Ranji left-arm spinner A. Lalith Mohan (five for 19 and 61) helped Andhra Bank record a 10-wicket win over Deccan Chronicle in the A-Division three-day league cricket championship here on Friday.
In the A-Division (two-day) league, Nitesh Reddy (126) and Y. Chaitanya Krishna (103 not out) cracked centuries for Khalsa.
The scores: A-Division three-day league: Evergreen 260 & 119 (Sachin Joshi 30, Saaketh 41not out, Mehdi Hasan three for 37) drew with Ensconse 133 & 132 for five (Tanmay Agarwal 32, Ibrahim Khaleel 55 not out, Sameer four for 50).
R. Dayanand 188 & 205 for eight (Kranthi 52, Radhakrishna 38, Nimeesh Reddy 30, Alfred Absolem three for 35) drew with SBH 178.
Deccan Chronicle 248 & 116 (Habeeb Ahmed 41, Amol Shinde three for 51, A. Lalith Mohan five for 19) lost to Andhra Bank 352 & 13 for no loss (D. B. Ravi Teja 79, Neeraj Bist 35, Arjun Yadav 39, Kiran Kumar 42, A. Lalith Mohan 61).
BDL 274 drew with EMCC 48 for one.
Second day: Hyd Bottling 90 for five vs Falaknuma (washed out).
A-Division two-day league: Saleemnagar 207 bt Teamspeed 101 (Santosh Singh 36, Abhinay Reddy 36, Ahmed Aksari five for 36).
Cambridge XI 376 bt Galaxy 151 (Rajendra 56, Nandu Vishnu Vardhan 30, Parvez Khan five for 39, Abdul three for 70).
Khalsa 316 for five (Nitesh Reddy 126,Y. Chaitanya Krishna 103 not out, Saeb Ali 34) bt CCOB 285 for nine (M. A. R. Arshad 71 not out, Shadaab Khan 69, Farhan Farooqui 57 not out, Sai Prasad Reddy five for 58).
First day: Raju CC 138 (T. P. Anirudh 32, M. Venu Madhav 43, Md. Munnawar Hussain seven for 32) lost to Venus Cybertech 140 for three (Krishnanad Guptha 52, A. V. Ishaq 36).
Vijay Hanuman 273 (Sukain 95, Shareef Pathan 91, Rahil Baig 36, Pradeep Naidu five for 29) vs Sultan Shahi 76 for three (Vamshi Raghava 39 batting).
Crown 275 (Anuraag Vittal 40, Rohit 35, Rambabu 64, Swami 47, Akarsh four for 33, Nitish three for 58) vs Mega City 18 for one.
Lalith, Sahajasri win
M. Lalith Abhilash Reddy of YSR Kadapa District won the AP State inter-district junior chess championship with 5.5 points from six rounds here.
In the girls’ section, Ch. Sahajasri of Hyderabad clinched honours with five points from five rounds.
The top four from the boys and girls categories here will represent the State in the National (under-19) championship to be held in Ajmer (Rajasthan) from September 3.
Final placings: Boys: 1. M. L. Abhilash Reddy, 2. M. Chakravarthi Reddy, 3. K. Prabhath, 4. V. Anudeep, 5. M. Teja Suresh, 6. R. Raja Rithvik, 7. B. Harsha, 8.Y. Saikiran, 9. D. Naga Shashank and 10. N. Krishna Teja.
Girls: 1. Ch. Sahajasri, 2. B. Prathyusha, 3. P. Supreetha, 4. K. Aasa Deepika, 5. S. Sri Rohitha, 6. Hinduja Reddy, 7. Prasanna Arpitha, 8. Sk. Tasneem Sultana, 9. R. Raga Jyothsna and 10. M. Alekhya.
Raj Kumar triumphs
K. Raj Kumar won the men’s small bore free rifle prone event with a score of 283 in the Andhra Pradesh State shooting championship at Central Unviersity shooting ranges here.
The results: Men: Small bore free rifle prone: 1. K. Raj Kumar 283, 2. K. Shyam Sundhar 283, 3. Ch. Posibabu 280.
Open sight standing rifle prone: Small bore sports rifle prone: 1. M. Ravi Kumar 223, 2. Omais Ahmed Khan 182, 3. Syed Abdul Hussain 181.
Air pistol: 1. E. Giridhar 370, 2. B. Shankar 370, 3. Lakir Singh 369.
Air rifle: 1. Anish Verma Reddy 389, 2. Kelly Akhil Baba 368, 3. M. Sai Abhinav 367.
Trap: 1. K. Ansari 47, 2. N. Rama Raju 40, 3. Faisal Yousufuddin 32.
Women: Small bore free rifle prone: 1. A. Saraswathi 293, 2. K. Radhika 288, 3. M. Vijayamma 277.
Air pistol: Sub-junior girls: 1. Adithi 342, 2. Deesawala Fatima 284, 3. T. Arathi 277.
AGAP carrom teams
Accountant General (AP) teams to take part in the IA & AD South Zone carrom championship to be held in Bangalore from September 4 to 9 were announced in Hyderabad.
The teams: AGAP ‘A’: Men: R. D. Dinesh Babu (capt.), V. Anil Kumar, R. Ganesh Babu, D. Ravinder Goud and P. S. Udai Kumar. Women: B. Padmaja and Sesha Laxmi.
AGAP ‘B’: Men: N. Anburaj (capt.), M. Venugopala Rao, Sudarshana Rao, Manibushan and P. Om Prakash. Women: J. Lalitha and D. Manjula. Managers: G. Ugander and M. V. V. Prasad.
Accountant General Office Recreation Club (AGORC) will organise an exhibition volleyball match featuring the Indian youth volleyball team, now training in the City, on its premises in Hyderabad on September 3 from 5 p.m.
Silver Oak in semifinals
Silver Oak High School scored a 30-20 win over Kendriya Vidyalaya, Kanchanbagh, to enter the boys’ semifinals of the CCOB inter-school basketball tournament at City College Grounds in Hyderabad.
The results: Boys: Silver Oak HS 30 (Advaith 13) bt KV Kanchanbagh 20; Little Flower JC 44 (Chris 14, Shiva 14) bt Atomic Energy JC 24; KV Shivrampally ‘A’ 38 (Salman 16) bt All Saint’s HS 26 (Rahim 10).