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Shivkumar, Indra Sekhar shine

HYDERABAD, JUNE 21 . Shivkumar Raju's unbeaten 93 enabled BDL post 272 for two on the opening day of its A division three-day league match against Ensconse at the ECIL Grounds here on Monday.

At the Gymkhana Grounds, Hyderabad left-arm spinner P. Indra Sekhar Reddy's haul of five for 32 for M.P. Colts bundled out State Bank of Hyderabad for 170. Reddy's Andhra counterpart V. V. V. Appa Rao with a bag of five for 36 saw SCRSA restrict Andhra Bank to 201 at the RRC grounds.

The scores:

A division (three days): SBH 170 (K. Praveen Kumar 39, T. Pavan Kumar 40; P. Indra Sekhar Reddy five for 32) v MP Colts 71 for one (Abhinav Kumar 39 not out).

BDL 272 for two (P. Shashank Nag 56, Leo Brandon 45, Shivkumar Raju 93 not out, R. A. Viswanath 42 not out) v Ensconse.

Andhra Bank 201 (Ronald Rodrigues 38; V.V. V. Appa Rao five for 36) v SCRSA six for no loss.

A division (two days): Continental 165 (Gopi 60; K. V. K. Chaitanya four for 46, S. M. Shoaib three for 54, Rupesh three for 24) v Khalsa 123 for four (Shiva 42, Manish 43 not out).

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