Spinners Rule Day Two of TNCA Plate Group Sr. League Match

With spinners calling the shots, left-armer V Arun, leggie Mihir will have a big role to play for UFCC T Nagar.

Published: 06th April 2016 05:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th April 2016 05:00 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Set a target of 127 to win, India Pistons were 51 for four in 19 overs in their second  essay against UFCC T Nagar on the second day of the TNCA Plate Group senior division league match for the SR Jagannathan Trophy. With spinners calling the shots, left-armer V Arun Kumar and leggie Mihir Hirwani will have a big role to play for UFCC T Nagar.

At CPT-IP: UFCC T Nagar 91 & 230 in 67.4 ovs (Karthikeyan 4/45, M Prabhu 3/78, Suresh Kumar 3/62) vs India Pistons 195 in 61.5 ovs (Vinay Gupta 53; Arun Kumar 3/61, Mihir Hirwani 3/59) & 51/4 in 19 ovs; At SSN: Nelson 347 in 111.1 ovs (Vasanth Saravanan 120, M Suresh Babu 3/56) vs Young Stars 214/3 in 65 ovs (Wilkins Victor 81); At IC-Guru Nanak: IOB 532/6 decl in 107.2 ovs (Robert Fernandez 147 no, Nikhilesh Surendran 93, Aashish Kumar 95, Dinesh Kumar 3/129) vs ICF 245/8 in 70 ovs (Jayachandran 80, Siddharth 5/77).

Swimming Meet

The 10th state level short course swimming championship will be held in Madurai on April 23 and 24 at SDAT, MGR Stadium. Entries close on April 12. For details, contact 9364606090.

Fitness First

The Dalmia Fitness Run/Walkathon, a fitness event for employees of Dalmia Cement Bharat Limited and their family members, will be held on April 9. The event will start at Light House, Marina Beach, and finish at IG Office, Mylapore.

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India Pistons Cricket Academy will conduct a summer camp for boys from April 14 to May 25 at CPT-India Pistons Ground. For details, contact 9500089566, 9444756767.

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