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River Rine crush GTC academy

Guwahati, Feb. 3: River Rine Cricket Coaching Centre eased past Gauhati Town Club Cricket Academy by a mammoth margin of 138 runs in their match of the second Inter- Cricket Coaching Centre Under-14 Cricket Tournament, organised by the Guwahati Sports Association at the Janata Bhawan parade ground here today.

Batting first proved to be the right decision for the River Rine boys as they went on to pile up a competitive total of 187 runs for the loss of seven wickets in their stipulated 30 overs. Subham Das smashed an unbeaten 113 runs off 90 deliveries while Priyanshujyoti Kakati scored 16 runs off 26 balls. Dhruvraj Borah picked up two wickets conceding 27 runs in his six overs while Shubham Kar bagged two wickets going for 28 runs in five overs.

Chasing the target, Gauhati Town Club batsmen failed to stay in the middle for long as the side was bundled out for a paltry 49 runs in 18.4 overs.

Sahil Ahmed with an unbeaten 20 runs off 43 deliveries was the only notable contributor for his side. Bhargavjyoti Kalita picked up two wickets conceding eight runs in his 3.4 overs while Piyushjyoti Goswami picked up two wickets going for six runs in his two overs.

Bud Cricket Coaching Centre will face Chandmari Cricket Coaching Centre tomorrow.

Challenge Trophy

Ganeshguri Juva Jagran Sangha is organising the 3rd Annual Day and Night Prize Money Cricket Tournament for the Dispur Challenge Trophy at the Gopal Boro Government Higher Secondary School playground from February 8 to 16.

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