East Bengal Club Champion in CAB Knock Out One Day Tournament

East Bengal Club Champion in CAB Knock Out One Day Tournament

East Bengal Club CAB Knock Out One Day Tournament Champion
Final match
East Bengal Club vs. Kalighat Club
Eden Gardens (26.05.2022)
Kalighat Club batted first and scored 198 runs for the loss of 10 wickets in 48.1 overs.
Soham Ghosh 2, Shreyan Chakraborty 2, Sourav Mandal 2 wickets.
East Bengal Club scored 198 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in 35.5 overs.
Ranjit Singh Kharia 94, Sudip Kumar Gharami 72 runs.
Man of the Match is Ranjit Singh Kharia of East Bengal Club.
East Bengal Club defeated Kalighat Club by 6 wickets to become the CAB Knock Out One Day Tournament Champion.
With this, 14 times East Bengal Club became the champion in CAB Knock Out One Day Tournament. The last time they became champions was in 2014-2015.
Three matches in two consecutive days - semifinals and two finals. But the indomitable perseverance, patience, concentration and fighting of the players easily made the East Bengal Club champions in two tournaments. Behind all this, the contribution of club officials including coach Pranab Nandi and cricket secretary Manas Roy is immense. East Bengal Club has also reached the semi-finals of the First Division League. The opponent there is Kalighat Club. The club handed over fifty thousand rupees to the players on the success of the cricket team of East Bengal club. After becoming the team champions today, all the players and club officials including captain Soham Ghosh and coach Pranab Nandi hoisted the club flag in the club tent.

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