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Rohan simply superb

Bangalore: Rohan Shah's spell of six for five set up Gandhinagar CC's eight-wicket victory over Mathikere in a KSCA Group I fifth division league match here recently. Gandhinagar bundled out Mathikere for 70 and scored the winning runs in 9.1 overs.

The scores:

Mathikere 70 in 23 overs (Rohan Shah six for five) lost to Gandhinagar 71 for two in 9.1 overs.

Merchants (2) 193 in 44.3 overs (Tejas 60, Srikanth four for 21) lost to City Cricketers (2) 196 for seven in 37.4 overs (Anjan 61,Vinayaka 60).

Star Cricketers 321 for seven in 50 overs (Arjun 64, N.S. Praveen 61) bt Caravan 134 in 30.3 overs (Praveen six for 32).

Govt. Arts College 117 in 30.5 overs (Chandru 50) lost to Elite Blues 122 for two in 18.1 overs (Satish Kumar 75 n.o.).

Sri Jayachamarajendra 151 in 33 overs (R.R. Shenvi five for 36, Sumedh four for 12) lost to Jayanagar Cricketers 155 for one in 33.2 overs (Raghavendra 58 n.o., Sumedh 50 n.o.).

Palar Sports Club 171 in 39.2 overs (Nitish 53, Sanjay 49) lost to Kengeri Cricketers 172 for eight in 32.2 overs (Tousif Ahmed 50, Guruprasad 45).

Vikram CC 192 in 48.5 overs (Arfat Iqbal 40, Mahadev four for 31) lost to Karnataka Youth CA (Kolar) 195 for seven in 45.4 overs (M.P.N. Swamy 83).

Bowlers CC 259 for eight in 50 overs (Raghavendra 98, Manjunath four for 75) lost to Diamond 263 for five in 37 overs (Girish 66 n.o., Dhanu Vijay 65).

BMS College of Engineering 290 for nine in 50 overs (K. Vivek 104, Anoop 74, Satyadeep five for 58) bt Young Boy's CA 288 in 48.3 overs (Parikshit 65, Gopi 65, Brijesh Singh 41, Praveen four for 79).

Vijaya CC (Malur) 344 in 50 overs (Babu 96, Srinivas 79, Kumaraswamy 49, Hanume Gowda five for 138, J. Kumar four for 129) bt Canarese CC 118 in 28.5 overs (Krishna four for nine).

National United 222 in 45.4 overs (Vinod 60, Shoban Babu 42, Chandan 5 for 35) bt Hammonds CC 219 in 38.5 overs (Sumit 60, Tejas 60).

Bangalore Indian 187 for nine in 50 overs (Bharath 43, Bhaskar 41n.o.) lost to Shantinagar 188 for seven in 47.4 overs (Bhaskar 87 n.o.).

Dharwad SC in last four

Dharwad SC entered the semifinals of the State-level cricket tournament, organised under the auspices of the Karnataka Star Sports Club and Hubli-Dharwad Municipal Corporation, defeating BDK Sports Foundation (Hubli) by one wicket at the Nehru Stadium in Hubli on Tuesday.

Opting to bat, BDK made 218 in 40 overs. Dharwad reached the target in the last over, losing nine wickets.

The scores:

BDK SF 218 for eight in 40 overs (Devaraj Koti 79, Aniruddh Joshi three for 36) lost to Dharwad SF 219 for nine in 40 overs (Keshav Chitta 46, Pavan Deshpande 39 not out); Man of the match: Pavan Deshpande.

Easy for National CC

National Cricket Club registered a facile six-wicket win over Friends CC in their league match in the Sri Gopalaswami memorial cricket tournament at the Gangothri grounds in Mysore on Tuesday.

The scores: Friends 155 in 31.5 overs (Mahadevaswamy four for 32, Renukumar four for 41) lost to National 156 for four in 23.1 overs (Hari Krishnakumar 48).

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