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Surender Kumar, Mayank Jain hit unbeaten tons
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, February 27
A brilliant unbeaten double century by Surender Kumar (222, 24x4, 11x6) and a swashbuckling unbeaten century by Mayank Jain (151, 20x4, 2x6), who put on 384 runs for the second wicket, enabled Delhi Wanderors defeat Punjab National Bank (PNB) by 232 runs in an A-II Division match of the DDCA League at the Yamuna Sports Complex ground.

Scores: PNB: 161 all out in 35.3 overs (Anil Kumar 45, Ramesh Rajput 33, Surender Kumar 4 for 23, Ganpat Singh 2 for 16, Kulbhushan Bisht 2 for 3).

Telefunken defeated Young Association by three wickets in an A-I Division match at the University ground.

Scores: Young Association: 187 all out in 39.5 overs (Anuj Chopra 44, Kamal Jeet Singh 29, Sushil Kumar 4 for 29).

Telefunken: 188 for 7 in 36.5 overs (Shoaib Prasad 80, Sushil Kumar 27, Gurjinder Singh 2 for 34).

Delhi Telecom beat KG Colts by 11 runs in an A-II Division match at the University polo ground.

Scores: Delhi Telecom: 205 for 9 in 40 overs (Vinay Mishra 39, Rajender Ahir 35, Anant Marichi 2 for 35). KG Colts: 94 all out in 27.2 overs (Anand Dabas 29, Vineet Kapoor 3 for 7).

Paragon defeated Chandni Chowk by eight wickets in an A-II Division match at the Mohan Meakins ground.

Scores: Chandni Chowk: 144 all out in 39 overs (Kumar Gaurav 30, Aman Jutsi 2 for 19).

Paragon: 146 for 2 in 32.3 overs (Sanjeev Malhotra 45, Brijesh Obrai 37 n o, Amit Gupta 35 n o).



Guru Harkrishan School lift hockey title
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, February 27
Guru Harkrishan Public School (GHPS), Shahdara, defeated Union Academy 3-2 in the Inter- School Hockey Tournament for under-14 boys. Fifteen teams participated in the tournament. The GHPS team also earned a cash prize of Rs 4000 while Union Academy received Rs 3200.

The GHPS School were accorded a warm reception by the school management, including chairman L S Bajwa, treasurer SGS Sabharwal and principal SJS Ghuman.

The principal assured full support to the players in further promoting hockey in among the children of the school.



Daksh trounce CR Infotech in Teri Cup
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New Delhi, February 27
Daksh trounced CR Infotech by 193
runs in the 11th Teri Cup Cricket Tournament at the Shri Venkateswara College ground. Scores: Daksh: 305 for 6 in 25 overs (Chandan Singh 81, 14x4, 1x6; Mayur Bora 68, 10x4, 3x6; Charanjeet Singh 38, 4x4, 3x6; Mohit 41 n o, 6x4, 1x6; Lalit Sharma 2 for 47, Deepak Bhatia 2 for 38).

CR Infotech: 112 all out in 19 overs (Yogender Kumar 33, 3x4; Rajiv Sudan 25, 4x4; Puru Singh 3 for 3, Charanjeet Singh 3 for 24). Chandan Singh was declared the man of the match.

Trans Yamuna Cricket

An all-round display by Amit Tomar (3 for 10 and 30) and deadly bowling by Yogesh Kukreja (4 for 20) helped Business Standard defeat Delhi Administration by five runs in the Trans-Yamuna Cricket League at the Poorvi Delhi Sports Complex ground.

Scores: Business Standard: 91 all out in 31.2 overs (Amit Tomar 30, Sanjay Sharma 25, Subhash Chander 3 for 7, Manuj Pal 3 for 5). Delhi Administration: 86 all out in 32.2 overs (Anand Singh 33, Ombir Singh 24, Yogesh Kukreja 4 for 20, Amit Tomar 3 for 10 and Sunil Panchal 3 for 19).

Aruns strike lethal blows

Two Aruns—Arun Dhankar and Arun Raval—inflicted lethal bowling blows to help West Delhi Cricket Academy defeat Hari Nagar Sports Complex by three wickets in the Under-15 Cricket Tournament. Scores: Hari Nagar: 222 for 8 in 40 overs (Amit Sharma 52, Dharmender Singh 42, Sunny Singh 38, Arun Dhankar 3 for 36, Karan Raval 3 for 38).).

West Delhi Academy: 224 for 7 in 39.2 overs (Kunal Banerjee 55, Gaurav Bansal 45, Saleem Akhtar 3 for 42, Rohit Kumar 3 for 36).

WCAI nets sponsor for Windies tour

The Women’s Cricket Association of India (WCAI) has netted a title sponsor for the team’s tour of the West Indies. The Indian girls will play five one-day matches for the Asmi Trophy before the West Indies tour.

WCAI secretary Shubhangi Kulkarni said top players like Neetu David and Mithali Raj are members of the team. The one-day matches will be played at Dhanbad, Jamshedpur (Feb 29), Kolkata (March 3), Lucknow (March 10) and Gurgaon (March 12). Television personality Mandira Bedi is also associated with the women’s team.

Subhangi said the WCAI was thankful to Mandira for all her support and passionate involvement in promoting the cause of women’s cricket in the country.

Mandira said women cricketers have not got what they deserved despite their exceptional performances at the world level.


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