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Sunil pins down Sandeep in close bout
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, April 6
Sunil of Badri Akhara pinned down Sandeep of Guru Hanuman Akhara after a close fight to score a narrow 5-4 points victory in a 66kg free style bout of the Delhi Amateur Wrestling Championship at the Border Security Force campus at Chhawla in New Delhi.

Following are the results:

42kg free style wrestling: Saminder of Nangal Akhara beat Khusi Ram of Bakner, Rajnesh of Bakner B Anand of Dariyapur, Ravinder of Nayabans B Majender of Bakner, Harish of Bakner B Anil of Nayabans.

46kg free style:

Naresh of Jayprakash B Sachin of Nayabans, Sonu of Bakner B Navneet of Chhatrasaal Stadium, Dinesh of Nangal B Surender of Subhash, Anil of Bakner B Sunil of Nangal.

50kg free style:

Manoj of Guru Rajkumar B Somdutt of Khera, Surender of Bakner B Somdutt of Khear, Surender of Bakner B Manoj Kumar of Raj Kumar, Ajay of Jasram B Suresh of Najafgarh, Jagat of Subhash B Anil of Badri, Sukhwinder of Chhatrasaal Stadium B Sukhwant of Surhera.

50kg Greco Roman:

Suraj of Nayabans B Surender of bakner.

54kg Free Style:

Parvesh of Satpal B Gulab of Guru Hanuman, Rajesh of Chandrup B Sandeep of Bakner, Joginder of Mohinder B Lalit of Badri, Sonu of Guru Hanuman B Parvesh of Nangal.

55kg Greco Roman:

Ajay of Bakner B Amit of Nangal, Paramjit of Bakner B Chaand of Dariyapur, Ajay of Bakner B Abhijeet of Nayabans.

55 kg free style:

Pawan of Nangal B Chhand of Dariyapur, Pawan of nangal B Paramjit of Bakner.

58 kg free style:

Jagbir of Chhatrasaal Stadium B Mukesh of Bakner, Ashok of Najafgarh B Vineet of Subhash.

60 kg free style:

Anil of Subhash B Sunil of Border Security Force, Jagbir of Bakner B Sandeep of Chandrup, Jagbir of Bakner B Anil of Subhash.

60 kg Greco Roman:

Pawan of Nayabans B Manjeet of Nayabans.

63 kg free style:

Khushwant of Khera Gaon B Amit of Badri, Bunty of Bakner B Parveen of Nayabans, Jaypal of Guru Hanuman B Naveen of Mohinder.

66 kg Greco Roman:

Captain of Chhawla B Jetender of Bakner, Captain of Chhawla B Ramesh of Bakner.

66kg free style:

Sunil of Badri B Sandeep of Guru Hanuman, Jay Prakash of Desu B Sandeep of Mohinder, Sunil of Badri B Kuldeep of Vinod, Captain of Chhawla B Harinder of Guru Raj Kumar, Jagbir of Guru Raj Kumar B Kuldeep of Vinod, Shamsher of Bakner B Kuldeep of Vinod, Jayprakash of Desu B Sunil of Badri, Shamsher of Bakner B Jagbir of Guru Raj Kumar.

69kg free style:

Manish of Chandrup B Tinku of Mohinder, Ashok of Adarsh Nagar B Devender of Desu, Sandeep of Chhatrasal Stadium B Jaydeep of Chhatrasal, Bharat of Guru Hanuman B Vajit of Vedic, Ajay of Subhash B Sandeep of Guru Hanuman.

74 kg free style:

Sudhir of Guru Hanuman B Gurveer of Jayprakash, Sudhir of Guru Hanuman B Devender of Desu, Devender of Desu B Vikrant of Badarpur, Rakesh of Guru Badri B Gurver of Jayprakash, Neeraj of Mohinder B Vikrant of Badarpur, Sudhir of Guru Hanuman B Rakesh of Badri, Rakesh of CRPF B Vikrant of Badarpur, Neeraj of Mohinder B Devender of Desu.

76kg free style:

Virender of Najafgarh B Ashok of Nayabans, Sandeep of Pele Bheet B Abhimanu of Vedic, Manveer of Bakner B Virender of Guru Hanuman.

84kg free style:

Dharmender of Subhash B Satydev of CRPF, Somvir of Jharoda B Neeraj of Khalifa Jasram, Parvesh of Satypal B Harjinder of Badri, Satyadev of CRPF B Jitender of CRPF, Anil of Safi B Somvir of Jharoda, Harjinder of Guru Badri B Gulab of Guru Hanuman, Rajesh of CRPF B Devender of Desu, Dharmender of Subhash B Jitender of CRPF, Anil of Safi Akhara B Neeraj of Guru Hanuman.

84kg Greco Roman:

Manjit of Guru Hanuman B Satish of Rajkumar.

85kg free style:

Sripal of Vedic B Naresh of Captain Chandrup, Sandeep of Pele Building B Pradeep of Mohinder, Ravinder of Guru Hanuman B Ravinder of Desu, Shalesh of Khalifa Chandrup B Parvesh of Chhatrasal, Manjeet of Guru Hanuman B Anil of CRPF, Harjinder of Badri B Somvir of Jharoda.

85kg free style: Joginder of Khalifa Chandrup B Ravinder of Nayabans.
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Sonnet shock IA, enter final
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, April 6
A devastating 4 for 24 bowling performance by leg-spinner Chetanya Nanda and dashing knocks by Mayank Sidana (60) and Saket Bhatia (50 n o) helped Sonnet Club stun Indian Airlines by five wickets and enter the final of the Devender Singh Memorial Cricket Tournament for the Tara Devi Mathur Trophy, organised by Young Friends Club, at the Harbaksh Singh Stadium. Chetanya Nanda was adjudged the man of the match.

Electing to bat, Indian Airlines lost wickets at regular intervals to totter at 94 for five, and eventually folded up for 155 in 42 overs, with Chetanya Nanda emerging as the wrecker-in-chief.

Only Rajat Bhatia showed some sort of resistance to remain unbeaten on 35. In reply, openers Mayank Sidana and Shikhar Dhawan put on 63 runs for the opening wicket to give a blazing start to the Sonnet innings.

Mayank Sidanaís 60 was studded with nine fours while Saket Bhatiaís half century contained seven fours.

Scores: Indian Airlines: 155 all out in 42 overs (Rajat Bhatia 35 n o, Shafiq Khan 25, R R Parida 21, Chetanya Nanda 4 for 24).

Sonnet Club: 156 for 5 in 38.1 overs (Mayank Sidana 60, Saket Bhatia 50 n o, R P Singh 2 for 10, Sonu Sharma 2 for 21).
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Manan Sharma spins a deadly web
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, April 6
Left-arm spinner Manan Sharma spun a deadly web around Gyan Bharti South Delhi Academy batsmen to claim five wickets conceding a measly ten runs and guide Sonnet Club to a 20-run victory in a league match of the first Dr Hedgewar Cup Under-15 Cricket Tournament at the Rashtriya Swabhiman Khel Parisahd ground. Manan was named the man of the match.

Electing to bat, Sonnet were all out for 112 in 30.5 overs with only Mayank Aggarwal and Rushil Bhaskar batting with responsibility. Sonnetís total was an easy target but the Gyan Bharti batsmen crumbled like a pack of cards in the face of hostile bowling by Manan Sharma who inflicted one body blow after another to send Gyan Bharti crashing to 92.

Only Varun Sudan, Vidur Sethi and Prateek Pawar put up some resistance to gather some runs, but their efforts went in vain as the other batsmen caved in, unable to negotiate the guile of Mananís spinning arm.

Scores: Sonnet Club: 112 all out in 30.5 overs (Mayank Aggarwal 34, Rushil Bhaskar 30, Suhail Virmani 4 for 10, Naman Khanna 2 for 15).

Gyan Bharti: 92 all out in 32.1 overs (Varun Sudan 32, Vidur Sethi 25, Prateek Pavar 17, Manan Sharma 5 for 10, Mohit Malhotra 3 for 20).
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12 teams for Ghaziabad Cricket
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, April 6
Twelve prominent teams will participate in the first Ghaziabad Mahanagar Cricket Academy (GMCA) Under-14 Cricket Tournament, which began on Sunday, with a match between hosts GMCA and Delhi Public School at the Nehru Cricket Stadium, Nehru Nagar, Ghaziabad. Ghaziabad Development Authority Chairman Prashant Trivedi inaugurated the tournament.

Organising secretary Pradeep Kumar said the 12 teams in the fray have been divided into three teams of four groups. Group A comprises GMCA, DPS and Kamal Talwar while Group B is composed of Modern School, Dronacharya and Gyan Bharti.

Group C has Sumit Dogra Academy, A R Gymkhana and R R Gymkhana while Group D consists of Salwan Boys, GMCA-II and Patiala. Pradeep Kumar said all matches will be of 30 overs a side till the semi-final stage while the final will be 40 overs a side.
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Bharat Rishi shines for Najafgarh Sports Club
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, April 6
An all-round performance by Bharat Rishi (3 for 27 and 52 n o) and deadly bowling of 3 for 19 by Manwinder Singh helped Najafgarh Sports Club beat Khera Club by three wickets in the second Rajdhani Cup Cricket Tournament at the Najafgarh Sports Club ground. Bharat Rishi was named the man of the match. The cameo by Bharat Rishi went in vain.

Scores: Khera Club: 163 for 7 in 32.2 overs (Bharat Rishi 52 n o, Rishi Bohar 30, Akash Oliyan 30, Lokender Yadav 3 for 31, Ranjan Goswami 3 for 33).

ABN Amro Bank win

ABN Amro Bank defeated Seagram by four runs in the Reebok Cricket Tournament. Scores: ABN Amro Bank: 162 for 6 in 25 overs (Eris Khalid 40 n o, 40b, 4x2; Manpreet Singh 28, 32b, 4x4; Neeraj Mittal 25, 27b, 4x4; Sharad Verma 2 for 29). Seagram: 158 all out in 25 overs (Raja Banerjee 37, 29b, 4x1, 6x2; Sharad Verma 32, 36b, 4x3; Badrinath Satish 2 for 7; Eris Khalid 2 for 25, Dev Prasad 2 for 23). Khalid was named the man of the match.
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