Aliasgar Badami of Souvenir Cricket Club was responsible for putting the Kamath Memorial batsmen in the state of conundrum, thanks to his uncanny ability to spin the ball. Many questions were asked by Aliasgar, but hardly any were answered by the listless Kamath Memorial batting line-up. The left arm spinner finished off with magical figures of 6-7 in 6.3 overs, which included three maiden overs. The batting order collapsed like a pack of cards handing an easy win to Souvenir Cricket Club. Badami rightly bagged the Kimati Bowler of the Week award for his excellent bowling display at Bombay High Court Sports Club during the Kanga league match.
Kimati Sports, one of the leading manufacturers of leather cricket balls in India, in collaboration, with Cricketgraph, launched Corporate/Club Bowler Award this February to recognize the bowling talent in the corporate/club sphere. The award will be bestowed on the best bowler of the week, based on the performance in the corporate/club cricket leagues. Beginning February 2017, the best bowler will be awarded with attractive prizes which include a certificate of appreciation and a Kimati leather cricket ball.
The panel of judges had a tough decision to make as the other two contenders; left arm spinner Jas Lalan of Jolly Cricketers and right arm off spinner Vinayak Pillai of Wellington Cricket Club, both accounting for seven scalps, in their respective Kanga league games, were fighting hard for the Kimati Corporate/Club Bowler of the Week Award.
Kimati Corporate/Club Bowler Award will come back next week with a new winner, till then Cricketgraph and Kimati wishes you all the very best.