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Dynamites Crush Challengers to Win Pakistan Cup Women’s Cricket Tournament

Dynamites Crush Challengers to Win Pakistan Cup

In a thrilling finale of the Pakistan Cup Women’s Cricket Tournament 2022/23, PCB Dynamites emerged victorious by a whopping 132 runs against PCB Challengers. Winning the toss, Dynamites elected to bat first and posted a formidable total of 211 runs in their allotted 45 overs.

The star of the match was Sidra Nawaz, who displayed exceptional batting skills, remaining unbeaten with an impressive century. Her unbeaten knock of 103 runs off 112 balls, including 13 boundaries, proved to be a game-changer for Dynamites. Sidra Amin also contributed significantly to the team’s score, adding 38 runs to the total.

Noreen Yaqub from Challengers managed to pick up two wickets but conceded 53 runs in her nine overs. On the other hand, Saima Malik and Sadia Iqbal could only secure one wicket each.

Chasing the target of 212 runs, Challengers struggled right from the start and eventually collapsed, getting bowled out for a mere 79 runs. Javeria Khan fought valiantly, top-scoring for Challengers with 28 runs off 53 balls.

The bowling attack of Dynamites proved to be too strong for the Challengers, with Nashra Sundhu leading the way. She displayed a phenomenal performance, taking four wickets while conceding a mere five runs in just 4.5 overs. Ghulam Fatima also played a crucial role, claiming three wickets in four overs and conceding only five runs. Waheeda Akhtar, Humna Bilal, and Maham Manzoor all chipped in with one wicket each.

Sidra Nawaz’s exceptional performance earned her the well-deserved title of Player of the Match. Meanwhile, Sidra Amin, the captain of Dynamites, was named the Player of the Tournament for her outstanding contribution throughout the one-day phase, amassing 269 runs.

This victory marked Dynamites’ second consecutive triumph over Challengers in the one-day tournament final. Their previous encounter in the 2018 edition saw Dynamites triumph with a massive 190-run margin at the Multan Cricket Stadium.

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