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Tollygunge win amid controversy

Calcutta: In a CAB knock-out match marred by controversy, Tollygunge Agragami edged out Kumartuli by three wickets on Tuesday. Chasing 253 for victory in 45 overs, Tollygunge notched up the winning runs with one ball to spare. Initially, the scorers signalled that the match was over, and the umpires took off the bails.

But later, the two scorers cou ldn’t tally the score. While one said Tollygunge had scored the required 253, the other refuted saying they have made 252.

However, the match was awarded to Tollygunge, but the Kumartuli authorities are planning to lodge a protest with the CAB. For Tollygunge, Bengal discard Arindam Das scored 77 while Kaustav Ganguly made 49.

Summarised Scores

n Kumartuli 252/8 in 45 overs (Tarun Saha 59, Biswajit Sharma 51; Fakruddin Sajjad 3/44). Tollygunge 253/7 in 44.5 overs (Arindam Das 77, Kaustav Ganguly 49). Tollygunge won by 3 wkts.

n Belgachia United 156 in 41.3 overs (Writam Kundu 28; Sudhir Singh 3/22, Prakash Shukla 2/24). Mohammedan Sporting 160/3 in 25.5 overs (Rakesh Joshi 99, N.P. Singh 40; Writam Kundu 3/27). Md. Sp. won by 7 wkts.

n BNR 172/8 in 45 overs (Jitender Singh 44;Sanjoy Chowbey 53; Debabrata Pal 2/25). Victoria SC 176/2 in 37.3 overs (Manabendra Yadav 71 n.o., Sougata Dutta 64). Victoria SC won by 8 wkts.

n Ballygunge United 172/8 in 45 overs (Manoj Singh 51, Shailendra Tiwari 35; Debjit Chowdhury 3/41). Manoharpukur Milan Samity 219/6 in 44 overs (Swapan Das 79, Debjit Chowdhury 36; Aman Verma 4/61) Manoharpukur Milan Samity won by 4 wkts.

n Taltola Institute 250/6 in 45 overs (Sandipta Karal 73, Tapan Das 67; S.P. Srivastav 3/54). Calcutta Rangers 251/6 in 43.2 overs (Kenneth Sinha 73, R.R. Dutta 65; Sankar Chakraborty 3/23, Ashit Ghosh 3/39). Calcutta Rangers won by 4 wkts.

n DKS 238/9 in 45 overs (Abhishek Banerjee 61, Probal Dutta 48). Barisha Sporting 199 in 42.4 overs (Kalyan Dhal 51; Soumen Karmakar 4/43, Gourav Sharma 3/35). DKS won by 39 runs.

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