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South Point, Kendriya Vidyalaya post wins

Guwahati, Dec. 19: South Point School and Vivekananda Kendriya Vidyalaya, Nalbari, today registered wins in their respective matches of Ashwini Rajbangshi Trophy Ankurjyoti Challenge under-14 cricket tournament under way at Latasil playground here.

In the morning match, South Point got the better of Ex-Team XI Coaching Centre by 10 runs while in the afternoon, the Nalbari school prevailed over Smart English School by eight wickets.

Batting first, South Point were restricted to 105 for seven in the stipulated 20 overs, while Ex-Team XI were bundled out for 95 in 18.1 overs.

Sahbaaz Hussain (38, 4x4, 6x3) and Joydeep Singh (15) were the main scorers for South Point while Binay Kumar Ray of Ex-Team scalped two wickets.

For Ex-Team, Bibek Sarkar topscored with 32. Sarang Jyoti Deka, Sahbaaz Hussain and Subham Dutta of South Point shared three wickets apiece.

In the other match, Smart School, put to bat, were all out for 87 in 20 overs, with Kalyan Kishor scoring 24 and Subham Choudhury remaining not out on 14. Bivan Bhagawati of VKV, Nalbari accounted for three dismissals for 31 runs while Tushar Barman and Bishal Baruah shared two wickets each.

For the Nalbari side, who reached 88 for two in 8.1 overs, Bishal Baruah scored with 38.

Ankurjyoti Cricket Academy will play River Rine Cricket Coaching Centre tomorrow.

Advocatesí cricket: An 18-member team will represent Gauhati High Court in the 24th All-India Advocatesí Cricket Tournament at Cuttack in Odisha from December 22 to 30. The squad, led by additional advocate-general Devajit Saikia, comprises Pratim Chakravorty (vice-captain), Ranjit Sarma, Tanmayjyoti Mahanta, Simanta Neogi, Anil Sarma Bhatra, Atal Tewari, Roshan Maloo, Yunush Ahmed, Lashman Sikdar, Sanjay Singh, Hrishikesh Buragohain, Parangam Goswami, Nabajit Narzary, Gautam Saikia, Manabendra Das, Prasanta Deka and Madhurjya Choudhury.