The Proteas lost to Netherlands, on Sunday, 6 November.
South Africa’s semifinal hopes were dashed after they lost to Netherlands by 13 runs in their T20 World Cup 2022 fixture, at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, on Sunday.
Chasing a target of 159 runs, South Africa was restricted to 145 for eight in 20 overs, with Brandon Glover taking a 3-wicket haul for Netherlands.
In the meantime, Fred Klaassen and Bas de Leede took 2 wickets each. Rilee Rossouw top-scored for South Africa with a knock of 25 runs off 19 balls. Initially, Colin Ackermann was in blistering form and smacked an unbeaten knock of 41 runs off 26 balls, helping his side post 158 for four in 20 overs.
Ackermann’s unbeaten knock also included 3 fours and 2 sixes. Opener Stephan Myburgh also played a crucial knock of 37 runs off 30 balls, including 7 fours. Meanwhile, Keshav Maharaj took 2 wickets for South Africa.
Major Reshuffling as 22 Companies, Including Khulna Printing, Yeakin Polymers, Enter ‘Z’ Category Deals
In a recent development, ten companies have undergone a change in their categories, transitioning to the ‘Z’ category in the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE). The information comes from official sources from DSE.
The companies affected by this reclassification include Alltex Industries, Aramit Cement, Aziz Pipes, Delta Spinning, FAS Finance and Investment Limited, GBB Power Limited, Intech Limited, International Leasing, Keya Cosmetics, Khulna Printing, National Tea, Premier Leasing, Regent Textile, Ring Shine Textile, Safko Spinning, Standard Ceramics, Dacca Dyeing, Union Capital, Uttara Finance and Investment Limited, Yeakin Polymer, and Zahintex Industries Limited.
Effective from today (18th February), trading for these companies in the ‘Z’ category has commenced.
Sources reveal that these companies have been transferred to the ‘Z’ category due to their inability to hold the annual general meeting (AGM) within the stipulated time, remaining closed for more than six months, and having higher liabilities than assets.
Before this update, there were 27 companies in the ‘Z’ category at the DSE. With the addition of 22 more companies, the total number of companies in the ‘Z’ category has now reached 49.
It is noteworthy that companies failing to hold the AGM within the specified time, remaining closed for more than six months, or having higher liabilities than assets are moved to the ‘Z’ category after undergoing the necessary scrutiny and reevaluation.
Bangladesh Makes History: Clinches First T20I Win on New Zealand Soil
In a historic moment, Bangladesh secured their maiden T20I victory on New Zealand soil, achieving a memorable five-wicket win in Napier on Wednesday. Spearheaded by Shoriful Islam’s impressive three-wicket performance and Litton Das’s unbeaten 42, the Tigers successfully chased down a challenging target of 135. Despite facing setbacks with regular wicket falls, Litton Das displayed resilience, guiding Bangladesh to victory with eight balls to spare.
The early departure of Rony Talukdar (10) in the second over set the tone, followed by Najmul Hossain Shanto’s confident start (19) that couldn’t materialize, and Soumya Sarkar’s promising innings (22) cut short by a stunning delivery from Ben Sears. Towhid Hridoy (18) and Afif Hossain (1) fell quickly, but Mahedi Hasan (19*) held firm, eventually hitting the winning shot off Adam Milne.
Bangladesh’s bowlers set the stage for success by limiting New Zealand to their lowest T20I total against them – 134 for nine. Mahedi struck early, and Shoriful’s two-wicket burst in the second over put the Black Caps in a precarious position at 2 for 3. Contributions from Mahedi and Mustafizur Rahman, who took two wickets each, further stymied the hosts. Despite efforts from James Neesham (48) and Mitchell Santner (23) to rebuild, the total proved insufficient against Bangladesh’s determined pursuit.
This triumph signifies a significant turnaround for Bangladesh, marking their first-ever white-ball victories in New Zealand. With two consecutive victories on Kiwi soil, Bangladesh has etched a new chapter in their cricketing history.
India Signals Mayday as Aussies Secure Victory
In anticipation of ending their decade-long quest for a major ICC trophy win, a fervent crowd gathered at the Narendra Modi Stadium, expecting India to secure victory. However, it was Australia who dominated the day, showcasing a stellar bowling performance that restricted India to 240 runs. Travis Head’s remarkable century ultimately led Australia to their sixth ICC Cricket World Cup title, marking a triumphant moment in a remarkable year for Pat Cummins’ team across various formats.
Australia faced an early challenge in pursuit of the 241-run target, losing key wickets, including David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, and Steven Smith. Yet, a resilient partnership between Travis Head and Marnus Labuschagne became the turning point. Head’s spectacular century, complemented by Labuschagne’s steadfast half-century, secured Australia’s victory with six wickets and seven overs to spare.
Earlier, in a high-stakes match, Australia won the toss and chose to bowl. Inspired by captain Rohit Sharma, India made a dynamic start, but key wickets, including Rohit Sharma and Shreyas Iyer, shifted the momentum. Virat Kohli and KL Rahul stabilized the innings, helping India reach a competitive total. However, Australia’s bowling attack, led by Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, and Josh Hazlewood, proved effective, restricting India to 240.
The second innings witnessed a thrilling start, with David Warner’s aggressive play and a dramatic early wicket by Mohammed Shami. Despite a spirited effort by India’s bowlers, Travis Head and Marnus Labuschagne’s partnership steered Australia to victory. The article highlights the pivotal moments of the match, emphasizing the dominance of Australia’s bowlers and the outstanding batting performance of Travis Head.
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