Rain thwarts the DareDevils and Warriors
Felix Austin | cricket20
The Delhi DareDevils hopes of avoiding a last place finish were thwarted by persistent heavy rain which forced their clash against the Pune Warriors to be abandoned at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi.
Having won the toss the DareDevils had reached 56-3 at the start of the 11th over when persistent drizzle forced the players to leave the pitch fall at 20.48 local time.

The rain got gradually heavier as the night when on leaving the umpires with no choice but to abandoned the game at 22.32 local time; both receive one point which leaves the DareDevils in last place just behind the Warriors who also finish on 9 points.

With nothing to play for the DareDevils innings never really got going with only David Warner playing any significant role scoring 19 runs before the ran started to fall.

Warner hit 1 boundary and 2 sixes which proved to be the only highlight of dull innings from a side with absolutely nothing to play for before the rain thankfully brought a premature end to the game.
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