Delhi u-19 in strong position AGAINST J-K
Prakash Bhandari’s 143 runs (146 balls, 24x4) and Arjun Arora’s 91 helped Delhi reach 351/5 against Jammu and Kashmir on the first day in the Vijay Merchant under-16 tournament here on Thursday.cricket Updated: Dec 17, 2010 01:27 IST
Prakash Bhandari’s 143 runs (146 balls, 24x4) and Arjun Arora’s 91 helped Delhi reach 351/5 against Jammu and Kashmir on the first day in the Vijay Merchant under-16 tournament here on Thursday.
Pratyush Singh made 47. J&K had won the toss and elected to field first.
Brief Scores: Delhi Ist inn: 351 for 5 decl in 84 overs (Prashant Bhandari n.o. 143, Arjun Arora 91, Pratyush Singh 47, M Khan 3/86). J&K Ist inn: 24 for 1 in 4 overs.
Sahil and Amandeep Shine
Amandeep Singh's 60 and Sahil Sharma's 5/29 helped Venkteshwara Gush Academy beat GRM Academy by 53 runs in the Lurent Cup under-15 cricket tournament .
Brief Scores: Venketshwara Gush Academy: 193 for 6 in 40 overs: Amandeep Singh 60, Arif Khan 45, Jai Ahuja 3/33.
GRM Academy: 140 all out in 34 Overs: Sandeep Rai 72, Sahil Sharma 5/29, Harsh Kumar 2/25.
Mota school beat Delhi public school
SS Mota Singh Model School (Senior Secondary), Paschim Vihar outplayed Delhi Public School, Ghaziabad 5-0 in the Mota Singh hockey tournament here on Thursday. Inderpreet scored three for the winners while Nikhil and Vikas scored one each.
Chinese delegation play TT matches
The visiting Chinese delegation, including executive vice-president of the Chinese Development Bank, Gao Jiang, on Thursday played friendly table tennis matches with Delhi paddlers.