Ranjan Paul rescues Tamil Nadu colts with unbeaten 195

Pradosh Ranjan Paul’s 195 not out (279b, 23x4, 5x6) helped Tamil Nadu take a lead of 107 runs against Jharkhand.

Published: 21st November 2017 09:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st November 2017 01:07 PM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

CHENNAI: Pradosh Ranjan Paul’s 195 not out (279b, 23x4, 5x6) helped Tamil Nadu take a lead of 107 runs against Jharkhand on Day 2 of their Cooch Behar Trophy U-19 mat ch in Bokaro. The right-hander added 107 with No 9 S Kishankumar (21) for the eighth wicket and 83 with Ajith Ram (27) for the ninth wicket to rescue Tamil Nadu from 97/7. Brief scores: Jharkhand 195 vs Tamil Nadu 302 (Pradosh Ranjan Paul 195 n.o, Aditya Singh 3/59).

Pradosh Ranjan Paul

Balaji scalps five

K Balaji’s 5/22 helped Captain CC beat VRS A by seven wickets in a first division match of the TNCA- Villupuram DCA league. I Division: VRS A 102 in 36 ovs (A Dhinesh Nilavanan 40, K Balaji 5/22) lost to Captain CC 105/3 in 16.2 ovs (J Nazer 41). Ammu CC 182 in 34.2 ovs (Jayaprakash 53, G Seenuvasan 41, N Sugumar 3/39, R Hariharan 5/30) bt Valavanur CC 109 in 27 ovs (Raja 3/25).

II Division: Siga Management A 33 in 10.5 ovs (N Suriyakumar 7/13, S Vimalraj 3/12) lost to TVS CC 35/2 in 5.2 ovs. Vikarvandi CC 115 in 24.3 ovs (M Selvam 49, F Rajini Rajan 6/19) bt Suriya GOI 107/8 in 25 ovs (R Shanmugam 4/24, N Raja 3/25). III Division: United CC B 147 in 24.5 ovs (S Durai Kannu 40, S Ravikumar 3/15, R Arivoli 3/23) bt Mahaveer CA 117 in 23.3 ovs. LMCC 205/7 in 25 ovs (S Jayakuppuraj 42) bt Suriya Polytechnic 31 in 21.5 ovs (K Loganathan 3/4).

TNCA U-14 matches

The TNCA round robin (U-14) matches involving four city teams will be played on November 21 and 22 at St Bede’s grounds. Matches will commence from 9.30am on both days.

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