Bangalore: G. Shankar’s unbeaten 134 set the base for Carmel High School’s 95-run victory over Cambridge Public School in a B.T. Ramaiah Shield inter-school tournament match here recently.
Carmel HS scored 253 for three in 30 overs and restricted Cambridge Public School to 158 for eight in 30 overs.
The scores: Carmel HS 253 for three in 30 overs (G. Shankar 134 n.o., R. Advaith 42) bt Cambridge Public School (HSR Ext.) 158 for eight in 30 overs.
Seshadripuram HS 149 for seven in 30 overs lost to Sri Kumaran Children’s Home 153 for five in 27.5 overs (Chandan 78 n.o.).
Shankara Vidyalaya School (Kolar) 93 in 25.2 overs (Sameer four for 22) lost to The Oxford Sec. School 94 for five in 14.2 overs.
Clarence Public School 94 in 26.3 overs lost to St. Joseph’s Indian Middle School 96 for four in 18.3 overs.
Vijaya HS 162 in 28.3 overs bt Indiranagar HS 53 in 11.3 overs (Santosh four for 22).
Prasiddhi School 206 for six in 30 overs (Rakshith 46) bt Chinmaya Vidyalaya School (Kolar) 121 in 24.1 overs (Suprith four for 20).
St. Patrick’s HS 198 for four in 27 overs (Shashidharan 52, Tauseef Ahmed 42 n.o.) bt RT NET Public School 115 in 17 overs (Sitaram six for 17).
St. Xavier’s HS 220 for six in 29 overs (Abhishek 70) bt Vasavi Educational Trust 141 in 21.5 overs (Vijay 42, Danish four for 38).
Government HS 112 in 17.5 overs lost to St. Mira’s HS 114 for six in 17.4 overs.
St. John’s HS 244 for five in 30 overs (Omar 80, Mohd. Imran 50) bt Miranda English School 56 in 17.4 overs (Mohd. Aamir five for 22, Rashav four for 11).
Rain plays spoilsport
Wet outfields and damp conditions due to overnight rains led to four draws in the S.A. Srinivasan Memorial under-22 cricket tournament’s first round matches that concluded here on Friday.
Among the four matches, only two managed to have some play on the second and final day.
In reply to Bangalore City’s 420, Dharwad Zone mustered 89 for nine in 36 overs and in another match, Tumkur Zone scored 115 for eight in reply to Combined City XI’S 332.
The scores: Bangalore City XI 420 for five decl. in 82.4 overs drew with Dharwad Zone 89 for nine in 36 overs (Magizhendan four for 31, Ryan Ninan four for 22).
Combined City XI 332 in 87.5 overs drew with Tumkur Zone 115 for eight in 44 overs (G.P. Tejas 40).
Bangalore Zone 183 in 61.1 overs drew with Raichur Zone 56 for two in 28 overs.
Shimoga Zone 229 for six in 55 overs drew with President’s XI.
Title for Rajath
The seventh-seeded Rajath Jawalkar capped his good run with a title triumph in the boys’ under-16 singles of the Narasamma memorial State-ranking badminton tournament that concluded at the Malleswaram Association courts here on Friday evening.
In the final, Jawalkar upset the top seed Ajay Patil with a hard-fought 12-21, 21-19, 22-20 victory.
In the other finals, S. Siddharth turned the tables on the top-seeded Shiv Nayak with a 21-17, 21-18 victory in the boys’ under-13 singles.
Siddharth later completed a double, as he teamed up with Shiv Nayak and defeated Vishwanath Kiran and M.C. Srivas 21-10, 21-11.
Other results (all finals): Veterans’ singles: Jairam Pai bt Siddaraj 21-15, 22-20.
BEL CYA ‘A’ posts win
BEL Colony Youth Association ‘A’ beat Gulbarga Hockey Club 4-1 in the State ‘C’ division league hockey tournament at the Hockey Stadium here on Friday.
Vipin Ayyappa scored a brace (17th & 38th), while Bharath (24th) and Vipin Chengappa (27th) scored the other two goals. Nagaraj (45th) scored Gulbarga’s only goal.
Carmel schools win
Carmel Padmanabhanagara and Carmel Convent emerged champions in the boys and girls’ sections respectively of the 13th State-level inter-school volleyball tournament that concluded at the Sree Rama Vidyalaya ground here on Friday. In the finals, Carmel Padmanabhanagara defeated Sree Rama Vidyalaya 25-6, 25-20 while Carmel Convent defeated Sree Rama Vidyalaya 25-18, 25-16.
The Canara Union Charitable Trust will conduct the M.S. Ramaiah Anandashram State-ranking badminton tournament for seniors and veterans at the Prakash Courts in Bangalore from August 11 to 14. Entries close on August 4. For details call 23317980.