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Danikal slams unbeaten century

HYDERABAD: An unbeaten century by opener P.J. Danikal (117 not out, 14x4, 2x6) for Commercial Taxes was the highlight of his team's win over APSEB in the A-Institution (one-day) league cricket championship here.

The scores: A-Division (Institution) league: ECIL 75 lost to PBCC 78 for two. Commercial Taxes 240 for eight (P.J. Danikal 117 not out, Chandu 45, Vijay 42) bt APSEB 62 (Jagadesh four for 14, Teja four for 10).

A-Division (one-day) league: Ameerpet 91 (Nusrat Khan five for 30) lost to Deccan Wanderers 92 for three (Nusrat Khan 38).

Southern Stars 144 (Imran 30, Sultan 36, Bajrang six for 25) bt Rohit XI 112 (Abhishek Shah 43, Zubair five for 32).

National 87 (T. Naveen 40 not out, Praveen five for 23) lost to Green Turf 88 for seven (Sunil Singh 31, T. Pavan three for 17, J. Maher four for 23).

Young Masters 158 for eight (Parvez Baig 41, Aslam 50 not out) bt Income Tax 72 (Yaseen Khan five for 16, Ishaq Baig three for 16).

Sportive 157 for nine (Sharath 53, Srinivas three for 25) bt Eklavya 90 (Roshan four for 26, Sharath three for 14).

St. Marys 103 (Devashish five for 34) lost to Hyd. Patriots 104 for nine (A.S. Reddy five for 30, Akshilesh three for 25).

Abhinav Colts 209 (Shiva 60, Ahmed 50, Arcot Vikram five for 22) bt Vijaypuri Willowmen 172 (Arcot Vikram 50, Ahmed three for 19).

Rushiraj 215 (Nadeem 39, Rashid 35, Md. Qadeer Khan 30 not out, Pradeep Jain three for 55, Satish four for 70) bt MP Blues 195 for seven (T. P. Varun 56, Swaroop 40).

Tarakarama 141 (Monith Menon 41, Raju 31) lost to OMC 142 for three (Satish 50 not out, Venky 39 not out).

HUCC 189 (Mohammed Ateeq 101, Mohammed Kaleemuddin 45, M.A. Haleem 31, A. Venkatesh five for 42, Srinivas four for 63) bt Sagar 120 (Nagraj 52, Parshuram 31, Moosa four for 22, Noor-e-Mujassim six for 19).

Schools league: HCA Academy 149 (Santosh 46, Sankeerth 38, Nikhil Chowdhary six for 28) lost to Adams XI 150 for one (Saif Ali 101 not out). Hyder XI 98 (Jayasuriya four for 18) lost to CK blues 104 for four (Dinesh 48).

St. Patricks 155 (Siddique 66, Prajwal 46, Lalith Goud four for 27) lost to Greenlands 156 for six (M. Yashwanth Reddy 69).

HPS ‘R' 75 (Vidath five for 15) lost to St Andrews 80 for one.

Yadav Diary 274 for five (Vishal Jude Phillips 139, Rahul Singh 88) bt Akshit 110 (Praneeth Reddy four for 35).

HPS ‘B' 227 for seven (Sharat Kumar 73, Nitesh Reddy 65) bt Mayur 118.

Vijayanad 94 (Varun Goud four for 17) lost toSatya CC 95 for seven.

B-Division league: FMC 69 (Naveen eight for 32) lost to Mahaveer 70 for seven (Ashwin Chaitanya five for 23).

Young Citizen 160 for eight (Akarsh 70 not out, Numan four for 35) lost to Cosmos 161 for seven (Gopi Prasad Gupta 43, R. Vishnu five for 35). Saint Sai 163 for eight (V. Narasimha four for 30) beat Cosmos 125 for eight.

BVB girls' win title

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan won the girls' under-17 volleyball title defeating St. Pious 15-7, 15-9 in the final of the Hyderabad District School Games Federation sports meet here.

The results: Volleyball: Girls: Under-17: Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan bt St. Pious HS 15-7, 15-9. Under-14: St. Pious HS bt St. Francis HS 15-13, 15-12. Badminton: Under-17: Boys: K. V. S. Reddy (All Saint's) bt M. Aakash (Kennedy HS) 21-17. Girls: Vijetha (St. Alphonsas) bt M. Pooja (St. Pious) 21-13 .

Coach's death condoled

Officials from the State government, headed by YA&T Principal Secretary A.K. Parida and the AP Olympic Association including acting President Prof K. Ranga Rao expressed shock and condolences at the demise of archery coach Cherukuri Lenin.

At a specially convened meeting here on Monday, the officials said it was one of the saddest days in Indian sport and more so for the talented archers from the Volga Archery Academy in Vijayawada where Lenin had been grooming them. “It is tragic to miss him when the sports fraternity was actually in a celebratory mood after his wards won silver in the recent Commonwealth Games,” they said.

Chess tournament

The 18th annual YMCA Tatipalli Gopala Krishna open chess tournament will be held from November 6 to 14. Entries close on November 4. Call 27564670.

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