All the way from @Action Central to emergency @Auckland Hospital
Talk of a game gone bad.
Thanks to such caring teammates, specially Ram, Ankit, Deepak, Krishna and Rohit who wasted no time in stopping the game, deciding not to continue, getting me into ambulance and making sure to leave me in hands of Sunshine and doctors at the hospital.
Thanks to Dave for rushing to provide First Aid at the stadium and talking care of matters until the ambulance arrived.
Thanks to Albert and Sarah, the first nursing contacts arriving with the ambulance for making me feel comfortable, helping me in being aware of what to expect and not letting me drown into the sorrows all the way till the emergency ward.
Thanks to Sunshine for rushing to the hospital as soon as she heard about the incident.
Thanks to nurses, orderly, radiologist and doctors at the hospital for taking quick actions and doing the diagnosis in matter is couple of hours.
Thanks to everyone who prayed for my recovery and wellness.🏏🏩🤕
Already feeling like winners @Action Central
Beating top team in the pool gives an unexplainable feeling, specially when it is second time in a row.
Tonight was little different than others. One of good opposition players went down with ankle sprain which was not a pleasant feeling for any of the teams. 🏏 💯
The game tonight turned out to be the best one that most of us played in indoor cricket @Action Central
Beating the top team gives a great kick and boosts the confidence. After winning this match, we became the new Unbeatable in the pool. 🏏💯
What a game we had tonight @Action Central
The great effort put in by the team and the undying spirit resulted into 88 run win. This included setting up the record for highest opening total as well as the highest partnership in the pool, highest score by a team plus the highest score of Flying Sherpas, 192.
Looking forward to more such performances in the future! 🏏💯🎉