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Sunday, November 22, 1998
Steve Waugh, Healy slam
clinches Hero Golf Cup
register 10-wicket win
Mongia put Punjab on top
wins bout with one punch
Centre-17, SPS lads in semis
threatens to take HCA to court
SAIL move into last four
under threat from Rios
promises security for Pak team
lift football trophy
haul by Angad Bedi
(Red) storm into final
innings lead for J&K
clinches Hero Golf Cup
CHANDIGARH, Nov 21 Doting parents and cheering fans were at hand when Amritinder Singh capped the 18th hole to clinch the Hero Golf Cup and pocket the cash prize of Rs 1,33,320 on the concluding day of the Chandigarh Open at the Chandigarh Golf Club course here today.
The victory came Amritinder's way after a two-year title drought. On the last day today, Amritinder played a very cautious game. He stuck to his gameplan of getting to the fairways and then reaching the greens. He had just one birdie as against three bogeys for a card of 74 today. He thus aggregated a six-under 282 for the tournament.
Jeev Milkha Singh started on a grand note shooting an eagle on the second hole. But he failed to maintain the tempo and ended the day trailing the winner by four strokes in the tournament aggregate. This gave Jeev the second spot for the third consecutive time in three weeks. Defending Indian Open champion Feroz Ali moved up the board with a two-under card of 70 to finish third.
Amritinder, who last won a tournament in 1996 when he triumphed at the DCM-SRF Open in Delhi, heaved a sigh of relief as he said: "The wait is finally over and I am glad I did it on my home course. I am playing well at the moment and I dont think there are any weak points in my game. What has really changed in the last two years is that I am holing my putts with more regularity".
Jeev began with a bang shooting an eagle in second hole. But erratic shots got him bogeys in the fourth and fifth. This brought a halt to Jeev's charge. He again hit a birdle on the ninth. But the very next shot in the 10th hole saw his ball going into the trees. If it were the bunkers yesterday, it was the tree that came in the way of any charge that Jeev tried to make today. "The trees were conspiring against me today. I am playing well, but you need some element of luck to win titles as well", said Jeev.
Defending Indian Open champion Feroz Ali finished with a flourish hitting a hat-trick of birdies from the 12th hole and then adding another on the 17th. He also missed an eagle chance on the 13th when he failed to sink a four-footer put after being two on the green.
Vijay Kumar found his bearings on the final day and shot the best card of four under (68).
Rajesh Chowdhary, the only physically handicapped player on the Wills Sport Golf Tour, showed his mettle he holed his 175-yard shot on the par-4 18th hole for a rare eagle.
Local golfer Saurabh Bahuguna won the amateurs' title after shooting five-over 77 on the final day which tied him at 20-over 308 with overnight leader Manav Das who played seven-over 79 today. On the application of tie-break, on the basis of the last 36 holes, Bahuguna was declared the winner.
NEW DELHI, Nov 21 (PTI) India recorded their fourth straight win with a big 10-wicket triumph over South Africa and virtually assured themselves of a place in the semifinals of the Kanishka World Cup cricket for the blind at Harbaksh Stadium today.
Indian openers Ramkaran Sharma and Manvender Singh struck unbeaten tons to overhaul South Africas total of 225 for six by scoring 226 in 29.4 overs.
In other matches, Australia maintained their winning streak notching up a five-wicket win over their traditional rivals England with 17.5 overs to spare, for their fourth win here.
Pakistan also kept their slate clean winning the league tie against New Zealand by 21 runs with world record holder for highest individual score in blind cricket Masood Jan again hitting a belligerent 80.
Asked to bat first, South Africa started well putting 97 runs for the opening wicket, but a spate of three run outs and some tight bowling by India restricted the visitors to 225 for six in their allotted 40 overs.
Skipper Rury Field scored 59 while his opening partner Chris Liebenberg made 41 before both were run out. Middle order bat Scott Fields 60 helped the Africans cross the 200-run mark before he also fell short of the crease and was run out.
For India, Rajesh Singh (1/38), Dinesh Chauhan (1/22), and Ramkaran Sharma (1/45) picked up wickets.
In reply, Indian openers toyed with the Africans bowling putting all their five bowlers to shreds. Ramkaran Sharma hit 103 while Manvender Singh (106) also completed his century before hitting the winning runs.
AMRITSAR, Nov 21 (UNI) Replying to Punjabs first innings impressive score of 435 Haryana were struggling at 86 for the loss of three wickets at the end of second days play in the North Zone Ranji Trophy league encounter at the Gandhi Grounds here today.
Punjab medium pacer Bharat Bhushan struck early blows in the Haryana first innings claiming all the three wickets conceding just 18 runs in eight overs. The batsmen back in the pavilion were openers Parinder Sharma (10) and Jasvir Singh (8) both of whom were caught by Harinder off Bhushan and Rajesh Puri who was caught and bowled by Bhushan without scoring.
At 23 for the loss of three wickets, Haryana were in dire straits but their veteran batsman Amarjit Kaypee came to their rescue to slam an unbeaten 47 studded with 10 hits to the fence. Keeping him company at the end of the day was Shafiz Khan who was unbeaten on 10.
Earlier hosts Punjab resuming at their overnight score of 225 for three, were all out at the tea break for 435. The highlight of the Punjab innings was Pankaj Dharmanis century which was supported by impressive knocks of 61 by left handed Dinesh Mongia and 45 by debutant Sarandeep Singh.
Dharmani who was overnight not out on 68 added another 35 runs before he was caught in the slip cordon by Kaypee off medium pacer Pardeep Jain.
Before the lunch interval the hosts lost the wicket of Harminder Jugnu who was declared leg before to Dhanraj Singh.
Mongia after playing an intelligent knock lost his patience soon after lunch and snicked a simple catch to wicket-keeper Jasvir Singh off Dhanraj.
The hosts lost the wicket of Navdeep at the score of 368.
But the eighth wicket
stand between local lads Sarandeep and former Test player
Harvinder yielded a valuable 55. Both Harvinder (35) and
Sarandeep fell at the score of 423 and the hosts innings
folded up soon after when Sandeep Sawal was declared leg
before to Vineet Jain.
BRISBANE, Nov 21 (AP) Australia rallied around centuries by Steve Waugh (112) and Ian Healy (134) and a sprightly unbeaten half-century by Damien Fleming to take control of the first Ashes cricket Test today against England.
After some strong lower-order batting had propped Australia to 485 all out at the Gabba, fast bowler Glenn McGrath removed opener Mike Atherton for naught to have England on 53 for one at stumps on the second day.
Englands first task at hand will be to score 286 runs to avoid the follow on.
Mark Butcher, who had managed nine runs in his previous five first-class innings on tour, and the in-form Nasser Hussain were unbeaten on 23 runs apiece.
McGrath lived up to his pre-match promise and removed Atherton in his third over. Playing half forward to a full length delivery, Atherton edged a catch to Mark Waugh at second slip.
It was the 10th time McGrath has dismissed Atherton in eight Tests.
Waugh and Healy made full use of wayward bowling, fielding lapses and good fortune to resurrect a sagging Australian innings that had dipped to 106 for four and 178 for five on the first day.
With the discipline and the line and length that highlighted Englands effort on the first day lacking, the overnight pair of Waugh and Healy condemned the visitors in what could a match-winning 187-run stand in almost six hours.
After Waughs dismissal soon after lunch, the tail wagged frustratingly as the last three wickets contributed 125 runs to pile the misery on the England attack.
Australia, resuming the day on 246 for five, went from strength to strength as the two senior batsmen, both playing their 107th Tests, hammered centuries.
Both batsmen, aided by dropped catches on the first evening, deftly caned the four-pronged pace attack to take Australia to 348 for five at lunch.
Local hero Healy dominated the stand with his third Test century and the second against England. Healy took charge after Waugh was smartly caught behind off a hard-working Allan Mullally.
Mullally, playing his first Test in 22 months for England since playing against New Zealand in Auckland in January 1997, returned a career-best 5-105 in his 10th Test.
The left-arm seamer gave England a long-awaited breakthrough when he slanted a delivery across Waugh, who duly edged it to wicketkeeper Alec Stewart in the sixth over after lunch.
Waughs 16th Test century lasted 30 minutes over five hours and included 13 boundaries off 232 balls.
Healy rode his luck for his second century against England. Dropped on 36, Healy played on to Darren Gough on 62, but the ball failed to dislodge a bail, compounding Englands agony on the second morning.
Fleming, 71 not out, took liking to some half-hearted England bowling.
He smashed 11 boundaries in showing scant respect to the opposition, added 55 runs for the eighth wicket with Healy, and in the company of Stuart MacGill (25) and McGrath (five), another 25 and 45 runs for the last two wickets.
bout with one punch
CHANDIGARH, Nov 21 Manoj Panwar, an international boxer representing Indira Gandhi Stadium, New Delhi, gave a superb display by demolishing his opponent Karanvir of PSEB, Patiala, with a single punch only in feather weight on the second day of the 6th All-India AK Misra Invitational Boxing Championship at the skating rink, Sector 10, today.
Manoj who had won the YMCA
international meet in Delhi, took a few seconds to win
the bout. The others who made it to the next round are
Sandeep Sharma of Haryana who won in fly weight against
Amit Yadav of UP on points and Gurvinder Singh of
Chandigarh who outclassed Raghvir Singh of Gujarat in
light welter. In the evening Surinder Kumar of Pepsu won
by head blow knockout against Brijesh Kumar
of Gujarat in light middle weight.
Centre-17, SPS lads in semis
CHANDIGARH, Nov 21 Hosts Sanjay Public School, Sector 44, SD Public School, Sector 32, Shivalik Public School, Sector 41 and Coaching Centre, Sector 17 qualified for the semifinals of the Chandigarh Junior Football League for the Deepak Kapania Trophy being played at the Sector 17 football stadium here.
In the first match today, Sanjay Public School lost to SD Public School by 1-4. SD lads went into the attack from the kick off. They scored the first goal in the 20th minute through right- striker Jaideep Singh who scored with a solo effort.
He was followed by Ankur Chopra who scored the second goal in the 30th minute. Sanjay Public School reduced the margin in the 43rd minute when their right striker Arvind Rana scored following a defensive lapse. SD lads mounted pressure and succeeded in increasing the tally by scoring two more goals through Avneet Singh and Satinder.
In the second match, Shishu Niketan Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 22, beat Government Senior Secondary School, Sector 15 by 3-2. The government school lads scored two goals in the first 15 minutes through Naresh Tiwari. However, the lead was shortlived as Shishu Niketan equalised in the 23rd and 30th minutes through Rakesh and Ashish. Shishu Niketan boys found the match winner in the dying minutes through left half Jaspreet.
In the third league match Coaching Centre, Sector 23, beat Shivalik Public School, Sector 41, by a solitary goal which was scored by Brijesh in the 20th minute. Shivalik lads tried hard to equalize but failed due to the tight defence of the rivals.
Coaching Centre, Sector 17, got a walkover against St Xavier's Senior Secondary,School, Sector 44.
threatens to take HCA to court
CHANDIGARH, Nov 21 Former India captain and star allrounder Kapil Dev today threatened to take the office-bearers of the Haryana Cricket Association to court if they failed to bring about total transparency in the functioning of the association.
Kapil Dev, who is in Chandigarh to take part in the Hero Cup Golf Tournament said that the functioning of the HCA left much to be desired. To start with he was appalled to say that the association had taken the stand that no official of either the Indian Administrative Service or the Indian Police Service would be allowed to hold any office in the association or to get membership of the association.
In any case, as Kapil Dev pointed out, most of the members of the HCA who attended the annual general body meeting of the association (which he attended as secretary of the Gurgaon District Cricket Association) had nothing to do with cricket and were not known to him although he had played cricket for Haryana for nearly 20 years. So much so he had no idea who chaired the annual general body meeting in the absence of Mr S.K. Mishra, president of the association, and probably the only member of the Indian Administrative Service who holds an office in the association.
Kapil Dev was not very happy with the way the annual general body meeting of the association was held . In the first instance, Kapil Dev said, it was held at the residence of the HCA secretary which was against all norms of democratic functioning. Moreover, Kapil Dev pointed out, the attendance register was not signed by the attending members prior to the commencement of the meeting.
Kapil Dev who walked out of the meeting after just 15 minutes said that both Mr Ranbir Singh, secretary of the association, and Mr Mishra were out to ruin cricket in Haryana.
Speaking about his future course of action Kapil Dev disclosed that he would shortly convene a meeting of his core group as also hold a meeting of the cricketers who were playing for the state. He disclosed that no player was happy with the way Mr Ranbir Singh was running the association.
He, however, was categorical that he would move court if the office-bearers of the association did not mend their ways. He was of the view that that HCA constitution had many shortcomings which had to be changed. In the same breath he said that if he moved court against the HCA he would implead the Board of Control for Cricket in India in the case.
Speaking about the shortcomings in the constitution of the HCA he said the life members of the association "must be accountable". At the current moment, as he pointed out, the HCA did not have a single cricketer life member.
Kapil Dev disclosed that he had decided to take a Haryana team to Sharjah for some matches with local teams of the Gulf. This trip, he said, would give the Haryana cricketers some good exposure.
NEW DELHI, Nov 21 (PTI) Border Security Force, Jalandhar and Steel Authority of India scored easy wins while IHF Blues struggled to get past Punjab Police and moved into the semifinals of the 35th Nehru-ONGC Hockey Tournament today.
All the winning teams topped their respective groups with six points at the National Stadium here.
BSF thrashed Rock Rovers, Chandigarh 5-0 in pool IV with Shinu Herenz scoring a brace while SAIL drubbed Afghan Club, Pakistan 6-2, thanks to two goals from Arjun Hallappa both penalty strokes to reach the last four from pool I.
IHF Blues came back from a goal down to edge past the Punjab 2-1 Saurab Bishnoi (47) and Gursevak Singh (65) scoring for them after Kulbir Singh (23) had put the rivals ahead - in a pool II match marked by lacklusture play and frayed tempers with Punjab Police players attacking the umpire.
BSF who led 3-0 at half time with goals by Christopher Ekka (7th), Herenz (33rd) and Marinus Lakra (35th) added two more through Herenz (65th minute) and Habil Topno (67th).
SAIL were also comfortably placed at the interval after Mangra Munda (13th), Bharat Muthajaya (18th) and Hallappa struck early goals.
Sohail Khaliddar pulled
one back 10 minutes after the breather for Afghan Club
but SAIL added two more via Bimal Lakra (58) and Bharat
Kumar Bhagwar (64) to end their hopes of a fightback.
Hallappa struck his second goal in the dying minutes
after Atif Mushtaq (67th) had made it 5-2 for the
HANOVER, Nov 21 (Reuters) Pete Samprass obsession with finishing world number one for a record sixth successive year has added extra spice to this weeks ATP Tour world championship.
American Sampras, who retained his Wimbledon title this year but has not been quite as impregnable as in previous seasons, is under threat from Marcelo Rios in the Hanover tournament for the top eight players on the tour which starts on Tuesday.
Chilean world number two Rios, who occupied the top spot for two brief periods earlier in the year, is a mere 33 points behind the American in the latest ATP Tour rankings, which makes the situation quite simple.
Whoever fares best will finish the year as world number one.
Double US Open champion Patrick Rafter, the world number three, would have mathematically stood a chance but the Australian, hampered by knee problems, called his season to a halt after losing to American Todd Martin in the third round of the Paris Open earlier this month.
Rios could have knocked Sampras off his perch before Hanover if he had won in Santiago last week but he lost in the quarter-finals to little-known Juan Antonio Marin of Costa Rica.
His most dangerous rivals unexpected exit was naturally welcomed by Sampras, who had put himself in an uncomfortable situation by falling to Australian Jason Stoltenberg in the first round in Stockholm.
Sampras loves Hanover, where he has triumphed four times already. After victories in 1991, 1994 and 1996, he convincingly defeated Russian Yevgeny Kafelnikov in last years final to finish the year in top spot for the fifth time in a row, tying the record set by Jimmy Connors from 1974 to 1978.
Helped by the withdrawal through injury of Rafter and Dutchman Richard Krajicek, Briton Tim Henman and Kafelnikov took the final two tickets to Hanover last weekend.
They joined Sampras, Rios, American Andre Agassi, French Open champion Carlos Moya, Fellow spaniard Alex Corretja and Slovakias Karol Kucera.
Henman has qualified for the first time though he did appear as an alternate last year, winning his only match against eventual runner-up Kafelnikov. The alternate this year will be Henmans compatriot Greg Rusedski.
The tournament is played initially in a round robin format the eight entrants are drawn into two groups where they all play each other. The first two from each group advance to the semifinals.
Rios, who has enjoyed a tremendous season with seven tournament wins, will fancy his chances, as will Henman and Kafelnikov, who have been in great form lately.
In order to get the record, the American decided to spend six successive weeks in Europe playing indoor tournaments, something he had not done since 1993.
"Ill do whatever it takes to do it because I think its definitely up there with the greatest achievements in tennis," he said last month in Stuttgart. "I dont think it will ever be broken."
Sampras has often said that the rival he respected the most was Agassi, who was nowhere to be seen this time last year.
While Sampras was cruising to victory in the northern German city, Agassi, then a modest 122nd in the world, was sweating on the unglamorous challenger circuit in Las Vegas, trying to climb a few places up the rankings.
After an awful 1997 season, the former world number one has re-discovered his appetite for the game, regaining a place in the top five for the first time in more than two years.
Currently number four on the ATP list, Agassi has won five tournaments this year but he has often failed to produce when it mattered most on the big occasion.
A strong performance by Agassi in Hanover could pave the way for a renewed battle for supremacy between him and Sampras in 1999. That would be good news for mens tennis, which is badly in need of such a confrontation to hold the attention of the fans and the media.
JAIPUR, Nov 21 (PTI) In an apparent snub to Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray, Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee today declared that no organisation or individuals would be allowed to "obstruct" the Pakistani cricket team while playing in the country.
He told a Press conference here that the government would see to it that the Pakistani cricket team during its proposed tour of India was able to play without hindrance.
The Prime Ministers assertion came a day after the Sena chief reiterated his threat of not allowing the Pakistani team to play in the country and asked the Sena workers to take necessary steps in this regard.
The issue has led to a row between the Shiv Sena and the BJP in Maharashtra, the ruling alliance partners in the state. Deputy Chief Minister Gopinath Munde, who belongs to the BJP and is also the state Home Minister, has said that the alliance government would take all steps to ensure that the Pakistani team played in the state.
But his assurance was brushed aside by Thackeray, who asserted that the Sena-led government would do nothing of the kind to facilitate the Pakistani team as Islamabad was encouraging terrorist violence in the country.
CALCUTTA (UNI): The West Bengal government today welcomed the tour of the Pakistan cricket team and said it would provide full security for hosting any match here.
Talking to newspersons, state home (police) minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharya said his government would give all support to the cricket body for hosting any match-Test or one-day international against the Pakistan cricket team here.
Mr Bhattacharya criticised Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray for his statement against the Pakistan cricket team and said this was nothing but a glaring example of neo fascism.
COLOMBO, Nov 21 (PTI) Rajeshkumar Pandy struck a brace, including the golden goal winner as a spirited India B rallied twice to defeat hosts Sri Lanka 3-2 and lift the $ 10,000 Bristol Freedom Cup Four-Nation Football Tournament trophy here tonight.
Down 0-1 at half-time, the Indians rallied around superbly to defeat the plucky Sri Lankans during extra time.
Rajeshkumar Pandy spearheaded the Indian second strings resurgence on change of ends with Noel Wilson scoring the other goal as the Indians twice came from behind to clinch the exciting victory.
Chatura Maduranage hoisted the lead for the hosts and KM Kabeer had made it 2-1, but the Indians weathered some rough tackling by the hosts and an injury to main goalkeeper Mark Mascarenhas in the later stages to clinch victory.
The Sri Lankans began by making fierce inroads into the Indian defence and as the Indians felt the pressure, Lankan forward Chathura Maduranage struck the first goal.
The first half ended after several fruitless attempts by the Indian forwards, who looked listless.
But the Indians were a transformed lot on change of ends and Rajeshkumar Pandy combined with Noel Wilson in initiating splendid attacking football to get the equaliser.
Stung by the goal, the Lankans regained the lead through striker KM Kabeers fine shot which sailed past Indian custodian Mark Mascarenhas, who later had to leave the field due to injury.
But the Indians again drew level as Noel Wilson converted a penalty.
The Indians finally prevailed in extra time over the increasingly desperate Sri Lankans as Rajeshkumar headed home the golden goal past Lankan custodian Lalith Weerasinghe.
haul by Angad Bedi
ROHTAK, Nov 21 After conceding a lead of 62 runs in the first innings, Delhi were 34 for no loss at stumps on the second day of the Vijay Merchant Trophy against Haryana in the second innings at Vishwakarma Stadium here today.
Resuming their innings
from the overnight score of 16 without loss Haryana
batsmen took their total to 204. Deepak Joon was the
highest scorer with 48. Gaurav Bhardwaj (30) and Anuj
Mehndiratta (20) were the other useful contributors. Left
arm spinner Angad Bedi who is the son of former
India captain Bishan Bedi, took 4 for 50 in 20 overs.
(Red) storm into final
KOTKAPURA, Nov 21 Punjab (Red) will clash again with the Rajasthan cagers for the title in the third All-India Nachhattar Singh Gill Basketball Tournament being played here at the Government Senior Secondary School.
Punjab (Red) had earlier defeated Rajasthan in their league match by 96-84 points two days ago. In today's match, Punjab (Red) defeated the Canadian team by 77-61 in their semifinal clash.
In an interesting tie between Punjab (Red) and the Canadian team, the Punjab lads collected 38 points while the Canadian team could collect 27 points despite their excellent command on the court. Punjab (Red) had three junior international players in their ranks and they kept up a consistent attack. They collected 39 points in the second half. On the other hand, the Canadian team exhibited better coordination but could collect only 34 points.
In another semifinal, Rajasthan boys defeated Andhra Pradesh by 65-53. The score was 36-28 at half time.
JAMMU, Nov 21 (PTI) Hosts Jammu and Kashmir gained a vital first innings lead of 35 runs as Himachal Pradesh were all out for 215, replying to J and Ks score of 250, on the second day of the four-day match of North Zone Ranji Trophy league tournament at the MAM Stadium here today.
Resuming at their overnight 197 for seven, Jammu and Kashmir lost wickets at regular intervals and could add just 53 runs to their score.
Rahal Panta (3/33), Rajiv Sharma (2/36) and Jaswant Singh (2/75) were the chief wicket-takers for Himachal Pradesh.
In reply the visitors, succumbed to the guiles of medium pacer Pardeep Bali, who took five for 61, and Sanjay Sharma (3/42).
Ricky in last four
CHANDIGARH, Nov 21 Mohit Bajaj, the top seed, and Ricky Singh a budding youngster made it to the semifinals of the 16th Chandigarh State Junior Billiards and Snooker Championship today. Ricky Singh beat both Robin and Maneet Oberoi. Ricky took the first game at 80-30 but in second Robin tried for a comeback and till some time this was allowed to happen when Ricky tempted Robin to commit some silly mistakes and Robin went down fighting at 39-67 in the second frame.
In the second match Ricky proved superior to Maneet who had earlier beaten Avi Asija. Maneet lost the first frame at 40-79 and in the second he further lost tamely to Ricky at 20-111.
Top seed Mohit forced the exit of Rupinder Singh as he could collect only 21 points in the first frame against 55 by Mohit. Bajaj was in fine form in the second and subdued Rupinder at 99-12. In another match, Pramod Kumar ousted Anshuman 56-39 and 92-15.
In billiards, Michael Dass
fought a grim battle against Mahan Nagpal. After going
neck to neck Manan was lucky enough to make a break of 24
points by fluke and won the match by a close margin of
IMA for action against quacks
PATIALA, Nov 21 (TNS) The Punjab State Indian Medical Association president, Dr O.P. Singh Kande, has urged the government to make committees at the district level to effectively implement anti-quackery measures.
J&K face defeat
PATIALA, Nov 21 (FOSR) Jammu and Kashmir are on the verge of a humiliating defeat as they still need 19 runs with one wicket in hand against Punjab inthe North Zone Vijay Merchant (under-16) Inter-State Cricket Tournament league match played at the Dhruv Pandove Stadium here today. Jammu and Kashmir would have been beaten inside two days but for a stubborn century by Charanjit. Earlier, skipper Harikrishan Kali completed his century in the hosts first innings total of 324 all out.
Dev Samaj eves cricket champs
CHANDIGARH, Nov 21 (TNS) Dev Samaj School, Sector 21, emerged champions by convincingly beating Government Model Senior Secondary School , Sector 8, in the UT Inter-School Cricket Tournament for Girls here on Thursday.
St. John's triumph
CHANDIGARH, Nov 21(BOSR)
In the UT Inter School Knockout Cricket Tournament
being played here at Government School, Sector 27, St
John's High School, Sector 26, trounced Sharda Senior
Secondary School, Sector 40, by 10 wickets in the
under-16 age group.
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