Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, July 29
Harshdeep Singh claimed a four-for as Mohali defeated hosts Ludhiana by six wickets in a rain-curtailed Punjab State Inter-District U-19 One Day Tournament match today.
Mohali skipper won the toss and put Ludhiana in to bat after the match was reduced to 22 overs a side due to light rain.
Bhavish Sethi scored a half-century (53) as hosts made 124/7 in the allotted overs. Sanyam Gill contributed 29 runs to the total. Harshdeep was the pick of bowlers for Mohali, claiming 4/10.
In reply, Mohali achieved the target in 19.3 overs. Aryan Bhatia made 26 runs while Jovanpreet Singh scored a brisk 23.
In another match, Amritsar defeated Ferozepur by 69 runs. The match was reduced to 27 overs a side.
Batting first, Amritsar scored 130 runs in 27 overs with Taranveer Singh (30) and Vansh Rishi (26) making useful contributions.
Sagar Sawal took three wickets for Ferozepur, while Sachin Choudhary and Komalpreet Sidhu claimed two wickets each.
In reply, Ferozepur were all out for 61 runs in 20.2 overs. Amritsar skipper Manroop Singh took 4/30, while Vansh Sehgal bagged 3/11.
Meanwhile, Fazilka defeated Faridkot by four wickets.
Batting first, Fardikot made 152/9 in 20 overs. Jaspreet Singh scored 57, while Avijit Singh hit a quick-fire 34.
Gursewak Singh (4/23) and Nikhil Setia (3/23) shared seven wickets between them.
Fazilka rode on Nikhil Setia’s half-century (65) to reach home with four wickets to spare. Rahul Saxena contributed 32 runs to the chase.
Moga suffered an eight-wicket loss against Fatehgarh Sahib, while Kapurthala logged a two-wicket win over Nawanshahar. The matches between Barnala and Patiala and Sangrur and Mansa were abandoned due to the rain.
Bawa shines with bat
Raj Angad Bawa scored a blistering ton to help Cricket Coaching Centre, Sector 16, register a 198-run win over Royal Cricket Academy, Sector 27, in a Build Back Better U-19 Cricket Tournament match here on Thursday. Batting first, Sector 16 side scored 345/7 in 40 overs. Bawa hit an 82-ball 114. His knock was studded with 10 boundaries and five sixes. Devang Kaushik and Abhishek contributed 83 runs each to the total. In reply, Royal Cricket Academy were bowled out for 147 runs in 32.1 overs. Nilay (46) was the top scorer for the side. TNS
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