Tamil Nadu clinch South Zone overall title

Tamil Nadu won the overall title in the 49th Central Revenue South Zone sports meet held in Chennai. Tamil Nadu took 292 points.

Published: 08th February 2017 04:16 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th February 2017 04:16 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu won the overall title in the 49th Central Revenue South Zone sports meet held in Chennai. Tamil Nadu took 292 points, while AP-Telangana finished second with 157 points.

Vimal cracks half-ton

R Vimal Khumar’s unbeaten 75 helped Santhome overcome Vidya Mandir A (Mylapore) by seven wickets in the quarterfinals of the TNCA city schools U-14 tournament for the B Somasundaram Trophy. Brief scores: SBOA 138/9 in 50 ovs (Deepak Kumar 52; Rahul Azariah 3/15) lost to St Bede’s A (Mylapore) 141/1 in 29.4 ovs (Manav Parakh 86 n.o). St Patrick’s (Adyar) 39 (P Bharadwaj 3/10) lost to Don Bosco (Egmore) 40/1 in 11.2 ovs. Vidya Mandir A (Mylapore) 160 in 44.3 ovs (John George 90; Sanjeev Kumar 3/22) lost to Santhome 161/3 in 33.1 ovs (R Vimal Khumar 75 n.o). PSBB A (KK Nagar) 134 in 46.1 ovs (M Madhavan 3/19) bt Nellai Nadar A 117 in 47.1  ovs (TV Chaithanya 3/21).

Mohan, Dinesh shine

S Mohan Prasath’s 3/36 and S Dinesh Kumar’s 3/18 helped Coimbatore DCA beat Villupuran DCA by 29 runs in the second round of the TNCA inter- district T20 tournament for the SS Rajan Trophy. Brief scores: Kanyakumari 105 in 18.5 ovs lost to Tiruvannamalai 109/2 in 15.2 ovs. Madurai 130/7 in 20 ovs lost to Thiruvallur DCA 131/3 in 16 ovs (R Nandagopal 40 n.o). Tiruchirapalli 137/7 in 20 ovs bt Salem 29 in 11 ovs. Coimbatore 163/7 in 20 ovs (S Sujay 41; V Sakthivel 3/29) bt Villupuram 134 in 19.2 ovs (V Sakthivel 65; S Mohan Prasath 3/36, S Dinesh Kumar 3/18).

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