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Big win for HDFC

HYDERABAD, MAY 31. HDFC recorded a 10-wicket win over Karvy in the Kingfisher Cup cricket tournament being held at different venues here on Monday.

The scores: Coca Cola 117 (Mahesh three for 15) bt Infosys 110 (Bharat four for 18).

HSBC 165 for four (Antony 44, Sashidhar 47) bt Radico 128 for five (Harikrishna 33, Sai 37).

Karvy 42 (Gafoor three for 12, Vishwajeet three for 18) lost to HDFC 43 for no loss (Dharmendra 31).

Max New York Life 122 (Murali 31) lost to Nokia 124 for two (Anil 56, Rajkumar 36). Gati 189 for three (Pradeep 64, Deepak 51 not out, Jairaj 44) bt Intelli 120 for six (Joseph 30).

Reliance 152 for four (Shamsehr 34, Terry 30) lost to Suresh Productions 158 for three (Arvind Kumar 78, Jagdish 37).

ICICI-HLD 172 for six (Nitin 60, Pramod 54, Sripathi 31) bt Press Club of Hyd 150 for eight (Bimal Dev 62, Nirdosh Reddy 48 no tout). Intergraph 188 for two (Sammal 36, Meghana 56, Arif 63) bt Techno XI 123 for nine (Raju 44, Sammal three for 16, Meghani three for 19).

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