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Don Bosco pip St Bede’s

Athish’s half-century helped Don Bosco to a 20-run win against St Bede’s A in the quarterfinals of the TNCA city schools.

Published: 10th February 2017 04:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th February 2017 04:23 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: SR Athish’s half-century helped Don Bosco to a 20-run win against St Bede’s A in the quarterfinals of the TNCA city schools U-14 tournament for the B Somasundaram Trophy.

Brief scores (quarters): Don Bosco 206/4 in 50 ovs (SR Athish 55) bt St Bede’s A 186 in 46.4 ovs (Manav Parakh 86 no; Karan Sampat 3/43). PSBB (KK Nagar) A 123 in 44.4 ovs (Vijay Priyadarshan 3/28) lost to Vidya Mandir A 125/2 in 24 ovs (John George 85 no). Nellai Nadar A 96 in 45.4 ovs lost to Santhome 97/1 in 23.4 ovs (R Vimal Khumar 58 no). St Patrick’s 162/8 in 50 ovs (CP Akshath 53 no; C Hirthik Shyam 3/21) lost to SBOA 163/8 in 48 ovs (R Raathin 4/30).

Bhaskar, Divakar shine

A Bhaskar’s 3/12 and R Divakar’s 3/15 propelled Thiruvallur to the final of the TNCA inter-district T20 meet for the SS Rajan Trophy with a 113-run win against Namakkal.
Brief scores (semis): Thiruvallur 175/4 in 20 ovs (R Nilesh Subramanian 63 no, P Shijit Chandran 47) bt Namakkal 62 in 14.4 ovs (A Bhaskar 3/12, R Divakar 3/15). Coimbatore 80 in 17.5 ovs (NS Harish 3/17) lost to Tiruchirapalli 83/7 in 15.4 ovs.

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