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Aziz Damani determined to win the Unimoni National T20 Cup

By Kasozi Balikuddembe

Added 12th November 2018 07:57 PM

Their brutality has already been tested with back to back Jazz Safari National Men’s League titles, completing this year’ race in particular with an unbeaten run.

Aziz Damani determined to win the Unimoni National T20 Cup

Their brutality has already been tested with back to back Jazz Safari National Men’s League titles, completing this year’ race in particular with an unbeaten run.

 
Unimoni National T2 Cup
 
Results
 
KICC 175/5 Wanderers 121/8
 
(KICC win by 54 runs)
 
Batting KiCC: Suleman Sharif 74(55), Falak Shah 58(36)
 
SKLP 106/6 Ceylon Lions 109/1
 
(Ceylon win by 9 wickets)
 
Strikers 131/9 Avengers 104
 
(Strikers win  by 27 runs )
 
Africa CC 111/6 Strikers 112/9
 
(Strikers win by 1 wicket)
 
Premier 112/10 JACC 63/
 
(Premier win by 59 runs)
 
Premier CC 146/6 Jinja SS 107/8
 
(Premier win by 39 runs)
 
Aziz Damani 165/4 ADDT 114/9
 
(Damani win by 51runs)
 
ADDT 71/8 Kutchi Tigers 72/2
 
(Kutchi Tigers win by 8 wickets)
 
Aziz Damani are up and running in the ongoing Unimoni National T20 Cup. The moneyed club is determined to make amends having failed to clinch the competition last season.
 
Their brutality has already been tested with back to back Jazz Safari National Men's League titles, completing this year' race in particular with an unbeaten run.
 
With all their charges turned on the revamped T20showpiece, they surely look the part with now three wins in three games so far.
 
Afzal Mir is, in particular, enjoying personal success getting the runs for Aziz Damani. He was rather brutal scoring 65 from 37 balls in a free-scoring Damani innings. Emmanuel Hashahya claimed 3 wickets for Damani to restrict ADDT to 114 as Damani won by 51 runs at Kyambogo Sunday.
 
At Lugogo, KICC' Suleman Sharif and Falak Shah scored for fun to reach half tons of 74 from 55 balls and 58 from 36 balls respectively. KICC continue to show intent as they seek to claim silverware after so many years.
 
EMAIL: kbalikuddembe@newvision.co.ug
 
TWITTER: @casozi14
 
 
 
 

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