TN Earn Three Points, Enter Semis

Published: 02nd January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd January 2015 06:00 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: B Rahul’s 65 for Tamil Nadu in their second essay was the feature of the drawn match against Maharashtra on the final day of the CK Nayudu trophy tournament. The hosts were 226 for 4 in 67 overs in their second innings when play ended. Rahul and Shahrukh (59) added 106 runs in 27.5 overs for the third wicket. Tamil Nadu got three points by virtue of their first innings lead. Tamil Nadu along with Kerala qualified for the knock-out  stage in the Elite A group.

B-Rahul's.jpgBrief scores: Tamil Nadu 216 and 226/4 in 67 overs (B Rahul 65, Shahrukh Khan 59) drew with  Maharashtra 131. Points: Tamil Nadu 3 (13); Maharashtra 1(10).

Pallavi Shines

Pallavi Bharadwaj’s 4 for 18 helped Madhya Pradesh to beat Tamil Nadu by eight wickets in the quarterfinals of the BCCI-Women Senior one-dayers at Hyderabad.

Brief scores: Tamil Nadu 87 in 42.4 overs (Pallavi Bharadwaj 4-18) lost to Madhya Pradesh 88/2 34 overs (Nuzhat Parween 34 n.o).

St Bede’s in Final

Mohammed Adnan Khan’s 50 enabled St.Bede’s AIHSS ‘A’, Mylapore to beat St.Patrick’s AIHSS, Adyar by nine runs in the semifinals of the TNCA-Hercules Roadeo City schools U-14 tournament for B Somasundaram Trophy.

Brief scores: St.Bede’s AIHSS ‘A’, Mylapore 101/6 in 25 overs (Mohammed Adnan Khan 50) bt St.Patrick’s AIHSS, Adyar 92/8 in 25 overs (Joel Anthony Schellito 3/21).


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