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DTDC SC regains title

BANGALORE, APRIL 27. DTDC Sports Club regained the `B `Zone Championship in teh Industrries Cricket tournament with a convincing eight wickets win over BEML SC here.

BEML (Mysore) batting first made 228 for nine in its allotted 45 overs but an unbeaten 120 by DTDC opener T.S. Prasad made light of the target as DTDC raced away to a 231 for two in just 35.5 overs. Sudheer Rao remained unbeaten on 54 for the champions.

In the `A' zone semifinals, Canara Bank proved trifle too good for traditional rivals Vijaya Bank. Canara Bank will be SBM in the final.

The scores (Zone `B' final): BEML (Mysore) SC 228 for nine in 45 overs (Vijaya Prakash 59, R. Madhusudhan 43, Muralimohan 36) lost to DTDC 231 for two in 35.5 overs (T.S. Prasad n.o 120, Sudheer Rao n.o 54).

`A' Zone (Semifinal): Canara Bank 312 for nine in 43 overs (C. rajesh 113, Vijay Bharadwaj 53, Siraguppi 42; Vinaya Kumar four for 40) bt Vijaya Bank SC 240 for eight in 45 overs (Shyam Ponnappa 34, Puranik 33, Santosh Wadiyaraj n.o 26).

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