News Bhutan: BCCB Super League 2010 Bhutan Telecom CC vs. Druk Trowa & Himalayan Adventures Match no 8. 26 June 2010, Jigmethang ground “Jigme Singye” sets a new record.

Sunday, June 27, 2010 , Posted by D S Gurung at 2:09 PM


BCCB Super League 2010
Bhutan Telecom CC vs. Druk Trowa & Himalayan Adventures
Match no 8. 26 June 2010, Jigmethang ground

 
“Jigme Singye” with a new record.
 Jigme with Player of the Match Trophy

Yesterday, Bhutan telecom defeated Druk Trowa by 214 runs in their second match. Jigme Singye and Shiva were the main pillars for Bhutan Telecom to rejoice their victory. At one time Druk Trowa bowlers were on top of the BT batsmen when they were 105 for 7 wickets down but the partnership build by Jigme and Shiva at unstable situation helped BT to win the match comfortably. BT won the toss and elected to bat first.  BT opening batsmen had a partnership of 36 runs when they lost their first wicket of Chencho Dorji at 4 in Arpan’s bowl and in next over they lost Tashi at 17 runs in Lachumi’s bowl.
Dorji and Jigme Singye added 51 runs of partnership on the score board in 5 overs and then Dorji got caught by wicketkeeper while playing wide on leg side ball. Jigme Singye at 10 runs also got life line when he was drop by Padam at mid-on and it became costly wicket for Druk Trowa in the end when Jigme added 171 runs individually. "I am glad to set a new record in Bhutanese soil"  said  Jigme Singye. BT’s most of their wickets fell effortlessly and quickly but Druk Trowa couldn’t take the advantage of it when they just need three wickets to keep BT below 150 runs. Shiva batsmen number nine scored 64 runs when he unfortunately run-out himself but the partnership of 169 runs with Jigme placed the BT’s total score to 296 runs in 39 overs. Jigme with Tail Enders decided to go for boundaries to add more runs on the board as quickly as possible. 


 Jigme's front-foot pull

 Shiva's half century

The last two batsmen just faced 5 balls but it was Jigme who played a calculating cricket and ending his inning at 171 runs of 128 balls. BT was all-out at 343 runs in 43.2 overs. Ugyen with 3 wickets for 38 runs in 6.2 overs was conceded as highest wicket taker from Druk Trowa.
 
 Druk Trowa celebrating Shiva's wicket
Druk Trowa with-out an experience batsmen on the side, it was not possible to chase this target were all-out for 129 in 25 overs. Their first wicket fell in third over of the match and another five wickets fell within 11th over. 
Tandin Wangchuk 6 for 31 runs
Druk Trowa was 37 runs for 6 when lower batsmen added 82 runs to  set their total score to 127 runs in 25 overs. Padam with 27runs in 22 balls was the higher scorer from Druk Trowa. 
Ugyen contributing 27 runs
 
Tshering Dorji of Friends United was the first batsman to score century with a record of 118 runs was finally broken down after 8 years by Jigme Singye in club level. Jigme was awarded Player of the match for 171 runs and 1 wicket. Tandin Wangchuk with 6 wickets for 31 runs in 9 overs of BT was the highest wicket taker.

Jigme the new hero

Match Summary
BT won the toss and elected to bat
BT scored 343 runs all-out in 43.2 overs
Druk Trowa scored 127 runs all-out in 25 overs
BT won the match by 214 runs
Player of the Match: Jigme Singye

Match Officials
Umpires: Sonam Tobgay & Bikash
Scorers: Sonam & Dawa
Match Referee: DS Gurung

Currently have 2 comments:

  1. Anonymous says:

    Congratulations to BT team. Shiva.. Great job man...

  1. tshering says:

    Looks like Bhutan Telecom team is one of the top contender for this tournament's tittle. The team of allrounder proves its mettle once again. To recover from such precarious situation can only be a work of truely well balanced, highly talented team.
    When the 9th Batsman (Shiva Shankar) can hit so many runs, spare a thought for the opponents...and one can imagine what the top 5 regular batsman are capable of. For once i m glad that i am not facing such determined opponents.
    Spare a thoght for Druk Towa team to... they smelled victory and just when the celebration was about to start Jigme and Shiv spoil the party. DT's bowlers bowled very well but lacked just the final push to polish things off...
    On any given day...any bowler could take a fiver or batsman hit a century...but seeing the BT boys play, they may not settle for second best.

    Chaio...
    Chaus Wanchuk