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St Vincent’s MHSS in semis

Published: 08th November 2012 08:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th November 2012 08:57 AM   |  A+A-

St. Vincent’s Matriculation HSS ‘A’ defeated AVM MHSS 37-21 to move into the semifinals of the SVS inter school basketball tournament here on Wednesday.They will take on PS Senior Senior Secondary School next.

The latter gained a walk over. For the winners, Ranjit Francis, Harris Antony and Renalton played well while S Subash impressed in the defence. In the other quaterfinals Sethu Bhaskara MHSS beat Loyola MHSS 52-42 while St Vincent’s MHSS ‘B’ got the better of Le Chatelier. The meet was inaugurated by N Amarnath, former Indian basketball team skipper in the presence of Rev Dr C Wilson, Provincial superior — Southern Indian Province.

TN Ranji squad

L Balaji will lead Tamil Nadu against Karnataka in the Ranji Trophy Group ‘B’ match to be played from Nov 9 to 12.

Team: L Balaji (Captain), KB Arun Karthick, Abhinav Mukund, S Badrinath, D Karthik, R Prasanna, K Shri Vasudeva Das, B Aparajith, R Aushik Srinivas, V Yo Mahesh, J Kaushik, M Mohammed, M Ashwin, M Rangarajan.

TN women win

Tamil Nadu eked out a 78-run win over Goa in the second round league matches of the South Zone Women’s cricket championship at Vijayawada. Karnataka slumped to their second defeat when they went down to Kerala by 27 runs. In another match, medium-pacer Soujanya Nath captured 5 for 20 to star in Hyderabad’s thumping nine-wicket win over hosts Andhra. This was the second successive win for Hyderabad.

Brief score: Tamil Nadu 179/5 (Anusha Prabhakaran 45, Nagarjun Niranjana 41 not out, V Vilasini 24) bt Goa 101 / 9 in 50 overs (MD Sugaragamini 3/200.

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