Rain plays spoilsport
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Rain plays spoilsport

September 6, 2017

The fourth match of the Karbonn Smartphones Karnataka Premier League 2017, powered by Cycle Pure Agarbathies, between Namma Shivamogga and Ballari Tuskers, the defending champions, was abandoned without a ball bowled after relentless rain made play impossible at the SDNR Wadiyar Stadium at Manasagangothri, yesterday.

It began drizzling shortly before toss, scheduled at 6.45pm, and soon, the drizzle turned into an outright downpour. It never abated, making even an inspection impossible. With no sign of rain relenting, the match was soon abandoned at 8.15  pm.

Shivamogga and Ballari shared a point each. It meant all teams are now on the points board, with Mysuru enjoying a view from the top of the table with four points after two matches.

The fans have the option of either getting their tickets refunded or exchanging these tickets for single-headers on another day. They can exercise these options at the box office at the SDNR Wadiyar Stadium. As for fans, who redeemed their tickets can get it refunded at the box office counters.

Those fans who had purchased tickets online, the amount will be refunded back to their respective accounts.

Today’s Match

Kalyani Bengaluru Blasters Vs Hubli Tigers, 3 pm

Venue: SDNR Wadiyar Stadium, Manasagangothri, Mysuru.

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