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Updated: April 11, 2013 23:37 IST

Nishanth scalps seven

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Nishanth Sakthivel
Nishanth Sakthivel

R. Nishanth Sakthivel returned figures of seven for 41 as Golden Chariot ‘C’ CC registered a seven-wicket win over Customs & Central Excise RC in the TNCA-Tiruchi DCA third division cricket league.

The scores:

I div.: Bishop Heber College ‘B’ 159 in 42.5 overs (T. Albert 33, B. Mariyappan 29, A.G. Logeshselvan 27, B. Sasikumar three for 27) bt Majestic 145 in 32.4 overs (R. Karthikeyan 46, U. Sathish Kumar 28, I. Surendran 27, A.G. Logeshselvan three for 27, C. Krishnakumar three for 36).

Neptune 179 in 38.2 overs (S.R. Mithun 72) lost to JJ CET 185 for four in 31.3 overs (N. Praveen Kumar 56, S. Jaganathan 46 n.o.).

Majestic 70 in 22.1 overs (R. Anand 29, A.P. Rajkumar four for seven, K. Arulkumar three for 11, U. Selva Ganapathy three for 20) lost to Southern Railway Institute 71 for two in 16.5 overs (M. Naveen 25).

II div.: RKV 158 in 43.2 overs (P. Sathish Kumar 35, V. Balasubramani three for 22, A. Anbarasan three for 24) bt National College 137 in 35.3 overs (N. Karthik 53, B. Narendran 31, M. Saravanan four for 24).

III div.: Customs & Central Excise RC 84 in 17 overs (S. Vijayaraghavan 36 n.o., R. Nishanth Sakthivel seven for 41) lost to Golden Chariot ‘C’ 88 for three in 13.2 overs (C.S. Jeganathan 47 n.o.).

IV div.: Premier 171 for three in 25 overs (T. Manivel 53, R. Rajarathinam 49, B. Arulprakash 39 n.o.) bt Lehar 131 for nine in 25 overs (M. Balashankar 33).

V div.: BHEL 188 for seven in 30 overs (D. Balaji 45, N. Balaji 40) bt Rainbow 132 in 26.4 overs (M. Muthuvel 28, K. Rajesh Kumar 25, P. Ravisankar four for 26).

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