Bal Bhawan win title
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A fine spell by man of the match Rohit Tyagi (4/21), an all-round contribution from Gupil Rai (38 runs and 2/19) and Rajat Gour's 29 helped Bal Bhawan Dawarka beat Ryan International School Rohini by 8 wickets to win the 2nd B.K Gupta Memorial T20 Inter School prize money cricket tournament. The winning team won Rs. 1 lakh, while the runners-up recieved Rs. 50,000.
Best batsman of the series Rajat Gaur, who scored 271 runs, also won a cash prize of Rs. 21,000. Best Bowler Rohit Tyagi who has taken 17 wickets in the whole tournament also won Rs. 21,000. Best wicketkeeper award went to Ankit Rawat and Gupil Rai was adjudged man of the tournament, also collecting cash prizes.
Brief Scores: Ryan International School 84 all out in 19 overs. Arpan Uppal 25 Rohit Tyagi 4/21 Gupil Rai 2/19 ball bhawan 85 for 2 in 15 overs. Gupil Rai 38 Rajat Gour 29
Pranav takes three
A fine spell of bowling by man of the match Pranav Gupta, who took three wickets giving away just seven runs helped Gyan Bharti Academy beat Vidya Jain Academy by five wickets to enter the pre-quarterfinals of the XVII Sahibzada Ajit Singh Cricket tournament at Guru Gobind Singh College Ground. Gyan Bharti's Dinesh Dabas also took 3/33 and batting second, Ankur Julka (44 n.o), Manav Sharma 35, Akash Sorut 37 helped in the successful chase.
Brief Scores: VIDYA JAIN 151 all out in 35 overs (Harsh Awasthi 48, Vivek Rana 25, Iswindr Singh 23; Pranav Gupta 3/7, Dinesh Dabas 3/33) GYAN BHARTI ACADEMY 155 for 5 in 39 overs (Ankur Julka 44 n.o, Manav Sharma 35, Akash Sorut 37)
Ajay falls short of ton
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