Winning the toss and choosing to bat, Phoenix Medicine found themselves in trouble with both openers back in the pavilion early. However, it was the only moment Radio4 bowlers to relish as Khan and Laghari ran havoc then on.
The duo shared 151 runs for the third wicket in just around 13 overs flooding the session with boundaries and sixes to put Phoenix Medicine in the driver's seat. While Khan faced only 54 deliveries to smash a brilliant unbeaten 93 peppered with six hits to the fence and four times over it,
Chasing a huge target, Radio 4's opener
Alubond Tigers, meanwhile, sealed a comfortable 66-run win over DCCA in the sixth Al Dhaid
Batting first after winning the toss, Alubond Tigers were led by a fine batting performance from
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