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IN THE CITY

Syamak claims five

Ballygunge United dismissed DKS for 194 in a CAB First Division relegation play-off tie, on Sunday. Syamak Dutta took five wickets for Ballygunge, while Sunil Kumar top-scored with 71 for DKS. Ballygunge were 54 for one at the end of the first dayís play.

SUMMARISED SCORES

DKS 194 (S. Kumar 71; S. Dutta 5/71). Ballygunge United 54/1

Bhukailash SC 430 (C. Singh 149, A. Pradhan 67; A. Mitra 7/76) vs Netaji Subhas Institute

Balgachia United 330 (H. Sharma 162) vs ERSA

Monoharpukur MS 352/9 (T. Roy 113, P. Dhal 95) vs Aikya Sammilani

All matches are to continue

Md. Sp. coach

Mohammedan Sporting officials will hold an executive committee meeting, on Monday, to finalise their next coach after Aloke Mukherjee resigned in the wake of the teamís 1-6 loss to East Bengal in the CFL Premier Division Super Nine tie last Saturday.

Former Prayag United SC coach Sanjoy Sen appears to be the front-runner for the post, while Shabbir Ali, who had to step down as Southern Samity coach some days ago, is also in the fray.

Other names doing the rounds are that of Nigerian Fuja Tope and Mohammed Habib, both of whom have had the experience of coaching Mohammedan Sporting in the past.