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Guru Nanak, Vivekananda advance

CHENNAI: Guru Nanak and RKM Vivekananda entered the semifinals of the Quaid-e-Milleth inter-college cricket tournament.

The scores: Guru Nanak 243 for seven in 30 overs (A.C. Prathiban 74,Vijay Shankar 65, N.K. Arjun 56, S. Abdhur three for 50, B. Venkatesh three for 55) bt MCC 44 in 11.2 overs (T. Aravind four for 20, Mohan Raj four for 17).

Patrician 148 for eight in 30 overs (R.K. Saravanan Kumar 65, N.G. Barath 47, Puneeth three for 27, Balaji three for 17) bt KRMM 93 in 21 overs (R.K. Saravanan Kumar three for 19).

RKM Vivekananda 108 for seven in 20 overs (Malolan Rangarajan 37 n.o., Raju three for 11) bt Patrician 97 for seven in 20 overs (Aditya Ravi three for 13).

Guru Nanak 144 in 24.5 overs (Bala Chander Bharat 38,Vijay Shankar 59, Rafolin Raj three for 21, Janaki Raman three for 22) bt SIVET 95 in 22 overs (Uthaya Kumar 50 n.o.).

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