Dr. (Capt.) Thimmappiah Memorial: All India Cricket Tournament Punjab take control

Dr. (Capt.) Thimmappiah Memorial: All India Cricket Tournament Punjab take control

July 31, 2017

Punjab CA reduced Mumbai CA to 132 for four in 33 overs, after setting a target of 346-runs, to take firm grip of the proceedings at close of third day’s play in their four-day Group ‘B’ tie of Dr. (Capt.) K. Thimmappiah Memorial Tournament organised by KSCA at the SDNR Wadiyar Stadium, here yesterday.

The scores: Punjab 311 in 91.2 overs & 324 for 8 in 84 overs (Gitansh Khera 51, Gurkeeret Mann 45, Arpit Pannu 47, Manan Vohra 39, Vijay Gohil five for 102, Shashank 2 for 92) Vs Mumbai CA 158 in 59.1 overs & 132 for four in 33 overs (Jay Bista 54, Siddharth Avke 21 n.o., Gurukeeret Mann two for 53).

Gujarat CA  311 in 110.1 overs & 181 in 60.5 overs (Chirag Gandhi 40, Chitan Gaja 34, Sandeep S. Warrier four for 59, M.D. Nidheesh three for 43) Vs Kerala CA  284 in 82.2 overs (Md. Azharuddin 141, Rohan Kunnumel 32, Chintan Gaja four for 52, Aashav Panchal four for 55).

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