Friendship Cup ’18 updates: Manish Nagdev, Ram Singh & Ajay Mishra bag ‘man of the match’ awards


Friendship Cup has been progressing with some amazing individual performances and some thrilling matches so far. Checkout the latest updates of the Friendship Cup ’18 played on last weekend on Sunday.


1st Match – 9 AM – 11.30 AM – CCD vs SHM ULHASNAGAR


Played at the Asahi Glass Ltd, Taloja, SHM Ulhasnagar won the toss and elected to bat first as they scored a massive total of 167/3 in 15overs. Opener Manish Nagdev gave an electric start smashing 50 off 36balls with 4fours and 2sixes while the rest of the batsman also batted really well chipping in with 30’s.

Chasing 168 in 15overs is always tough and CCD managed to score only 104/6 in 15overs with Santosh top scoring with 40 while Sanjay D and Sanjay S bagging 3wkts each. SHM Ulhasnagar won the match by 61runs while Manish Nagvdev was declared ‘man of the match’ for his attacking half century.

MoM – Manish Nagdev



Played at the same ground at afternoon, IFI won the toss and elected to bat first but their decision to bat first fell flat as they were all out for 71runs in 13 overs. The bowlers did an excellent job with Ajay Mishra being the pick of the bowlers taking 3/12 in 2overs while Pandurang and Ashish taking 2wkts each. IFI chased down the score in just 9.3overs and won the match by 7wkts where in Ajay Mishra was declared ‘man of the match’

 MoM – Ajay Mishra

3rd Match – 3 PM – 5.30 PM – RANGERS CC vs MULUND EXCEL


Played at the same ground in the evening slot, Mulund Excel batted first after winning the toss and little were Rangers CC aware about the storm which was about to hit them. Opener Ram Singh scored a massive 60ball 118 to take the game away from the opposition. Ram Singh smashed 15fours and 5sixes and engaged in pure dominance to take his team total towards a healthy 181/4 in 15overs. Rangers CC managed to score only 122/9 in 15overs. The bowlers did an amazing job as Mulund Excel won the match by 59runs while Ram Singh was obviously declared ‘man of the match’.

MOM – Ram Singh








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