Citybriefs: Modern School win

Fine knock by Delhi under-16 captain Himmat Singh (42) and good contributions from Pragam Sharma (36) and Junaid Aamir (3/25) helped Modern School Barakhamba Road beat DPS Mathura Road by 7 runs and lift the 23 rd Radha Kishan Sanjay Inter School Cricket tournament at Rajauri Garden ground. Himmat was named the man of the match.

Brief score: Modern School:172 allout in 19.5 overs (Himmat Singh 42, Pragam Sharma 36; Ashmeet Alwadi 4/26, Ankit Chillar2/26) DPS Mathura Road165 for 8 in 20 overs (Arjun Tyagi 50, Ankit Chillar 29; Junaid Aamir 3/25)

Kapil scores 112

Fine century by man of the match Kapil Sharma, who mad e an unbeaten 122 and a half-century knock by Pawan Gill (53 n.o) helped SKV beat Paschim Vihar Sports Complex by 8 wickets in the 2nd John Victor Memorial U-14 Cricket Tournament at Ashok Vihar.

Brief score: Paschim Vihar Sports Complex 254 for 5 in 40 overs:(Aditiya Gautam 89, Dheeraj Jha 56) SKV Academy 257 for 2 in 39.2 Overs (Kapil Sharma 122n.o., Pawan gill 53 n.o.)

Harsh, Aman take three

Fine knock by Nitish Sharma (34) and good bowling spells from Harsh Vardhan (3/12) and Aman Panda (3/13) helped Bimla Devi Academy beat St. Marry Academy by 32 runs in the MRV Sunil Khanna memorial under-14 cricket tournament.

Brief score: Bimla Devi Academy132 for 8 in 20 overs (Nitish Sharma 34, Nikhil Bharti 17; Sunil Kumar 2/17; Dibyanshu Kumar 2/16) St. Marry Academy100 all out in 16.4 overs (Ankur Kumar 20, Sushil Kumar 18, Harsh Vardhan 3/12, Aman Panda 3/13)

Bal Bhawan triumph

Fine batting by man of the match Aditya Ranjan (53 n.o) and Akash Nayak 44 and good bowling from Vivek Yadav (3/23) and Shubham Shokeen (2/21) helped Bal Bhawan School Dawarka beat Maharaja Agrasen Cricket Academy by eight wickets and get four points in the 2nd Shanti Bhawan U-12 cricket tournament at Bal Bhawan School Dawarka.

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