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The Hebou PNG Garamut suffered their second pool match loss at the hand of Pakistan by 145 run.

 

A good come back by Garamuts was in the second half, but got bowled off in the end by Parkistan.

Hebou PNG Garamuts will have to catch their breath at tomorrow’s match with India.

 

Pakistan got off to a solid start opening with their first wicket, after putting on 125 runs.

 

Their second wicket partnership also joined together 72 runs and they were looking solid at 2 wickets to 197 runs in the 39th overs, scoring an excess of 300 runs.

 

But for the Garamuts who had a late comeback, the bowlers restricted Pakistan to 8 wickets to 283 runs.

 

Hebou Garamuts chase started disastrously when Riley Hekure was run out with the first ball of the Garamut’s innings.

 

Partnerships were hard to conquer as Garamuts lost wickets regularly and were eventually bowled out for 138 wickets.

 

Partnerships were hard to come by as the Garamuts lost wickets regularly, to be eventually bowled out for 138 runs.

 

Kiplin Doriga was the only shining light in the Garamuts innings, as he recorded a fluent half-century.

 

Garamuts will take on India in their final pool match tomorrow at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium.

 

The match will be telecasted live on Star Sports Cricket Channel on Hitron starting at 3:30pm PNG time tomorrow.

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