Vimal cracks 88 to help City post decent score

Published: 02nd October 2016 12:48 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd October 2016 12:23 PM   |  A+A-

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CHENNAI: R Vimal Kumar’s 88 helped City post 254 in 88.3 overs against Combined Districts in a TNCA Under-14 match held at Villupuram.
Brief scores: City 254 in 88.3 overs (C Saffin 57, R Vimal Kumar 88, Manav Parakh 41, K Subramaniyan 4/76, C Senthil Kumar 4/78) vs Districts.
Districts II win on first innings lead
A Karthick Shankar (3 for 30) and RS Mokit Hariharan (3 for 26) bowled in tandem to help Districts II bag a lead of 105 runs over City III in the drawn match of the TNCA round robin Under-16 tournament. Districts II won on first innings lead.
Brief scores: Districts II 256 in 84.4 overs drew with City III 151 in 78.4 overs (PB Athindra 39, A Karthick Shankar 3/30, RS Mokit Hariharan 3/26).
STC overcome Income Tax to enter final
STC, Pollachi beat Income Tax, Chennai 31-29, 25-16, 25-21 in the men’s semifinals of the 66th Senior State Volleyball Championship held at VOC stadium, Tirunelveli. In the women’s section, Jeppiaar Engineering College got the better of Sports Hostel Excellence 25-22, 25-13, 25-15 to enter the final.
Results: Semifinals: Men: STC, Pollachi bt Income Tax, Chennai 31-29, 25-16, 25-21.
Women: Jeppiaar Engg. bt Sports Hostel Excellence 25-22, 25-13, 25-15.
Madurai swimmers emerge best
Aquatic Association of Madurai won the overall championship in the Michael Memorial 8th state-level age-group swimming championship in Madurai. TDSA Tirunelveli finished runners-up. SDAT Dolphin participants won four of the 16 titles on offer.

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