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Three-wicket hauls each by Manav and Jakshu guided Saupin's School to an eight-wicket win over St Kabir School, Sector 26 in the final of the UT Inter-School U-14 cricket tournament on Friday. Batting first, St Kabir School were restricted to a modest total of 71 runs for the loss of nine wickets in the allotted 20 overs. Shivanshu was the top scorer for the team with 13 runs. For Saupin's School, Manav and Jakshu claimed three wickets each while giving away 15 and 11 runs respectively. In reply, Saupin's reached the target for the loss of two wickets in 20 overs. Prabhjeet was the top scorer for the team with a superb knock of 39 runs.
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