Maharaja Trophy: Magnificent Rohan Patil Ton Seals Big 9-wicket Win For Gulbarga Mystics Against Mysore Warriors

Maharaja Trophy: Magnificent Rohan Patil ton seals huge 9-wicket triumph to Gulbarga Mystics against Mysore Warriors

Mysore 12 August : Gulbarga Mystics’ opening batter Rohan Patil performed a spectacular display on Thursday evening, scoring a stunning hundred against Mysore Warriors in a rain-hit game.
Patil’s attack helped the Mystics score a comprehensive 9-wicket victory.Patil reached 50 off just 15 balls, surpassed 100 in 42 deliveries, hitting six Sixes and 10 fours up to that point.He finished unbeaten on 112.

 Maharaja Trophy: Magnificent Rohan Patil Ton Seals Big 9-wicket Win For Gulbarga Mystics Against Mysore

In the first innings, after the rain delayed the toss and the Mysore Warriors got off to an excellent start with the two openers in good form Karun Nair and Nihal Ullal scoring at a decent rate.They were cruising at 10 runs per over or so prior to the skipper was ruled out for 18.

Nihal and Naga Bharath attempted to maintain the momentum, but they were the first to fall in the course of the game, and walked back to the hut in the 9th over.Gulbarga Mystics had applied the brakes for a short time but Pavan Deshpande stepped in and took the attack right from the start.

Deshpande who is able to make the most of his long-handle He scored 41 in rapid time He hit four boundaries, and also a six.He as well as Bharath also scored 63 in an important combination prior to Deshpande was dismissed.

The tee-off area was designed to be used by the Warriors.Bharath and Shivraj S made the total over 150 before the latter was dismissed after 35.Shivraj (17*) and Shubhang Hegde (5*) added to the score with the Warriors taking 160/4 in 19 overs.

In the retaliation, it was absolute destruction from Gulbarga Mystics opener Rohan Patil who scored 32 runs in the second over off Vidyadhar Patil, hitting four sixes as well as two fours in the over.

Jeswath Acharya on opposite was the most comfortable seat in the home, but he could not remain in for long because he went out for three in the fourth over with the score at 49.

Then at the close of the fifth over Patil hit his half-century in 15 balls, which is the fastest of the tournament to date with five fours and four sixes in the space of a minute.He was in not a will to slow down and was smashing three fours and six in the next over after KL Shrijith occupied his place at the other end.

The Mystics were 80/1 in 6 overs and looked at a great chance of an important win as Patil was not in the mood to give any bowler.A timeout and a few turns followed, Shrijith too joined the party, and Patil was close to a stunning century.The 13th over was when Patil made his century in 42 deliveries with his team almost crossing the line.

Patil scored his century-long with a partnership with Shrijith (46*) with a six, before concluding the match with a boundary shortly after the beginning of the 15th over.

Brief Scores: Mysore Warriors – 160/4 in 19 overs (Pavan Deshpande – 41 ), Naga Bharath 35, Nihal Ullal – 27, Karun Nair – 18, Manoj Bhandage – 1/18, Karthik CA – 1/28, Abhilash Shetty – 1/40) lost by 9 wickets to Gulbarga Mystics – 162/1 in 14.1 overs (Rohan Patil 112* K Shrijith – 46*, Shubhang Hegde – 1/22)


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