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Jaideep’s spell goes in vain

NEW DELHI: A five-wicket haul by Jaideep Chouhan could not stop Darya Ganj Club from registering a thrilling one-wicket victory over RCN Club in the Elite division of the DDCA league here.

The scores: Elite: Delhi Gymkhana 275 for seven in 40 overs (Raman Sachdeva 144) bt Lal Bahadur Shastri CC 235 in 37 overs (Krishti Joshi 60, Manoj Kumar 52). RCN CC 218 for eight in 40 overs (Sandeep Tyagi 72, Jaideep Coudhary 63) lost to Darya Ganj CC 219 for nine in 39 overs (Prashant Husen 72, Jaideep Chouhan five for 57). Super Plate: Ashoka CC 213 for eight in 40 overs (Lohit Sharma 76, Jagpreet Singh 47) bt Sarojini Nagar CC 169 in 36 overs (Prashant Khichi 63). Parnam to officiate

Parnam Singh of Food Corporation of India (FCI) has been selected by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) to officiate as an umpire in the Sultan Azlan Shah tournament to be held at Ipoh, Malaysia, from May 8 to 18.

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