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R.NAIDU T20: Charity ready to challenge White Clouds

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Charity Cricket Club, have said they are all set to challenge defending champion White Clouds in this year’s V.R NAIDU Twenty Division one women’s final at Gahanga oval this Sunday.

Charity who are unmatched pedigree on paper this season, head into the game which kicks off at 9:30 am with three wins in three games with 12.0 total points on the leaderboard in this pool.

Charity skipper Claudine Uwase has said her side will be looking to shrug off their last year’s disastrous disappointment having lost the title to the Cloud.

“We have a matchless pedigree against all the teams in this year; we beat the Clouds in the opening round which gives us more confidence to defeat them once again in the final. Most of the players have improved in terms of batting and fielding efforts,” she said

Uwase a fielder further said that they claimed comfortable victories in all three games they have played which pity’s them as favorites to win the title this year though she warns her teammates not to take the opponent lightly.

They comfortably thumped the Clouds by 115 runs in the first round robin game before defeating Indatwa CC by 9 wickets and narrowing faced off She Guards by 2 runs.

With their two pioneer and experienced players; Dianne Bimenyimana (batter) as well as bowler Chathia Uwamahoro in their ranks, the Clouds will have a huge edge to defend the title.

Defending champions White Clouds, on the other hand, who won two and lost one game will have to rely on batter Mary Maine and team captain Veronic Iriho .

Maine who is on form at least on paper contributed 30 runs off 49 balls in the last game against the She-Guards.

Apart from this game, the men’s Division one category will take center stage at 2:00pm on the same ground.

The Challengers will take on reigning champions Telugu Cricket club in what is expected to be another thrilling Sunday game. Telugu were crowned the best team of the year for 2016 and 2017.

Last weekend, Oasis women’s cricket club beat Sorwathe by 53 runs in Division Two final tournament game t Gahanga cricket oval last Sunday.

While the men’s Second Division final category final, saw Kutch Tigers winning the toss and opting to bat first to defeat Vikings cricket club by 26 runs after predominantly managing 120-8 in the allotted 20.0  overs.

The best teams and players will be rewarded during Sundays Ceremony at Gahanga

The tournament was started in 2013 in memory of Vardineni Ramaiah Naidu who was a cricket player, and it is supported by his family.


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