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Digambar Jain, South Point win

Guwahati, May 14: Shree Digambar Jain High School clinched a four-run victory against Fairyland High School. South Point School inflicted a nine-wicket defeat on Purbabharati Jatiya Vidyalaya in matches of the Dhan Sena Sinha 10th All- Assam Inter-School Prizemoney Cricket Tournament, organised by River Rine Cricket Coaching Center, at Latasil ground here today.

Put in to bat, Digambar boys posted 133 for seven in 20 overs and, later, bowled out the Fairyland opponents for 129 in 18.2 overs.

Aman Agarwal topscored for Digambar Jain with an unbeaten 26 (4x4), while Nitish Tiwari and Amit Shah chipped in with 21 (3x4) and 20 (2x4) respectively.

Atul Kr Singh and Rupam Boro of Fairyland bagged two wickets each, giving away 14 and 25 runs respectively.

For Fairyland, Kausar Ali (36, 6x4), Atul Kr Singh (29, 5x4) and Muqtar Hussain (11 not out) were the main scorers. Nitish Tiwari of Digambar Jain scalped three wickets for 20 runs as teammates Ayush Tiwari and Bishal Jain shared two wickets each conceding six and 17 runs respectively. In the other match, Purbabharati elected to bat first and were all out for 63 in 14.4 overs and South Point achieved the target scoring 64 for one in 4.2 overs.

Kishan Saikia (13, 3x4) was the only batsman to score in double figures for Purbabharati. Joydeep Singh was the pick of the South Point bowlers, having hauled five for eight runs. Saahil Jain picked up two for 10.

Saahil remained unbeaten on 53 facing 23 balls, hitting six fours and three sixes, topscoring for South Point.

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