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City tame Santipur

Guwahati, May 14: City Cricket Coaching Centre inflicted a 10-wicket defeat on Santipur Athletic Club in today’s match of the first Maharishi Bora Trophy invitation cricket tournament at Judges Field here.

Put in to bat, the Santipur batsmen were skittled out for a paltry total of 47 in 22.3 overs. The CCCC boys reached 51 for no loss in 6.5 overs.

Pabitra Pator and Raj Agarwal of CCCC remained unbeaten on 27 (3x4, 1x6) and 18 (4x4) respectively.

Earlier, Parvej Musharaf topscored for Santipur with 20 (3x4) and Mihir Gowala (13, 2x4) was the only other batsman to score in double figures.

Akash Maurya and Anup Bhujel of CCCC shared four wickets each, conceding four and six runs respectively.

Guwahati Cricket Coaching Centre will meet River Rine Club in tomorrow’s match.

Fide rating: Four players of the Guwahati Chess Association have been awarded international rating by the World Chess Federation (FIDE) in the rating list declared on May 1. The players are Ravikant Tiwari (rating 1,780), Rustom Hazarika (1,736), Uddipta Gogoi (1,517) and Jamuna Buragohain (1,316).

Open trials

Assam Cricket Academy today named the venues and dates for holding the six zonal open trials to scout talent under-16 crickets to be groomed in the academy. Accordingly, the three-day camps will be held in Silchar and Tinsukia from May 17, at Goalpara and Biswanath Chariali from May 23 and Nagaon and Guwahati from May 30.


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