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Yogesh Krishnan scores unbeaten 158

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J. Yogesh Krishnan (158 not out) starred in ER HSS’s 131-run win over Railway Mixed HSS in the Tiruchi DCA inter-school league cricket tournament here.

The scores (league): ER HSS 227 for four in 30 overs (J. Yogesh Krishnan 158 n.o.) bt Railway Mixed HSS 96 for six in 30 overs (S. Subash 40).

Srirangam Boys HSS 225 in 25.4 overs (S. Varadharajan 41, S. Roobakrishnan 39, S. Mohan Prasanth four for 45, Jayaprakash Singh three for 36) bt Railway Mixed 19 in 10.1 overs (A. Mariappan six for six, C. Sundar three for seven).

Kamala Niketan Montessori 154 for four in 30 overs (A. Mohammed Ibrahim 38 n.o., S. Deepak 36, T.K.G. Ganapathy Subramanian 33) bt SBIOA MHSS ‘B’ 150 in 27.3 overs (K. Saimanoj 30, T. Sanjay 30, S. Kowshick three for 10, J. Abhishek three for 25).

Mahatma Gandhi CV ‘A’ 38 in 14.5 overs (R. Shervin five for nine) lost to SBIOA ‘B’ 39 for no loss in 6.4 overs.

Campion AI HSS ‘B’ 158 for six in 30 overs (M. Muhil Adithyan 57 n.o., S. Emmanuel Rex 48) bt Kamala Niketan Montessori 146 for eight in 30 overs (Akshey Ramakrishnan 34, Chavinth Nateish 28).

Vignesh Sri Renga MHSS 123 in 26.5 overs (M. Gunasekaran 26, R. Sherwin three for 24, T. Sanjay three for 36) bt SBIOA ‘B’ 87 in 23.4 overs (M. Gunasekaran three for eight, M. Sanjay Aravindh three for 12).

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