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Kiplin Doroga stumping vs Scotland: Watch PNG wicket-keeper affects outstanding stumping to dismiss Richie Berrington

Dixit Bhargav

Kiplin Doroga stumping vs Scotland: Watch PNG wicket-keeper affects outstanding stumping to dismiss Richie Berrington

Kiplin Doroga stumping vs Scotland: Papua New Guinea’s wicket-keeper was seen affecting an outstanding piece of stumping.

During the third match of the ongoing ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2 between Scotland and Papua New Guinea at Aberdeen, Papua New Guinea wicket-keeper Kiplin Doroga put on display an exceptional brand of wicket-keeping to dismiss Scotland middle-order batsman Richie Berrington.

It all happened on the second delivery of the 41st over when Berrington missed an attempt to late cut a Chad Soper delivery. With the ball bouncing off the wicket-keeper’s gloves, Berrington thought of sneaking a single.

Quick to realize the same, Doroga collected the ball in the second attempt and dislodged the bails. The fact he completed the whole dismissal in a jiffy speaks highly of his alertness. With Berrington short of his crease, he had to take the long walk back to the pavilion.

Coming in to bat at No. 5 in the 28th over, Berrington ended up scoring 22 (32) with the help of two fours before getting out. While Berrington’s dismissal saw PNG coming back into the match, a mediocre 206-run target didn’t cause much trouble for Scotland despite them sealing the chase in the penultimate over.

Having scored his 15th ODI half-century, Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer top-scored for his team with 96 (123) with the help of nine fours and two sixes. Scotland spinner Hamza Tahir (10-0-37-4) and all-rounder Michael Leask (10-1-37-3) were the best bowlers for Scotland in the match.

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Dixit Bhargav

Dixit Bhargav


Born and brought up in Pathankot, Dixit Bhargav is an engineering and sports management graduate who works as a Cricket Editor at The SportsRush. Having written more than 10,000 articles across more than five years at TSR, his first cricketing memory dates back to 2002 when former India captain Sourav Ganguly had waved his jersey at the historic Lord’s balcony. What followed for an 8-year-old was an instant adulation for both Ganguly and the sport. The optimist in him is waiting for the day when Punjab Kings will win their maiden Indian Premier League title. When not watching cricket, he is mostly found in a cinema hall watching a Punjabi movie.

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