MCA Runners-up in FCA Tournament

MCA completed a very satisfactory weekend with a very narrow loss to the hosts on Sunday, MCA captain Kishan Patel collecting the Best Bowler award, and the MCA team going home with the runners-up trophy.

MCA, batting first, scored 186 a.o. (Dhwanit Patel 34, Akhil Sridher 33, Jay Nirban 20); when FCA’s powerful opening batsman Steven Taylor, scorer of double centuries in both previous matches, raced to a fifty in an opening stand of 77 in seven overs, things looked tough for MCA, but Zakaria Ahmed had him caught by Dhwanit Patel for 51, and MCA reined in the hosts, Ani Mayasandra’s left-arm spin again proving very economical, as well as destructive (4-1-10-4).  FCA teetered on the brink of defeat, but Ryan Ramnarine, batting with a broken wrist, hit a splendid one-handed six to win the match for the hosts by just one wicket.

DreamCricket Report

Images of the final day’s score sheets:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Updates from the tournament:

Satuday, 5.15 pm

MCA defeated Big Broward Cricket Academy by 111 runs in the Florida Cricket Academy U-19 Tournament today.  MCA 276  (Vaibhav Ganesh 50, Paarth Joshi 45, Aniruddha Mayasandra 40, Gordon Makin 20), BBCA 165.  More details to follow.

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Friday 7.45 pm

MCA defeats CAUSA in Florida

 MCA, 201 a.o. in 30.1 overs, defeated CAUSA, Atlanta, 159 a.o. in 34.4 overs, by 42 runs. 

Dhwanit Patel (MCA) 40, Zakaria Ahmed (MCA) 33; Suneel Kumar (CAUSA) 3/28.
Viraj Patel (CAUSA) 27; Kishan Patel 5/38.

Full Scorecard

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Friday, 5.15 pm

 MCA defeated CCUSA by 42 runs.  More updates to follow.

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Friday,  3pm

At Miramar Regional Park, Florida, MCA batted first today against Cricket Academy USA of Atlanta in the Florida Cricket Academy Annual U-19 Tournament.   MCA were 201 all out, with Dhwanit Patel top-scoring with 40, followed by Zakaria Ahmed (33), Gordon Makin (22), Chicago’s Tanmaya Sambare (20), and Aniruddha Mayasandra (18).  After 21 overs the Atlanta side’s reply stood at 106/4. 

More updates to follow.

For a preview of the tournament, see Peter Della Penna’s article on DreamCricket.

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