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Angels, Capital triumph

Guwahati, April 20: Capital Public School and Angels of God High School registered wins in their respective matches of the Nabin Chandra Tamuli Inter-School Cricket Tournament organised by the Guwahati Cricket Coaching Centre at Nehru Stadium here today.

In the first match of the day, Capital Public School got the better of Gurukul Grammar Senior Secondary School by three wickets.

Electing to bat, Gurukul boys put up 126 runs for the loss seven wickets in their stipulated 25 overs.

Chasing a modest total, Capital Public School batsmen got past the target, losing seven wickets in 22.3 overs.

In another match, Angels of God High School edged past Assam Jatiya Bidyalay by one wicket to register a victory in a low-scoring match.

Put in to bat, Assam Jatiya Bidyalay batsmen failed to stay in the middle for long as the side went on to be all out for 58 runs in 15.2 overs.

Bikash Barman with 13 runs off 21 balls was the lone batsman to reach the double figure mark. Sahil Ahmed and Nishangkur Thakuria took three wickets each.

In reply, Angels of God batsmen clinched a victory losing nine wickets in 18.1 overs. Sahil Ahmed remained not out with 12 runs off 19 balls while Nitin Jain scored 10 runs off 16 deliveries.

Bikash Barman scalped four wickets going for 11 runs in five overs while Trishant Dutta picked up three wickets conceding 13 runs in four overs.

St Johnís English School will play Rashtrabhasa Prabhakar Hindi Vidyalaya in the first match while Faculty Higher Secondary School will face Noonmati English School in the second match of the day.

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