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Updated: January 9, 2013 00:48 IST

Abhinav stars for SRMSC

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M. Abhinav.
M. Abhinav.

Leg spinner M. Abhinav (seven for 20) bowled a brilliant spell as Sri Ramakrishna Mills Sports Club (SRMSC) coasted to a comfortable seven-wicket win over Rainbow Jeeva Cricket Club in the TNCA-CDCA first division league at the SNR Sons College grounds here recently.

The scores: Rainbow Jeeva CC 104 in 18.3 overs (R. Murali 52, M. Abhinav seven for 20) lost to Sri Ramakrishna Mills SC 105 for three in 25.4 overs (Arun Balaji 44 not out); RKS CA 120 in 33.1 overs (S. Santhosh Kumar 36, N. Rajaraman 33, A. Kamalesh three for 25. Senthil Kumar three for 6) lost to Cosmo Village SA 121 for seven in 28.5 overs (A. Kamalesh 49, A. Prabhu 35, S. Mohan Prasath three for 41, N. Vignesh Ashwin three fro 13); SNR Sons 97 in 39.1 overs (R. Janarthan Balaji three for 7, R. Mithun three for 10) lost to Sri Ramakrishna CT 99 for four in 21.4 overs (R. Mithun 35).

Sidhartha wins

S. Sidhartha, with a score of 74, emerged the gross winner of the Mikrosen Trophy golf tournament at the par-72 Coimbatore Golf Club course recently.

The results: Gross (0-30): 1. S. Sidhartha 74; 2. S. Bharathram 7. Category 0-9: Ragavendar Naidu 78. 10-14: Gautham Selvaraj. 15-19: J. Vijay Kumar 86. 20-24: T.R. Ashok 89. 25-30: V. Unnikrishnan 101.

Rajiv stars for CIT

R. Rajiv Gandhi struck thrice in Coimbatore Institute of Technology‘s 5-2 win over Sri Krishna College of Technology in the seventh Tech hockey league for the Major Dhyan Chand Memorial Trophy at the PSG College of Technology grounds recently.

The results: SRIT ‘A’ w/o. RVS CE; GCT 1 (R. Rasupandi 20) bt Dr. MCET 0; CIT 5 (R. Rajiv Gandhi 8, 16, 22, R. Vaibav Deepak 33, M. Durai Prabakar 42) bt Sri Krishna CT 2 (M. Ramkumar 10, S. Sathish Manikandan 44).

Kaatimaa SA prevails

At Udhagamandalam, Kaatimaa Sports Academy got past Little Masters Cricket Club by four wickets to emerge the champion outfit of the TNCA-NDCA third division league for the Sancheti Memorial Rolling Trophy at the Laidlaw Memorial School grounds recently.

The scores: III div. (final): Little Masters CC 166 (N. Chanakyan 40, B. Vinoth three for 29, S. Prakash three for 34) lost to Kaatimaa SA 167 for six in 33.5 overs (S. Prakash 40, M. Kumar 37, D. Sharma 34 not out, N. Chanakyan three for 30).

Kents CC wins

Kents Cricket Club did not sweat much on its way to a five-wicket win over Riverside Cricket Academy in the NDCA-HPF Staff Club Rolling Trophy at the HPF grounds recently.

The scores: Riverside CA 190 for eight in 40 overs (R. Santhosh 34, N. Raghunath 31) lost to Kents CC 191 for five in 27.4 overs (S. Seyabudeen 60, C.K. Deepak 53, L. Aruldas 50).

Mahesh makes merry

At Tirupur, Mahesh picked five for 19 in FNF Cricket Club’s 51-run win over Evershine Cricket Club in the TNCA-DCAT first division league at the Migros Kids School grounds recently.

The scores: I div.: GIO SC 106 in 38.5 overs (Thiyagarajan four for 20, M. Mohan three for 11) lost to Tirupur CC 111 for six in 13.2 overs (M. Mohankumar 56, Ansari three for 10); Kangeyam Kalki CA 87 in 34.3 overs (N. Kalaiarasan four for 27, A. Dinesh Kumar four for 12) lost to Maruthi CA 90 for seven in 25.4 overs (N. Kalaiarasan 51, M. Dinesh Kumar three for 26); FNF CC 193 in 46.2 overs (S. Vinoth Kumar 58, P. Loganathan five for 34, R. Thangavel four for 23) bt Evershine CC 142 in 32.1 overs (R. Venkatesh 50, A. Mahesh five for 19).

II div.: Jupiter CA 235 in 48.3 overs (S. Saravanan 67, D. Arunkumar 46, V. Nagaraj three for 35) bt Bradman CC 193 in 37.2 overs (G. Ranjith 71, A. Ganeshan four for 33, D. Arunkumar three for 38).

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