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Manikandan's effort goes in vain

Chennai: Manikandan's all-round efforts (four wickets and 37) went in vain as Swastik CA lost by 33 runs to Kancheepuram DCA in quarterfinal of the Panasonic Hi-Tech Diagnostics tournament held recently. The matches on the weather-affected opening day were shortened to 10 overs-a-side.

The scores: Quarterfinals: Kancheepuram DCA 125 for eight in 20 overs (Vishal 29, Santhosh 33, Alwar 25, Manikandan four for 27) bt Swastik CA 92 for eight in 20 overs (Manikandan 37, Swaminathan three for 15).

First round: FSCA 130 for four in 20 overs (Mitchel Mannyas 38, Venkatesh 27) bt Stanley CA, Nagapattinam 116 for nine in 20 overs (K. Muthukumar 28, Mitchel Mannyas four for 24).

Vidya Mandir CA 137 for six in 20 overs (S. Vignesh 35, K.S. Prahalad 26) lost to St. Mary's SA 138 for four in 20 overs (S. Premnath 74).

MCC 50 for seven in 10 overs lost to Santhome 51 for one in 7.3 overs (M. Prasanna 31 not out, V. Vignesh 18).

St. Bede's 79 for seven in 10 overs (C. Aqshay 25 not out) lost to Prahlad CA 79 for two in 10 overs (M. Adithyan 41 not out) (decided by Super Over)

Tirupur DCA 54 in 15 overs lost to LMCA 55 for two in 6.5 overs (S.Vignesh 25 not out).

N. Kannaiah CA 53 for five in 10 overs lost to Tiruvallur DCA 54 for no loss in 6.1 overs.

Kancheepuram DCA 72 for seven in 10 overs (U. Vishal 25) bt Kedar CA 47 for five in 10 overs.

Rohanth, Aditya shine

Half-centuries by G. Rohanth Paul 58 and G. Aditya Raj helped St. Michael's Academy defeat Chettinad Vidyashram by 122 runs in the H. Sunderam memorial cricket tournament, here.

The scores: Abdul Jabbar CA 102 in 25 overs lost to Nellai Nadar 103 for five in 21.4 overs.

St. Michael's Academy 199 for four in 30 overs (G. Rohanth Paul 58, G. Aditya Raj 63 n.o., S. Prithveer 25) bt Chettinad Vidyashram 77 in 23.5 overs (G. Aditya Raj three for 15, Vivian Mathew three for 26).

Easy for Kedar CA

Vidhur Kumar Kaushik and Abhishek claimed four wickets each to help Kedar CA to an eight-wicket win over Prahlad CC in the Prahlad under-10 cricket tournament here.

The scores: Prahlad CC ‘B' 68 in 15.5 overs (Vidhur Kumar Kaushik four for 20, Abhishek four for 15) lost to Kedar CA 69 for two in 8.5 overs; Future Stars CA 167 for nine in 25 overs (Nivethan 28, B. Krishna Prasadh three for 32, Sidarth three for 41) bt Chennai CA 138 for nine in 25 overs (Tushar 34, S. Shyan Sundar 30, S. Aakash 25, Kishan Kumar three for 15, Sudharsan three for 12) .

Sundar scalps four

R. Sundar claimed four wickets for six runs to take Little Hearts Cricket Academy to an eight-wicket victory over Adambakkam CA in the LHCA Parents Trophy cricket tournament here.

The scores: Adambakkam CA 84 (R. Sundar four for six) lost to Little Hearts Cricket Academy 88 for two in 16.3 overs (U. Mukilesh 27 n.o., M. Andrew 35 n.o.); Swastik 110 for eight in 30 overs lost to Prahlad 111 for five in 17.5 overs (R. Venkat Narayanan 41) .

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