Unstoppable DATCO beat SP Warriors to clinch title [CricInfo] 13 Sep, 2017

Unstoppable DATCO beat SP Warriors to clinch title - ESPNcricinfo Unstoppable DATCO beat SP Warriors to clinch title --> < > MenuESPN ScoresAll cricket scores, fixtures and results here. More ESPNEdition Unstoppable DATCO beat SP Warriors to clinch title8m'I deserve a break' - Shakib3dMohammad IsamTest record-holder and World Cup winner Jan Brittin dies aged 5821hESPNcricinfo staffIbrahim Khaleel to lead USA in Auty Cup2dPeter Della PennaWho has scored the most Test runs without bowling?1dSteven LynchSLC looks to get de Silva, Jayawardene on board2dAndrew Fidel FernandoAustralia's female cricketers leap ahead in pay race3dIs Kohli up there with Tendulkar and Richards as an ODI batsman?3dKartikeya DateUmesh, Shami return to India ODI squad3dSteven Taylor out as USA captain3dPeter Della PennaYounis Khan snubs PCB's grand farewell plans2dDanyal RasoolHere's what the BCCI must do with its cash3dSharda Ugra-->Unstoppable DATCO beat SP Warriors to clinch titleFacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerEmailcomment8:08 AM ETESPN Staff FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintcommentA brilliant spell by M Sufyan, followed by an excellent performance in the field, led to DATCO taking the trophy after a nail-biting finish saw them win by five runs against Warriors.Even after DATCO had chalked up an achievable target of 76, owing much to a middle-order rescue, there was still the feeling that the target was well within Warrior's compass.Earlier in the day, DATCO batted with caution after losing two early wickets, but that didn't stop Nasir from starting his innings with a six over long-on. Nasir and Waqar built a partnership of 33 before they were dismissed off consecutive balls in the fourth over. Mehrban and the rest of the batting order relied on rotating the strike to put on 76.In reply, Warriors started solidly with their left-right batting combination keeping the DATCO fielders on the move. They found the boundaries on regular intervals till they reached 54 for no loss; then both batsmen mistimed shot and fell in the same over. From there, the Warriors' middle order couldn't recover. M Sufiyan took wickets regularly to restrict them well under the target at 71 for 6.FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerEmailcommentSponsored Headlines Comments ABOUT COOKIES We use cookies to offer an improved online experience. By clicking 'OK' without changing your settings you are giving your consent to receive cookies. OK

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