K.S. Rajasegar returned figures of five for 50, as Gopalapuram registered a four-run victory in its recent TNCA fifth-division ‘D’ match against Eccentrics. In the sixth-division ‘A’ zone, Abhishek Nagarajan (seven for 23) engineered Jubilee’s four-wicket win over Chennai Corporation.

The scores:

V div. ‘C’: ICI 204 for nine in 50 overs (G. Dinesh 74 n.o., Janarthanam 40, S. Sanjay three for 62) lost to Haranath 206 for six in 45.5 overs (M. Vasisht 40, R. Balasubramanian 42, C. Manoj Kumar 31).

Kamyuth 140 for nine in 50 overs (S. Joel Roshan 38, C.K. Deepak Kumar three for 20) lost to St. Mary’s 141 for seven in 33.1 overs (T.S. Santosh Kumar 41, S. Ajith four for 26).

V div. ‘D’: Gopalapuram 218 in 49.2 overs (B. Sudharsan 47, C. Lokesh 30, R. Raj Kumar three for 52, U. Narasimhan five for 70) bt Eccentrics 214 in 49 overs (K.R. Roshan Kishore 88, U. Aswin 34, Alfred Dias three for 62, K.S. Rajasegar five for 50).

VI div. ‘A’: NCC 115 in 28.1 overs (K. Lokeshwaran 37) lost to Vijay’s 119 for four in 25.1 overs (P. Vijay Vignesh 49).

NRC 126 in 29.2 overs (M. Kumaresan threefor 40, M. Senthil four for 22) lost to HSBC 129 for four in 25.5 overs (R.G. Sudharsanan 55 n.o., M. Senthil 41 n.o.).

Chennai Corporation 129 for nine in 30 overs (Abhishek Nagarajan seven for 23) lost to Jubilee 133 for six in 25.1 overs (Muthu Karthikeyan 33).

VI div. ‘B’: Bank of India 104 in 27.3 overs (Nikhil A Shah 30, A. Ravindran three for 23) lost to Singaravelar Memorial 105 for six in 20.2 overs (M. Vijay Sarathy 45, Krishna Madhava three for eight).

Vepery 200 for eight in 30 overs (G. Terrence Savio 63, R.R. Sabarish 33, R.R. Pranesh 35, S.V. Sastha Prasanth four for 33) bt Indian Oil 196 for seven in 30 overs (K. Prabhu 80, S.V. Sastha Prasanth 35).

Madras Indians 178 for nine in 30 overs (Dilin Davidson 49, S. Ramachandran three for 34) bt Presidency College 159 in 28.3 overs.

Pavithran scalps six

R.S.G. Pavithran’s six-wicket haul helped Reddy ‘A’ script a nine-wicket win over Devi CA in the Reddy’s under-12 cricket tournament recently.

  The scores: Reddy ‘B’ 128 for three in 20 overs (D. Felix Rozer  35 n.o., Danish Ahmed 44 lost to Kannaiah 129 for four in 13 overs (Mokit Hariharan 43, S. Santosh Kumar 30,Anirudh Srinivasan four for 31).

Devi 95 in 17 overs (S. Jayanandhan 35, R.S.G. Pavithran six for 27, B. Surya Prakash three for 10) lost to Reddy ‘A’ 96 for one in nine overs  (J. Roshan 31 n.o.).

 Kedar ‘A’ 124 for five in 20 overs (S. Aakash 50, P.B. Athindra 29, M. Mahadeeswaran four for 32) lost to RKM 128 for two in 19.4 overs (Preetham Sai 46, Vimal 35, Sai Sudharshan 29 n.o.).

Chakra 100 for six in 20 overs (R. Monish 30, A. Venkatachari 26, S. Atma Raman three for 16) lost to Kedar ‘B’ 101 for eight in 17 overs (P. Vishnu 25).

Ashwath shines

Ashwath’s five-wicket haul helped Chakra CA register a 29-run victory over Padma Sarangapani in the GEE GE under-11 Twenty20 tournament recently.

The scores: GEE GE 105 for five in 20 overs (R. Arunkumar 25) bt Padma Sarangapani 73 for eight in overs (R. Arunkumar three for 10).

MAS 80 for four in 20 overs lost to Chakra CA 81 for three in 19.2 overs.

Chakra 113 for five in 20 overs (R. Aaditya 58) bt Padma Sarangapani 84 for seven in 20 overs (Ashwath five for five).

Prahlad 117 for four in 20 overs (Krishna 38 n.o.) bt GEE GE 103 in 19 overs.

AVM 124 for two in 20 overs (Vishal Bhashyam 55 n.o.) bt MAS 102 for eight in 20 overs (Anthzack three for 31).

MAS 78 for six in 20 overs lost to Padma Sarangapani 79 for one in 13.3 overs (B. Vignesh Balaji 44).

Prahlad 129 for six in 20 overs (R. Yash 52) bt Chakra 63 for seven in 20 overs.

Budding Stars 100 for four in 20 overs (Venkata Subramanian 29 n.o.) lost to RKM 101 for no loss in 17.2 overs (B. Sai Sudharsan 58 n.o.).

Budding Stars 94 for seven in 20 overs (B.T. Bijju 39 n.o., R. Arun Kumar three for 19) bt GEE GE 36 in 20 overs (Mohammad Umar three for one).

AVM 135 for one in 20 overs (Vishal Bhashyam 67 n.o., Shri Kalyanaraman 33) bt Padma Sarangapani 98 for four in 20 overs (Vignesh Balaji 29).

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