CRICKET: Pakistan hope to extend good run

Paresh Bhudia (right) of Coast Gymkana Cricket Club looks on as Pakistan Cricket Club's bats man Farouk Ahmed (left) attempts to clear the ball in one of the opening match in the annual NIC Bank Coast Cricket Tournament at the Coast Gymkana Club, February 28, 2017. [PHOTO BY GIDEON MAUNDU/STANDARD].

Newcomers Pakistan Cricket Club hope to extend their good show when they face Shree Cutchi Leva as NIC Bank T20 cricket tournament enter the fourth week tomorrow.

Pakistan cricketers who had gone two matches without a win stunned former Coast League champions Jaffery Sports Club when they beat them last weekend and hopes to extend the new found winning formula tomorrow at Mombasa Sports Club Club. In another match at the same venue, host and unbeaten Mombasa Sports Club play Mombasa Simba in a tie that the former starts as favorites.

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