Pakistan dominates international Bangkok Sixes

February 5, 2019 | By

Bangkok: The annual cricket extravaganza at the Royal Bangkok Sports Club (RBSC) here was dominated by teams from Pakistan as two of the three Pakistani outfits won titles.

In the 35th edition of the RBSC international super Sixes tournament, from January 25th to 27th, fourteen teams from Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Hong Kong and Thailand participated.

Pakistan’s “Dare Karachi”, under first class cricketer Misbah Khan, won the title after beating India’s “Raju CC” in the final by five wickets.

Batting first, the Raju CC scored 63 runs in their allotted five overs. In reply, Dare Karachi overhauled the target for just one wicket. Rehan Tanoli topped the batting card with 16-ball 32 while international star, Ramiz Raja junior hammed 21 off 15 deliveries.

Pakistan’s “Haq Brothers”, under Intezar-ul-Haq, clinched the second tier’s title, “Plate”, by beating an Indian outfit in the final match.

The third team from Pakistan, “Karachi Knights”, under international cricketer, Saad Naseem, lost the semi final, of the main event, to India’s Raju CC.

In the two-tier event the participating teams were distributed in four groups. After three group matches, top teams of each group collided in the semi-final of the main event – for the “Cup” – while teams, at second slot in each group, met each for the “Plate”.

Pakistan’s Hammad Azam, of “Haq Brothers” was declared the best player of the tournament for his outstanding all-round performance.

Two Pakistan outfits – Dare Karachi and Karachi Knights – remained unbeaten at the initial stage after playing three games each in their respective groups.

The likes of prominent Pakistan Cricketers Saad Naseem, Ramiz Raja Junior, Hammad Azam, Agha Sabir etc took part in the competition.

Muhammad Asif Khan

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As a reported, Mr Khan has so far traveled to USA, UAE, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan to carry out his professional duties. You can connect Mr Khan on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter

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