Kancheepuram DCA reached the semifinals after its victories over Tiruvannamalai, Theni and Dindigul in the TNCA-SS Rajan Trophy inter-district cricket tournament.
The scores: Tiruvannamalai DCA 143 in 34.5 overs (Abishek Talwar three for 35, C. Suresh three for 13, Arun Kumar three for 26) lost to Kancheepuram DCA 152 for three in 27.4 overs (S. Vignesh 59 n.o., G. Babu 31, R. Sreenivasan 35 n.o.); Theni DCA 79 in 26 overs (Abishek Talwar three for 15) lost to Kancheepuram DCA 80 for one in 15.3 overs (B. Roop Prasad 41 n.o.); Dindigul DCA 77 in 22.1 overs (Abishek Talwar four for 23, K. Sukumar three for 21) lost to Kancheepuram DCA 80 for one in 12.3 overs (B. Roop Prasad 34 n.o., Prabhu 36) .
Siddharth scalps six
Siddharth returned figures of six for 16 to help Chettinad Vidyashram ‘A' to a seven-wicket win over PSBB ‘A' in the semifinals of the TNCA Sumeru Soft under-14 cricket tournament, here on Thursday.
The scores: PS SSS 192 for nine in 50 overs (M. Sai Ram 107) lost to St. Bede's ‘A' 195 for six in 45.4 overs (M.S. Washington Sundar 76, Daryl S. Ferrairo 62 n.o., K.M. Sharan three for 20); PSBB ‘A' 134 in 38.5 overs (M. Siddharth six for 16) lost to Chettinad Vidyashram ‘A' 135 for three in 26.2 overs (B. Pradhan 67, S. Shyam Sundar 42 n.o.) .
Vijay Anand's 81 and Vedha's four-for-14 effort helped I-soft sail past Kotak Mahindra Bank in the final of the SSCA Corporate T20 cricket tournament.
The scores: I-soft 176 for five in 20 overs (Vijay Anand 81) bt Kotak Mahindra Bank 73 in 12.5 overs (Vedha four for 14, Gopi three for 7) .
St. Joseph's triumphs
St. Joseph's College of Engineering, Chennai, claimed the Sairam overall championship Trophy after it bagged the men's title in volleyball and the runners-up medal in men's kabaddi, here recently.
St. Joseph's had also won the men's kabaddi and ball badminton events at the St. Joseph's (Trichy) Centenary tournament and the Jayaram Trophy at Trichy respectively.
SSN wins title
SSN College of Engineering claimed the SVCE Rolling basketball trophy after getting the better of St. Joseph's 48-28 in the final, here on Wednesday.