Vikram’s century secures a win for PSBB

Vikram Sateesh’s knock of 111 paved the way for PSBB Millennium to beat Lady Andal VSS by 119 runs in the Suryoday Serenity Cup inter-school U-19 cricket tournament on Wednesday.

Published: 14th June 2018 03:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th June 2018 03:53 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: Vikram Sateesh’s knock of 111 paved the way for PSBB Millennium to beat Lady Andal VSS by 119 runs in the Suryoday Serenity Cup inter-school U-19 cricket tournament on Wednesday.
Brief scores: Velammal International School 265 in 49.2 ovs (Sumesh 80, Gaurav Patel 55, P Saravanan 35, Sai Gowtham 34, Arjun Thapa 3/44, Roshan Kishore Singh 4/36) bt Sethu Bhaskara School 88 in 24.4 ovs (S Surya 3/12).

PSBB Millennium School 316/8 in 50 ovs (Vikram Satheesh 111, Adittya Varadharajan 72, Dipen Chandrakanth 40, R Aadhitya 38, R Anirudh Sheshadri 3/61) bt Lady Andal VSS 197 all out in 41.3 ovs (K Vaidyanathan 35, R Rishi 34, Dipen Chandrakanth 4/27, Ram Narayanan 3/41). Don Bosco 200 in 47.1 ovs (R John Samuel Abhishegh 60, Sunil Krishna 47, S Harish 3/41) lost to Nellai Nadar 201/7 in 47.5 ovs (AP Ananda Kumar 42, S Harish 31, Udesh Milan 31, Anish Upadhyaya 3/44). Vidya Mandir 270 in 49.2 ovs (Ramnath 68, Tarun G 46, S Dhananjay 42, R Kaleeswara 4/38) bt Govt Hr Sec School 151 in 41.1 ovs (R Kaleeswaran 54 n.o, S Sivantharaj 29, R Srikrishnan 4/20, Sunand Subramanian 3/25).
All-round display by Shiva

An all-round display by TS Shiva (81 runs and 4 wickets for 17) was the highlight of Harrington Cricket Academy’s 57-run win over Star Cricket Academy (Trichy) in the final of the Harrington’s U-19 cricket tournament.

Brief scores: Harrington Cricket Academy 159 in 27.4 ovs (TS Shiva 81, Tamilselvan 3/20,  R Vignesh 3/19) bt Star Cricket Academy (Trichy) 102 in 25.1 ovs (Nithin 37,  TS Shiva 4/17,  U Hari 3/21). Best Batsman: Sri Hari (Magnam CA, Salem). Best Bowler: U Hari (HCA). Best all-rounder: Nithin (Star CA). Best fielder: K Nandhi (Unique CA). Promising player: Pasupathy (HCA).

AICF not to bear players’ expense for WC

Riyaz Akbar Ali, Prashant More, Zaheer Pasha, K Sagayabharti have been selected to represent India at the 5th Carrom World Cup in Korea. The tournament will be held from August 24 to 28 in Chuncheon. Selected players are required to submit FC 2, four passport size photographs and bio data highlighting medal winning performances at national and international tournaments. The All India Carrom Federation (AICF) will not bear the expenses of the contingent and therefore players are asked to bear the fee of `1 lakh and remit through NEFT to the federation bank account. Account name: All India Carrom Federation; account no: 10820074678; Bank: State Bank of India; Address: 1494-95, Chandni Chowk, Delhi 110006. Players are asked to report in New Delhi for coaching camp that begins from June 14. Contact: +919971859696, +919990859696.

Pistons cricket coaching

India Pistons Cricket Academy will conduct its annual weekend coaching for boys in the age group of 7 to 17 years at CPT-IPL ground, Taramani, from June 16 to the end of February, 2019.  For details contact 9444756767, 9500089566.

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