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Nasinu beats Gospel in cricket clash

Rashneel Kumar
Friday, July 18, 2014

NASINU Secondary School recorded a big win over Gospel High School in the Suva Secondary Schools cricket under-18 boys' competition at Albert Park on Wednesday.

Gospel won the toss, sending their opposition to bat, and at the conclusion of their allotted ten overs, Nasinu were seven wickets down for 49 runs.

Ravula was the best for Nasinu with the bat, scoring ten runs, while Imanueli Prasad excelled for Gospel, taking 2-10 off two overs.

In reply, Gospel could only manage 28 runs, before being all out after just nine overs. Although Samu made it to ten unbeaten runs for the batting side, Ravula was once again exceptional for Nasinu, taking an incredible 4-0 off his two overs.

In the end, Nasinu ran out 21-run winners.








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