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Khaled’s 11-for Secures East Zone’s BCL Title Triumph

East Zone are the new Bangladesh Cricket Association (BCL) champions, getting their hands on the prize in the wake of overcoming North Zone by an innings and 112 runs in the last round of matches in the competition, which finished on Wednesday.

East Zone 352 (Mominul 117, Emon 90, Shahadat 56, Nahid 4-68, Murad 3-83) beat North Zone 108 (Rejaur 4-40, Khaled 4-40) and 132 (Khaled 7-50) by an innings and 112 runs

Khaled Ahmed was the champion entertainer for East Zone, as he finished an 11-wicket match take to take East to triumph in Sylhet. The 11 wickets made it a diagram-besting 18 wickets for Khaled in only two games in the BCL, well in front of second-set Abu Hider of Focal Zone, who returned 12 wickets in three games.

After East won the throw and selected to field, Rejaur Rahman Raja and Khaled returned indistinguishable figures of 4 for 40 in the primary North innings to bowl them out for 108, with Abdullah Al Mamun’s 26 the best individual exertion for North. East’s answer was driven by Mominul Haque, who scored 117 in just shy of four hours, and Parvez Hossain Emon, whose 90 came in 200 balls in north of four hours of batting. Shahadat Hossain likewise contributed with a speedy 56.

Behind by 244 runs, North required a more grounded batting show, yet after a consistent beginning from Mahmudul Hasan Bliss and Sabbir Hossain, which took them to 43 by the eighth over, it began to go downhill. Abu Jayed got the principal wicket, of Happiness, and it was over to Khaled after that to go through the batting with returns of 7 for 50. Rejaur took his coordinate count to six with the wickets of Pritom Kumar and North commander Akbar Ali.

East, who had previously beaten Focal by seven wickets in the wake of drawing their opener against South Zone, completed on 20 focuses, twofold that of second-put Focal.

Focal Zone 248 (Naeem 89, Ankon 66, Sumon 3-63, Nayeem 3-66) and 16 for 0 (Naim 14*) beat South Zone 214 (Moin 75, Shohidul 3-31) and 49 for 9 (Hider 4-6, Shohidul 3-7) by ten wickets

A sensational batting breakdown in their subsequent innings cost South an opportunity to make a match of it against Focal, who expected to pursue only 16 runs in the fourth innings after South just overseen 49, having surrendered a 34-run first-innings lead.

Requested to bat, South set up 214, with great hands from Moin Khan (75) and Fazle Mahmud (46), as Shohidul Islam, Hider, and Shuvagata Hom all got among the wickets.

Focal’s batting exertion wasn’t greatly improved, however sufficient to get them a lead, as they scored 248. Naeem Islam drove the way with an 181-ball 89, while Mahidul Islam Ankon scored 66.

In any case, there was basically no opposition from the South in their subsequent innings. Opener Prantik Nawrose Nabil batted ten balls prior to going off, and the parade was on. Hider got four, Shohidul three, and Salauddin Sakil two. Mohammad Naim then continued to knock off the necessary runs in only one over.

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