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Nauman shines

BANGALORE: Abdul Nauman’s 104 set the base for Jawahar SC’s 136-run victory over Malleswaram Gymkhana in a KSCA under-19 tournament match here recently.

The scores:

Jawahar SC 325 for nine in 50 overs (Abdul Nauman 104, Santhosh Raj 92, Suraj 31, Abhay 31 n.o., Sai Kumar 29, Mallik three for 73) bt Malleswaram Gymkhana 189 in 44 overs (Chandrashekar 44, Suhas 27, Kishan Kumba three for 36).

FUCC 69 in 30.5 overs (Hemanth five for 34) lost to Jayanagar Colts 73 for one in 12.3 overs (Parikshit 33 n.o.).

YMCA 158 in 45 overs (Sirivennela 36, Supreet 35, Akshay 25) lost to Jupiter CA 159 for one in 29.5 overs (Arjun Gowda 76 n.o., Bharath Prashanth 43 n.o.).

Jaidur Cricketers 209 in 45.2 overs (Aman Raj 55, K.N. Bharath 40, S.A. Khan 25, Suraj four for 25) bt Mount Joy CC 144 in 32 overs (Muniraju 39, Sanjith Shankar four for 27, Prashanth three for 39). — Principal Correspondent

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