Stallions outshine the Lions at RBS T20

Defending champions of the RBS T20 Cricket League, Sialkot Stallions, have retained their crown after beating Lahore Lions in the final of the domestic tournament’s 2009 season.

After winning the toss, Lahore Lions decided to bat first at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium last night. Imran Farhat was the highest scoring batsman for the LionsĀ who sent to the pavilion after scoring 47 runs. Twenty whole overs and a loss of eight wickets landed the Lions with a total of 150 runs; a target that was achieved rather easily by their rivals.

Opening Stallion, Imran Nazir was the star of his team who scored 57 runs; highest in the match.

Sialkot Stallions won the game with 4 wickets and 5 balls remaining.

See complete match summary here.

We congratulate the Stallions on their fantastic win and hope they get a place at the 2009 Champions League T20 tournament to be played in India this year. So far, no Pakistani team has been included in the multi-million dollar event on a presumption that Pakistan Cricket has imposed travel restrictions on its players – a claim that PCB denies.

Exclusion of any Pakistani team from the event will result in further isolation of Pakistan Cricket which has been suffering badly due to the security situation back home.

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  3. bekararkhan on May 30th, 2009 @ 1:31 pm

    Why are we so adamant to play in India? Is it because of the money involved? Is it because of still being in the cricketing limelight? Miandad showed his cockroach Muhajir mentality when he said that if the 2011 world cup is not played in Pakistan, it won’t be played anywhere in South Asia since violence exists everywhere. By earlier saying no to IPL, how can we say suddenly say yes to Champions League? Yes, I’m deeply disappointed with Indian cricket authority for not inviting us..but I’m ashamed the way PCB has screwed our cricket.

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