Cricket:Sierra Leone, Nigeria triumph

By Daily Sports on August 27, 2018

Views: 1,658

Frederico Carava took seven wickets for Mozambique but still ended on the losing side. In the second semi-final of the ICC Under-19 World Cup Qualifier Africa Division Two at Potchefstroom, the Mozambique U19s bowled Sierra Leone U19 out for 167 in 33.5 overs, with Carava taking seven wickets in an incredible spell of bowling. Five of his victims were bowled, while the other two were trapped leg before. Four of his victims were out without scoring, while a fifth Sierra Leone batsman succumbed to the bowling of Jose Bulele (2-39) for a duck.

Carava took the wickets of all five top-order batsmen to leave Sierra Leone’s innings in tatters, first at 10-4 and then 31-5, before a stand of 91 for the sixth wicket between Osman Sankoh (51) and Aruna Kainessie (40) rescued their team from total embarrassment.

Carava finished with figures of 6.5-1-33-7 (econ 4.82) after an incredible spell of bowling, but his teammates couldn’t handle the Sierra Leone bowlers as they crumbled to 96 all out in 44.5 overs, Haroun Kamara taking 3-32 and James Tommy 3-15, the latter at an economy rate of just 1.50 runs per over.

In the earlier semi-final, Nigeria beat Tanzania by 35 runs after Nigeria were dismissed for 169 in 46.2 overs. Batting at No 8, Segun Ogundipe top-scored with 62 off 68 balls, with Salimini Saidi, Dhrumit Mehta and Mohamed Issa each picking up three wickets.

In response, Tanzania could muster only 134 in 43.2 overs, opener Gokul Das playing a lone hand in scoring 61 off 104 balls before being the eighth wicket to fall with the score on 126. Isaac Danladi claimed the prized wicket of Das, finishing with three wickets for just eight runs.

Peter Aho was the destroyer-in-chief for Nigeria, capturing four Tanzania wickets for 37 runs off his 10 overs.

On Tuesday, 28 August, Mozambique will play Tanzania in the third-place playoff in Potchefstroom, while Sierra Leone and Nigeria will contest the final at the same time.

Source Daily Sports

Posted August 27, 2018


 

You may also like...
Serena Crashes Out Of Italian Open On Her...

Watford Stun Man United to Raise Prem Survival...

Ronaldo wins UEFA goal of season award

Pulisic Considers Chelsea Future

Man.United sign Pogba

Falcons Coach Mmadu Makes Women Hall of Fame...

 

Latest News BAR TAB Lionel Messi heads on holiday with Barcelona pals Cesc Fabregas and Luis Suarez in Ibiza alongside stunning Wags UAM Tillers, DELSU Titans qualify HiFL’s round of 16 Dare splashes N2m on victorious Golden Eaglets, praises NFF Ndugba, Iroegbu lead D’Tigers’ 12-man squad to FIBA African World Cup qualifiers Okagbare’s additional one-year ban has badly depleted our squad, AFN laments Rangers Legend, Miller Urges Aribo To Join Crystal Palace ‘World Cup Qualification More Important Than Winning WAFCON’ —Super Falcons Coach, Waldrum Cech joins list of Chelsea departures Joshua will bomb out Usyk to regain titles, says trainer Djokovic brings curtain up on Wimbledon 2022 WAFU B: Five Eaglets Players Make Team Of The Tournament, Ugbade Named Best Coach NFF Election 2022: The Case Against Amaju Pinnick’s Tenure Elongation Tricks

 

Most Read Rangers International going, going . . . (49,918 views) Amaju Pinnick: A cat with nine lives (41,103 views) Second Term: Amaju Pinnick, Other NFF Heavyweights Home to Roost •How Pinnick Broke the Jinx (39,529 views) Missing $150,000 IAAF Grant: Solomon Dalung’s Hide and Seek game (39,505 views) Sports Development: Zenith Bank on the zenith (39,242 views) Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje’s solid footprints, commitment to sports development in Kano State (39,074 views) Current issues in Nigerian sports: Matters arising (38,801 views) NFF Presidency: Pinnick, Maigari, Ogunjobi, Okoye in Battle for Supremacy (38,182 views) Olopade, BET9A wave of revolution in NNL (37,562 views) Commonwealth Games 2018: Shame of Muhammadu Buhari, Solomon Dalung (36,477 views) Ibrahimovic’s Man U exit: Whose decision is it? And in whose interest? (34,838 views) John Mikel Obi: Segun Odegbami’s Outrageous Call! (34,298 views)

 

 


 

News Athletics (419) Basketball (302) Boxing (725) Columnists (670) Euro Soccer Update (13611) Fans Assembly (6) From the Grassroots (68) Golf (121) Interviews (17) Live Commentary (7) News (8097) NPL Glo Premier League (1316) People and Places (22) Readers Parliament (10) Tennis (930)

 

 

 

Phone numbers

Tel: +234(0)8066020976
+234(0)8055068145
+234(0)7013416146
+234(0)8094272884

Email addresses

info@dailysportsng.com
support@dailysportsng.com
publisher@dailysportsng.com

Office address

No 3, Adetoun Close, Off College Road, Ogba, Ikeja Lagos.
Website: www.dailysportsng.com

Social Media