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GTC, Santipur post victories

U-17 cricket

Guwahati, Nov. 29: Gauhati Town Club (GTC) Cricket Academy and Santipur Cricket Academy posted victories in their respective matches of the All-India inter-cricket academy (under-17) cricket tournament, organised by Noonmati Cricket Academy at Judges Field here today.

While GTC Academy routed Guwahati Cricket Coaching Centre (GCCC) B by seven wickets, Santipur humiliated BB Sonapur by a comprehensive margin of 47 runs.

GCCC B, put to bat first, were restricted to a paltry 90 for seven in the stipulated 20 overs and the GTC Academy boys reached 92 losing three wickets, thanks to an unbeaten 33 by Wachir Ahmed.

In the other match, Santipur Academy elected to bat and posted a commanding 153 for four in the 20 overs. Chasing a target of 154, BB Sonapur were bundled out for 106 runs.

Brief scores: GCCC B - 90/7 (Ranjan Sarkar 19 n.o, Royan Parag 16, Ariyaman Pangal 3/18), GTC Academy - 92/3 (Wachir Ahmed 33 n.o, Neeraj Sarma 21, Ranjan Sarkar 1/10); Santipur Academy - 153/4 (Mehraj Ali 62, Abdul Shyed Islam 54, Anwar Hussain 1/27), BB Sonapur - 106 (Bitupan Das 32, Anwar Hussain 31, Priyankar Chakraborty 3/2, Abdul Shyed Islam 2/7).


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