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Rahul, Dhruv excel

NEW DELHI, APRIL 5. Rahul Dewan (104) and Dhruv Singh (67 not out) helped Sonnet Club take a first innings lead over Malviya Club as the two-day Premier Division match in the DDCA cricket league petered into a draw here. Sonnet earned two points by virtue of the first innings lead.

The scores: Premier Division: Malviya Club 211 in 64 overs (Neeraj Chawla 63, Sachin Khurana 46, Bhuvnesh Sharma 42, Sohail Sharma four for 70) drew with Sonnet Club 213 for three in 48.3 overs (Rahul Dewan 104, Dhruv Singh 67 not out).

Super Plate-II: R.P. Academy 205 in 40 overs (Sandeep Tyagi 45, Puneet Mehra 37) bt Syndicate Bank 184 in 38.1 overs (Prabhakar Jha 41, Arshad Masi four for 26)

Super Plate-I: Yorks Club 212 for six in 40 overs (Anand Amba 50, Dheeraj 41) lost to K.G. Colts 215 for eight in 37 overs (Rajiv Sharma 90 not out, Tarun Choudhary 51).

Plate Division: Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 180 for eight in 40 overs lost to Canara Bank 181 for four in 35.1 overs.

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