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Maharana triumph

Guwahati, Dec. 12: Maharana Athletic Club clinched a one-wicket victory against Bud Cricket Club in their match of the 22nd Ankurjyoti Challenge Limited Overs Cricket Tournament for the Ratan Lal Singhania and Mohini Devi Singhania Trophy at Judges Field here today.

Batting first, Bud Cricket Club put up 176 runs for the loss of seven wickets in the stipulated 35 overs. Dhiraj Goswami remained unbeaten on 50 off 55 balls.

Bikram Chhetry bagged three wickets conceding 36 runs in his seven overs while Neeraj Tiwari and Akash Rana picked up a wicket each.

In reply, Maharana Athletic Club reached their target losing nine wickets in 30.4 overs. Utpal Medhi remained not out on 58 off 47 balls while Akash Rana and Kaushik Ojha contributed 36 and 32 runs respectively. Dhiraj Goswami, Roshan Basfor and Anup Ghosh bagged two wickets each.

In another match, Guwahati Cricket Coaching Centre (GCCC) got the better of City Cricket Coaching Centre by eight runs in the Ankurjyoti Challenge Inter-Institution Under-16 Limited Overs Cricket Tournament at Latasil playground here today.

Put to bat, GCCC put up 162 runs for the loss of nine wickets. Raju Sah scored 52 runs off 34 balls. For City, Kailash Roy scalped three wickets conceding 27 runs in six overs.

City Cricket batsmen could only manage 154 runs in 29.5 overs. Surinder Singh scored 31 runs off 44 deliveries. For GCCC, Yebender Singh and Raju Singh picked up three wickets.


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