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Impressive feat

Cricket Fiji
Wednesday, April 02, 2014

MOCE secured an impressive feat in their first match of the Easter Qualifiers against Lakeba 2 by 184 runs at Albert Park today.

Moce won the toss electing to bat first and were all out for 260 runs off 50 overs with Kolinio Tawalokuci top scoring with 72 runs.

Lakeba 2 played short and fell short. They were all out for 76 runs off 26.3 overs. This is the second consecutive loss for Lakeba 2 after also losing out to Lakeba 1 by 2 runs.

In day one of competitions Lakeba 1 had won the toss opting to field. They won with 3 for 78 runs off 14 overs while Lakeba 1 were all out for 76 runs off 23.1 overs.

Ono i Lau also secured a win against Komo.

They scored 6 for 70 runs of 22.5 overs while Komo were all out for 69 runs in 20.5 overs. Komo has suffered a loss and a win in two matches. In day 1 of competitions, they won against Oneata and were all out for 175 runs off 40.1 overs.

Day 2: Moce vs Lakeba II

Moce all out for 260 runs off 50 overs vs Lakeba 2 all out for 76 runs off 29.3 overs.

Ono i Lau vs Komo

Komo all out for 69 runs off 20.5 overs vs Ono i Lau 6 for 70 runs off 22.5 overs.

In today's matches: Moce face Oneata while Komo takes on Lakeba 1.





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