Northern demolish Sindh to win Quaid-e-Azam title for the first time

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Northern demolish Sindh to win Quaid-e-Azam title for the first time

Northern Plains convincingly beat defending champions Southern Sindh by 7 wickets to clinch the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy of Cricket, their first major trop

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Northern Plains convincingly beat defending champions Southern Sindh by 7 wickets to clinch the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy of Cricket, their first major trophy of the Pakistan Cricket Board circuit.

In a thrilling final finish, Northern Plains dominated the proceedings throughout the match and earned the silverware for the first time in their 83-year history. The team showed nerves of steel and the never say die attitude of players throughout the tournament.

After the toss, Northern Plains skipper Hassan Ali won the toss and elected to field first. Southern Sindh started off their innings slowly and failed to score big against the tight bowling of Northern Plains. Hassan Ali and his team bowled very economical spells, Pakistan’s premier bowler Mohammad Amir taking a wicket to restrict Southern Sindh to 218.

In response, Northern Plains opened the innings with top order batsman Haris Sohail who played a brilliant knock of 80 off 121 balls helping his team to set the winning total. Bisath, who also scored his maiden double hundred in the tournament, remain unbeaten for 103 off 211 balls, helping his team post a score of 219 with seven wickets in hand.

Northern Plains’ fielding and bowling display had been outstanding throughout the tournament, and in the final they rewarded their fans with the Quaid-e-Azam title.

The members of the winning team were showered with appreciation and congratulated on the win to the ecstatic crowds. The victory was seen as a sign of resurgence in cricket in Northern Plains and would be an inspiration for players all over Pakistan.

Northern took Quaid-e-Azam title for the first time

Northern lifted the Quaid-e-Azam title for the first time in their history on Sunday when they crushed Sindh in National Women’s Cricket Championship Final.

Northern Dominate

Northern overcame a strong Sindh side with a dominating display of cricket. Batting first, Northern posted 147/8 in their allotted 20 overs as Nida Dar scored a brilliant 67 off 49 balls. In reply, Sindh were restricted to 121/9 in their 20 overs and handed the trophy to Northern.

Bowlers hold their nerves

In the second innings, Northern bowlers held their nerves and consistently put the pressure on Sindh’s batters. Veteran Waqar Younis claimed five wickets for 27 runs from her four overs and was adjudged the player of the match. In addition, batter Nida Dar was also named player of the tournament for her spectacular performances throughout the tournament.

Spectacular performances

Throughout the tournament, Northern displayed some spectacular performances and quality cricket from both their batters and bowlers. Led by Sanaa Shah, the team put up a consistent display to win the Quaid-e-Azam trophy for the first time ever.

Key Takeaways

  • Northern won the Quaid-e-Azam title for the first time.
  • Nida Dar was adjudged player of the tournament and Waqar Younis of the match.
  • Northern dominated with both bat and ball to win the title.

Northern achieved something spectacular and this win will go a long way in inspiring the young girls in cricket. Congratulations to Northern and a big thank you to all the players and team management for this success.

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