Skipper Kevin, Pragnesh & Arjun Tendulkar put MIG on top with a massive win in the Police Shield Tournament’21

Regarded as one of the top teams of Mumbai which was won numerous tournaments over the last few seasons, MIG Cricket Club certainly seems to be in no mood to let that title slip away from them.  Batting first at Islam Gymkhana ground in Marine Lines, MIG amassed a huge total of 385/7 in 45 overs.  MIG Skipper Kevin Almeida once again came good with a fine knock of 96 runs falling 4 short of a well deserved century. With a few wickets falling in between, it was India U19 star Pragnesh bringing back the momentum with a stylish century off mere 75 balls.


Kevin Almeida
Kevin Almeida


The left hander scored 112 off 75 balls with a strike rate of almost 150 which included 10 fours and 6 massive sixes. The surprise package for MIG was Arjun Tendulkar who was literally in some other zone taking on the bowlers with absolute disdain. Arjun probably proved himself more than his critics as he backed himself up with 8 massive sixes en-route his 26 ball 77* with a strike rate of 296.15!


Arjun tendulkar
Arjun Tendulkar 77* off 26 balls & 3 wickets


Islam Gymkhana in reply were all out for 191 runs with two half centuries registered from their side. No.3 batsman Mihir Agarwal scored 77 while the experienced veteran Praful Waghela scored 57 runs in an otherwise dismal batting performance. Ankush Jaiswal was the pick of the lot taking 3/31 in 7.5 overs alongwith left arm spinner Shreyas Gurav who took 3/34 in 9 overs. It was a day to remember for the young man Arjun Tendulkar as he also chipped in with 3 wickets for 41 runs.


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