Led by Sonu’s blazing knock of 58 runs,Saupin’s Cricket Academy recorded a one-run win over Delhi-based VAR Cricket Academy in a nail-biting finish during a match played in the ongoing U-14 cricket tournament for CCA Cup at the GMSSS,Sector 19,grounds in Chandigarh on Wednesday. Batting first,Saupin’s Cricket Academy scored 169 runs for the loss of nine wickets in 25 overs. He was ably supported by Thapa who scored 38 runs. For the VAR team,Anshul played an amazing innings of 64 runs,however he did not find enough support from the other end. Ansh did score 36 runs,but eventually VAR team fell short two runs short off the target and scored 168 runs for the loss of eight wickets in 25 overs. For Saupin’s,Jakshu bowled a superb spell to bag three wickets. Anshul’s knock of 64 runs went in vain as his team lost the match. Meanwhile in the second match,Sonepat-based Partap Cricket Academy beat hosts CCA (Haryana) by five wickets to surge ahead in the tournament.
Match I: Saupin’s Cricket Academy:169 for 9 in 25 overs (Sonu 58,Thapa 38,Sukhman 20,Aryan 2 for 30,Dharuv 2 for 35) beat VAR Cricket Academy: 168 for 8 in 25 overs (Anshul 64,Ansh 36,Raonaq 24,Jakshu 3 for 26,Aaltmash 2 for 24).Match II: CCA (Haryana) :170 for 9 in 25 overs (Saurav 43,Varun 35 no,Triyaksh Bali 28,Aakash 7 for 50,Sahil 1 for 36) lost to Partap Cricket Academy: 171 for 5 in 24.2 overs (Mohit 72,Vineet 35,Aakash Bhardwaj 2 for 20,Manan 1 for 12).
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Despite Angad Khanna’s blistering knock of 96 runs,his Delhi-based team Dronacharya Cricket Foundation lost to Black Elephant Cricket Club (BECC) by seven wickets in the final match to win the Hot Weather Trophy played in Patiala on Wednesday. Asked to bat first,Dronacharya Cricket Foundation scored 183 runs for the loss of three wickets in 40 overs. With the help of four boundaries,Angad scored 96 runs to propel his side. In reply to the total,BECC achieved the target in 35 overs,losing three wickets. Ibadat (55) and Saurav (54 no) scripted BECC’s successful chase.
Dronacharya Cricket Foundation:183 for 5 in 40 overs (Angad Khanna 96,Deevansh 19,Likhit 18 no,Saurav 2 for 26,Yuvraj 1 for 38)
Black Elephant Cricket Club: 184 for 3 in 35 overs (Saurav 54 no,Ibadat 55,Jagjit Dass 31,Pratham 1 for 36 Praduman 1 for 31,Deevansh 1 for 26)