citybriefs: Nitish slams ton
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Nitish Rana (122 n.o) hit a century and his knock alongside contributions from Hardik Pahwa (70) and Akarshit Gomel (4/33) helped Delhi beat Punjab by 47 runs in the Vinoo Mankad U-19 trophy at Mohali.
Brief score: Delhi 254 for 7 in 50 overs (Nitish Rana 122 n.o, Hardik Pahwa 70, Amritpal 4/53); Punjab 207 all out in 45.3 overs (Bhupender Singh 45, Simranjeet Singh 40, Akarshit Gomel 4/33, Vision Panchal 3/43, Sarang Rawat 2/41)
Ankit, Lalit shine
Powered by knocks by man of the match Ankit Dadwal (44) and Lalit Yadav (36), Telefunken beat Mata Ved Solanki Academy by 101 runs in the Abhishek Jindal memorial under-16 cricket tournament at Bharat Nagar ground.
Brief score: Telefunken:196 for 6 in 40 overs (Ankit Dadwal 44, Lalit Yadav 36, Shivam Gupta 28 n.o, Rishabh Kapoor 3/32); Mata Ved Solanki Academy 95 allout in 34.3 overs (Gaurav Bhardwaj 27, Manish Sehrawat 2/12,Ankush Tyagi 2/19)
In another match at the RSKP ground, Lakshay Bakshi hit an unbeaten 88 that helped Gyan Bhati Academy beat Saba Karim Academy by 4 wickets.
Brief score: Saba Karim Academy 225 all out in 39.1 overs (Kusai Kumar 80, Mukesh Raj 40, Kuldeep Chaurasia 32, Pushp Kant 3/32, Arman Ahmad 2/48); Gyan Bharti Academy 227 for 6 in 39.4 overs (Lakshay Bakshi 88 n.o, Manav Kumar 42, Kuldeep Chaurasiya 2/36)
Ramjas School triumph
Manni Kumar (83) and Vikas Rana (58) hit half centuries to help Ramjas School No.2 beat Navyug School by 146 runs in the Paul George memorial under-16 Cricket tournament at St. George ground.
Brief score: Ramjas No.2 252 for 6 in 20 overs (Manni Kumar 83, Vikas Rana 58, Akash Sharma 48, Bhupender Singh 3/09, Kaushal Kumar 2/36); Navyug Senior Secondary School 106 allout in 17.2 overs (Kaushal Kumar 36, Nitish Kumar 29, Praveen Rawat 3/29)
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