Rajesh Gill, the former Ranji Trophy player & Member Indian Cricketers Association, played an instrumental role in the victory of the International Veterans Cricket Association of India against Cricket Wales in the ongoing Marlborough Cup being played in England.
Chasing a good target of 258 runs in the requisite 45 overs, the International Veterans Cricket Association of India started on a disastrous note as opener Rajinder Bhoombla was out on the 2nd ball of the innings.
But Rajesh Gill played a sheet anchor role with Captain Iqbal Khan. They both gave a solid Foundation to the chase and shared 114 runs in between them before Gill was out for 66 in 73 balls studded with12 fours.
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Iqbal Khan played the Captains knocked, and scored a magnificent 120 in 129 balls. International Veterans Cricket Association of India won the thrilling contest on the last ball with five wickets in hand.
Earlier, Cricket Wales scored 257 in 45 overs riding on good Bating by Captain Iwan Rees (60) & Steve Maddock (58). From the bowling side of the International Veterans Cricket Association of India, Iqbal Khan chipped in with three wickets, while Ashwani & D Sharma shared two wickets.
This International tournament is being played in England with teams from India, Wales, England & West Indies participating.