TNPL 2019: Madurai Panthers defeat Trichy Warriors in Super Over

Siechem Madurai Panthers (SMP) put their Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) campaign back on track with a nail-biting victory in the Super Over after their duel against Ruby Trichy Warriors (RTW) ended in a tie at the NPR College Ground, Dindigul, Wednesday. Continue Reading

TNPL: Kanchi Veerans beat Tuti Patriots by 58 runs

Captain Baba Aparajith (76 not out) and opener S Siddharth (50) shone with the bat as VB Kanchi Veerans thrashed Tuti Patriots by 58 runs in the Sankar Cement Tamil Nadu Premier League Season 4 at the ICL Sankar Nagar Ground here on Tuesday. Continue Reading

Hari Nishaanth and Jagadeesan sink Karaikudi

Dindigul Dragons’ openers C Hari Nishaanth and Narayan Jagadeesan rewrote the record books of the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) with their 161-run partnership to down iDream Karaikudi Kaalai by 10 wickets at the Sankar Nagar ground, here on Monday. Continue Reading

Tuti Patriots edges out Kovai in TNPL

Tuti Patriots withstood a belligerent charge from Anthony Dhas to upstage Lyca Kovai Kings by six runs in a rain-affected Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) match at the NPR College ground, here on Thursday.
After Tuti Patriots rained a record number of sixes to post 155-5 in 13 overs, LKK lost three wickets in the first 10 balls. But Dhas made a bold bid for victory and between 7th and 12th over, clobbered seven sixes and two fours in a 26-ball blitz of 63 runs. Continue Reading

Sanjay Yadav & Sathish help Kanchi win

The 24-year-old Yadav, who was signed up by Kolkata Knight Riders in 2017, unleashed a power-packed 95 off 60 balls, laden with seven fours and six sixes, as VBKV powered to 177-4 in 20 overs. In reply, iDKK were skittled for 67 all out in 14.4 overs. It was iDKK’s lowest score of the league with their previous lowest being 110-9 against Chepauk Super Gillies in 2017. Continue Reading

TNPL: Chepauk Super Gillies’ Alexandar bags five wickets for 9

While opener Aravind holed out to Murugan Ashwin at cover point, Sathyanarayanan was trapped leg-before. Maaruthi Raghav (5) tried to beat Alexandar’s spin with a flick, but was trapped in front of the middle stump. Ganapathy (2), who was struggling in the middle, was his fourth victim. The right-handed batsman hit a flighted ball straight at the bowler to bring his uncomfortable stay to an end. Continue Reading