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River Rine tame Favourite Club

Guwahati, April 30: Favourite Club continued their disastrous run as they went down to River Rine Club by 116 runs in their match of the Bhupen Chandra Mahanta Guwahati Sports Association A Division Cricket League at Nehru Stadium here today.

Electing to bat, River Rine put up a competitive total of 237 runs for the loss of seven wickets in their stipulated 35 overs.

Chandan Singh topscored for his side with an unbeaten knock of 65 runs off 55 balls which featured four hits to the fence and two over the ropes while Navajit Kaushik chipped in with a run-a-ball 53 runs which included eight boundaries. Amitav Mallik was the other notable contributor with 22 runs off 19 deliveries with four hits to the fence.

Dayananda Sharma was the pick of the Favourite bowlers with four wickets for 42 runs in seven overs, while Shiwang Das scalped one wicket going for 25 runs in seven overs.

In reply, Favourite boys managed 121 runs before being all out in 28.2 overs. Marvelin Deka scored 25 runs off 23 deliveries, which included five boundaries, while Rajesh Ray was the other notable contributor with 22 runs off 50 balls.

Danish Das, Vicky Rajjak and Abuddin Khan picked up two wickets each.

Ankurjyoti Club will lock horns with Navarang Club in the first semi-final tomorrow.


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