Sri Gopalaswami Memorial Cricket: Surendra excels in Jawahar CC’s win
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Sri Gopalaswami Memorial Cricket: Surendra excels in Jawahar CC’s win

An inspiring all-round performance by Surendra Rathore (53 & four for 21) helped Jawahar’s CC to register a facile 156-run win over SWR Recreation Club, Mysuru, in the Sri M. Gopalaswami Memorial Cricket Tournament tie 2018 conducted by the KSCA Mysuru Zone at the MIT Grounds here yesterday.

SCORES

Jawahar’s CC: 274 in 47.1 overs (Chinmay 60, Surendra Rathore 53, Kuldeep 32, Sagar Ganpathi 3 for 52, Chethan 3 for 51, Shashikumar 3 for 21) bt SAWR Recreation Club, Mysuru: 118 in 31.3 overs (Dhanush 28, Surendra Rathore 4 for 21).

Rising Star CC: 87 in 31.4 overs (Uttam Gowda 5 for 19) lost to Jaihind CC: 91 for 2 in 12.1 overs (J. Kiran 40, L.R. Chethan 40 n.o).

Parashurama CC: 115 in 28.3 overs (M.V. Chandrashekar 30, C.R. Aiyappa 5 for 20, Sachin Maadaiah 3 for 39) lost to

Navodaya CC: 116 for 5 in 24.3 overs (M.G. Vinyas 54, C.R. Jayanth 3 for 52).

Nanjangud CC: 70 in 23.4 overs (Gagan 4 for 30, Sudeep 3 for 15) lost to Lucky Boys CC, Nanjangud: 72 for no loss in 6.5 overs (Gagan 35 n.o.).

Mysore Underwriters SC: 301 in 45.1 overs (C. Ravi 70, Manish A. Gowda 60, Sharath Cadambi 29, Ravi Nayak 3 for 63) bt Kuvempunagar CC: 245 for 6 in 50 overs (Pavan Bharadwaj 80, Murali 70 n.o., Nagendra 3 for 20).

MUCSC: 289 for 6 in 50 overs (L. Hemanth Kumar 97, N. Shreyas 42, K. Rohit 40, Harsha Viman 26, K. Arun 25) bt City Cricketers, Mandya: 98 in 33.4 overs (Tharun Kumar Swamy 3 for 16).

Sunny Side CC: 163 in 38.2 overs (Yogesh 36 n.o.) lost to Navajyothi CC: 166 for 6 in 33.2 overs (H.N. Naveen 65 n.o., Md. Mustafa 40, Jeevan 4 for 48).

Vijaya Cricketers: 248 for 6 in 50 overs (R.V. Adhithya 70, D. Srinivasan 42 n.o., A.M. Chethan 34, V. Raghunandan 28, M.N. Deepak 25) bt YMCC: 216 in 49.2 overs (G.R. Abhinandan 115, Manoj 33, Sudharshan Rao 3 for 35, V. Bharath Bhushan 3 for 42).

December 6, 2018

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