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    Pakistan defeat England in final to win Physical Disability T20I Tri-Series in England [Update #8]

    England started off their Vitality IT20 Physical Disability Tri-Series campaign with a victory and a loss on a high-scoring day at Barnards Green Cricket Club.

    The side bounced back from losing to Pakistan by 78 runs in the opening game to beat Bangladesh by eight wickets and stay in contention to reach the Tri-Series Final on Wednesday.

    Bangladesh amassed 195-4 in the second game of the day after opting to bat first. Javed Vuian made 62 despite having a spell off the pitch recovering from cramp while keeper Shaharia Shamim struck an unbeaten 56. Debutant Liam O'Brien was the pick of the bowlers with 2-31.

    A rapid 57 from 25 balls by Liam Thomas got England off to a flier in reply. Fellow opener Alex Hammond (81*) anchored the innings as England chased down the total with 15 balls to spare.

    Earlier, England lost to a rampant Pakistan side by 78 runs. Debutant Muhammad Shahbaz smashed 121 from only 69 balls as Pakistan made 224-4 after being put in by England. Hammond took 2-34 with his off-spin including picking up two wickets in two balls. Iain Nairn’s side could only muster 146 all out in reply despite a quick-fire 60 from O’Brien.


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    England fell to defeat against a resurgent Bangladesh to leave their hopes of qualifying for the Vitality IT20 Physical Disability Tri-Series final in the balance.

    Batting first in a crucial game, England got off to a good start thanks to cameos from Liam Thomas (28), Hugo Hammond (30), and Callum Flynn (23). From a position of strength at 78-2, England collapsed to finish on 125-9. The England total was boosted after Bangladesh conceded five penalty runs, meaning Bangladesh needed 131 to stay in the tournament.

    Fred Bridges (2-22) picked up two wickets as he built the pressure on Bangladesh along with the economical Jordan Williams who bowled four overs for just 14 runs. At 62-5 it looked England’s game to win but a 58-run partnership between SM Shaharia Shamim (43) and captain Drupam Patranabish (43*) saw Bangladesh home in the 19th over.

    Earlier in the day, Pakistan booked their place in the final with a comfortable 45 run win over Bangladesh. Wajid Alam made 74 as Pakistan posted 180-5. Bangladesh were bowled out for 135 in reply.

    England must now beat Pakistan tomorrow in their final group game or get their net run rate above Bangladesh’s in order to qualify for the final.


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    An unbeaten 64 from Callum Flynn helped England qualify for the Vitality IT20 Tri-Series Physical Disability Final thanks to a vital six win against Pakistan at Old Elizabethans Cricket Club.

    Bangladesh subsequent narrow four run loss to Pakistan meant that England and Pakistan will compete in tomorrow's final at Kidderminster Cricket Club.

    England opted to bowl first in a game that would decide their fate in the tournament. Jordan Williams and Alex Hammond picked up a wicket apiece, including the dangerous Muhammad Shahbaz for eight, to leave Pakistan struggling early on at 22-2.

    Matloob Qureshi (35) and Saif Ullah (34) combined for a 70-run partnership that threatened to take the game away from England. England fought back as a diving catch from Matt Askin removed Ullah before Fred Bridges tempted Qureshi into finding Liam O’Brien at extra cover who took a sharp catch.

    Jahanzeb Tiwana continued to push Pakistan towards a decent score before skipper Iain Nairn took a big catch down at long on off the bowling of O’Brien for 29.

    The returning Dan Hamm took the final two wickets to fall, leaving Pakistan 160-7.

    Alex Hammond started the reply in fine style, driving Abdullah Ejaz for three fours in the first over as England raced to 29-0 from the first two overs.

    Nihar Alam then dismissed Liam Thomas and Alex’s brother Hugo cheaply to drag his side back into the game.

    That brought the Lancastrian Flynn to the crease who along with Alex Hammond looked to break the back of the run chase. The pair put on 44 before the in-form Hammond was trapped leg before by Malik Kashif for 43. Waqaf Shah then removed Nairn for 2 as England wobbled at 91-4.

    Flynn was not to be deterred. He had all the answers as, alongside O’Brien (20*), he finished unbeaten on 64 to see England home by 6 wickets with 15 balls to spare.

    England's nerves were severely tested later in the afternoon as Bangladesh threatened to upset the odds in the second game, falling just four runs short in a chase of 139 against Pakistan that would have seen them qualify in England's place.


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    Awesome stuff. Proud of our boys.

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    Congratulations

    Boys need to play more cricket rather than one series per year and PCB (i think it comes under them) has to ensure it


    [QUOTE=Mamoon;9742871]Don't see us ascending from 7th/6th in the near future. 5-0 in England and South Africa awaits us, we will be lucky to even draw one match. [/QUOTE]

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    An exceptional innings of 75 by Sussex’s Liam O’Brien proved in vain as England fell to a 45-run defeat against Pakistan in the Vitality IT20 Physical Disability Tri-Series Final.

    Pakistan’s impressive score of 189-7 was too tall a task for England who were bowled out for 144 in reply.

    Pakistan got off to another flying start after being inserted by England captain Iain Nairn, racing to 80 without loss.

    Hasnain Alam (48) looked particularly dangerous before being run out by a strong throw from the deep by Alex Hammond.

    Nevertheless, Pakistan looked well placed at the halfway stage at 92-1. Freddie Bridges struck shortly afterwards as the in-form Muhammad Shahbaz went went leg before for 34.

    Tiwana (13) hit a few lusty blows before Matt Askin took to a great catch at deep midwicket to give Jordan Williams his first wicket.

    Jamie Goodwin dismissed Majid Hussain for 19 but Saif Ullah continued to attack and his 31, along with skipper Nihar Alam’s quick cameo of 12* helped Pakistan finish on 189-7. O’Brien continued his good tournament with two wickets.

    England's hopes of chasing it down quickly receded as left-arm quick Abdullah Ejaz ripped through their top order. He removed Liam Thomas (2), Alex Hammond (16), yesterday’s hero Callum Flynn for a golden duck, Nairn (7) and Matt Askin (1) in a spell of fast bowling the Pakistan greats of Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis would have been proud of. He finished with figures of 5-22 as England were left reeling at 42-6.

    Enter Liam O’Brien. The Preston Nomads man showed defiance in an almost impossible situation, hitting the Pakistan attack to all parts of the ground in his 40-ball 75. He received spirited support from Williams (17) in a partnership of 63 which briefly had England daring to dream.

    Ultimately, he ran out of partners with Pakistan ending the tournament as deserving winners.


    [QUOTE=Mamoon;9742871]Don't see us ascending from 7th/6th in the near future. 5-0 in England and South Africa awaits us, we will be lucky to even draw one match. [/QUOTE]

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    Wow magnificent effort.

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    Hammond, Fylln Stars as England PD won the challenge T-20 Match


    WORCESTERSHIRE: England Pd rode on an all-round effort to beat Rest of World XI Pd by 22 runs in a University of Worcestershire T20 challenge match at the Worcestershire County Club Ground on Friday.

    Hugo Hammond smashes as brilliant half century 68 runs while star of the England Pd Callum Flynn excelled with both bat and ball against World XI Pd.

    England Pd won the toss and posted decent total of 178 for the loss of 7 wickets in allotted 20 overs., Hugo Hammond was the top scorer with 68 off 44 balls with the help of 8 four and brace of sixes while the vital contributions from Callum Flynn made 25 balls of 28 with 2 fours and one six, Liam O'Brien contributed 16 off 12 balls with 2 fours.

    Off spinner Jahanzaib Tiwana grabbed 2- 16, M.Kazol Hossen 1- 22 and Farhan Saeed 1- 24 good supported to Tiwana.

    Rest of World XI in reply, were restricted to 156-8 with Skipper Hasnain Alam scoring 47 off 30 balls with five fours and one six, All- rounder M. Kazol Hossen contributed 40 off 41 ball with five fours, Jahanzaib Tiwana 23* in 10 balls with two fours and one six while Matloob Qureshi scored 22 off 19 balls with two fours.

    Callum Flynn with excellent analysis of 3-14, Dan Hamm captured 2- 26 Liam O'Brien took 2- 44.

    Daryl Mitchell, Worcestershire CCC player and Chairman of the Professional Cricketers Association. Graced the Match as the chief guest and distributed the prizes with Vice Chancellor and CEO Professor David Green and Ian Martin Head of disability cricket ECB, England Pd skipper Ian Nairen collected the winners’ trophy while Mohammad Shabaz Pakistan Pd (239 runs) was declared tournament’s best batsman and Skipper Pakistan Pd Nihar Alam (12 wickets) was named the best bowler, Nihar Alam received the best captain award while Hugo Hammond England Pdwas man-of-the-final.

    PDCA honorary secretary Amirudin Ansari presented a shield to the chief guest , while thanking the sponsors.

    Also presented were PDCA Patron-in-chief Saleem Karim, coach Muhammad jawed, umer Rashid, doctor noman palekar, trainer Rashid qureshi and media manager Mohammad Nizam.


    Brief Scores:

    ENGLAND Pd: 178-7 in 20 overs ( Hugo Hammond 68, Callum Flynn 28, Liam O'Brien 16: Jahanzaib Tiwana 2- 16, M.Kazol Hossen 1-2 Farhan Saeed 1-26) : ReST of Wold XI ;157- 8 ( Hasnan Alam 47, M.Kazol 40, Jahanzaib Tiwana 23* , Matloob Qureshi, 22: Callum Flynn 3-14, Dan Hammer 2- 26, Liam O'Brien 2-44)
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    [QUOTE=Mamoon;9742871]Don't see us ascending from 7th/6th in the near future. 5-0 in England and South Africa awaits us, we will be lucky to even draw one match. [/QUOTE]


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