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Badminton tournament from tomorrow

VIJAYAWADA: Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences and Siddhartha Medical College will jointly organise the South Zone inter-university badminton tournament for men and women from October 27 to 31 at DRRMC indoor stadium, said Dr. NTRUHS vice-chancellor I.V. Rao here on Monday.

Over 100 teams are taking part in the five-day tournament. All India inter-university badminton championship for men and women will also held at the same venue from November 1 to 4.

Sai Dineesh loses

Visakhapatnam's K. Sai Dineesh Kumar lost to Maharashtra's Deep Joshi 1-2 in the final to finish second in the cadet boys' section of the sub-junior carrom championship that concluded at Ankola on October 23, according to Jaleel, secretary, Andhra Carrom Association.

Vijayawada's T. Vamsi Krishna bowed out in the semifinals losing to Deep Joshi 1-2. Ch. Amulya of Vizag finished fifth in the cadet girls' section.

PSPB tourney

Top players like Rohit Sharma, Wasim Jaffer and Manish Pandey will be seen in action in the 31st all-India PSPB inter-unit cricket tournament to be organised by Hindustan Petroleum Corporation here from October 26 to 29, according to Elias I. Ahmed, chief manager, corporate affairs, here on Monday.

Eight teams, including defending champion ONGC and runner-up Bharat Petroleum Corporation, will battle it out for top honours in the tournament to be played on a league-cum-knockout basis.

Former Hyderabad Ranji cricketer B. Mohan has been named as the technical head of the event.

Divjot shines

A good spell by Divjot (six for 37) for Pallavi Model School was the highlight of the HCA U-16 knock-out cricket tournament in Hyderabad on Monday.

The scores: HCA U-19 zonals (three-day): Green 229 for four (Tanmay Agarwal 68, Ashrith 70, N. Sharath Mudiraj 43 not out) vs. Yellow; Combined Districts 80 for three (Rakesh 31 batting) vs. Red.

HCA U-16 knock-out (one-day): Oakridge 88 (Siddhanth 30 ,Vikas three for 16, Vivek four for 21) lost to Kendriya Vidyala, Bolarum, 89 for three (Vikas 43 not out).

Pallavi Model School 146 (Divjot 32, Sai Chran three for 26, D. B. V. Naynesh four for 13) bt Sri Satya Vidya Vihar HS 103 (Chinmay 30, Divjot six for 37, Rudhra four for 30).

Sultan-ul-Uloom 218 (Mazhar 60, Ahmed 47, Mubashir 34) bt DAV Public School 93 (Mubashir five for 14); Delhi Public School 108 (Romit Singh 37, Nikhil three for eight) lost to Suprabhat Model School 109 for four (Akshay Raj 53 not out).

Gnaneswar sizzles

Gnaneswar's 137 helped Chittoor finish its first innings at 243 and take a lead of 129 runs against Nellore in the ACA South Zone U-14 inter-district tournament for the Fr. Vincent Ferrer Memorial trophy at Anantapur on Monday.

In a rain-hit match, Kurnool made 127 in 41.4 overs in reply to Kadapa's 275 in 112.3 overs.

The scores:

Kadapa 275 in 112.3 overs (Govind Naik six for 66) vs. Kurnool 127 in 41.4 overs (Praveen five for 59); Nellore 114 & 127 for three in 58 overs (Venkateswarlu 76 batting) vs. Chittoor 243 in 85.3 overs (Gnaneswar 137, Abdullah five for 83).

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