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Moce, Suva Warriors record win, top respective pools

Arin Kumar
Wednesday, April 16, 2014

MOCE and Suva Warriors topped their respective pools after recording victories on day two of the Cricket Fiji Easter Championship yesterday.

Both teams have two wins each and look confident of booking early spots in the semi-finals.

Moce won the toss and decided to bat against West Tigers and were all out for 188 runs in 39.4 overs.

Just as he did on day one, Maika Kamikamica ended the match as Moce's top run scorer by posting 50 runs.

Moce bowlers then did the damage against West Tigers by bowling them all for 106 runs.

Kamikamica took four wickets for 20 runs in the innings.

In the other match, Suva Warriors also won the toss and batted. They amassed 249 runs with Talwinder Singh top-scoring with 58 against Ono-i-Lau.

In reply, all Ono-i-Lau batsmen were dismissed for 112 runs in just 27.3 overs allowing the Warriors to take a 137 run victory.

In the final match of the day, the Suva Crusaders beat the Cricket Fiji Invitational side by one wicket.

It was the Invitational side that won the toss and sent the Crusaders in to bat and the Capital City side scored 255 runs in their innings.

In reply, the Invitational side failed to reach their target and all their batsmen were bowled out for 192 runs.

Today, Ono-i-Lau takes on the Brisbane Western Districts at Albert Park ground one, the Crusaders face the West Tigers on ground two and Moce will be up against the Invitational side at Buckhurst Park.

All matches begin at 9am.








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