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Hyderabad: Houzef, Arbaz, Aditya, Saadhvik, Harshit hit tons | Published: 16th September 2019 | Posted Date: Monday 16th September 2019 05:59 PM

HYDERABAD: Sree Madhav turned in an allround performance on a day Mirza Houzef Baig, V. Saadhvik Reddy, Azizuddin, Harshit Choudhary, Arbaz Baig, Aditya Javvaji and S. Pranay slammed centuries while Sahith, Imran Ghouri, C. Jaisnehal, Pratham Jain and Rithwik Reddy came up with good performances with the ball in the Hyderabad Cricket Association’s U-16 league-cum-knockout tournament.

Sree Madhav of Sanghi Vidya Niketan came up with an allround show. He hit 158 to help his team post 216 for 9 in 40 overs before taking seven wickets to bundle Slate The School out for 76.

Mirza Houzef Baig of St Mark’s Boys Town High School fell 8 runs shy of a double century. His 192, decorated with 33 boundaries and two sixes, led his side to 358 in 45 overs against Asian Grammar School, who were out for 85.

Gowtham Model School (West Marredpally) players were on top of their game. Saadhvik Reddy hit an unbeaten 103 with 13 boundaries while teammate Azizuddin slammed 101 off 59 balls with 11 boundaries and three sixes to his credit as their team posted 435 for 6 in 50 overs. Sahith then took five wickets as Oak Valley Internatio-nal School was packed for just 42.

In another match, Imran Ghouri of St Francis of Assisi Boys School scalped seven wickets for 25 runs to restrict St Joseph’s Public School (King Koti) to 174. Chasing, Harshit Choudhary hit 100 as St Francis boys overhauled the target by losing just one wicket, in 18.1 overs.

C. Jaisnehal took seven wickets for 6 runs as Oakridge Internatio--nal School bowled out Narayana Concept School for just 22 in 9.5 overs for a 10-wicket win.

Arbaz Baig of St Peter’s High School scored 103 with six boundaries to his credit while teammate Pratham Jain took 5 for 32 against St Mary’s Junior College.

Aditya Javvaji of St Patrick’s slammed 109 with 12 boundaries and two sixes to help his side to 222 in 44.3 overs against Future Kids School, who were out for 108.

Rithwik Reddy took 5 for 10 as Sri Vidyaniketan International School got Sri Chaitanya School out for 70 before registering a 10-wicket victory.
S. Pranay of Gowtham Junior College (ECIL) was another centurion. He slammed 105 with 10 boundaries.

Sanghi Vidya Niketan 261/9 in 40 overs (Sree Madhav 158 — 146b, 18x4, Alok 36, Athrav 4/40, Aditya 3/53) bt Slate The School Abids 76 in 14.3 overs (Sree Madhav 7/22 — 6.3-0-22-7).
St Mark’s Boys Town High School 358/8 in 45 overs (Mirza Houzef Baig 192 — 125b, 33x4, 2x6, Farees Shareef 67) bt Asian Grammar School 85 in 19 overs (Divesh Bajaj 3/24)
Narayana Concept School 22 in 9.5 overs (Jaisnehal C. 7/6 — 4.5-1-6-7) lost to Oakridge International School (Bachupally) 27/0 in 3 overs.
St Joseph’s Public School (King Koti) 174 (Sathvik Ranjalkar 83, Imran Ghouri 7/25 — 8-2-25-7) lost to St Francis of Assisi Boys School 178/1 in 18.1 overs (Harshit Choudhary 100 — 54b, 13x4, 4x6).
Sri Chaitanya School 70 in 21.4 overs (Rithwik Reddy 5/10 — 6-2-1-5), Anuragh Reddy 3/23) lost to Sri Vidyaniketan International School 74 for no loss in 12 overs (Nythik Reddy 35 n.o).
St Patrick’s School 222 in 44.3 overs (Aditya Javvaji 109 — 105b, 12x4, 2x6), Aditya Yadav 30, Sreyash 3/32, Aditya Kumar Mishra 4/24) bt Future Kids School 108 in 26.1 overs (Prem 3/15, Pranav Hari 3/38).
Gowtham Model School (West Marredpally) 435/6 in 50 overs (V. Saadhvik Reddy 103 — 94b, 13x4, Azizuddin 101 — 59b, 11x4, 3x6) bt Oak Valley International School 42 in 22 overs (Sahith 5/12 — 7-1-12-5), Nithai 3/10).
St Peter’s High School 329/6 in 45 overs (Vimal Dev 45, Arbaz Baig 103 n.o. — 114b, 6x4, Abhiram 60 n.o) bt St Mary’s Junior College 62 in 16 overs (Pratham Jain 5/32 — 8-0-32-5, Varun Dhatrak 4/30).
Gowtham Junior College (ECIL) 207/8 in 35 overs (S. Pranay 105 — 107b, 10x4) bt Epistemo VL School 83 in 26.2 overs (Lohit Kumar 3/16, Praneeth Manoj 4/10).
Johnson Grammar School 186 in 42.3 overs (Lavonn Johnson 54, Sathwik 40, Reshikesh 3/36, Adithya 3/17, Bhargav 3/35) bt DPS Khajaguda 179 in 38 overs (Niral 60, Harsh 3/33).
St Andrews High School (Keesara) 96 in 28.1 overs (G. Vipul 3/16) bt Takshasheela Public School 76 in 24.4 overs (Sri Ram Sri Harsha 4/11).
Ghousia Model School 101 in 28.3 overs (Srihari 42, Hitesh 4/19) lost to Jawahar High School 102/2 in 19.3 overs (Bardosh Khan 36).
Silver Oaks International School 167/5 in 45 overs (Asmit Singh 80) lost to Vignan Vidyalaya (Nizampet) 168/5 in 28.3 overs (Sai Pavan Kumar 63 n.o).



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