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Tinsukia CCC in semi-finals

Guwahati, June 11: Tinsukia Cricket Academy thrashed Titabar Cricket Academy by 113 runs to make it into the semi-finals of the Dilip Sarmah Under-14 Inter District Cricket Coaching Centre Championship at the Nehru Stadium here today.

Electing to bat, the Tinsukia batsmen put up a total of 151 runs before being all out in 39.3 overs. Dayal Sona scored 32 runs off 62 balls with two hits to the fence while Kunal Dhar chipped in with 24 runs off 29 deliveries with two boundaries. Nikhil Verma and Riyazuddin Ali contributed 11 runs each. Om Prakash Das was the pick of the Titabar bowlers with four wickets for 26 runs in his allotted eight overs while Alfaz Ali scalped two wickets conceding 24 runs in his quota. Arman Hussain and Sivam Mittal took one wicket each.

In reply, Titabar Cricket Academy boys could only manage 38 runs before being all out in 26.3 overs. Prabin Das with 10 runs off 28 balls was the lone batsman to reach the double-figure mark. Riyazuddin, Kunal Dhar, Suvam Sarma and Abhishek Bhuyan picked up two wickets each while Rohit Agarwal and Dayal scalped one wicket each.

Bongaigaon Cricket Coaching Centre will lock horns with Lakhimpur Cricket Academy in the first semi-final tomorrow.

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