India recorded a convincing 81-run win over Nepal under the Duckworth Lewis method to qualify for the semi-final of the Under-19 Asia Cup.
Slow left-arm spinner Vikas Mishra picked up four wickets to help his side bundle out Nepal for 91 in reply to India's 176 all out. Nepal’s target was revised to 173 in 47 overs after a brief rain.
Skipper Unmukt Chand and Baba Aparajith were the other major contributors for India, making 47 and 55 respectively.
One more day added to sri Lanka tour
Kuala Lumpur: The fixture of India’s tour of Sri Lanka starting next month has been revised to include a reserve day. The five-match ODI series, which will be followed by a one-off T20, was originally scheduled to start on July 22 but it will now begin on July 21.
Pak stars warned on tax evasion
Islamabad: Pakistan on Tuesday warned cricket stars against submitting tardy tax returns. The Federal Board of Revenue issued notices to six players.
South Africa to host Champions League T20
Kuala Lumpur: South Africa will host the fourth edition of the Champions League Twenty20 in October with Pakistan's Sialkot Stallions being the new entrant, it was confirmed today.
Jr Tendulkar in MCA u-14 probables list
Mumbai: Sachin Tendulkar’s son Arjun today took his first step towards following in the footsteps of his illustrious father as he was named in the Mumbai Cricket Association’s under 14 probables list for the off season training camp, to be held next month.
Suyal gets 3 wickets, Tondon hits century
New Delhi: Delhi Ranji paceman Pawan Suyal took 3 for 28 to help Telefunken beat MTNL by seven wickets in DDCA Hot Weather cricket.
In other games, Milind Tondon’s century helped RP Academy beat Sarojini Nagar while FCI, Sporting Club, Little Master and LB Shastri too won their matches.
In Super League, Chand Khanna beat Pelican by four wickets and Pusa Youngsters beat Kranti Star by six wickets.