HYDERABAD: Sports Authority of India (STC, Kurnool) scored a 2-1 win over BDL in the SAAP Premier League prize-money football tournament at Gymkhana Grounds here on Saturday. Winger Nissar put SAI ahead in the 18th minute of the first half. In the second session, Sharath completed the tally with a solo effort n the 52nd minute.
For BDL, veteran State player Umainandan scored off a 35-yard shot to reduce the margin.
In another match, Hyderabad Globe and City College Old Boys were locked in a goalless draw.
P. Akshath Reddy (122) helped Bhavan’s Junior College record an 89-run win over Wesley Junior College in the HCA inter-collegiate (under-19) cricket tournament here.
Inter-collegiate (under-19): Bhavans JC 203 (P. Akshath Reddy 122, Prasana 30, S. Ramesh four for 34, L. Naveen Kumar three for 20) bt Wesley JC 114 (Shakeel 37, P. Kanishk Naidu five for 31).
St. John’s Church JC 193 (B. Sandeep 63, Achintya 41, Rajesh Chakravarthi 32, Nikhil four for 36, Rohit three for 36) bt Little Flower JC 103 (Shanti 31 not out, Ravi Nishad four for 39).
A-Division (two-day matches): Gemini Friends 314 for four (A. Vijay 106, Revenath Sai 100 not out, Hari Haran 43) drew with Nizam College 75 for two.
Khalsa CC 321 (Taranjeet 83, T.R. Rohit 51, Chandrakanth 44, Vishwak 40) bt PKCC 94 & 94 (Syed Ali six for 35).
A-Institutions league (one-day matches): National Insurance 122 (Rahul 42, Srikanth Kadiri four for 34) lost to FCI 126 for one (Srikanth Kadiri 68 not out).
B-division league: Lal Bahadur CC 254 for four (Vijay Anand 81) bt Noble 46 (Chakravarthy seven for seven).
C-division league: Acrylic 169 (Manish Mulchandani 53, Haji Baba 55, Jaffer five for 10) lost to Akshit XI 173 for six (Waseem 60, Giri 55).
D-division league: Time CC 153 (Shyamal Rao 41) lost to Satyam Colts 154 for six (M. Rahul four for 38).
Easy for Cal PS
Cal Public School defeated Hyderabad Public School (Ramanthapur) by 43 runs in the Glendale Trophy cricket tournament on Saturday.
The scores: Cal Public School 119 for four (P.S. Chaitanya Reddy 60) bt HPS (Ramanthapur) 76 for eight (P.S. Chaitanya three for 14).