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Sunday , May 16 , 2010
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Big win for Bagan

Mohun Bagan defeated Dalhousie Institute by 146 runs in a CAB Championship play-off match at the JU (Salt Lake campus) on Saturday. Chasing a revised target of 247 in 55 overs, Dalhousie were shot out for 100 in 34.4 overs.

Summarised scores

n Mohun Bagan 380/6. Dalhousie (Target: 247 in 55 overs) 100 in 34.4 ovs (I. Saxena 4/18, E. Ahmed 3/26). Mohun Bagan won by 146 runs. n WB Police 110/2 in 25 ovs vs Barisha SC. n High Court 89/3 in 24 ovs vs Manoharpukur Milan Samity. Both matches to continue.

U-17 cricket

Videocon School of Cricket beat Durgapur CC by nine wickets in the final of the CAB sub-junior U-17 tournament being held at the Eden Gardens.

Brief scores

Durgapur CC 87 in 39 ovs (Ashray Jha 3/2). Videocon SC 89/1 in 19.5 ovs (Ranjit Kundu 56 n.o.). Videocon won by 9 wkts.

Inter-college T20

Rabindra Bharati University won the CAB inter-college Twenty20 tournament, beating Prafulla Chandra College by 47 runs in final.

Brief scores

Rabindra Bharati 141/5 (Sunny Das 55). Prafulla Chandra College 94 in 18.4 ovs. Rabindra Bharati won by 47 runs.

Five-a-side meet

Panchwati Hol Resorts defeated McLeod Russell 6-0 in the CC & FC Corporate five-a-side invitational football tournament for The Telegraph Cup. The tournament is presented by McDowell’s No.1 celebration.

Other Results

The Telegraph 3 Jayshree Tea 2;HSBC Bank 2 TCS ‘A’ 2; IBM 2 Wipro 0; Idea Cellular 1 ITC ‘A’ 0; Genpact 3 TCS ‘B’ 1; Reliance Comm. 2 DPSC 0; Vodafone 3 ICC 0; PwC 6 Ericsson 0; Citibank 1 B&A 4; Siemens 2 Selvel ‘White’ 0; Airtel Telemedia 3 Madhya Bharat Papers 2; M. Junction 3 Axis Bank 0; Tata AIG 2 Alstom Projects 2; Cognizant Technology 7 McNally Bharat 0; Seaways Shipping 1 CESC Ltd. 1; Descon 5 Tata Steel P&D 0; Selvel ‘Blue’ 5 Eveready 1; South Asia Petrochem 4 Tata Tea 2; Berger Paints 2 IMRB 0; Magma 6 Apeejay Surrendra 1; Standard Chartered 2 Samsara Shipping 2; United Spirits Ltd. 4 Blue Star 3.

State billiards

Shoaib Khan won the junior title at the State Billiards Championship being organised by the BRC. In the senior event, A. Mitra beat B. Das 2-1.

Today In Sport

BILLIARDS: State Meet at the Bengal Rowing Club.

CRICKET: CAB relegation play-off matches at various grounds.

FOOTBALL: I-League: East Bengal vs Mohun Bagan (Salt Lake Stadium, 5 pm).

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