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Srivastava cracks 200 n.o.

Uday Srivastava (200 n.o.) and Soumen Singh (115 n.o.) steered Calcutta Port Trust to a comprehensive five-wicket win over Shyambazar Club in a CAB League first division match Sunday.

SUMMARISED SCORES

Barisha Sporting 375/9. Aryan SC 245/6 (Dipyendu Mahato 90 ..) Match drawn.

East Bengal 365/6. Rajasthan Club 212 (Arnab Nandy 5/38). East Bengal won by 153 runs.

Kumartuli Institute 266. Town Club 269/4 (Gourav G 82 ..). Town Club won by 6 wkts.

Belgachia Club 249/9 (Abdul Ali Khan 4/74). DKS 252/9 (Suvadeep Ghosh 60; Arun Yadav 4/70). DKS won by 1 wkt.

Shyambazar Club 401/6. CPT 402/5 (Uday Srivastava 200 .., Soumen Singh 115 ..; P. Laxman 4/74). CPT won by 5 wkts.

Ballygunge United 285/1 (Dipanjan Mustafa 70, Maloy Sankhel 67 .., M Mujahid Haque 67 n.o.; Sparsh Mishra 4/63) vs Paikpara SC. Match to continue.

BNR 497/6 (Prasanta Singha Roy 168, Anirban Gupta 126, Santadeep Pal 43 ..) vs Young Bengal. Match to continue

Bhowanipore Club 393/6. Taltala Institute 247/7 (Sumit N. 68). Match drawn.

Mohammedan Sporting 370 (Ileyas Zubaidi 113; Saamshad Hassan 5/90). High Court Club 372/6 (Avijit Mukherjee 125, Pradipta Mallik 52). High Court Club won by 4 wkts.

Misbah regret

Karachi: Misbah-ul Haq regrets the manner in which he got run out in the first Test in Delhi against India after being in a position to give Pakistan a chance of winning the match. Misbah said on Sunday he was happy at his success on the tour but the run-out still haunted him. “It remains one of the most disappointing moments of my career. It all happened very quickly and even at that moment I knew I had made a blunder that could cost my team.” Misbah believes India can give a good fight to Australia.

Malik’s case

Karachi: A former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has pleaded the case of former captain Salim Malik calling for the life ban on him to be reviewed. Lt general (retd) Tauqir Zia in whose tenure the board banned Malik for life on the recommendations of a match-fixing inquiry commission said he felt it was time Malik was allowed to get involved in cricket again.

ICC gesture

Calcutta: The ICC on Sunday donated $250,000 to the Bangladesh Relief Fund to help alleviate the suffering caused by a cyclone that hit the country last month. Chief Executive Malcolm Speed presented a cheque to Bangadesh captain Mohammed Ashraful before the start of the charity Twenty20 match between a Bangladesh XI and a New Zealand XI at Hamilton.

Bangla win

Wellington: Bangladesh completed preparations for their series with a four-wicket win over a New Zealand XI in a Twenty20 match in Hamilton on Sunday.

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