Cricket: Coast cricket league resumes

Coast Gymkana Cricket Club players celebrates as Ilfan Kuresh (right) of Pakistani Cricket Club walks out of the pitch after being bowled out in one of the opening matches of the annual NIC Bank Cricket Cup Tournament at the Coast Gymkana Club, February 28, 2017. [PHOTO BY GIDEON MAUNDU/STANDARD].

Coast Gymkhana Sports Club will hope to spring to second position when Coast 50 overs cricket league resume tomorrow. Gymkhana host Shree Cutchi Leva starting at 10am.

 Mombasa Sports Club who have played eight matches are top with Burhani Sports Club perched second on the log from five matches.

Coast Gymkhana have six points from three matches and a win will see them climb to the second position. The 2016/17 league was put on hold to pave way for the NIC Bank T20 which was jointly won by Gymkhana and Shree Cutchi. [Ernest Ndunda]

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