Bangladesh Cricket League
Marshall scored hundred for Walton Central Zone
|| CF Correspondent ||
Marshall Ayub scored a timely 116 runs for his team Walton central zone against BCB south Zone in the third round of matches at Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium (SKICS) in Cox’s Bazar.
Walton Central Zone was all out for 235 runs in their first innings. In reply at the end of the day. BCB South zone have scored 29 runs and lost 2 wickets
Earlier in the day Walton Central Zone won the toss and elected to bat.
Both Bangladesh test batsman did not have the best scores in this innings in this match..Saif hasan was out for 1 runs and Nazmul Hossain shanto scored 8 runs for Walton central zone.
Walton central were all sorts of trouble in the opening season. They have lost 6 wickets for 97 runs in the early parts.
Marshall Ayub was the only batsman who was able to play freely for his team. He was out for 116 runs. He smashed twelve four and two sixes.
Bangladesh pace Mustafizur Rahman was the second-highest scorer for Walton central zone. He was not out on 30 runs in the end.
The Wicket was shared between the BCB south zone bowlers.Mehedi Hasan Miraz took 3 wickets. Shafiul Islam, Abdur Razzak and Nasum Ahmed all took 2 wickets for South zone.
Walton Central Zone innings: 235/10 (82.2 ov),
Marshall Ayub 116 runs
BCB South Zone innings: 29/2 (9 ov),
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