November 10, 1998
MUMBAI, Nov 8: The unbroken first wicket stand of 135 between Sameer Dighe and Himanshu Waingankar helped Cricket Club of India beat Bombay Gymkhana by 10 wickets in the last league match to enter the last four of the Police Invitation Shield Cricket Tournament sponsored by Jayantilal Khandwala & Sons and Khandwala Securities at the Bombay Gymkhana here on Sunday.CCI topped the table with nine points in Group B while National finished second with eight points.
Brief Scores: Group A: MCA Colts 344 in 66.2 overs (Manoj Joglekar 102, Kiran Pawar 49, Amol Muzumdar 43, Mandar Phadke 84; Sanjay Hadpi 3-113, Pravin Tambe 4-37) bt Parsee Gymkhana 95 in 37.3 overs (Sanjay Hadpi 32; Santosh Saxena 6-44)
Mumbai City Police 332-9 (Amol Rane 66, Mayur Kadrekar 41, Pravin Amre 66, Sulakshan Kulkarni 74; Paras Mhambrey 3-103) bt Victory 164 in 42.5 overs (Mahendra Ingle 63, Maroof Khan 33; Naushad Khan 4-11, Shreyas Khanolkar 3-26)
Group B: Bombay Gym 133 in 54.1 overs (Adil Chagla 44; Iqbal Thakur 5-37, Hakim Khan2-38, Mayank Khandwala 2-29) lost to CCI 135-0(Sameer Dighe 72 n.o., Himamshu Waigankar 60 n.o.)
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