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T.N. Veterinary registers thrilling win

Chennai: T.N. Veterinary scored a thrilling three-wicket win over RSVP Vidyapeeth in the South Zone inter-varsity cricket tournament here on Wednesday.

The scores: RSVP Vidyapeeth 94 in 27.5 overs lost to T.N. Veterinary 95 for seven in 19.5 overs.

Tumkur 264 in 50 overs (Ganesh 41, Ragavendra 74, Yogendra Prasad 43) bt Vinayaka Mission 66 in 20.3 overs (Ravindra four for 37); Mahatma Gandhi University (Kottayam) 163 in 44 overs (R. Hari Kumar 41, N.V.Kr. Rama Chetanya four for 30) bt Acharya Nagarjuna 101 in 30.1 overs; VTU (Belgaum) 227 for nine in 50 overs (Anupam 46) bt VIT (Vellore) 86 in 26.5 overs (Jabrez Alam four for 21); Kerala Agriculture University 141 in 33.2 overs lost to M.S. University (Tirunelveli) 144 for three in 24.5 overs (Shanmugha Bhoopathy 53 n.o.); Rajiv Gandhi Inst H & S 194 in 47.1 overs lost to Mangalore 195 for seven in 48.5 overs (Sudhir 51).

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