Kamal- 90*

July 21 was probably the best day of the summer to date for cricket- temperatures in the mid-20s, only a light breeze, and a field in perfect condition thanks to the hours put in by our volunteers on the lawn tractor. Royal Challengers won the toss, and asked the BD Tigers to bat. Zilani and Abu Syed put on 34 for the first wicket but then three quick wickets had the Tigers in trouble at 57/3 at the half-way point. An excellent 75 run partnership between Hummam bin Saif (48 from 27 balls) and Ayaz Ghani (27) allows the BD Tigers to set a target of 145- more than the Royal Challengers had managed to date in the league. With both openers gone with just 21 runs on the board, it looked as though the Challengers would be challenged, but another excellent innings by Kamal Gosal turned the match on its head. He was dropped early on in his innings but then powered his way to 90* from 43 balls, hitting seven big sixes mostly with drives over long-on. Ranvir Rana and Amrish provided good support as the Royal Challengers won by 7 wickets with 4 overs to spare