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Delhi, Karnataka, Hyderabad XI win
Hyderabad: Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA), Karnataka and Hyderabad XI posted impressive wins over the respective opponents on the third day...
Hyderabad: Delhi District Cricket Association (DDCA), Karnataka and Hyderabad XI posted impressive wins over the respective opponents on the third day of the All India Coromandel King Moin-ud-Dowlah Gold Cup invitation cricket tournament here on Wednesday.
DDCA crushed Goa Cricket Association by nine wickets after Manan Sharma with a 5/57 haul restricted Goa to 243 for seven in their second innings.
Karnataka defeated Hyderabad President’s XI by six wickets, thanks to useful efforts by Mayank Agarwal (98) and Karun Nayar (81).
Hyderabad XI prevailed over Kerala by three wickets with CV Milind (3/52), Pragyan Ojha (3/83), T Suman (56) and Danny Derek Prince with an unbeaten 56 helping the team’s cause.
Brief scores-Day 3-NFC Ground: Goa Cricket Association 244 & 243 for 7 in 40 overs (Amogh Desai 57, Snehal K 81, Manan Sharma 5/57 ) lost to DDCA 373 & 120 for 1 in 29 overs (Dhruv Shorey 44no, Jagrit Anand 66no); ECIL: Hyderabad President’s XI 339 & 224 for 7 in 40 overs (Abhinav Kumar 41, Ahmed Quadri 79, V E Sundeep Rajan 32, S Arvind 3/74, S L Akshay 2/40) lost to Karnataka 343 & 224 for 4 (Mayank Agarwal 98, Karun Nayar 81): RGICS: Kerala 312 & 203 (Sachin Mohan 30, Akshay Kodath 38, Jaffar Jamal 49, CV Milind 3/52, Pragyan Ojha 3/83) lost to Hyderabad XI 359 & 157 for 3 in 34.3 overs (T Suman 56, Danny Derek Prince 56no, B Sandeep 31no).