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Hyderabad Cricket Association: Giri, Yashwanth, Sunny, Ruthish, Anand shine

eTelangana.org | Published: 11th November 2019 | Posted Date: Monday 11th November 2019 07:33 PM

Hyderabad: Sesha Giri put out a splendid show to hit a double century; C. V. Anand, Mohd Mohsen Pasha, Aravind, Siddharth Jain, and Vivek G. got a century each, while Y. Yashwanth, P. Ruthish Reddy, Sunny Tiwari, Khush Agarwal, Hrithwik A. J, S. Manish, Aditya Malhotra, and Vasanth were bowlers who turned in brilliant performances in the Hyderabad Cricket Association’s One-Day league-cum-knockout championship matches.

Team SUCC’s Sesha Giri hit an unbeaten 201 as teammate Yashwanth later snared seven St Mary’s wickets while giving away just 9 runs to bowl them out for a paltry 74 in reply to SUCC’s 437 for 9.

In another match, Sunny of Lal Bahadur PG scalped six Red Hills wickets to lead his side to victory. Lal Bahadur won by six wickets as they made 100 for 4 in reply to Red Hills who were all out for 99.

Team International CC’s Ruthish was another bowler with exceptional performance as he snared six Hyderabad Wanderers wickets. In reply to International CC’s 268 in 49.1 overs, Wanderers were all out for 132 in just 31 overs.

In another match, Vivek of St Patrick’s hit 139 to help his side post 291 for 9 in 45 overs against Consult CC who made 235 for 4 to lose by by NORM method.
C. V. Anand of Secunderabad Club was another centurion. Opening the innings, he hit 106 with the help of nine boundaries and five sixes in 98 balls as his team posted 222 for 8. It was his second century in five matches. However, his effort was foiled as Sacred Heart’s won the match by three wickets.

Mohsen of Adams XI put up a brilliant performance, scoring 101 to lead his side to victory. Adams made 193 in 43 overs and then restricted Abhinav Colts to 186 for 8 in 45 overs.

In another match, Aravind hit 100 for Abhinav Colts in a losing cause against Navjeevan Friends.

Siddharth of Akshit CC hit 101 to lead his side to a two-wicket victory over Raju CA, for whom Vasanth took a five-for. Replying to Raju CA’s 202, Akshit CC made 203 for 8 in 30 overs.

Manish (5/18), Hrithwik (5/25), Aditya (5/22) and Khush (5/47) also bowled well for their teams.

Brief Scores:
ONE-DAY LEAGUE
SUCC 437/9 in 50 overs (Sesha Giri 201 n.o., Rajnikanth 48, Charan Teja 83, Tejas 3/86) bt St Mary’s 74 in 18 overs (Y. Yeshwanth 7/9).
International CC 268 in 49.1 overs (P. Sai Akshath Reddy 58, Aryan Raj S. 34, Anurag Vinayshiv 55, Parth Satwalekar 38, Hriday Agarwal 4/26) bt Hyderabad Wanderers 132 in 31 overs (Vipul 43, Jitendra 39, P. Ruthish Reddy 6/29).
Red Hills 99 in 27.1 overs (Harish Kumar 35, Mahesh 30, Sunny Tiwari 6/24) lost to Lal Bahadur PG 100/4 in 30 overs.
Secunderabad Club 222/8 in 35 overs (C. V. Anand 106 — 98b, 9x4, 5x6, Jaidev Reddy 61) lost to Sacred Hearts 223/7 in 34.1 overs (James 54, Jerome 40 n.o., Stanley 45).
Adams XI 193 in 43 overs (Mohd Mohsen Pasha 101, Shiva 4/21) bt Abhinav Colts 186/8 in 45 overs (Arvind 50, Abhishek 3/33).
Navjeevan Friends 269/4 in 50 overs (Repala Ram 45, Maria Williams 64, A. Vijay Kanth 62 n.o.) bt Abhinav Colts 187 in 44.3 overs (Aravind 100, B Balaji 4/41).
St Patrick’s 135 in 35 overs (Hari Pranav 52, Hrithwik A. J. 5/25) lost to Swastik CC 136/3 in 12.3 overs (Vrishab Reddy 64, Kush 33)
Gunrock CC 86 in 34 overs (S. Manish 5/18, S. Yatish 3/10) lost to Swastik Union 87/2 in 17 overs (Lalith 43 n.o.).
St Patrick’s 291/9 in 45 overs (Vivek G. 139, Hari Pranav 83, Vineth Pawer 3/50) bt Consult CC 235/4 in 37.3 overs (Santosh 81, Ayush 40, Venkatesh 32, Pranav 41 n.o. (Norm Method)
Satyam Colts 89 in 20.2 overs (Imran Ghouri 4/40, Aditya Malhotra 5/22) lost to Universal CC 93/4 in 18.3 overs (Aawez Ahmed 40).
Raju CA 202 in 27.1 overs (Peter 30, Syed 40, Syed Armaan 31, Shubhan 4/45) lost to Akshit CC 203/8 in 30 overs (Siddharth Jain 101, Vasanth 5/16).
Ekalavya CC 352/8 in 40 overs (Vinmuk Raj 45, Manish 45, Keertan 53, Avatar 39, Teja 77, Tharun 3/44) bt Hyderabad Patriots CC 136 in 22.2 overs (Akshar 40, Khush Agarwal 5/47, Varun Dhatrak 3/23).
Marredpally Blues 233 in 37.5 overs (Yesudas 33, Swamy 40, DRC Kiron 4/50) bt Gaganmahal CC 147 in 34.3 overs (Abhilash 55).
SN Group 146 in 39.3 overs (Aryaman 45, Nishanth 30, Ramesh 3/17, Saadhwik K. 3/22) lost to Rushiraj 147/4 in 29.5 overs (Ramesh 34, Saadhvik V. 63 n.o., Harinath 33 n.o., Nishanth 3/20).
PN Youngstars 260 in 29.5 overs (Affan 30, Bilal 64, Sudheer 32) bt Tirumala CC 99 in 18.2 overs (Narasimha 4/15).
Manikumar CC 260 in 44.2 overs (Ravi Chandra 42, Mahesh 31, Govind Reddy 37, Kotinath 48 n.o.) bt Adams XI 113 in 37.2 overs (Mahesh 3/13).
Young Masters 124 in 43 overs (Venkat 30, Ganesh 3/12, B. Hans Raj 3/27) lost to Lal Bahadur 125/4 in 24.3 overs (Pranav Naik 60 n.o., Ganesh 44).
Mayur CC 234/7 in 35 overs (Vignesh 71 n.o., Raghava 3/27) bt Victoria CC 126 in 27 overs (Shivamani 45, Bunny 32, Teja 4/23).
Starlets CC 101 in 24.5 overs (Siddhu 4/24, Tarun 3/22) lost to Hyderabad Patriots 104/5 in 17.4 overs (Ramchandra 36, Akshay 33).
Victoria CC 124 in 35 overs (Dinakar 3/22) vs Ekalavya CC 120/3 in 19.4 overs (Washed Out)

 

Courtesy:https://www.deccanchronicle.com/sports/cricket/111119/hyderabad-cricket-association-giri-yashwanth-sunny-ruthish-anand.html

 

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