Victoria Club went well in their first match in Super Six when they trounced Young Pegasus by 58 runs at BNS ground today. The club, stepped into its hundredth year in 2002, won the match quite convincingly after winning the vital toss in the morning. White ball and colored dresses were introduced for the first time in the history of Dhaka League today.

In response to Victoria's 237 all out from 48.5 overs, Pegasus were bundled out for 179. Victoria's Kenyan recruit Thomas Odayo caused an early havoc in the Pegasus top order, removing three batsmen with the score on 40. Later, Hasanuzzaman and Jamal Faisal tried to consolidate by putting 41 runs from the next wicket, but, couldn't came out off the damage.

Jamal Faisal (56) made the highest total for his team, where Hasanuzzaman contributed with 20. Some good knocks from the tail provided by Mahbub Alam (21) and Mohammed Shahajada (20 not out) took Pegasus off to 179 when Sajjad Ahmed clean bowled the last man Saifullah Khan. Odayo chipped in with a haul of 3 wickets giving away only 23 from his 8 overs. Leg spinner Alok Kapali captured 3 for 41.

Victoria lost Parvej Ahmed with the score on just 5, but Al-Sahariar (83), partnered with Jahangir Alam (29), put up a solid stand of 116 runs in the following wicket and the bulk of those runs came off Sahariar's willow. The ace opener slashed 9 boundaries in his valiant innings before Mahbub eliminated him.

Skipper Khaled Masud chipped in well while he made 39 off 52 deliveries, and Sajjad Ahmed came up with his cameo 28 off 27 in the sixth wicket. With these vital contribution, Victoria set up a fighting total of 237 and of course came on to the field pretty optimistically with their formidable bowling attack.

Al-Sahariar was undoubtedly adjudged the man-of-the-match for his brilliant show with his willow. Umpires Nadir Shah and S. Mahbubullah operated the match where A.K.M. Ahsanur Rahman Mallik Rony acted as the scorer in this significant match.