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Rahul Singh hits 207

KOZHIKODE: Rahul Singh struck 207 to help Hyderabad post 397 for nine decl. in its first innings on the second day of the three-day match against Karnataka in the Vijay Merchant Trophy South Zone (under-16) cricket tournament here on Wednesday.

Karnataka was 90 without loss at stumps.

The scores:

At Kozhikode: Karnataka 93 in 35 overs & 90 for no loss (Lal Sachin 60 batting, Nischal 30 batting) v Hyderabad 397 for nine decl. in 105 overs (Rahul Singh 207, Chaithanya Reddy 74, Arun Deva 45)

At Perinthalmanna: Andhra 399 in 102.2 overs (P. Srikrishna 79, Ricky Bhui 65, S. Avinash 52, Karan Shinde 51, Sivam Mapsekar three for 74) v Goa 115 in 70.2 overs (A.S. Natekar 32, A. Ramesh Reddy four for 46) & six for one in six overs.

At Palakkad: Kerala 300 in 125.1 overs (Sanju Viswanath 162, Shankar Shan Joshi 61) v Tamil Nadu seven for no loss in one over . — Principal Correspondent

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