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Raghavendra shines

Bangalore: C. Raghavendra's five-wicket haul and C. Raghu's unbeaten 53 helped KSCA President's XI ambush Air India SC in a KSCA All India invitation tournament match that concluded at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Monday.

President's XI won by three wickets.

The scores:

Air India SC 150 in 48.5 overs (including 10 penalty runs) (Rohan Kerkar 39, C. Raghavendra five for 43) lost to KSCA President's XI 172 for seven in 46.2 overs (including 20 penalty runs) (C. Raghu 53 n.o., Devraj Patil 32, R.P. Singh four for 49). Dr. D.Y. Patil CA 395 in 98.4 overs (Sarvesh Damle 126, Abhishek Raut 109, Anand Singh 64, Bravish Shetty 41, Kaneshk Naidu three for 52) vs Hyderabad CA. KSCA Colts 369 in 99.2 overs (Kunal Kapoor 116, Santhosh Kumar 96, Sunil Raju 55, Nitin Bhilee 52, Jagadeesh three for 39) vs Kerala CA. KSCA XI 382 for five in 100 overs (Amit Verma 144 n.o., K.L. Rahul 105, K.B. Pawan 50, Anirudh Joshi 32) vs Vidarbha CA. — Special Correspondent

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