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TN Women Beat Rajasthan

Published: 09th December 2014 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th December 2014 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu beat Rajasthan by 37 runs in the BCCI senior women’s one-day Plate A match in Goa.

Brief scores: TN 136/9 in 50 ovs (MS Shailaja 39, RA Dhar 3-30, PD Dimri 3-23) bt Rajasthan 99 in 43.3 ovs (D Hemalatha 4-16, V Vilasini 3-14). Points: TN 4, Rajasthan 0.

Sharon Shines

Sharon Mary Cherian of The Schram Academy, Maduravoyal, excelled in her group with four gold medals in the 6th TSA inter-school swimming meet, held at SDAT Dolphin Swimming Academy. Chettinad Vidyashram emerged champions.

Prema Kumar, general secretary, Madras Sevasadan, was the chief guest and gave away the prizes.

Boys: Group I: Akash Vimal (DAV Boys SS, Gopalapuram). Group II: R Bhargav (PSBB SS, Nungambakkam). Group III: H Ahmed Azraq (Chettinad Vidyadhram). Group IV: Rrishith Gnanasekhar (Chettinad Vidyashram). Group V: R Surya (Velammal Vidyashram). Girls: Group I: Ipshitha Balaji & Malavika Harikumar (Chennai Public School). Group II: Sharon Mary Cherian (The Schram Academy, Maduravoyal). Group III: Smruthi Mahalingam (Chettinad Vidyashram). Group IV: Disha Sharma (DAV SS, Mogappair). Group V: PKRR Mahalaxmi (Chettinad  Vidyashram).

Thiruvallur Meet

PC Sathiyanarayanan’s seven for 32 helped OCF get the better of MFL by 173 runs in the Lucas TVS TNCA-Thiruvallur DCA Trophy.



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