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WEEK 5 MCA BEAT REPORT: Dominating individual and team performances to the fore
  • Nishit Patel
  • 2019-06-07
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With impending rain threatening to ruin another weekend of games, the weather gods had some leniency this time around as all 6 games scheduled for the weekend were played out in Match Week 5. The early season table is already beginning to take shape - how many teams will continue their perfect starts to the season? Can those without any victories begin to notch some wins under their belts?Markham Lynx vs SunrisersSunrisers won the toss and put in Markham Lynx to bat, trusting their strong bowli[...]

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WEEK 4 MCA BEAT REPORT: Another close game despite rain playing spoilsport
  • Nishit Patel
  • 2019-06-05
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The intervention of rainy weather meant that only 2 games were possible during Match Week 4 (one of which was shortened) - there was still plenty of game time to throw up another nail-biter...---Golden Sports vs Markham LynxThe first game of the weekend was reduced to 20 overs a side as the outfield was damp from the heavy rains on the Saturday. The Lynx vindicated their decision to bowl first by removing the Golden Sports Captain (Ajanth Nadarajah) and team top scorer Eric Prathap within the f[...]

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WEEK 3 MCA BEAT REPORT: A match-winning century, lopsided wins and a photo finish
  • Nishit Patel
  • 2019-05-22
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Match Week 3 in the MCA had it all this past weekend - dominating performances and tight finishes. The weather is slowly warming up as the summer kicks in, and the games didn't take long to heat things up to match. The quality of the groundskeeping by the City of Markham paid off with the two highest totals this season being set on the same ground. Our MCA Beat Reporter was there to witness it all...Lopsided winsKCC vs MKCCTwo stalwarts of the league faced off on what started off as a chill[...]

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Week 2 - When there is a will there is a way
  • MCA Beat Writer
  • 2019-05-17
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With the spring season slowly winding down, the week 2 offered a much better weather condition that resulted in only one game being cancelled. Relatively a far better cry than the first week in terms of number of games being cancelled. Pitches lacking bounce and subsequently affecting the morning games in particular, some light rolling has helped us get those games underway with minimal delay. Nail-biting finishes: One thing we learnt early on into the season is that there are no such[...]

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