Sidra’s Century Help PCB Blasters Clinch National Triangular One-Day Women Cricket Championship

An unbeaten century by Sidra Amin, which also included a partnership with Aliya Riaz for the fourth wicket, helped PCB Blasters beat six runs at the finals of the national triangular one-day women’s cricket championship for women in the Lahore Gymkhana in 2019 Thursday.

When PCB blasters were put into bat mode, they scored 216 for five out of 50 overs.

Sidra, the right-handed opening team, hit 153 balls with 102 eleven fours in their unbeaten run.

She added 100 runs for the fourth wicket with Aliya Riaz, who scored 42 of 47 balls with a four and a three-six.

During their chase, the PCB Challenger was limited to 210 for seven out of 50 overs, thanks to Tooba Hassan and Almas Akram, who each took two wickets.

Javeria Rauf scored the first goal in the innings with 51 of 83 balls with seven fours. Bismah Maroof scored a 56-ball 44, which was laced with five fours. Both took part in the second wicket with 82 starts.

After 14 rounds in the final, the challengers scored seven goals in the bowling of Aliya Riaz.

Sidra Amin was named player of the game, while PCB Challengers’ leg spinner Syeda Aroob Shah won the prize for bagging 14 wickets in the tournament.

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