the CC Development Team victorious by 147 runs.

At the conclusion of the CC Development, Combined Prairies match there was a presentation ceremony of medals and trophies to the outstanding players, as well as the umpires and scorers. BC’s Dilpreet Sing Bajwa was named as the Tournament’s Most Valuable Player. Bajwa scored 213 runs from 4 innings at an average of 71.00, He also captured 18 wickets at an average of 5.17 and a 2.33 economy rate during the Tournament.

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2021-08-27

BC, Ontario Gold Remain Undefeated As 2021 U19 Canada Cup Continues!

British Columbia (BC) and Ontario Gold both maintained their winning ways during the Wednesday, August 25, Day 3 action at the 2021 U18 Canada Cup being played at King City’s Maple Leaf Cricket Club. BC had a bit of a struggle losing seven wickets in pursuit of the 166 they had been set for victory by their Cricket Canada Development Team opponents. Ontario Gold in contrast, were much less challenged posting 252/10 after taking first strike then easily dismissing their fellow Ontario Reds for 131, to win by 121 runs.

Taking first strike Ontario Gold lost three early wickets for 26 and two more by the time they had reached 74. Mihir Patel (71) and Rhamanvir Dhaliwal (67) however, combined in a stand of 89 for the 6th wicket to help the Golds recover. Kairav Sharma, batting at number 9, struck a breezy 26, as the Gold team ended on 252 all out after 48.5 overs. 

Chaing 252 for victory, Ontario Reds soon lost Siddh Lad, lbw to Mihir Patel for just 3, which was the start of a disappointing day for almost all the Reds top order batters. Yash Mondkar, at 3, made 30 before being caught off the bowling of Kairav Sharma who ended with figures of 2-31/10 overs. 

Ethan Bhatia (27), Aditya Manjrekar (24) and Omar Nooristani all had useful starts, but failed to carry on. Mihir Patel’s namesake Sheel was the Gold’s most successful bowler with figures of 3-18/9 as the Reds were eventually bowled out for 131, falling well short of the 252 they had been set for victory by 121 runs!

While Ontario Gold was cruising to victory, BC by contrast was having a much greater challenge against their upstart Cricket Canada Development Team opponents. Batting first the Development Team posted 165 all out off of 37.5 overs. Skipper Varun Bassi (27), Abhinav Dixit (25), Ashir Zamir (23) and Aditya Pandya all made useful contributions to the Development Team’s eventual total. Bowling for BC, Dilpreet Singh Bajwa’s off-spinners were again virtually unplayable. Bajwa took 6-20 off of 9.5 overs. His second successive six-wicket haul in as many matches. 

Chasing 166 for victory, British Columbia lost wickets fairly regularly even with victory seemingly close at hand. Opening bat Jordan Matthews made 42 before he was bowled by Varun Bassi with the score on 103/3. Matthews had featured in a 58 run 3rd wicket stand with the innings top-scorer Gurnek whose 71 was made off of just 64 balls and included 10 fours. Gurnek fell with the score on 150 and there were further losses at 161 and 162, before the required 166 was finally reached in the 44th over. 166 for 7 (43.3 overs) resulting in a three wicket win for the still undefeated BC.

Today’s (Thursday 26 August 2021) matches will feature Ontario Reds (Won 1, Lost 2) against the  Cricket Canada Development (Won 0, Lost 2), while the still unbeaten British Columbia (Won 2, Lost 0) will play the Prairies Combined (Won 0, Lost 2). Both matches are scheduled to start at 10.30am and are being live-streamed on Cricket Canada Facebook.

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2020-02-18

Cricket Canada has announced the names of a strong fourteen member Men’s Senior Team Squad to participate in the 2020 International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup Challenge League A. The Tournament, which will be a part of the qualification process for the 2023 ICC Word Cup, will be held in Malaysia from March 14 – 27, 2020. Canada will play fifty 0vers matches against ICC Division A country teams representing Denmark, Qatar, Singapore, Vanuatu and hosts Malaysia during the Tournament.

Canada’s 14 member ICC 2020 Challenge Cup Squad will be captained by its experienced opening batsman Navneet Dhaliwal (pictured). In 30 List A (fifty-overs) matches played to date in Canadian colours, Dhaliwal has scored 1027 runs at an impressive 39.50 average, with two centuries and five half centuries. Nitish Kumar, Abrash Khan, Ravinderpal Singh, Harsh Thaker, Varun Sehdev and Srimantha Wijeyeratne, will provide batting support to Dhaliwal. 

Canada’s bowling attack will be centred around the front line spin of experienced campaigners Saad Bin Zafar, Nikhil Dutta, Salman Nazar and Shahid Ahmedzai. They will be ably supported by the part-time spin offerings of Nitish Kumar and Dhaliwal himself. Romesh Eranga and Faizal Jamkhandi are the only two seamers included in the squad, the wicket-keeping duties for which will be shared by Srimantha Wijeyeratne and Armaan Kapoor.

Experienced South African Amarinder Bhinder will be the Head Coach for the Canadian Squad, which will be managed by Carlos Ragoonath. Surendra Seeraj (Assistant Coach), Daulat Khan (Asst Coach/Analyst) and Tejash Patel (Physio) will be the other members of the Canadian Squad’s management team.

The full squad (in alphabetical order) with their respective roles is as follows:

Navneet Dhaliwal (RHB) (Capt), Shahid Ahmedzai (SLA), Nikhil Dutta (ROS), Romesh Eranga (LMF), Faizal Jamkhandi (RMF), Armaan Kapoor (WK/BAT), Abraash Khan (RHB), Nitish Kumar (RHB), Salman Nazar (SLA), Varun Sehdev (RHB), Ravinderpal Singh (RHB), Harsh Thaker (RHB), Srimantha Wijeyeratne(WK/BAT) and Saad Zafar (LHB).

Amarinder Bhinder (Head Coach), Carlos Ragoonath (Manager), Surendra Seeraj (Asst Coach), Daulat Khan (Asst Coach/Analyst), Tejash Patel (Physio)









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2019-07-17

Scorecards from Day 2. Teams were re-arranged to provide alternate opportunities for selectors to evaluate players for two games. 

July 16 National T20, King City







Team 1 v   Team 2








Toss: Team 2








Result:  Tied








Team 2   innings 








Rodrigo Thomasc Hamza Tariqb Duuta41385




Rayan Pathanc Heyligerb Dutta331732



*Nitish Kumarc Heyligerb  Ghani1011





Harsh Thakerst Hamza Tariqb  Ghani84
1



Ravinderpaul Singhlbwb Ghani11121




#NAME?c Moonesarb Ghani35





Saad Bin Zafarnot out
40
23



Mark Montfortc Harmandeep Singhb Heyliger 6






Varun Sehdevnot out
55





Extras4w, 4b
8






Total7 wickets, 20 overs157






DNB:   Satsimranjit Dhindsa, Junaid Siddiqui, Sana Kaleem, Sukhdeep Brar




FoW808295100113141



Bowling:OversMaidensRunsWicketswnb



Eranga403401




Pervez30220





Heyliger40441





Dutta302421




Umer Ghani402742




Moonesar20100
















Team 1   innings








Abraash Khanc Robin Singhb Dhindsa1192




Rizwan Cheemac Robin Singh b  Brarb  Brar352232



Ruvindu Gunasekeralbwb Kaleem04





Jatinder Matharuc Robin Singhb Brar671




Raheem Gilanic Ravinderpaul Singhb Brar16
2




?st Robin Singhb Junaid Siddiqui191512



*+Hamza Tariqc Junaid Siddiquib Saad Bin Zafar731




Nikhil Duttanot out
362132



Dillon Heyligerc Brarb Dhindsa1232




Umer Ghaninot out
67





Extrasw 7, nb 2
9






Total8 wickets, 20 overs157






FoW14374554849798121

Bowling:OversMaidensRunsWicketswnb



Kaleem301312




Dhindsa40532





Brar402432




Saad Bin Zafar40231





Junaid Siddiqui30111





Monfort20330






































July 16   National T20, King City







Navy v Green








Toss: Navy









Result:  Green won by 9 wickets


















Navy   innings 








Ruvindu Gunasekera c Talwar b Kumar 811





*Navneet Dhaliwal c Pranavb Gill1213





Arslan Khan c Pranavb Saad Bin Zafar1718





Raheem   Gilanib Brar3948





Bhavindhu Adhihettyc Gill b Kumar36





Suliman Khanc Pranavb Saad Bin Zafar89





Gurinder Thandist Mowabb Manoosingh13





Simranjit Singhst Mowabb Saad Bin Zafar66





Preet   Jagnanpreet not out25





Yax Patelnot out
22





Extras4w, 2lb
6






Total8 wickets, 20 overs104






DNB: Faizal   Jamkhandi








FoW17285258677077102

Bowling:OversMaidensRunsWicketswnb



Sidhu302201




Brar30211





Kumar3082





Gill202011




Saad Bin Zafar40103





Talwar3190





Manoosingh20121
















Green   innings








Rizwan Cheemarun out
2812





Umar Farooknot out
28






Nitish Kumar not out
39






Extrasw 13
13






Total1 wickets, 13.1 overs108






DNB: Pranav   Sharma, Akash Gill, Trevor Manosingh, Saad Bin Zafar, Sukhdeep Brar, Shreyas   Mowab, Manjeet Sidhu, Daksh Talwar
FoW35








Bowling:OversMaidensRunsWicketswnb



Singh20110





Suliman Khan10220





Patel2080





Dhaliwal1060





Jaganpreet20220





Gunasekera1080





Jamkhandi202003




Thandi1.10110






































July 16   National T20, King City







Team 3 v   Team 4








Toss: Team 3








Result:  Team 3 won by 39 runs


















Team 3   innings 








Upkar Singh   Pandher  b Asad Khan12





Bhavindhu Adhihettyretired
4945





Shreyas   Mowab not out
6250





Arslan   Khan b Talwar1211





Rahul   Vashishtha not out
98





Extras2w
2






Total2 wickets, 20 overs135






DNB: Arun   Nag, Trevor Manoosingh, Manjeet Sidhu, Gurinder Thandi, Zeeshan Whalia, Rana   Salman, Ashish Narval, Simranjit Singh
FoW494101

















Bowling:OversMaidensRunsWicketswnb



Suliman Khan40300





Asad Khan40181





Dhillon401901




Patel 30261





Mann20210





Talwar30211



























Team 4   innings








Pranav Sharmacb Rana Salman35





Akash Gill
b Whalia01





Avwal Sandhub Manoosingh1333





Satnam   Ramdhab Whalia611





Umair Ghanilbwb Manoosingh2724





Daksh Talwarnot out
31






Arminder Dhillonstb Sidhu35





Kanwar Mannrun out
43





Preet   Jaganpreet cb Whalia118





Asad Khannot out
11





Extrasb 1
1






Total8 wickets, 20 overs94






DNB: Yax   Patel








FoW031136616475
























Bowling:OversMaidensRunsWicketswnb



Whalia40103





Rana Salman30101





Arun Nag20110





Narval2060





Manoosingh30172





Thandi20150





Sidhu20110





Singh20130
















July 16   National T20, King City







Green v Blue








Toss: Green









Result:  Blue won by 8 wickets


















Green   innings
RunsBalls4s




Abraash Khan run out
4851





Avol   Sandhu b Whalia 01





Satnam   Ramdhab Junaid Siddiqui512





Arun Nag
b Mann13





Harmandeep Singh st b Salman Nazar 26





Varun Sehdevcb Mann48





*+Hamza Tariq lbwRana Salman 1316





Nikhil Dutta cRana Salman01





Sana Kaleemc Moonsenarb Junaid Siddiqui17





Arminder Dillonrun out
65





Asad Khannot out
12





Extras w 3, nb 1  
4






Total all out, 19 overs  79






FoW1344143586374747579











BowlingNational T20 - scorecards, Day 2









Whalia2071





Jatinder Mathuru10100





Moonesar30181





Junaid Siddiqui3162





Mann30132





Salman Nazar40131





Rana Salman30122
















Blue innings









Zeeshan WhaliacDutta10161




Rayyan Pathannot out
384421



Robin Singhlbwb Dutta02





Jatinder Mathuru not out
332504



Extrasnb 1, b 1
2






Total2 wickets, 15.2 overs83






DNB: Junaid Siddiqui, Salman Nazar,   Kanwar Mann, Rana Salman, Mahadeo Moonesar


FoW3232


















Bowling:OversMaidensRunsWicketswnb



Sana Kaleem30110





Cecil Pervez20140





Dutta30192





Dhillon2160





Nag20120





Sehdev2.20130





Asad Khan1070




























































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2019-07-17

The National T20 is underway at Maple Leaf CC, King City. Sixty of Canada's best cricketers are in attendance, split into four teams, each containing a mix of national team players and cricketers selected for the high performance squad based on their performances in the regional T20 competitions. The tournament gives selectors an opportunity to evaluate players in match situations against top-quality opposition. 

Day 1 Scorecards:

15-Jul National T20 King   City






Red v Blue








Toss: Blue








Result: Blue   won by 11 runs. 
















Blue   innings  
runsballs 4s 6s


Rayyan Pathan c ? b Brar 561



Upkar Singh Pandherc Kumar b Cheema 232121


Robin Singh run out
27




Jatinder Mathuru c ? b Cheema 512



*Ravinderpaul Singh  c ? b Gill 523124


Ricardo Williams c ? b Saad Bin Zafar 67




Zeeshan Whalia  c ? b Manosingh 58




Dillon Heyliger lbw b Saad Bin Zafar 35




Salman Nazar run out 
16121



Romesh Eranga c ? b Gill 35




Junaid Siddiqui not out 
23




Extras w 4 b 26





Total all out 19.4 overs128















FoW: 1-7 2-25 3-37 4-50 5-61 6-87 7-96 8-110 9-125 10-128. 










Bowling:








Gill40352




Brar3.401512



Saad Bin Zafar401722



Dhillon20190




Cheema30112




Talwar20100




Manosingh10191
























Red   innings  
runs balls 4s 6s


Rodrigo Thomas c Salman Nazar b Williams 3325




Akash Gill c Robin Singh b Eranga 03




*Nitish Kumar c Mathuru b Williams 12121



Saad Bin Zafar c Williams b Salman Nazar 1216




Shreyas Mowab c Pandher  b Heyliger 21242



Rizwan Cheema c Junaid Siddiqui b Heyliger 12




+Robin Singh
b Heyliger 25




Trevor Manosingh c ? b Junaid Siddiqui 511




Sukhdeep Brar c Ravinderpaul Singh b Salman Nazar 9111



Navjot Dhillon not out 
0





Daksh Talwar  
17




Extras  w 12
12





Total all out 18.4 overs107





FoW;1-16 2-40 3-55 4-68 5-776-89 7-90 8-999107 10-107. 
Bowling 








Zeeshan Whalia 101602



Romesh Eranga 302002



Ricardo Williams 30182




Junaid Siddiqui 401911



Salman Nazar 3.40123




Dillon Heyliger 402232























July 15,   National T20, King City






Blue v Navy








Toss: Blue








Result: Blue   won by 36 runs
















Blue innings  runs balls 4s 6s




Rayyan   Pathan b Simranjit Singh 66




Upkar Singh Pandherc Simranjit Singh b Patel 1011




Robin   Singh b Patel 655851


Ashish Narval c +Khan b Jamkhandi 25




*Ravinderpaul Singh  c +Khan  b Dhaliwal 382722


Kanwar Mann not out
59




Dillon Heyliger not out
58




Extras w 9, nb 2, b 516






Total 5 wickets 20 overs147





DNB: Salman Nazar, Romesh Eranga, Junaid   SiddiquiUmer Ghani







FoW: 1-16 2-39 3-62 4-134 5-137














Bowling:








Dhindsa20190




Simranjit   Singh

1




Jamkhandi40461




Patel30192




Dhaliwal2061




Thandi


1














Navy innings







Bhavindhu Adhihetty c ? b Eranga 22




*Navneet Dhaliwal c? b Kanwar 482723


Harsh Thaker  c ? b Salman Nazar 18261



Yudveer Singh c ? b Umer Ghani 1114




#NAME?c Pandher b Kanwar 13121



Rahul Vashishtha c ? b Kanwar 1013
1


Satsimranjit Dhindsa not out
35




Gurinder Thandi not out 
24




Extras w 4
4





Total 6 wickets
111















DNB: Faisal   Jamkhandi

















FoW: 1-2 2-43 3-77 4-82 5-105 6-106.













Bowlingomrwwides



Eranga301311



Heyliger402001



Junaid Siddiqui30140




Salman Nazar302301



Umer Ghani30201




Mann402131











































July 15, National T20 King City







Green v Red








Toss: Red








Result:  Green won by 19 runs
















Green   innings 







Abraash Khan c Kumar b Brar 181321


Subham Sharma c Sharma b Brar 7101



Satnam Ramdha c Kumar b Brar 04




Varun Sehdev c Manoosingh b Saad Bin Zafar 47




*+Hamza   Tariq b Saad Bin Zafar 610




Mark Montfort c Thomas b Manjeet Sidhu 611



Harmandeep Singh not out 
503443


Nikhil Dutta   not out  
443042


Extras w 12, nb 1, b 215





Total for 6 wickets 20 overs150















DNB:   Arminder Dhillon, Kaleem Sana, Cecil Pervez















FoW: 1-26 2-26 3-29 4-40 5-47 6-60. 













Bowling:








Gill 405004



Brar 40233




Saad Bin Zafar 411525



Kumar 20200




Manoosingh 20240














Red innings








Pranav Sharmac Hamza Tariqb Dutta19251



Rodrigo Thomas c Hamza Tariqb Sana19




*Nitish Kumar c Dhillon b Sehdev 15171



Umar Farook st Hamza Tariq b Dutta 30272



Akash Gill run out Sharma 02




Rizwan Cheema c Hamza Tariq b Montfort 19123



Saad Bin Zafar not out 
1312 1


Trevor Manosingh c Dhillon b Dutta 02




Sukhdeep Brarrun out Sana201321


Navjot Dhillon not out 
531



Extras  w  8 lb 19





Total 8 wickets 20 overs131















DNB: Manjeet   Sidhu

















FoW;1-7 2-42 3-49 4-49 5-87 6-93 7-93 8-126. 











Bowling 








Sana  403112



Pervez 4
1290



Dhillon 402705



Dutta 40223




Sehdev 20121




Montfort 201011













































July 15, National T20, King City







Green   v Navy








Toss: Navy









Result:  Green won by 6 wickets


















Navy   innings
RunsBalls4s6s



Raheem Gilani run out  Hamza Tariq03





Ruvindu Gunasekera c Hamza Tariq b Asad Khan 18





*Navneet Dhaliwal c & b Asad Khan 681




Harsh Thaker  c Khan b Singh 29292




Suliman Khan run out
01





Arslan Khan  c Moonesar b Nag 8121




Rahul Vashishtha  c Hamza Tariq b Montfort 826





Satsimranjit Dhindsa c? b Singh 47





Umair Ghani Montfort 35





Preet Jagnanpreet  c Moonesar b Singh 02





Simranjit Singh not out 
00





Extras w 9, nb 2
11






Total all out, 16.1 overs71

















FoW: 1-4 2-4 3-22 4-22 5-38 6-64 7-66 8-70 9-70 10-71











Bowling:OversMaidensRunsWickets





Kaleem Sana 20110





Asad Khan 30192





Nag 2081





Sehdev 30170





Moonsesar 3150





Singh 2083





Montfort 1.1032






































Green   innings
RunsBalls4s6s



Abraash Khan c ? b Simranjit Singh 211321



Mark Montfort c ? b Simranjit Singh 04





Aval Sandhu c Umair Ghani b Suliman Khan 28194




Nikhil Dutta not out
615





Harmandeep Singh lbw b Suliman Khan 01





*+Hamza Tariq not out 13131





Extras w 3, nb 1  

4





Total for 4 wickets, 11.2 overs  
72
















DNB: Arun   Nag, Asad Khan, Mahadeo Moonesar, Kaleem Sana, Varun Sehdev















FoW: 1-32-30 3-64 4-64
















Bowling:OversMaidensRunsWickets





Dhindsa 20190





Simranjit Singh 1





Jamkhandi 40461





Patel 30192





Dhaliwal 2061





Thandi  1










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2019-07-07

Congratulations to the 30 Canadians drafted by clubs in the Global T20 League, to be played in Brampton, July 25-August 11. They are:

Toronto Nationals 
Jeremy Gordon
Ravinderpal Singh
Salman Nazar
Mark Montford
Rodrigo Thomas

Vancouver Knights
Saad Bin Zafar
Rizwan Cheema
Rayaan Pathan
Harsh Thaker
Matthew Nandu

Winnipeg Hawks 
Hamza Tariq
Sana Kaleem
Umair Ghani
Romesh Eranga
Varun Sehdev

Edmonton Royals
Davy Jacobs
Navneet Dhaliwal
Satsimranjit Dhindsa
Aakash Gill
Shahid Ahmadzai

Montreal Tigers 
Dillon Heyliger
Nikhil Dutta
Bupinder Singh
Arslan Khan
Ashton Deosammy

Brampton Wolves 
Nitish Kumar
Aabrash Khan
Arman Kapoor
Faisal Jamkhandi
Nawab Singh

By agreement with Cricket Canada, each team must have five Canadian qualified players in their squad. 

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2019-03-22

Match: Cricket Canada vs MAS UNICHELA SRI LANKA

Cricket Canada won the 2nd match with 62 runs as its batsmen gave some outstanding batting performances to carry the day.

Ravinderpal top scored with 65 runs of 78 balls at a strike rate of 83.33. Srimantha scored 47 while Saad was 39 (Not out)

Ravi and Varun made 82 runs in 4rth wicket partnership followed up by Srimantha and Saad who made 57 runs. Varun also contributed in a 33 run partnership with Srimantha,

Saad also had the third best batting scoring 39 runs on 33 balls with a strike rate of 118.18. The best strike rate was Ruvindu at 135.71 with 3 fours but got out early after scoring 19 runs of 14 balls.

Saad and Hiral took 3 wickets each. The best economy was delivered by Varun Sahdev  at 3.0 followed by Hiral  at 3.1 and  Saad at 4.3.

Tomorrow is a rest day.

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2019-03-22

Last minute arrangements succeed to secure the tour

Antigua, Trinidad, South Africa or Sri Lanka puzzle was solved in favour of Sri Lanka, once it became clear that no other place provided much needed quality opposition and training arrangements than Sri Lanka. Institute of Sports (IOS), from Nagpur India, who have a long history of relationship with Cricket Canada were able to make all required arrangements to support Cricket Canada athletes training for the qualifier.

The Senior Men’s squad is practicing hard in Sri Lanka ahead of the WCL 2 Qualifiers. The squad held its first practice session at Panadura Ground on 10th March 2019. This world class training tour includes, cricket, mental and physical fitness as well as strategy sessions among other things. The training management has enforced a strict diet and training regime. The training is focused around team work, developing new skills and acclimatisation to foreign environments.

Following is the list of players and coaching staff, currently training in Sri Lanka. The final team for the qualifier shall be selected after the pre tour to South Africa and on the eve of starting of the qualifier in Namibia in April 2019.

Players:-
Bhavindu Shakya Adhihetty
David Johan Jacobs (Captain)
Dilon Alex Heyliger
Harsh Thaker
Hiral Dashrathbhai Patel
Mark Montfort
Navneet Singh Dhaliwal
Nikhil Dutta
Nitish Roenick Kumar
Ravinderpal Singh
Rodrigo Augustine Thomas
Romesh Eranga Galkandage Don
Ruvindu T Gunasekera
Saad Bin Zafar
Srimantha Adrian Wijeyeratne
Sukhdeep Singh Brar
Varun Sehdev

Coaching Staff:
Daulat Khan
Henry Osinde

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