CRICKET: Police XI wins R-Day Cup
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CRICKET: Police XI wins R-Day Cup

January 27, 2021

Police XI team, led by City Police Commissioner Dr. Chandragupta, which won the Republic Day Cup – 20-20 Cricket Match, jointly organised by District Administration and Police Department yesterday at Manasagangothri Cricket Stadium in city, seen with the winner’s trophy. 

Picture shows DC XI team, led by MCC Commissioner Gurudatta Hegde, which emerged runners-up. While Police XI scored 114 runs in 20 overs, DC XI failed to reach the target and scored only 102 runs in 20 overs for 6 wicket loss. 

Police XI Team: Dr. Chandragupta (City Police Commissioner), C.B. Ryshyanth (SP), Dr. A.N. Prakash Gowda (DCP Law & Order), Shivaraju (DCP-CAR), Shivakumar (Addl. SP), Sumith (Dy.SP), Sathish (Dy.SP), Chandrashekar (ACP), Venkatesh (Police Inspector), Murthy (PI), Anand (PI), Ravi Naik (PI), Somanna (PI), Anil (PSI), Gowtham (PSI), Suresh (PSI), Irshad (PSI) and Mahaveer (PSI).

DC XI Team: Gurudatta Hegde (Commissioner – MCC), Dr. B.S. Manjunatha Swamy (ADC), Padmashekar Pandey (Joint Director – State Institute of Rural Development, Mysuru), B.R. Girish (CEO – Karnataka Exhibition Authority), Dr. Nagaraju (Health Officer – MCC), B. Manjunath (Deputy Director, City Central Library), B.M. Prakash (Sr. Environmental Officer – Karnataka State Pollution Control Board), Krishnakumar (EO – Taluk Panchayat), Raghavendra (AO – T.N. Pur), Nagendra (AO – O/o JDA), Rajivnath (Environmental Engineer – MCC) and Niranjana Murthy (AS – BCM Dept.).

Srihari (second from left) of GSS Yoga Foundation seen presenting thr winner’s trophy to Police XI team, led by City Police Commissioner Dr. Chandraguptha, which won the Republic Day Cup – 20-20 Cricket Match, jointly organised by District Administration and Police Department yesterday at Manasagangothri Cricket Stadium in city.

Police XI team and DC XI team in action during Republic Day Cup – 20-20 Cricket Match, jointly organised by District Administration and Police Department yesterday at Manasagangothri Cricket Stadium in city.

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