Saravanan Hogs Limelight

Published: 27th April 2016 06:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th April 2016 06:57 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: S Saravanan’s 82 helped Twentieth Century Club beat Rising Stars Cricket Club by six wickets in a Third Division A Zone league match of the TNCA.

Brief scores: III Division A: Rising Stars Cricket Club 157 in 44.1 ovs (Manoj Sai 83; Chaman Singh 4/35, S Prithveer 4/39) lost to Twentieth Century Club 162/4 in 36.2 ovs (S Saravanan 82).

V Division B: State Bank of India Recreation Club 148 in 41.2 ovs (V Vijaysarathi 59 no) lost to Triplicane Cosmopolitan Club 151/6 in 26 ovs; Jubilee Cricket Club 266/8 in 50 ovs (Athreya Mukunthan 75) bt TV Sivaprakasam Memorial Sports Club 210 in 47.3 ovs (R Mohan 51).

Siddarth Cracks 51

Siddarth Prakash’s 51 enabled Unique CA to beat PSCA by 66 runs in the NCCA U-12 cricket meet.

Brief scores: Unique CA 158/4 in 23 ovs (Siddarth Prakash 51, Pradeep 50; Bharathwaj 3/24) bt PSCA 92/8 in 23 ovs; St Joseph’s 108/6 in 25 ovs (Pavan 25, Anush 47) lost to Kedar CA 109/3 in 17 ovs (Anish 39, Aarav 30); MAS CA 98/4 in 20 ovs (Aishek 26) lost to PSCA 99/7 in 20 ovs (Koushik 30).

Athletics Campion

The 14th annual St Joseph’s athletics coaching camp is underway at St Joseph’s College of Engineering, and will go on till May 15. About 300 athletes are being trained by expert coaches.

Hindustan Eagles Win

Hindustan Eagles beat RBI 3-1 in a St Joseph’s CFA Senior Division league match.

Results: Senior Division:  Hindustan Eagles 3-1 RBI; ICF 1-0 Indian Bank; First Division: Eleven Warriors 7-0 Challengers Union.

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