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Milky Way, Angels win

Guwahati, May 20: Little Angels English High School and Milky Way Public School clinched victories in their respective matches of the 10th Dhan Sena Sinha All-Assam Inter-School Prize-Money Cricket Tournament at Latasil playground here today.

Little Angels thrashed Oakland High School by 116 runs in the first match of the day. Put in to bat, Little Angels put up a mammoth total of 198 runs for the loss of four wickets in 20 overs. Imdad Hussain topscored for his side with an unbeaten 70 runs off 57 balls, studded with 12 hits to the fence and one over the ropes. Arunav Kalita remained not out with 53 runs off 22 deliveries which featured four boundaries and five sixes. Abhijit Barman was the other notable contributor with 26 runs off 18 balls. Rahul Sharma picked up two wickets conceding 38 runs in his allotted four overs while Karan Mouka took one wicket going for 45 runs in his quota of overs.

In reply, the Oakland boys could only manage 82 runs before being all out in 14.3 overs. Sayan Ansari scored 22 runs off 29 deliveries while Pankaj Mandal schipped in with a run-a-ball 12. Imdad Hussain and Viky Sharma picked up three wickets each, while Radhe Shaw bagged one wicket.

In the other match, Milky Way Public School registered a 38-run victory over LOG Hindi High School. Put in to bat, Milky Way managed a modest total of 120 runs before being all out in 18.3 overs. Bunty Roy scored 50 runs off 52 balls, which included five hits to the fence and two over the ropes while Deep Malakar contributed 12 runs off 18 deliveries. Jairam Maharaj was the pick of the bowlers with four wickets for 22 runs in his quota of overs while Shivam Jaiswal and Sunny Basfor bagged a wicket each.

In reply, LOG Hindi High School managed 82 runs before being all out in 16.4 overs. Sunny was the lone batsman to reach the double-figure mark with 24 runs off 37 balls. Deep Malakar picked up four wickets conceding nine runs in three overs, while Bunty Roy scalped three wickets going for six runs in 2.4 overs. Jintu Biswas took two wickets giving away 15 runs in his two overs.

Tomorrow, Ulubari Higher Secondary School will play Gurunanak High School in the first match of the day while Shrimanta Shankar Academy will face St Paul English High School in the other match of the day.

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