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Ravi bats well

Salem : A sparkling 93 by Ravi and a neatly compiled 73 by Rajnarayanan helped Rothmans CC score a big win over DD CC in the Indian Bank-SDCA first division league at the SSP grounds here recently.

The scores:

First division: Venkatramana CC 102 in 45 overs (M. Prem four for 42, Dushyanth four for 12) lost to TUG CC 105 for two in 17.5 overs (Dushyanth 63); Rothmans CC 232 in 43 overs (Ravi 93, Rajnarayanan 73, Kalai four for 21) bt DD CC 121 in 43 overs (Muruganandham four for 35).

Second division: Universal CC 147 in 40 overs lost to Maratha CC 148 for four in 35.2 overs (Y. Mubarak 50, A. Samiula 47 not out); Pals CC 138 in 40 overs (K. Anandh four 19) lost to Salvo CC 139 for six in 21 overs (K. Anandh 41).

Third division: Jaganathan CC 226 in 30 overs (Thiyagarajan 41, Manivanannan 40, Maurthupillai 40) bt Montfort School CC 128 for nine in 30 overs; Gandhiji CC 174 in 38 overs (Ajay Sharma 48, Prabhu 50) lost to Metro CC 175 for five in 31 overs (Jaganathan 77 not out).

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