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February 10, 2013
Mountaineers 103 for 3 (Pettini 40) beat Mashonaland Eagles 106 (Mufudza 4-14, Mushangwe 2-20) by seven wickets (D/L method)
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details
Mountaineers cruised to a seven-wicket win against the Mashonaland Eagles in the final of the Domestic T20 Competition at the Harare Sports Club. After dismantling Eagles' batting order and dismissing them for 106, Mountaineers chased the revised target of 103 in the 18th over.
Choosing to bat first, the Eagles lost their first three wickets - Cephas Zhuwao, Sikandar Raza and Chamu Chibhabha - to Tapiwa Mufudza within the first six overs, finding themselves in trouble at 36 for 3. Stuart Matsikanyeri and Regis Chakabva put on 44 off 45 for the fourth wicket but once their partnership was broken, the Mountaineers got on top of them and skittled the remaining six wickets for 23 runs.
Due to a rain interruption, the revised target for Mountaineers was 103 in 19 overs. Mark Pettini got them off to a flying start but lost his opening partner Kevin Kasuza. Tino Mawoyo and Pettini then put on 50 in 33 balls but both of them fell in quick succession. With only 23 more to win, Timycen Maruma and Greg Lamb finished the match with 11 balls to spare to become the T20 champions.
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