In the first of the two semi-finales, the tournament favorites from the Law College met Science College and did not disappoint their supporters as they won by two wickets with 2 overs to spare.
Winning the toss The Science College chose to bat first. That, however, proved to be a precious decision, as they were all out on just 98. Hazrat Gul, who earlier had scored a century in the tournament against the Journalism College could not contribute with much as he was bowled by Mustafa Noori early in the innings. Tail-ender Jalal Nangarhari did some resistant at the end by adding 16 runs to the total. Fawad Rahimi was the pick of the bowlers for the Law College bowlers with his three wickets.
One would have thought a mere target of 98 would reached with ease by the Law College, which has showed disciplined batting throughout the tournament.
That, however, wasn't the case as they too lost wickets regularly and had difficulties chasing the low target. Only Jahid Safi stood firm at the crease and was helped by Fawad Rahimi in end of the innings to secure a spot in the finale for his team.
In the second semi-finale of tournament, the Literature College faced the Agriculture College, where Agriculture College emerged as the winners.
The finale will be played on Tuesday November 1 at 10AM Kabul time at the sports complex of the Kabul University.
Afgcric.com thanks Fazel Qadir Fazly for his contribution to this report