BCCB Twenty20 Championship 2011

 
Dorji Loday, Man of the Match (98 runs in 53 balls)
Dorji Loday, Man of the Match (98 runs in 53 balls)

Leading from the front captain Dorji scored 98 runs in 53 balls which earned him the Man of the match and also won the game for the telecom

 Sunday, 24 April 2011, Jigmethang
Bhutan Telecom vs. Royal Thimphu College

Bhutan telecom vs Royal Thimphu College The rain almost spoiled the telecom’s party as the heavy downpour threatened to cease the game and share the points between telecom and RTC. But somehow the dark clouds over team telecom began to phase out as some of their team mates started to offer spiritual smoke to the local deities of Dechenphug. Telecom went on to break the record of the highest runs scored in the tournament 216 runs by the Rigsum CC as they put up enormous score of 231 runs.

 

 DS gurung smashed 65 runs in 26 balls
DS Gurung smashed 65 runs in 26 balls

Leading from the front captain Dorji scored 98 runs in 53 balls which earned him the Man of the match and also won the game for the telecom. Another veteran DS Gurung fired 65 runs in just 26 balls. With huge target to chase, Royal Thimphu College could only manage to score 110 runs in 20 overs for lost of 8 wickets. Bagawanath scored 54 runs.

Summary

BT won the toss and elected to bat first
BT scored 231 for 2 wickets in 20 overs
RTC scored 110 runs for 9 wickets in 20 overs
BTwon by 121 runs
Man of the Match: Dorji Loday (98runs in 53 balls)

Umpire: Ugyen & Bikash
Scorer: Deki Yangzom
Referee: Sumpath

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